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Erika C. Mack

Resource Information Spec.
3041 East Cornwallis Road
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2254
Phone: 919-549-4065
erika.mack@usda.gov

Education

M.S. in Geology, GIS, Remote Sensing, 2003
University of Mississippi
B.S. in Geology, 2000
North Carolina State University

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Research Highlights

The role of forests in providing drinking water to Puerto Rico (2017)
SRS-2017-149 Puerto Rico is densely populated, with 3.7 million people living primarily on the mainland island. Forests, which make up about 54.7 percent of the island’s land cover are important for its water supplies. Forest Service researchers determined the amount of water originating on forested land and the total population served by this water.

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