Study: Northwest to lose lodgepole pines by 2080

Scientists predict that lodgepole pine — one of the most common trees at higher elevations in the Cascades and Rockies — will be largely gone from the Northwest by 2080 because of the warming climate.

Published: Monday, February 28, 2011
By Jeff Barnard
The Associated Press

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Scientists predict that lodgepole pine — one of the most common trees at higher elevations in the Cascades and Rockies — will be largely gone from the Northwest by 2080 because of the warming climate.  Read more…

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