2013 Forest Management and Watershed Science Symposium
The goal of the Forest Management and Watershed Science Symposium held on April 30, 2013 was to better understand and promote effective forest management to enhance watershed function and forest ecosystem services such as resiliency to wildfire, water availablity and habitat. Results and implications from the newest research were presented and questions were asked of top forest and watershed researchers in the West.
Managing Forests and Fire in Landscapes Historically Associated with Frequent Fire - Dr. Brandon Collins, Pacific Southwest Research Station
Climate Trends in Northern California - How Do We Manage For the Future? - Kyle Merriam, Northeast Province Ecologist, USFS
Trees, Streamflows, and Wildfires - Do We Have the Right Mix? - Dr. Bill Stewart, Forestry Extension Specialist, UC Berkeley
Forest Management and Restoration Practices - Effects on Stream Health and Function - Ken Roby and Chris Mayes, Lassen National Forest
Aspen and Oak Community Response to Restoration - Dr. Bobette Jones, Lassen National Forest