Key to Recreational Management in Redwood State Parks
AuthorsE. C. STONE
R. B. VASEY
Authors AffiliationsEdward C. Stone is Associate Professor of Forestry, University of California Berkeley; Richard B. Vasey is Laboratory Technician, U.C., Berkeley.
Hilgardia 16(8):2-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v016n08p2. August 1962.
AbstractSoil compaction problems from increased recreational loads in the State's redwood parks are causing increasing concern for the health of these unique forest giants. New highway construction, logging activities and periodic flooding through the groves can also cause conditions detrimental to the trees. Preliminary studies reported here indicate that radical root pruning and replacement of the compacted soil may be a practical method of revitalizing redwood trees after heavy recreational use.
STONE E, VASEY R. 1962. Key to Recreational Management in Redwood State Parks. Hilgardia 16(8):2-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v016n08p2
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