Edited By: Diana F Tomback, Stephen F Arno and Robert E Keane
440 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Explains how a combination of altered fire regimes and fungal infestation is leading to a rapid decline of this once abundant and ecologically vital species. Leading experts in the field explain what is known about whitebark pine communities and their ecological value, examine its precarious situation, and present the state of knowledge concerning restoration alternatives.
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