All photography provided by Brian Buma unless otherwise noted.
Blowndown, logged, and burned forest in Colorado
Topographical distribution of the mass cedar mortality occurring as a result of climate warming, from southern BC to southcentral Alaska.
Partial dependency plots related to landslide risk in SE Alaska.
Small copse of dead yellow cedar near Kake, Alaska. These trees died as a result of low snow brought on by warmer winters.
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University of Alaska Southeast University of Alaska Fairbanks Alaska EPSCoR Coastal Margins RCN
Western Water Assessment National Science Foundation Ecological Society of America US-IALE