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COVER In Germany, a changing climate has led to bark beetle outbreaks that have ravaged Norway spruce forests, such as this one in the Bavarian Forest National Park. The damage has helped fuel a fierce debate over the future of forest management. See page 1184.

Photo: Ingo Arndt/Minden Pictures

Science

  • Volume 374|
  • Issue 6572|
  • 3 Dec 2021

COVER In Germany, a changing climate has led to bark beetle outbreaks that have ravaged Norway spruce forests, such as this one in the Bavarian Forest National Park. The damage has helped fuel a fierce debate over the future of forest management. See page 1184.

Photo: Ingo Arndt/Minden Pictures

Editorial

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    Others say small COVID-19 studies accumulate into a clear picture over time
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    As dissent is stifled, a wave of departures at all levels is “mainlandizing” the higher education system
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    Case studies spotlight personalized approaches to tweaking brain circuits

    Feature

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      • Gabriel Popkin
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    Germany invented “scientific” forestry. But a huge dieback triggered by climate change has ignited a fierce debate over how the nation should manage its trees

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