The ancient blue oak woodlands of California: longevity and hydroclimatic history

@article{Stahle2013TheAB,
  title={The ancient blue oak woodlands of California: longevity and hydroclimatic history},
  author={D. Stahle and R. D. Griffin and D. Meko and M. Therrell and J. R. Edmondson and M. K. Cleaveland and L. Stahle and D. Burnette and J. Abatzoglou and K. Redmond and M. Dettinger and D. Cayan},
  journal={Earth Interactions},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={1-23}
}
AbstractAncient blue oak trees are still widespread across the foothills of the Coast Ranges, Cascades, and Sierra Nevada in California. The most extensive tracts of intact old-growth blue oak woodland appear to survive on rugged and remote terrain in the southern Coast Ranges and on the foothills west and southwest of Mt. Lassen. In the authors' sampling of old-growth stands, most blue oak appear to have recruited to the canopy in the middle to late nineteenth century. The oldest living blue… Expand
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