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As climate warms, an exploding larch beetle population is transforming Minnesota’s forests

By August 14, 2017RSS News

Eastern larch beetles, tiny burrowing bugs native to Minnesota, are exploding in number across the state’s northern forest and have killed or damaged about a third of the state’s tamarack trees — one of the first clear signs of a rapidly changing climate. […]Read More

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