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Trees in Trouble characters Ì 9 ☆ A troubling story of the devastating ripple effects of climate change told through forest ecologists professional forest managers park service scientists fire bosses and activistsClimate change manifests in many ways across America but few as dramatic as the attacks on our western pine forests In Trees in Trouble DLth and saving this important limited resourceMathews transports the reader from the exuisitely aromatic haze of ponderosa and Jeffrey pine groves to the fantastic gnarls and whorls of five thousand year old bristlecone pines from genetic test nurseries where white pine seedlings are deliberately infected with their mortal enemy to the desertlike expanses at the heart of the hottest megafire sites and neighborhoods leveled by fire tornadoes or ember blizzardsHighly personal and scrupulously. An in depth exploration of the big pine forests of the West so much interesting information in here and great writing Saw other reviews that mentioned that some of the book was too dry for them but I don't really find that to be the case Very interesting information while it is dense Mathews does a great job of laying it all out there and presenting many different possible futures for our big pine forests

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Researched Trees in Trouble explores not only the devastating ripple effects of climate change but introduces us to the people devoting their lives to saving our forests Mathews also offers hope a new approach to managing western pine forests is underway But in order for our forests to adapt this approach needs a wider understanding and bipartisan political support Trees in Trouble explores how we might succeed in sustaining our forests through the challenging transition to a new environme. Somewhat academic book about increasing fires and deaths of trees by many reasons birth acerbated by climate change

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Trees in TroubleA troubling story of the devastating ripple effects of climate change told through forest ecologists professional forest managers park service scientists fire bosses and activistsClimate change manifests in many ways across America but few as dramatic as the attacks on our western pine forests In Trees in Trouble Daniel Mathews tells the urgent story of this loss accompanying burn crews and forest ecologists as they study the myriad risk factors and refine techniues for improving forest hea. Daniel Mathews writes in great depth about devastating challenges facing our forests He treats this complex subject with a compelling narrative He does describes all the damage we've done he is not all gloom and doom And the book is populated with so many rich people stories about those on the ground facing these challenges every day For a long time I will remember what he wrote in the final paragraph For us to continue enjoying forests in the ways we count one we'll have to change Thank you Daniel Mathews for writing this book