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

Poster Abstracts

Posters were displayed at the September 13th evening reception

Field Verification and Remote Sensing Interpretation: A Comprehensive Approach to Landslide Inventories and Sediment Delivery Analysis [Poster] - Anne Fehrenbach, Green Diamond Resource Company

A Third Experiment at the Caspar Creek Experimental Watersheds - Salli F. Dymond, USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station

Albino Leaves in Sequoia sempervirens Show Altered Anatomy and Accumulation of Heavy Metals [Poster] - Zane J. Moore, Colorado State University

Channel Wood Dynamics in Second-growth Redwood Forests in the Caspar Creek Experimental Watersheds [Poster] - Sue Hilton, US Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station, Arcata (retired)

Case Study: Coast Fawn Lily Response to Herbicide Treatment of Tan Oak and California Bay in Northern California Coastal Mixed Conifer and Oak Woodland - James Regan, Humboldt Redwood Company, LLC.

Continuous Monitoring: Stream Temperatures and Northern Spotted Owl Data Sets at Jackson Demonstration State Forest - Brian Bishop, Jackson Demonstration State Forest, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

Patterns of Stream Amphibian Occurrence across the River Continuum in Northern California Redwoods - Gwendolynn W. Bury, Oregon State University

Dealing with Drought: Do Thinning Treatments Change Tree Response to Drought in Redwood National Park? [Poster] - Laura Lalemand, Humboldt State University

Effectiveness of a Maximum 25 Percent Streamflow Diversion Rate in Maintaining Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Communities in Small Headwater Streams in the Northern California Redwood Region [Poster] - Nicholas Simpson, California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Export of Invertebrate Drift From Fishless Headwater Streams in the Lower Klamath River Basin - Jonathan Hollis, Humboldt State University

Fisher (Pekania pennanti) Inventory within the Headwaters Forest Reserve, BLM - David C. Anthon, Bureau of Land Management

Fuel Loading and Moisture Dynamics in Thinned Coast Redwood – Douglas-Fir Forests in Headwaters Forest Reserve, California -Radoslaw Glebocki, Humboldt State University

Identifying Distinctive Understory Species of Old-Growth Forests in Mendocino County Using Indicator Species Analysis - Kristin K. Michels, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Lawrence Creek Off-Channel Restoration Project - Matt Goldsworthy, National Marine Fisheries Service

Seeing the Forest for the Redwood Trees: Understanding the Social Impacts of the Headwaters Forest Reserve on the Community of Fortuna, California [Poster] - Alicia Jones, Humboldt State University & Oregon State University Extension

Learning Opportunities from Jackson Demonstration State Forest’s Research and Demonstration Program - Gwyndolyn Ozard, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Jackson Demonstration State Forest

Managing by Growing Space Allocation - Kirk O’Dwyer, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Jackson Demonstration State Forest

Radiocarbon-dating Floodplain Deposits in Bull Creek, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, NW California [Poster] - Patrick R. Vaughan, California State Parks

Comparison of Wood Properties in Sequoia sempervirens Grown in New Zealand to Trees Grown in California [Poster]- John Shelley, Wood Resources Group, UC Berkeley

Relative Effects of Fog, Competition and Tree Size on Coast Redwood Growth in Strawberry Canyon, Berkeley, California [Poster- Clayton Sodergren, UC Berkeley

Species Distribution Modeling of Monotropa uniflora using MaxEnt on Green Diamond Resource Company Property [Poster] - David Lamphear, Green Diamond Resource Company

The Headwaters Salamander Project: Citizen Science in Action [Poster] - John O. Herrera II, Watershed Stewards Program, Bureau of Land Management, Arcata Field Office

The Rare Humboldt Milk-vetch and Invasive Weeds; Managing Habitat and Harvests - Lynn Webb, Jackson Demonstration State Forest, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

Tree Improvement Program for Redwoods: Green Diamond Resource Company - Doranna Benker Gilkey, Green Diamond Resource Company

Old Growth Tree Mortality, Crown and Fuel Changes Following the 2003 Canoe Fire - Stephen Underwood, California State Parks [Poster]

Biomass and Carbon Storage Estimates: Finding Nondestructive Parameters for Root-to-Shoot Ratios in Young Douglas-fir, Grand fir and Redwood in Northwest California - Walter Kast, Humboldt State University

Fourteen Years of Sudden Oak Death Management, Monitoring, and Education in the North Coast of California - Yana Valachovic, University of California Cooperative Extension

Behold the Elusive Rare Plant: A CDFW Guide to Quality, Effective, and Efficient Botanical Surveys [Poster] - Cheri Sanville, California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Commercial Redwood Forests of New Zealand - Denis Kelleher, Southern Hemisphere Investment Partners (SHIP)


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