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Pacific Southwest Research Station
800 Buchanan Street
Albany, CA 94710-0011
Tahoe Science Projects supported by SNPLMA
Natural and anthropogenic threats to white pines from lower montane forests to subalpine woodlands of the Lake Tahoe Basin: an ecological and genetic assessment for conservation, monitoring, and management
Please contact Dr. Tricia Maloney with questions regarding the reports.
This study established a network of ecological monitoring plots in lower montane mixed-conifer forests (focal species: sugar pine), upper montane forests (focal species: western white pine), and subalpine woodlands (focal species: whitebark pine) in the Lake Tahoe Basin. The monitoring plots were used to assess ecological and population dynamics of each focal species to inform conservation and restoration strategies for white pines in the Tahoe Basin.
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