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previewOn October 12, 1892 near Big Moose Lake, the last spike was driven completing the Mohawk and Malone Railway, ending about 20 years of rapid railway expansion in the Adirondacks. Over the next four decades the railways would dramatically change the Adirondacks, opening up what was then a remote regio...

preview  Stream water chemistry in the Adirondack High Peaks is largely unknown but of concern because of chronic acidification, the limited capacity of bedrock to buffer acidity, and potential biological impacts/changes. Seventeen streams in the High Peaks were sampled over a two day period by volunteer...

preview One of the most enduring debates in the Adirondacks concerns how much protected land we need in the Park, and the balance of human needs versus environmental protection. Using some newly-available resources, we provide information to contribute to the discussion. The recently completed Northeast T...