3 edition of Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington found in the catalog.
Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington
Nathan Jeremy Poage
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR
Written in English
|Statement||Nathan J. Poage and Paul D. Anderson|
|Series||General technical report PNW -- GTR-713, General technical report PNW -- 713.|
|Contributions||Anderson, Paul D., Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Purpose Scope Forest Statistics Overview Report Format and Use Glossary Acknowledgements COMMERCIAL FOREST LANDS OF REGION X Fisheries Resources Interior Alaska Coastal Alaska Western Olympics Coastal Washington and Oregon Klamath Mountains Puget-Willamette Trough Western Cascades Eastern . effectiveness monitoring for the Western Oregon Stream Restoration Program / Paul Jacobsen, Kim Jones, Kara Anlauf. Corvallis, OR: Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife,  TKC76 Proceedings aerospace nuclear safety, October , [Sponsored by] Trinity Section, American Nuclear Society, National Topical Meeting.
Our study was conducted in 4 geographies across the Pacific Northwest of the United States (Washington, Oregon, and California; Fig. 1), as previously described by Linden et al. ().We refer to each study region by the general location in the state within which it occurred: central Washington (CWA), southwest Washington (SWA), southwest Oregon (SOR), and northern Cited by: A book on Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) out of the cradle of its concepts and practices raises high expectations. The editor sets benchmarks high: yet another book on SFM can only be justified by new information that is of direct relevance, closes data gaps, reviews what is new in the art and science of SFM and refreshes perception of SFM among the target groups of researchers, .
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page List of Figures 6 List of Tables 7 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 8 Purpose 8 Scope 9 CHAPTER 2 BACKGROUND INFORMATION 13 Interior Alaska 14 Coastal Alaska IV Western Olympics 19 Coastal Washington and Oregon 20 Klamath Mountains, 22 Puget-Willamette Trough 25 Western Cascades 27 Eastern Cascades - North 29 Eastern Cascades - South 31 Blue . Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch University, 90 South Street, Building , Murdoch WA , Perth, Australia Interests: vegetation survey and mapping, forest classification and typology, data banks and numerical data handling in ecology, ecological and evolutionary drivers of vegetation patterns, conservation of temperate and subtropical forests,biome ecology, with emphasise on wooded.
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Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 44 p. We review 12 large-scale silviculture experiments (LSSEs) in western Washington.
Get this from a library. Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington. [Nathan Jeremy Poage; Paul D Anderson; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)] -- "We review 12 large-scale silviculture experiments (LSSEs) in western Washington and Oregon with which the Pacific Northwest Research Station of the USDA Forest Service is substantially involved.
Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington 44 p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Nathan Jeremy Poage; Paul D Anderson; Pacific Northwest Research Station.
This "assisted migration" is being tested by planting seedlings from locations throughout western Oregon and Washington and northern California at nine sites in western Oregon and Washington. P.D. Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington. and Productivity Program has lead authorship of a number of.
Use of large-scale silvicultural studies to evaluate management Franco var. menziesii) region in western Oregon and Washington. Large areas of old-growth forests were harvested and replaced with young- growth stands, agriculture, or urban development.
Large-scale silviculture experiments for multipurpose forest management. A suite of large-scale silvicultural experiments has been established to develop and assess opera-tional silviculture options for the Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii [Mirb.
Recently, a number of large-scale alternative silvicultural system experiments have been established in the US Pacific northwest and southern British Columbia with objectives that include. Distribution of locations in large-scale silviculture experiments (LSSEs) in western Oregon and Washington.
Copies of a letter indicate multiple installations of a study. Note that each LSSE location shown may include multiple blocks, treatments, and replicates. The LSSE locations are superimposed on Omernik’s level III by: 7. The initial thinning treatments included an unthinned reference (∼– trees ha − 1) and harvesting to high (∼ trees ha − 1), moderate ( trees ha − 1) or variable residual density (roughly equal thirds of the treatment area thinned to ∼99, and trees ha − 1).Within each of these thinning treatments, fine-scale structural variability was created by incorporating Cited by: 5.
Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington. General Technical Report PNW-GTR Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Author: Deanna H. Olson, Beatrice Van Horne, Bernard T. Bormann, Paul D.
Anderson, Richard W. Haynes. A common, but largely untested, strategy for maintaining forest biodiversity is to enhance stand structural complexity. A silvicultural experiment was implemented from to at Blacks Mountain Experimental Forest, California, to test the efficacy of two levels of structural diversity (high versus low) and two levels of prescribed underburning (burn versus no burn) for maintaining or Cited by: 7.
Large-scale silviculture experiments of western Oregon and Washington. General Technical Report PNW-GTR Portland, OR: USDA Forest Service, Cited by: 3.
Most are described in the book "Federal Research Natural Areas in Oregon and Washington" (Franklin et al., ) and later supplements.
State programs of natural area preservation are just getting underway. The state of Washington has a reserve in the Mima Mounds as well as two smaller areas.
In Oregon, many candidate areas have been identified andFile Size: 3MB. Large-scale experiments were established to compare effects of thinning arrangements (e.g., spatial variability) and residual densities (including leave islands and gaps of various sizes).
Treatment effects were context dependent, varying with initial conditions and spatial and temporal scales of measurement. This book focuses on the silviculture of western U.S. forests for two reasons. First, the authors’ careers were spent mainly in the forests of California, Oregon, Washington, and Arizona, with some brief forays into southeastern Alaska, Montana, the Lake states, New England, and the Southeast.
Most of our research and practical forest. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Large-Scale Reforestation / (Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, ), by Or.) International Workshop on Large-Scale Reforestation ( Corvallis, Mary J.
Kenady, Paul E. Schroeder, Jack K. Winjum, and Global Change Research Program. Analysis and prediction of patterns in lichen communities over the western Oregon landscape. Ph.D. Dissertation. pages. Peterson, E. B., & B.
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The unit released version of the CONIFERS growth and yield simulator and conducted a study to expand the range of the simulator to Douglass-fir stands of the Pacific Northwest. BLM’s holdings in western Oregon are primarily located in three main provinces: the Oregon Western Cascades, Oregon Coast Range, and Oregon Klamath, with a small portion in the Willamette Valley Province.
BLM must recognize the role of each of these provinces in the overall range-wide conservation scheme of the Northwest Forest Plan.College of Forest Resources, University of Washington Pacific Wildland Fire Science Laboratory N 34th St.
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The highest forest stocking values over the entire study area were concentrated in the western United States and Central Appalachia. Overall, % of sample plots (,) showed a significant positive effect of species richness on site productivity, and only % (17,) had an insignificant or negative by: 7.