Zena Forest Environmental History

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Zena Forest Environmental History

Dr. Larson returned to his alma-mater to assist his undergraduate advisor and her students on a project reconstructing the environmental history of the Zena Forest property that had recently been acquired by Willamette University.

Funding source: Willamette University Department of Environmental and Earth Sciences

Products

Publications (* indicates undergraduate student)
  • Copes-Gerbitz, K.*, Arabas, K.B., Larson, E.R., and Gildehaus, S.* 2017. Informing conservation through a multi-proxy land-use history reconstruction of Willamette University at Zena Forest, Willamette Valley, Oregon. Northwest Science 91: 160–185.
  • Gildehaus, S.*, Copes-Gerbitz, K.*, Arabas, K.B., and Larson, E.R. 2015. The dendroclimatological potential of Willamette Valley Quercus garryana and insights on the uncertainty of past Pacific Decadal Oscillation variability. Tree-Ring Research 71: 13–23.
Presentations (* indicates undergraduate student)
  • Kelsey Copes-Gerbitz*, Karen B. Arabas, Stevie Gildehaus*, and Evan R. Larson. 2013. Multi-proxy land use history reconstruction of Zena Forest, Oregon. Second American Dendrochronology Conference, May 13–17, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson.
  • Stevie Gildehaus*, Kelsey Copes-Gerbitz*, Karen B. Arabas, Evan R. Larson. 2013. The dendroclimatological potential of Willamette Valley Quercus garryana. Second American Dendrochronology Conference, May 13–17, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson.

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