Early snowmelt, unhappy plants

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Early snowmelt, unhappy plants

Alpine flowers show stress, FLC professors find in study near Molas Pass
In July 2011 the study site showed a mix of colors. The photo was taken at about 12,000 feet at a test site near West Turkshead Peak just north of Molas Pass. It was during peak flowering, which normally occurs in July.
In June 2012 the ground at the study site was dry and dusty. The photo was taken at about 12,000 feet at a test site near West Turkshead Peak just north of Molas Pass. It was taken during peak flowering, which normally occurs in July.

Early snowmelt, unhappy plants

In July 2011 the study site showed a mix of colors. The photo was taken at about 12,000 feet at a test site near West Turkshead Peak just north of Molas Pass. It was during peak flowering, which normally occurs in July.
In June 2012 the ground at the study site was dry and dusty. The photo was taken at about 12,000 feet at a test site near West Turkshead Peak just north of Molas Pass. It was taken during peak flowering, which normally occurs in July.
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