July 29, 2007

Hoh Rain Forest


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Big Douglas fir trees on the nature trail at Marymere

Big Douglas fir trees on the nature trail at Marymere

Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: marymere-falls-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 48.0555 N -123.785 W
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Western red cedar forest at Marymere

Western red cedar forest at Marymere

Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: marymere-falls-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 48.0529 N -123.7853 W
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The top viewpoint at Marymere Falls

The top viewpoint at Marymere Falls

Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: marymere-falls-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 48.0505 N -123.7847 W
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The millpond estuary restoration project, Port Angeles

The millpond estuary restoration project

Port Angeles, Washington

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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: port-angeles-washington

coordinates: 48.1315 N -123.4672 W
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On the Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest

To reduce impact the trail is fenced and some sections have been closed, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.862 N -123.9345 W
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Moss-hung maples are the highlight of the Hall of Mosses trail

Moss-hung maples are the highlight of the Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.863 N -123.9338 W
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Clearings in the rain forest occur where big trees have fallen

Clearings in the rain forest occur where big trees have fallen, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.863 N -123.9321 W
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Some of the big leaf maples are really huge, Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Some of the big leaf maples are really huge, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8627 N -123.9299 W
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Ferns and moss, Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Ferns and moss grow most thickly on the deciduous trees, such as these maples, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

Coordinates: 47.8616 N -123.9307 W
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Fallen logs, Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Fallen logs rot quickly in the rain forest, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

Coordinates: 47.8602 N -123.9316 W
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Hemlocks in a row, Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Hemlocks often occur in a row where they have grown atop a nurse log, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8581 N -123.9325 W
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Clear spring-fed streams, Hall of Mosses trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Clear spring-fed streams lace the rain forest, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-hall-of-mosses-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8581 N -123.9344 W
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Hemlock and spruce, Spruce trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Parts of the rain forest are fairly open, with hemlock and spruce, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8617 N -123.9281 W
click order on locality page: 1
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Sitka spruce, Spruce trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Sitka spruce has a characteristic flared base, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8627 N -123.9269 W
click order on locality page: 2
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Near the river,Spruce trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Near the river grazing by elk keeps the forest floor open, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8626 N -123.9242 W
click order on locality page: 3
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Alder and Sitka Spruce near the Hoh River

Alder and Sitka Spruce near the Hoh River, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8615 N -123.9252 W
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The wide gravelly Hoh River

The wide gravelly Hoh River, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8602 N -123.9234 W
click order on locality page: 5
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The spruce forest, Spruce trail, Hoh Rain Forest

The spruce forest is not as extravagantly mossy as the maple groves, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8597 N -123.928 W
click order on locality page: 6
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Vine maples, Spruce trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Vine maples create tunnels of green light under the big spruce trees, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.8585 N -123.9272 W
click order on locality page: 7
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Bigleaf and vine maples, Spruce trail, Hoh Rain Forest

Bigleaf and vine maples, Sitka spruce and western hemlock compose this forest, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

Coordinates: 47.8579 N -123.9289 W
click order on locality page: 8
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A colonnadeof trees, Hoh Rain Forest

A colonnade of trees, all established along a now,vanished "nurse log", Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park

Hoh River, Olympic National Park, Washington

July 29, 2007
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accession number: 2007-07-29
state: washington
region: washington-olympic-peninsula
locality: hoh-rain-forest-spruce-trail-olympic-national-park

coordinates: 47.857 N -123.9306 W
click order on locality page: 9
type: full sphere

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