Beetles Are Supercool! Climate Change Monograph Series – Vol. 1 No. 2

Mountain pine beetles are important to the Western United States. They have a very special life cycle, that includes staying “supercool,” or dormant, for most of their life. The scientists in this study want to know how this important life cycle could be affected by our changing climate.

This monograph is part of the Climate Change Monograph Series. The article was originally published in the Olympic Winter Games edition of Natural Inquirer.


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