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Tracking the ash borer

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New York scientists have been watching for signs of the emerald ash borer since it was discovered in Detroit in 2002. Millions of ash trees have been destroyed in failed attempts to stop the spread. DEC researchers fear it's only a matter of time before it's found here. In 2005, Gregory Warner went to Syracuse for one field trip.

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