Part 4 of the Klamath Mountains 10-part Webinar Series
Climate is a key factor in sculpting the uniqueness of the Klamath Mountains. This webinar will explore the dynamic variation in regional microclimates from the coastal forests to the edge of the Great Basin including paleoclimate regimes, how those have shifted to what we have today, and what the future may hold.
This webinar series is presented by a collection of the stellar co-authors who have contributed to the forthcoming book, The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History due in hand by the end of 2021.
Rosemary Sherriff is a professor in the department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Analysis at Humboldt State University. Her research has focused on western forests ranging from Alaska, to the Rockies, to northern California.