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Western redcedar 'Kalaloch Redcedar' in Olympic National Park in Kalaloch

There is one Western redcedar (Thuja plicata) in Olympic National Park in Kalaloch (Jefferson County).

This tree is called "Kalaloch Redcedar". This tree was for a large part destroyed by a coastal storm on March 8th 2014. Half of the tree fall down, the other half is still standing. See:http://exotichikes.com/olympic-national-parks-kalaloch-cedar-destroyed-by-storm/

The girth of the tree is 18.80 m measured at a height of 1.37 m (year of measurement unknown, "Forest Giants of the Pacific Coast"). Its height is exactly 37.50 m (year of measurement unknown, laser with Sine method (e.g. Nikon Forestry 550 laser rangefinder), "Forest Giants of the Pacific Coast").

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Olympic National Park, picture by Shaners Becker, 2006-11-10

Kalaloch Creek flowing into the Pacific Ocean at Kalaloch.

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Kalaloch Redcedar (Western redcedar "3808")

Olympic National Park, picture by Woodley Wonderworks

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