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Tomback continues as go-to on whitebark pine

On September 20, in the town of Jasper (in Jasper National Park, Alberta) Diana F. Tomback, Professor of Integrative Biology, presented an evening talk to the public on the importance of whitebark pine, a widely-distributed high elevation tree in the Rocky Mountains; the role of its seed disperser Clark’s Nutcracker, a bird related to crows and ravens; factors causing the decline of whitebark pine; and restoration approaches.  The talk was sponsored by Parks Canada. 


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