Tag Archives: Ze’ev Gedalof

Shameless Self Promotion

After eight years of procrastination, Marlow Pellatt (Parks Canada and Simon Fraser University) and I finally published our thoughts on Garry oak ecosystems.  The paper is open access so you can get it for free from here: Environmental change in … Continue reading

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“Expert” commentary on the Rim fire in Yosemite

Apparently Ze’ev was the only forest ecologist in Canada to show up for work today.  I spent the afternoon emailing a Global Media reporter about the Rim fire in California, and here’s what came out of it: http://globalnews.ca/news/802861/giant-sequoia-will-rise-again-despite-severe-california-wildfire-expert/  It turns … Continue reading

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Road Trip to London

On Thursday, May 30th, the CEDaR lab took the new truck to London, Ontario, for a training session with research collaborator Katrina Moser.  We learned lots about rafts, the hazards of handling long metal poles in lightning storms, and the … Continue reading

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Look out AmeriDendro!

The CEDaR lab is going to Ameridendro!  This year the conference is in Tucson, Arizona – the mecca of tree-ring research and the birthplace of North American dendrochronology.  Vanessa Stretch will present a poster showing her progress analyzing fire scars … Continue reading

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