Ancient Redwood Canopy Ecology

All photos titled "Sillett" are from here:

http://www.humboldt.edu/~sillett/redwoods.html

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Photos titled Brett Lovelace are from:

Brett Lovelace who can be reached at: 541-796-2124

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Marbled Murrelet photos are from:

Wildlife Biologist / Murrelet expert: Kim Nelson

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All photos starting with the title Deane are by me!

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Comments (3)

M. D. Vaden of OregonMay 20th, 2009 at 6:47 pm

These are all interesting photos.

I like the ones with the fog over the trees. The fog almost sets a mood. Hard to explain.

When we were in Applegate Valley 2 hours east of Jed Smith redwoods, I’d sit in my home office and watch the fog or low clouds move among the hills and trees.

MDV
Oregon

Roger LittgeApril 1st, 2010 at 1:59 pm

I’ve almost finished Richard Preston’s “Wild Trees” and am extraordinarily pleased to see that intrepid investigators have started some serious study of the redwood canopy.
When I visited the redwood parks, I asked the rangers if they knew of anyone doing this, and they were unaware. This was some years ago, but I hope that the rangers learn of the work being done to illuminate the complexity of life in the canopy.
Good luck in all you do.

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