Dead Trees and Dirty Water in the Rockies -- Sustainability: Water
Dead Trees and Dirty Water in the Rockies
The Rocky Mountains supply water to more than 60 million homes in the West, but this crucial water shed is in peril due to a tiny insect called the mountain pine beetle. Scientists Reed Maxwell of Colorado School of Mines and John Stednick of Colorado State University have teamed up to study the impact of the mountain pine beetle on water quantity and quality in the area.
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