This presentation is part of the Cape Perpetua Speaker Series, hosted by the Cape Perpetua Collaborative.

The presentation will cover the historical, contemporary, and potential future of forests in the Oregon Coast range.

Matthew Reilly is a forest ecologist studying how forests respond to disturbance and climate change. Much of his current work focuses on the historical and contemporary role of fire on landscape in western Oregon and Washington. He currently works for the USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station and Western Wildlands Environmental Threat Assessment Center in Corvallis, Oregon. He holds a Ph.D. in Forest Science from Oregon State University (2015).


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