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Kurtz, Cassandra [1].

Northern White Cedar in the Great Lakes Region.

Northern white cedar is an important tree due to its medicinal, cultural, and economical value. The tree has experienced vast changes in abundance over the years from a variety of factors such as development, recreation, habitat alteration, climate change, ungulate browsing, harvesting, and invasive species. Through mining the data of tens of thousands of Forest Inventory and Analysis plots, changes in this resource were analyzed for Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, states of the Great Lakes Region. Aside from changes in abundance, data was also analyzed to look at differences by size class and ownership. This research helps to determine how the species has been impacted by state, ownership, and size class over the last several decades.

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1 - Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbaria, , Boise, Idaho, 83725, USA

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Presentation Type: Poster
Session: P1, Ecology Posters
Location: Virtual/Virtual
Date: Monday, July 19th, 2021
Time: 5:00 PM(EDT)
Number: P1EC015
Abstract ID:1129
Candidate for Awards:None

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