A cross species analysis of various stressors among three pine species in the San Jacinto Mountains suggest Pinus jeffreyi is the most susceptible to environmental changes

Mona Broukhim, Benjamin Early & Luis Orozco Sanchez
Pine species in the southern fringes of their range are experiencing changes related to climatic pressures which may in turn affect their susceptibility to bark beetle invasions. These environmental stressors can lead to changes in a pines ability to produce resin as a defensive measure. This study of Pinus jeffreyi, Pinus coulteri, and Pinus lambertiana aims to identify the species of most concern and the overall health of the pines in the San Jacinto Mountains....
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