Plants of Southern California: California Oaks
- California's Rangeland Oak Species from the University of California Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program (general characteristics of eight major California oak species)
- Oaks in California from the Hastings Biological Field Station of the University of California (a very complete reference, which includes results of 30 years of research from the Hastings Natural History Reserve)
Newsletters and Reports
- Oaks 'N Folks from the University of California Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program
- California Oak Foundation Newsletter
- The California Acorn Report (counts of acorns in San Gabriel Mountains every year)
Oak Sudden DeathOak Sudden Death is a possible cause of oak deaths on the coastal side of the foothills around Rubio, Millard and Eaton Canyons.
- Sudden Oak Death Plagues Marin County by Richard Halstead, excerpt from The Marin Independent Journal
- Monitoring Sudden Oak Death in Coastal California (Research from UC Berkeley's Center for the Assessment and Monitoring of Forest and Environmental Resources)
- The California Oak Report: Deadly Disease Devastates Oaks
- New information - Elevated Mortality of Tanoak and Coast Live Oak in Coastal California from University of California Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program, UC Berkeley.
- Sudden Oak Death from UC Cooperative Extension in Marin County.
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