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Managing an Ancient Ecosystem for the Modern World: Coast Redwoods and Climate Change

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2014-10

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Marni Koopman(Author), Dominick DellaSala(Author), Phillip J van Mantgem(Author), Ben Blom(Author), Jason Teraoka(Author), Robert Shearer(Author), 2015-01-30(creation), 2015-06-09(lastUpdate), 2014-10(Publication), Managing an Ancient Ecosystem for the Modern World: Coast Redwoods and Climate Change

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Coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) and their many associated species create an iconic ecosystem, yet the impacts of stressors, including a variety of land use practices and climate change, threaten their continued persistence on the landscape. In September 2013, we held a workshop with researchers, managers, and other redwoods experts to explore the likely impacts of climate change and develop some initial strategies for adaptation. Workshop participants from diverse backgrounds identified four primary strategies to increasing the resilience of redwood ecosystems in the face of climate change. These included (1) restoring old-growth characteristics that protect stands from many stressors; (2) improving connectivity among intact [...]

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  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative

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