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Search results for: Mountain-pine-beetle

USA/
RTR2CU54
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado...
Empire, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU52
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand...
Grand Lake, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand...
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand Lake, Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU50
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand...
Grand Lake, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand...
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand Lake, Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4V
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees stand with some still living trees near the Continental Divide in central Colorado...
Empire, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees stand with some still living trees near the Continental Divide in central Colorado...
Beetle-killed pine trees stand with some still living trees near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. All the trees in this forest will eventually die with Colorado already having 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4S
April 15, 2010
A dead adult mountain pine beetle is displayed on a piece of tree bark March 23, 2010. Colorado has...
Golden, UNITED STATES
A dead adult mountain pine beetle is displayed on a piece of tree bark
A dead adult mountain pine beetle is displayed on a piece of tree bark March 23, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4Q
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado...
Empire, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4O
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado...
Empire, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4J
April 15, 2010
A casket made from beetle-killed pine trees is laid to rest in the Manitou Springs, Colorado cemetary...
MANITOU SPRINGS, UNITED STATES
A casket made from beetle-killed pine trees is laid to rest in the Manitou Springs
A casket made from beetle-killed pine trees is laid to rest in the Manitou Springs, Colorado cemetary after a funeral April 2, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4I
April 15, 2010
A casket made from beetle-killed pine trees is laid to rest in the Manitou Springs, Colorado cemetery...
MANITOU SPRINGS, UNITED STATES
A casket made from beetle-killed pine trees is laid to rest in the Manitou Springs
A casket made from beetle-killed pine trees is laid to rest in the Manitou Springs, Colorado cemetery after a funeral April 2, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU4G
April 15, 2010
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket moves a pet casket made from beetle-killed pine next to one for...
LONGMONT, UNITED STATES
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket moves a pet casket made from beetle-killed pine next to one for...
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket moves a pet casket made from beetle-killed pine next to one for people (L) at his shop in Longmont, Colorado April 5, 2010. The beetle introduces a fungus to the tree that causes the blue stain. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood including casket making. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU3R
April 15, 2010
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket holds a piece of beetle-killed pine that he uses to build his products...
LONGMONT, UNITED STATES
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket holds a piece of beetle-killed pine that he uses to build his products...
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket holds a piece of beetle-killed pine that he uses to build his products at his shop in Longmont, Colorado April 5, 2010. The beetle introduces a fungus to the tree that causes the blue stain. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood including casket making. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU3K
April 15, 2010
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket stands in one of his products made from beetle-killed pine at his...
LONGMONT, UNITED STATES
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket stands in one of his products made from beetle-killed pine at his...
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket stands in one of his products made from beetle-killed pine at his shop in Longmont, Colorado April 5, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood including casket making. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU3C
April 15, 2010
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket fits the lid onto one of his caskets made from beetle-killed pine...
LONGMONT, UNITED STATES
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket fits the lid onto one of his caskets at his shop in Longmont
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket fits the lid onto one of his caskets made from beetle-killed pine at his shop in Longmont, Colorado April 5, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood including casket making. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU37
April 15, 2010
A truck load of fence posts made from beetle-killed pine trees moves onto the highway near the Winter...
Winter Park, UNITED STATES
A truck load of fence posts made from beetle-killed pine trees moves onto the highway near the Winter...
A truck load of fence posts made from beetle-killed pine trees moves onto the highway near the Winter Park ski area (background) in Winter Park, Colorado April 6, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by a tiny bug called the mountain pine beetle. When the beetle crawls under the bark to feed on the tree it brings with it a fungus that kills the tree. A byproduct of the fungus is a distinctive blue stain that streaks the wood. Different businesses are trying to come up with ways to use the all the dead trees - the stained wood is prized for its unique color for paneling and flooring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU34
April 15, 2010
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket lays a cross onto one of his caskets made from beetle-killed pine...
LONGMONT, UNITED STATES
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket lays a cross onto one of his caskets at his shop in Longmont
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket lays a cross onto one of his caskets made from beetle-killed pine at his shop in Longmont, Colorado April 5, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by a tiny bug called the mountain pine beetle. When the beetle crawls under the bark to feed on the tree it brings with it a fungus that kills the tree. A byproduct of the fungus is a distinctive blue stain that streaks the wood. Different businesses are trying to come up with ways to use the all the dead trees - the stained wood is prized for its unique color for paneling and flooring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU33
April 15, 2010
A stack of beetle-killed pine trees at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling, Colorado...
KREMMLING, UNITED STATES
A stack of beetle-killed pine trees at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling
A stack of beetle-killed pine trees at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling, Colorado April 6, 2010. The plant, the biggest pellet plant in the U.S. west of the Mississippi makes pellets for home heating from the trees. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU2X
April 15, 2010
Wood pellets made from beetle-killed pine trees at shown at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in...
KREMMLING, UNITED STATES
Wood pellets made from beetle-killed pine trees at shown at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in...
Wood pellets made from beetle-killed pine trees at shown at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling, Colorado April 6, 2010. The plant, the biggest pellet plant in the U.S. west of the Mississippi makes pellets for home heating from the trees. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU2W
April 15, 2010
A dead adult mountain pine beetle is displayed on a piece of tree bark April 4, 2010. Colorado has 3...
Golden, UNITED STATES
A dead adult mountain pine beetle is displayed on a piece of tree bark
A dead adult mountain pine beetle is displayed on a piece of tree bark April 4, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by the tiny bug. When the beetle crawls under the bark to feed on the tree it brings with it a fungus that kills the tree. A byproduct of the fungus is a distinctive blue stain that streaks the wood. Different businesses are trying to come up with ways to use the all the dead trees - the stained wood is prized for its unique color for paneling and flooring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU2V
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado...
Empire, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado
Beetle-killed pine trees stand near the Continental Divide in central Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by a tiny bug called the mountain pine beetle. When the beetle crawls under the bark to feed on the tree it brings with it a fungus that kills the tree. A byproduct of the fungus is a distinctive blue stain that streaks the wood. Different businesses are trying to come up with ways to use the all the dead trees - the stained wood is prized for its unique color for paneling and flooring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU2U
April 15, 2010
A stack of beetle-killed pine trees at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling, Colorado...
KREMMLING, UNITED STATES
A stack of beetle-killed pine trees at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling
A stack of beetle-killed pine trees at the Confluence Energy wood pellet plant in Kremmling, Colorado April 6, 2010. The plant, the biggest pellet plant in the U.S. west of the Mississippi makes pellets for home heating from the trees. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU2S
April 15, 2010
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand...
Grand Lake, UNITED STATES
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand...
Beetle-killed pine trees that have been clear cut are piled up on national forest land outside Grand Lake, Colorado April 8, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by a tiny bug called the mountain pine beetle. When the beetle crawls under the bark to feed on the tree it brings with it a fungus that kills the tree. A byproduct of the fungus is a distinctive blue stain that streaks the wood. Different businesses are trying to come up with ways to use the all the dead trees - the stained wood is prized for its unique color for paneling and flooring. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR2CU2J
April 15, 2010
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket, lies in one of his products made from beetle-killed pine at his...
LONGMONT, UNITED STATES
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket lays in one of his products at his shop in Longmont
Luc Nadeau, owner of Nature's Casket, lies in one of his products made from beetle-killed pine at his shop in Longmont, Colorado April 5, 2010. Colorado has 3 million acres of forest killed by mountain pine beetles and many uses are being found for the wood including casket making. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA-FORESTS/BEETLE
RTR26DWY
August 04, 2009
An unusual pattern is left by forest fire as seen in this photograph of a mountain in Yoho National Park...
Yoho National Park, Canada
To match feature USA-FORESTS/BEETLE
An unusual pattern is left by forest fire as seen in this photograph of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British Columbia west of the Alberta border in this August 8, 2005 file picture. The fire was a controlled burn of forest areas infested with the mountain pine beetle. The pine beetle epidemic has killed millions of trees and affected some seven million hectares of forest in the province. Forestry officials have used controlled burns to kill the beetle and prevent the insect from spreading further. To match feature USA-FORESTS/BEETLE REUTERS/Andy Clark/Files (CANADA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
HEALTHCARE-CLIMATE/
RTXOT8P
May 28, 2009
A pattern is left by forest fire as seen in this photograph of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British...
Yoho National Park, Canada
To match feature HEALTHCARE-CLIMATE/
A pattern is left by forest fire as seen in this photograph of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British Columbia west of the Alberta border in this August 8, 2005 file photo. The fire was a controlled burn of forest areas infested with the mountain pine beetle. The pine beetle epidemic has killed millions of trees and affected some seven million hectares of forest in the province. Tree-munching beetles, malaria-carrying mosquitoes and deer ticks that spread Lyme disease are three living signs that climate change is likely to exact a heavy toll on human health. To match feature HEALTHCARE-CLIMATE/
REUTERS/Andy Clark/Files (CANADA ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA
RTXNO2U
August 08, 2005
An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British...
Yoho National Park, Canada
An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in Br.....
An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British Columbia west of the Alberta border August 8, 2005. The fire was a controlled burn of forest areas infested with the mountain pine beetle. The pine beetle epidemic has killed millions of trees and affected some seven million hectares of forest in the province. Forestry officials have used controlled burns to kill the beetle and prevent the insect from spreading further.
CANADA
RTXNO2T
August 08, 2005
An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British...
Yoho National Park, Canada
An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in Br.....
An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British Columbia west of the Alberta border August 8, 2005. The fire was a controlled burn of forest areas infested with the mountain pine beetle. The pine beetle epidemic has killed millions of trees and affected some seven million hectares of forest in the province. Forestry officials have used controlled burns to kill the beetle and prevent the insect from spreading further.
FEATURE
RTRJY1X
August 08, 2005
A pattern in a mountainside forest left by a controlled forest fire in Yoho National Park in British...
Yoho National Park, Canada
A pattern in a mountainside forest left by a controlled forest fire in Yoho National Park in British...
A pattern in a mountainside forest left by a controlled forest fire in Yoho National Park in British Columbia. An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British Columbia west of the Alberta border August 8, 2005. The fire was a controlled burn of forest areas infested with the mountain pine beetle. The pine beetle epidemic has killed millions of trees and affected some seven million hectares of forest in the province. Forestry officials have used controlled burns to kill the beetle and prevent the insect from spreading further. REUTERS/Andy Clark
FEATURE
RTRJY1Q
August 08, 2005
A pattern in a mountainside forest left by a controlled forest fire in Yoho National Park in British...
Yoho National Park, Canada
A pattern in a mountainside forest left by a controlled forest fire in Yoho National Park in British...
A pattern in a mountainside forest left by a controlled forest fire in Yoho National Park in British Columbia. An unusual pattern left by forest fire is seen on the side of a mountain in Yoho National Park in British Columbia west of the Alberta border August 8, 2005. The fire was a controlled burn of forest areas infested with the mountain pine beetle. The pine beetle epidemic has killed millions of trees and affected some seven million hectares of forest in the province. Forestry officials have used controlled burns to kill the beetle and prevent the insect from spreading further. REUTERS/Andy Clark
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