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

Concurrent session 4A

Session 4A: Wildlife, Native Plants, Habitat (cont.)
Chair: Greg Giusti and Tim Bean



The Humboldt Marten Conservation Strategy: An Introduction and New Research Supporting Conservation - Keith M. Slauson, U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station [abstract]   



Investigating the Distributional Limits of the Coastal Tailed Frog (Ascaphus truei) Near it Southern Range Terminus - Robert B. Douglas, Mendocino Redwood Company [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]



Thinning Intensity and Ease-of-Access Increase Probability of Bear Damage in a Young Coast Redwood Forest - David Perry, Humboldt State University [abstract] [audio



Black Bear Damage to Northwestern Conifers in California: A Review - Kenneth O. Fulgham, Humboldt State University [abstract] [audio] [presentation] [GTR-258]



Beaver's Role in the Creation and Maintenance of Aquatic and Riparian Habitat in California’s Coastal Redwood Ecosystems - Elijah Portugal, Redwood Community Action Agency [abstract] [audio] [presentation]



The Political Ecology of Forest Health in the Redwood Region - Chris Lee, California Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection [abstract] [audio] [GTR-258]


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