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View of Crater Lake from the Cleetwood Trail The last eruption of Lassen Peak took place in 1915 Bumpass Hell hydrothermal area at Lassen Volcanic NP Lake habitat monitoring at Lassen Volcanic NP Volunteers conduct rare plant surveys on Lassen Peak Bufflehead duck at Lassen Volcanic NP Whitebark pine trees infested with blister rust Cave cricket at Oregon Caves National Monument Tidepool at Redwood National and State Parks Raven (Corvus corax) Townsend big-eared bat colony at Lavabeds NM Tide pool at Redwood National & State Parks Looking up through redwood trees at Redwood NSP

The Klamath Network (KLMN) consists of six national park units located in northern California and southern Oregon.

KLMN parks encompass an astounding array of habitats, including lagoons, dunes,rocky intertidal zones along the Pacific shore, wet coastal forests, subalpine forests, meadows, and lakes, alpine environments, and semiarid sagebrush steppe.

This site provides access to study results, data, and related analysis about the natural resources investigated by the KLMN network, its parks, and research and land management partners. Park managers use this information to make decisions about fragile park resources.

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2016 Landbird Monitoring Report

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Landbirds are good indicators of the condition of park ecosystems because they respond quickly to changes in resource conditions. Comparable regional and national datasets exist and there is a long history of monitoring landbirds within the Klamath Network and on adjacent lands in the Klamath region.
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Rocky Intertidal Monitoring

2017 Rocky Intertidal Monitoring Report

Monitoring was designed to identify and follow temporal trends in populations of the common and/or ecologically important organisms in the rocky intertidal community at three Redwood National and State Park sites. See the 2004-2013 Trends and Synthesis Report for Redwood National and State Parks
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Whitebark Pine Monitoring Synthesis Report

Whitebark Pine Monitoring Synthesis Report

Analyses of plots measured at Crater Lake NP and Lassen Volcanic NP from 2012-2014 were used to describe the extent of white pine blister rust, mountain pine beetle occurrence, and mistletoe infestation.
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2016 Whitebark Pine Monitoring Report

2016 Whitebark Pine Monitoring Report Cover

Park populations of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) are being heavily impacted by a non-native disease. White pine blister rust is killing significant numbers of whitebark pine. Monitoring of the non-native invasive pathogen and its impacts on whitebark pine is consistent with our monitoring priorities.
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Klamath Kaleidoscope

Fall/Winter 2017 Klamath Kaleidoscope Newsletter

The Klamath Kaleidoscope is the newsletter of the Klamath Inventory and Monitoring Network. View the Fall/Winter 2017 issue to read about whitebark pine, vegetation mapping, and more!

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Crater Lake webcam at Crater Lake NP Annie Springs entrance webcam at Crater Lake NP Steel Visitor Center webcam at Crater Lake NP Kohm Yah-mah-nee webcam at Lassen Volcano NP Manzanita Lake webcam at Lassen Volcano NP Visitor Center webcam at Lava Beds NM

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