A whitebark pine growing on the rock overlooking Big Pine Creek in the Eastern Sierra Nevada.
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Joan Dudney
Whitebark pines growing in cold, high elevation regions grew more during droughts, which lengthened their growing season.

How a drought affects trees depends on what’s been holding them back

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