Hi, from the tall trees of coastal BC!

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#1)  Hi, from the tall trees of coastal BC!

Postby VancouverBigTrees » Thu Jun 02, 2016 1:20 am

Greetings fellow tree enthusiasts!

I'm interested in very large trees across the world. A pertinent interest of mine right now is to discuss and learn from others on the subject of how tall did the Douglas-fir often grow historically? I'm particularly interested in identifying research methods to predict historical tree heights.

I have a range of experience in old-growth, including my recent MSc studying old-growth forest recovery.

I have an online hiking guide to the incredible trees around Vancouver, BC. We have trees > 90m tall!

I did a 10 month cycling trip to see big trees across North America (Vancouver-Panama)

I've learned a lot from the NTS webpage over the years. Decided it was finally time to join. Looking forward to connecting with like minded tree folks.

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#2)  Re: Hi, from the tall trees of coastal BC!

Postby dbhguru » Thu Jun 02, 2016 8:49 am


 Welcome aboard. We looking forward to your posts.

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Native Native Tree Society
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#3)  Re: Hi, from the tall trees of coastal BC!

Postby Erik Danielsen » Thu Jun 02, 2016 9:43 am

Welcome to the BBS, I've seen your blog previously and enjoyed it. I used to do short bicycle tours fairly often and it still comes up as a daydream, to take a meandering bicycle tour in the eastern US at a pace that would really let me poke around unexamined spots where minor patches of old growth or unexpectedly-tall regrowth might be hiding. Belated congrats on completing your long journey and please do share some of your tree encounters here on the boards!
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