whitebark pine

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n whitebark pine small pine of western North America; having smooth grey-white bark and soft brittle wood; similar to limber pine
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Usage

In literature:

Whitebark pine is the tree of timber line; the occasional specimens found at a lower elevation are usually dwarfed.
"Grand Teton [Wyoming] National Park" by United States Dept. of the Interior
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In news:

How I'm Helping to Save the Whitebark Pine, One Seed at a Time.
How I'm Helping to Save the Whitebark Pine , One Seed at a Time.
Mount Rainier whitebark pine trees part of research.
Whitebark pine Trees (Courtesy of US Forest Service).
In response to a petition from environmentalists, the U-S Fish and Wildlife Service says the future of the Whitebark Pine tree is threatened by climate change.
Beetles, Disease Hurt Whitebark Pine 's Chances of Survival.
For the whitebark pine tree, red is the sign of death.
The environmentalists' whitebark pine air force.
The environmentalists' whitebark pine air force .
American Forests is partnering with the Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee's Whitebark Pine Subcommittee to implement a comprehensive restoration plan in the Greater Yellowstone Area.
Diana Tomback and her doctorate students with a 500-year-old whitebark pine in Custer National Forest, Wyo.
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