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Pine beetles infest Crater Lake rim

By Paul Fattig
Medford Mail Tribune

Warming is probably the cause of the insects’ proliferation

Global warming is the prime suspect in a mountain pine beetle infestation that is killing the whitebark pine trees on the rim of Crater Lake.  Read more…

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