Chamaecyparis nootkatensis

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Yellow Cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis): Expected throughout the region, this species is locally abundant in some areas, but has also been subject to Yellow Cedar Decline over the past 100+ years, resulting in extensive cedar death. This species is the subject of on-going study and the effects of climate change.






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  • Hall 2010: Locally abundant in the Sitka area, scattered elsewhere in alpine meadows, bogs, and transitional bog-forests.
  • Muller: gen; forest, poorly drained areas, muskegs


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