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

Concurrent session 3A

Session 3A: Wildlife, Native Plants, Habitat
Chair: Greg Giusti and Tim Bean



A Case Study of the Impacts of Timber Operations on Swamp Harebell - Bradley Valentine, California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]



Two California Lineages of Oxalis oregana: Genetic Evidence for a Pleistocene Separation into Northern and Southern Glacial Refugia - Chris Brinegar, University of Maine, Farmington [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]



Western Sword Fern Avoids the Extreme Drought of 2012-2014 - Emily Burns, Save the Redwoods League [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]



Humboldt Marten Denning Ecology in a Managed Redwood-Dominated Forest Landscape - Desiree A. Early, Green Diamond Resource Company [abstract] [audio]  [presentation] [GTR-258]



Stream Amphibians as Metrics of Ecosystem Stress: A Case Study from California’s Redwoods Revisited - Hartwell H. Welsh, Jr., U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station [abstract] [presentation] [GTR-258]



Remote Camera Monitoring and a Mark–Recapture Study of the Wandering Salamander in a Redwood Canopy - Jim Campbell-Spickler, Eco-Ascension Research and Consulting [abstract] [GTR-258]


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