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Abby wandered through the redwood groves in jeans and hiking boots, stopping to remark on a burl here or a root system there.
Transcendent evolutionary change applies to every organism, from redwoods to whales, from dinosaurs to sea slugs—to us.
Despite its beaches, redwood trees and Hollywood glam, the state's blemishes are often highlighted.
California’s giant redwoods get all the attention, but Oregon has a couple of groves of the big trees, too.
As extreme weather events continue to ravage forests in California, scientists are turning to the state’s redwood trees.
None of the Douglas fir, redwood, oak or madrone trees that live at the test site perished, even as more than 100 million trees died statewide, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
But perched in what looks like a giant birdcage at Oregon State University is a steel cylinder nearly 20 feet tall, thick as a redwood, bristling with gauges and wrapped in a tangle of wires.
Only native species, such as the California redwoods, are bigger.
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