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    Volume 102, Issue 8
    August 2021

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COVER PHOTO: Climate change is expected to alter the distribution and abundance of dry woodlands species including two-needle piñon (Pinus edulis), seen here sitting atop the south rim of the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona, USA. In this issue, Shriver et al. (Article e03425; doi: 10.1002/ecy.3425) develop an approach to quantify the survival, recruitment, and growth of dry woodland species across their range using forest inventory data. They find that two-needle piñon survival is most sensitive to temperature and recruitment is most sensitive to soil moisture availability, leaving populations in places like northern Arizona particularly vulnerable. Photo credit: Robert Shriver.

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