12801 – Restoration strategies for Collomia mazama – phase II

Investigator’s Annual Reports (IAR’s) for Crater Lake National Park

Restoration strategies for Collomia mazama – phase II

 

Report Number: 12801

Current Status: Checked in

Date Received: Jan 01, 2000

Reporting Year: 1999

Principal Investigator: Casey Baldwin, University of Idaho, Department of Forest Resources, Moscow, ID

Additional investigator(s): Stephen Brunsfield

Permit#: CRLA199709-02

Park-assigned Study Id. # CRLA199709-02

Permit Expiration Date: Jan 01, 2000

Permit Start Date: Jan 01, 1999

Study Starting Date: Jan 01, 1994

Study Ending Date: Jan 01, 1999

Study Status: Completed

Activity Type: Monitoring

Subject/Discipline: Other

Objectives: Develop large scale vegetative propagation and seedling propagation protocols. 2) Determine the physical and biological factors significant to the establishment success of C. mazama. 3) Develop photographic monitoring protocols for long term monitoring of populations. 4) Develop educational materials for both the generic public and park personnel.

Findings and Status:  Large scale vegetative propagation and seedling propagation methods have been developed. The finaly field plant was conducted in the spring of 1999, with a total of 1000 clones and seedlings having been successfully propagated and planted in Fall 1997,Spring 1998, Fall 1998 and Spring 1999, with preliminary survival estimates exceeding 90%. A total of 15 photo plots for long-term population monitoring were established within the park.

For this study, were one or more specimens collected and removed from the park but not destroyed during analyses? No

Funding provided this reporting year by NPS: 0

Funding provided this reporting year by other sources: 10000

Annual funding provided by NPS to university or college this reporting year: 0

 

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