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Evaluation of a mountain pine beetle infestation in second-growth ponderosa pine on the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana, 1979 Public Deposited
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The mountain pine beetle infestation in Corral, Little Corral, and Cache Creeks on the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana has been increasing for the past several years. Trees killed per acre averaged 38.8 in 1979. Our predictions for the future trend of the infestation, plus management alternatives to lessen its severity, are outlined in this report.
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