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Emily Guerin | KPCC

Imagine a force so brutal and unrelenting that it can kill 100 million giants. Such was the California drought. Read more

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The drought has killed an estimated 100 million trees in California since 2010. But it’s been uneven – some areas have been decimated, while others are unscathed. A new study tries to answer the question: What makes some trees more likely to die? Read more

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