Profile: Chloe Medosch

Sr Publications Assistant for PLOS ONE

Chloe joined PLOS in 2013. She graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in English and a minor in Spanish. Prior to PLOS, she worked for University of California Press helping the Acquisitions Department prepare new books in the social sciences. Although an English major, she has worked with an investment group, a law organization, and even designed her own collection of clothes. She also lived for a short time in Barcelona studying Spanish literature and the Catalan language.

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On the Limb: Dwindling Trees in Cities

Of all the environmental resources we take for granted, large, older trees might be near the top of the list. Not only do we rely on trees for oxygen and wood products, but about 180 different animal species rely on the hollow-bearing features of these trees for shelter, roosting, and nesting. Unfortunately, rapid urbanization poses an enormous threat to the existence of these trees.

Category: Nature

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