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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reforest.

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Examples

  • It has never bothered to ratify the treaty, nor are there any indications it will soon, despite the urging of Harrison Ford, the actor and board member of Conservation International who famously waxed his chest for conservation he mentioned here that his chest has now been "reforested".

    NYT > Home Page

  • There is a great risk of existing pristine habitat being grubbed up and 'reforested' with something more commercial under the umbrella of environmentalism (See the Indonesian Palm oil plantations) or local tribal people being turfed off to create

    Army Rumour Service

  • There are three-quarters to a million acres of abandoned mining land between Pennsylvania and Alabama that could be reforested with chestnuts and other hardwoods, Angel said.

    The mighty American chestnut tree, poised for a comeback

  • There are three-quarters to a million acres of abandoned mining land between Pennsylvania and Alabama that could be reforested with chestnuts and other hardwoods, Angel said.

    The mighty American chestnut tree, poised for a comeback

  • Southeast habitat for turtles, birds, to be reforested

    Mike Smith: National Fish and Wildlife Earns Grant to Restore Long Leaf Pines

  • There are three-quarters to a million acres of abandoned mining land between Pennsylvania and Alabama that could be reforested with chestnuts and other hardwoods, Angel said.

    American chestnut tree may reach former heights

  • The model comparisons showed an increase in near surface air temperature and dew point temperature in urban and deforested areas and cooler in reforested areas, just as previous research stated.

    Journal Club MTG9: Land Use and Land Cover Change

  • Worst hit were the young and semimature trees which cover about 70 percent of reforested areas.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Worst hit were the young and semimature trees which cover about 70 percent of reforested areas.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • The model comparisons showed an increase in near surface air temperature and dew point temperature in urban and deforested areas and cooler in reforested areas, just as previous research stated.

    Archive 2008-12-01

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