AMZ

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AcronymDefinition
AMZAlianza Magonista Zapatista (Spanish: Zapatista Alliance Magona)
AMZAftermath Zone (game site)
AMZAllgemeine Musikalische Zeitschrift (German: General Musical Magazine)
AMZAustralian Milking Zebu (cattle breed)
AMZAllmodelzone (modeling website)
AMZAthletic Munduan Zehar (Spanish athletic club)
AMZAltern Mit Zukunft (German: Aging with a Future; health care)
AMZAssociation Maurice Zundel (French: Maurice Zundel Association)
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Welcome to the "aftermath zone" of the beech-bark disease, an epidemic spread by a tiny yellow scale insect and a parasitic fungus.
The movement of the disease through a given locality has been arbitrarily divided into three stages: the advancing front, the killing front, and the aftermath zone. In the advancing front, the forest consists of many old, large beech trees with scale populations that are quickly multiplying.
It is in the aftermath zone that foresters and private woodlot owners face their greatest challenge.
Forest Service's Northeastern Forest Experiment Station has revealed that undamaged trees in the aftermath zone were actually resistant to invasions of the scale, even under conditions favorable for the insect.