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Mountain pine beetles are a natural part of the environment in forests of the Western United States. However, because of changes to the environment, mountain pine beetles have caused more damage to forests by killing pine trees. Scientists in SPLAT! are using a new chemical treatment to control the beetles. How does this research compare to past research? Read the "Time Warp" section to learn about previous chemical control research conducted on western pine beetles by Forest Service scientists. View Issue
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