After the long-standing bark beetle calamity in western Canada came to an end a few years ago and we are still stuck with it in Central Europe, the next beetle catastrophe is apparently building up, this time in southern Alaska. In Kenai Peninsula, south of the capital, Anchorage the local community is drawing up an action plan to harvest spruce trees that have fallen victim to the bark beetle. By quickly harvesting the dead trees, the aim is to contain the calamity and save at least a remainder of the actual ...
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