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By Tracie Cone Associated Press PORTERVILLE, Calif.
By Garance Burke Associated Press VISALIA, Calif. -- Federal researchers are warning that warming temperatures could soon cause California's giant sequoia trees to die off more quickly unless forest managers plan with an eye toward climate change and the impact of a longer, harsher wildfire season.
By Shaun Bishop After more than three decades, Jim Lianides is finally returning to the Sequoia Union High School District. Lianides, a Woodside High School graduate, was appointed this week by the district's board as the new assistant superintendent and chief business officer.
Warming temperatures will cause California's giant sequoia trees to die off more quickly unless forest managers plan with an eye toward climate change and the impact of a longer, harsher wildfire season, federal researchers warned.
By STICKLEY, Marcus A large sequoia tree in Stoke, thought to be more than 130 years old, will be chopped down after the Nelson City Council discovered it is not protected. The tree on the corner of Sequoia Way and Main Rd Stoke is one of two remaining on the property of Bryan and Tracey Parks.
By Esther Avila, The Porterville Recorder, Calif. Jul. 2--Two Giant Sequoia seedlings were planted Tuesday morning at Supervisor's Headquarters in Porterville in honor of the Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument's centennial birthday.
Sequoia Communications, the RF semiconductor company setting new benchmarks in multimode design and integration, today announced two promotions - Reza Kasnavi has been named the company's VP of product management and Duncan Pilgrim has assumed the role of VP of marketing.
David Milarch has returned to Northern California to realize his dream of preserving and restoring the most ancient of redwood trees using the latest advances in genetic cloning.
Researchers have confirmed that a redwood named Hyperion in a remote Northern California forest is the world's tallest tree.
Spiders, centipedes and scorpion-like critters are among the 27 new animal species that biologists have discovered in the dark, damp caves of two Central California national parks, officials announced Tuesday.
Sequoia National Park is located in the United States in the southern area of the Sierra Nevada. The park contains 404,063 acres of protected land that was once inhabited by the Western Mono Native American tribe. The best evidence of Native American inhabitants are the pictographs found on Potwisha and Hospital Rock and bedrock mortars, tools that were sued to crush acorns. When European explorers and settlers entered the area, smallpox had already decimated the Native American...
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