Bigcone Douglas-fir Mapping and Monitoring Report for the Angeles National Forest

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The California endemic bigcone Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga macrocarpa) spans the Transverse and Peninsular ranges across Santa Barbara, Ventura, Kern, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties. The California Native Plant Society (CNPS), working in collaboration with the US Forest Service, Angeles National Forest, Pacific Southwest Regional Office, Above & Beyond Ecosystems Enterprise Unit, and TEAMS Enterprise Unit initiated field surveys in the summer/fall of 2015 to assess the extent and status of Bigcone Douglas-fir in the Angeles National Forest. The intent of the report that follows is to look at the results of our surveys and ultimately assist land managers in prioritizing goals for a regional management plant for bigcone Douglas-fir.

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Suggested citation:

Kauffmann, M., J. Ratchford, J. Evens, K. Lindke, J. Barnes. 2017. Angeles National Forest: Bigcone Douglas-fir Mapping and Monitoring Report. Unpublished report. California Native Plant Society Vegetation Program, Sacramento, CA