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Yellow-cedar decline and recovery: Climate modeling and data assimilation

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2017-05-17
Start Date
2017-05-17
End Date
2018-01-01

Citation

US Fish and Wildlife Service(Collaborator), University of Alaska SE(Principal Investigator), US Fish and Wildlife Service(Fiscal Agent), Yellow-cedar decline and recovery: Climate modeling and data assimilation, http://mmheller.github.io/GNLCC_PTS4_NPLCC/prj_report.html?PRJ_ID=76

Summary

Background: Yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis) is an economically and culturally important tree of the North Pacific coastal rainforest, ranging from northern California through Southeast Alaska. The species has been in decline for many decades, particularly in the northern portion of its range (Southeast Alaska and coastal British Columbia), and is currently under consideration for listing as Threatened or Endangered. Previous work has delineated locations of yellow-cedar stands across the species range, and modeled geophysical features associated with presence of the tree.Purpose: The purpose of this project is to support refinement of a range-wide analysis of bioclimatic factors that support healthy vs. dying yellow-cedar [...]

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Population & Habitat Evaluation/Projection Vulnerability Assessment Decision Support Federal resource managers Academics & scientific researchers Tribes

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recipientUniversity of Alaska SE
sourceUS Fish and Wildlife Service
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