Peeling Away Problems
The Antioxidating, Antimicrobial, and Antimutagenic Effects of Tree Bark
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The picture in the index is from PhysicalGeography.net <http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/images/boreal_forest.jpg>.
The background image was from a picture I took myself.