Droughts and wildfires threaten forests in Sierra Nevada
Ediz Tiyansan

The once-sprawling green forest ranges in California’s famous Sierra Nevada mountain range are dying out at a much larger scale than previously thought. 

A recent study found nearly a third of southern Sierra Nevada conifer forests have disappeared in the last decade. And the trend is posing an existential threat to a number of wildlife species. 

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