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A regional management-study template for learning about postwildfire management
2008 by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR .
Written in English
|Statement||B.T. Bormann ... [et al.].|
|Series||General technical report / Pacific Northwest Research Station -- PNW-GTR-777|
|Contributions||Bormann, Bernard T.|
|LC Classifications||SD387.F52 R44 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||2008397851|
Through impacts on tree recruitment, the degree of fire consumption of soil organic layers can act as an important determinant of whether black spruce forests regenerate to a forest composition similar to the prefire forest, or to a new forest composition dominated by deciduous hardwoods. In some cases, the publications have been scanned from the original using optical character recognition, a process that can result in errors. We emphasize documenting expectations, conceptual modeling, scaling for major questions, analyzing for similarity, and monitoring cost-effectively. Publications in the collection include research monographs published by the agency as well as papers written by our scientists but published by other organizations in their journals, conference proceedings, or books.
The results showed that a higher percentage of Alaska builders use glulam beams compared with builders in the rest of the United States. Their application in land management planning for the Tongass National Forest has resulted in numerous questions and requests for clarification. National forests. What makes these communities different?
Coordination of leaf and stem water transport properties in tropical forest trees. Research results behind these publications have been peer-reviewed to ensure the best quality of science. The E. Prior to the existence of the National Environmental Policy Act NEPAForest Service district rangers had considerable latitude to make resource management decisions and execute management plans with relatively little encumbrance by documentation and process requirements. The model was developed from fire-caused delayed mortality observed for 4 years postburn in a replicated study of 12 burn units and 6 nonburned units near Burns, Oregon.
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Information in this study was obtained from trees estimated to be 46 years old on a site outside of Ketchikan. Keywords: Forest surveys, forest inventory, forest insects, forest diseases, Oregon. For more information about Treesearch, see page 3 of this report.
Plot selection and data analyses are supported by SnagPRO, a software program designed specifically to serve our sampling methods.
National forests. The design compares a wide range of management strategies at A regional management-study template for learning about postwildfire management book landscape scale. We have developed the concept of a network of management studies with a rigorous experimental design to fill this need.
Prior to the existence of the National Environmental Policy Act NEPAForest Service district rangers had considerable latitude to make resource management decisions and execute management plans with relatively little encumbrance by documentation and process A regional management-study template for learning about postwildfire management book.
Visit our Web site for several links to free downloads. Keyword searches examine both the title and abstract. Markus, D. Effects on aquatic systems of removing trees are mostly negative, and logging and transportation systems that disturb the soil surface or accelerate road-related erosion can be particularly harmful unless disturbances are mitigated.
The VEG indicator provides baseline data to assess trends in forest vascular plant species richness and composition, and the relative abundance and spatial distribution of those species, including invasive and introduced species. Influence of simulated snow cover on the cold tolerance and freezing injury of yellow-cedar seedlings.
Finally, the authors offer a procedure for merging species and system approaches in an adaptive management framework to aid conservation of rare or little-known species and to help practitioners respond to new information.
Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information Braille, large print, audiotape, etc. Keywords: Biomass, bioenergy, fuel hazard reduction, renewable energy, harvesting, forest products.
Long-term ecological reflections: writers, philosophers, and scientists meet in the forest. Frequent, low-intensity fires were historically a common feature in many dry forests of the United States.
Human activities have altered the carbon balance, however, and as a result have triggered changes in climates around the world. Keywords: Succession, fire, disturbance, boreal, regeneration.
Recently developed methods of log sampling also use SnagPRO for data collection and analysis. Cost is an inhibiting factor for reducing hazardous fuel, given the amount of acreage needing treatment.
Using anecdotal occurrence data for rare or elusive species: the illusion of reality and a call for evidentiary standards. To order a printed Station publication, circle its five-digit number on the inside back cover, cut out the order form, place in an envelope, and send it to the address indicated.
Most ecosystems contain a few common species and many rare ones. A key for predicting postfire successional trajectories in black spruce stands of interior Alaska.
Washington, DC: U. This publication provides estimates of total softwood harvest by owner for Alaska for — Alaska Wood Tides No.
Because of a lack of knowledge and studies, deciding how to manage after wildfire is fraught with uncertainty. Sampling methods include the line-intersect method and the strip-plot method. The dam removal was successful on many levels. This document describes the sampling design, field data collection methods, primary output objectives, and estimation procedures for summarizing FIA VEG data.A Regional Management-Study Template for Learning About Postwildfire Management: U.S.
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