Field Report No. 1 - Tabor Tree Project Report 2021

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Authors

candace gossen 

Abstract

In this Survey, the Tabor Tree Project identified 130 trees randomly in all 12 zones of the park called Mt. Tabor in Portland, Oregon. The Majority of the Trees at Mt. Tabor Park are conifers, and specifically Douglas Fir who can live longer than 1,000 years. The oldest one in the park is 496 years old, and sprouted sometime around 1520 AD. Through the efforts of Tree Medicine hikes and Citizen Science this data was collected over a year in 2021.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31223/X5RH59

Subjects

Earth Sciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Studies, Nature and Society Relations, Other Plant Sciences

Keywords

Mt. Tabor, Portland, Oregon, trees, old growth, ecology, Citizen Scientists, Medicine, mazamas, friends of Mt. tabor

Dates

Published: 2023-10-10 15:08

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CC BY Attribution 4.0 International