Coast Redwood Science Symposium - 2016
University of California
Coast Redwood Science Symposium - 2016

Full Agenda

Tuesday

September 13 - Sequoia Conference Center, 901 Myrtle Avenue, Eureka, CA 95501

7:30 AM

Registration and Refreshments - Sequoia Conference Center Foyer

 

Sequoia Conf. Ctr. Rm., A & B

8:30

 

Welcome - Rick Standiford, UC ANR Cooperative Extension Specialist, Dept. of ESPM and Center for Forestry, UC Berkeley [audio]

Changes in the Redwood Region from 1996-2016 - Yana Valachovic, Forest Advisor and County Director, UC Cooperative Extension, Humboldt-Del Norte Counties [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]

9:00

Conservation Strategies - Where We Were and Where We're Going - Tom Tuchmann, US Forest Capital [abstract] [audio] [GTR-258]

9:30

Contemporary Understanding of Sequoia sempervirens Stems From 100 Years of Redwood Research - Emily Burns, Save the Redwoods League [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]

10:00

BREAK

10:30

Economics - David Sunding, UC Berkeley, Dept. of Agriculture and Resource Economics [audio] [presentation]

11:00

Redwoods: Sawed and Saved - Jerry Rohde, Historian [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]

11:30

LUNCH - Sequoia Conference Center, Foyer

1:00

Concurrent Session 1
Monitoring/Growth - Sequoia Center Annex
Fire Ecology/Effects - Sequoia Center Room A
Watershed/Aquatic Ecology - Sequoia Center Room B

2:40

BREAK

3:10

Concurrent Session 2
Genetics/Restoration - Sequoia Center Annex
Silviculture - Sequoia Center Room A
Watershed/Aquatic Ecology (cont.) - Sequoia Center Room B

5:30

Poster session and reception - The Adorni Center, 1011 Waterfront Dr, Eureka, CA 95501

 

 

Wednesday

September 14Field Tours

All tours departed by 8 A.M. and returned by 5 P.M. from Redwood Acres Fairgrounds, 3750 Harris St, Eureka, CA 95503

 

 

Thursday

September 15 – Sequoia Conference Center, 901 Myrtle Avenue, Eureka, CA 95501

8:00

Concurrent Session 3
Wildlife, Native Plants, Habitat - Sequoia Center Annex
Policy, Economics, Community Forestry - Sequoia Center Room A
Watersheds/Aquatic Ecology (cont.) - Sequoia Center Room B
Ecology - Sequoia Center Room B

10:00

BREAK

10:30

Concurrent Session 4
Wildlife, Native Plants, Habitat (cont.) - Sequoia Center Annex
Policy, Economics, Community Forestry (cont.) - Sequoia Center Room A
Ecology (cont.) - Sequoia Center Room B

12:30

LUNCH - Sequoia Conference Center, Foyer

 

Sequoia Conf. Ctr. Rm., A & B

1:30
 

Redwoods – Responsibilities for a Long-Lived Species/Resource - Robert Ewing, Weyerhaeuser, retired [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]

2:00

The Enigmatic Fire Regime of Redwood Ecosystems and Why it Matters - J. Morgan Varner, USDA Forest Service, and Erik Jules, Humboldt State University [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]

2:30

Working Forests, Forest Health and Management Challenges in the Redwood Region - Ken Pimlott, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]

3:00

 

Adjourn 

 

3:00-4:30

THP-Related Interagency Review Team Meeting

 

A timber related interagency review team meeting regarding the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board's definition of "Beneficial Uses."

 

 

Friday

September 16

8:00-1:00 PM

UC ANR Forest and Rangeland Systems Program Team Meeting

 

 

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