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Cover: This male butterfly (Speyeria nokomis, a species restricted to mesic patches of habitat in the arid western United States), takes nectar from a thistle in Mill Canyon, Mono County, California. Both policymakers and scientists ranked research on the quality and quantity of water necessary for sustaining the resilience of ecosystems—on which this and other species depend—as having extremely high relevance to resource-management policy in the United States. Photograph: Erica Fleishman.
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