Mary Flores

    Mary Flores


    Aspen Dynamics in the Warner Mountains of California

    Mary Flores, Wildlife Biologist, Warner Mountain Ranger District, Modoc National Forest, Cedarville, California,Coauthor Dr. James Laacke

    Over the last century aspen has suffered a significant reduction in area in the Western United States. Comparison of vegetation data from 1930 and 1993 indicate that the Warner Mountains of Northeastern California are no exception with an 85% reduction in area covered. Often these changes may take place over a matter of decades. Changes overall and within individual stands are described, including vegetation replacing aspen within 1930's boundaries.

    Mary Flores' poster, "Aspen Dynamics in the Warner Mountains of California"
    To download a pdf of Mary Flores' poster, click here for page one and click here for page two.

    Email: mflores@fs.fed.us

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