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BUILDING FOREST RESILIENCY IN THE ERA OF GLOBAL CHANGE: AN APPROACH TO MANAGING GIANT SEQUOIA POPULATIONS IN THE SOUTHERN SIERRA NEVADA
John J. Battles and Robert A. York
UC Berkeley, Center for Forestry

John Battles is an associate professor of forest ecology in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management and co-director of the Center for Forestry at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on the community ecology and population dynamics of temperate forests.

Rob York is the manager of UC Berkeley's research forests and an adjunct assistant professor of forestry in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on applied forest ecology and management of Sierra mixed conifer forests.

MANAGING FOR POLLUTANT EFFECTS ON PLANTS AND ECOSYSTEMS
NANCY GRULKE
US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station

Nancy Grulke is a research plant physiologist for the Pacific Southwest Research Station, US Forest Service, in Riverside, CA. She has investigated conifer and oak response to ozone, excess nitrogen deposition, and drought stress over the last 20 years.

TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE CURRENT AND FUTURE EFFECTS OF INVASIVE ORGANISMS ON ECOSYSTEMS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA: ASSESSMENTS; COMPLEXITIES, PERSPECTIVES, AND APPROACHES
ROBERT KLINGER
USGS-BRD, Yosemite Field Station-Bishop Office

Robert Klinger is an ecologist with the USGS whose primary research interests are plant-animal interactions, invasive species (principally feral animals and non-native plants), fire, and climate change. His main focus in these areas are population and community dynamics and species-distribution modeling.

SCIENCE-BASED MANAGEMENT OF INVASIVE SPECIES
MATTHEW BROOKS
US Geological Survey, Western Ecological Research Center, Yosemite Field Station

Matt Brooks received his PhD in Biology from U.C. R
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Contact: Roland Giller
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510-559-6327
US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
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