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Tree's disappearance has significant effects on ecosystem


Alana Clason is a Phd student at UNBC who's just been awarded a fellowship for her research into the Whitebark Pine. While that's good news for her, what she's finding is bad news for the northern ecosystem.

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You can learn more about Clason's reaserch on UNBC's website.

(photo of Alana Clason courtesy UNBC)

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