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Big trees are vanishing around the world and often are not being replaced. The loss of these trees can be devastating to other species.
It's not news to Northwesterners that most of the giant firs and cedars that once dominated the region's forests are long gone, felled by decades of logging.
But a review of ecosystems around the world finds that big trees are vanishing almost everywhere — and aren't being replaced.
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