3 edition of Roadless area-intensive management trade-offs on Pacific Northwest national forests found in the catalog.
Roadless area-intensive management trade-offs on Pacific Northwest national forests
by Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Other titles||Roadless area intensive management trade-offs on Pacific Northwest national forests.|
|Statement||by Robert M. Randall ... [et al.]|
|Series||Research paper PNW -- 258.|
|Contributions||Randall, Robert M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
This study took place in Forest Service Region 6 (R6), the Pacific Northwest Region, which consists of Washington and divided Region 6 into six subregional study areas with two to three national forests in each. This allowed us to focus on localized tree species and populations, and geographical and climate attributes. Carbon stocks and changes on Paciﬁc Northwest national forests and the role of disturbance, management, and growth Andrew N. Graya,⇑, Thomas R. Whittierb a USDA Forest Service Paciﬁc Northwest Research Station, SW Jefferson W, Corvallis, OR , United States bDepartment of Forest Ecosystems and Society Department, Oregon State University, .
The Pacific temperate rainforests ecoregion of North America is the largest temperate rain forest ecoregion on the planet as defined by the World Wildlife Fund (other definitions exist). The Pacific temperate rain forests lie along the western side of the Pacific Coast Ranges along the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America from the Prince William Sound in Alaska through the . In , the Northwest Environmental Defense Center held a national conference in Portland on Congress’ National Forest Management Act. I was excited to see that John Krutilla was one of the speakers. The NEDC also invited Jim, Andy, and I to speak, though we didn’t have as glorified roles as Krutilla and the other principle speakers.
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