Indonesia’s old growth rainforests in Sumatra, Kalimantan and Papua are some of the most biologically diverse terrestrial ecosystems on the planet. Over the past two decades, satellites have documented a different kind of tree encroaching on the borders of these old forests. Seen from space when the sky is clear, the characteristic deep emerald green color of natural forests is broken up at the edges by a lighter shade from which narrow, rectangular grids crisscross outward across the terrain.
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