Study shows wolves aren’t helping aspen as much as thought - The Bozeman Daily Chronicle: News

Wolves have not helped the aspen trees in and around Yellowstone National Park as much as previously thought, a study to be published in the journal Ecology suggests. Full Story »

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by Ron Steffens - Sep. 3, 2010

Effective explanation of new scientific findings in terms of prior research and in context of policy. Not much detail on the actual scientific findings, nor an assessment of who the scientists are, how they did their work, why their findings might be different (except that elk eat aspen).

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