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Bark beetle killed these piñon and ponderosa pines in northern New Mexico during the drought years of 2002-03, but rising temperatures played a key role in pushing the trees to the brink. New research by a Los Alamos-led team concludes that rising temperatures will make New Mexico’s forests far more vulnerable in the future. (journal file)