CA LCC Project

Managing Coast Redwoods for Resilience and Adaptation in Changing Climate

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Project Information

Phase 1 (2013): The Northern California Coastal Forest ecoregion is dominated by coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) covering 13,300 km2 from just north of the California-Oregon border to Santa Cruz County, California, extending ~60 km inland. This project will synthesize available science on redwood climate resilience strategies at a workshop and related field trip involving the National Park Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, private landowners, scientists and non-governmental organizations. The resultant comprehensive strategies will help managers prepare coast redwoods for climate change and land-use stressors.

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Dominick A. DellaSala - Chief Scientist - Geos Institute,
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Products of this project

Titlesort ascending Deliverable Type Release Date Commons Catalog Record or External Link
Workshop: How To Prepare The Redwood Rainforest For Climate Change? Training / Outreach / Workshop Sep 2013
Webinar to present workshop results Training / Outreach / Workshop : Webinar Jul 2014