Written in English
|Statement||by Christopher Channing Rudd.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 leaves, bound. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
Silvicultural and financial analysis of three case studies in the Oregon Coast Range. By. Two adjacent sites in the Coast Range of\ud Oregon were studied. One of the units was broadcast burned while the adjacent site was\ud left unburned. and Oregon Growth and Yield Projection System (ORGANON). For\ud the simulations a 70 year. A Case Study of Timber Harvesting for Active Riparian Management Summary Literature Cited 7: Silviculture of Oregon Coast Range Forests J.C. Tappeiner II, W.H. Emmingham, and D.E. Hibbs What is Silviculture and Why is it Important? Regeneration of Oregon Coast Range Forests Natural regeneration Artificial regeneration. Breeding bird responses to three silvicultural treatments in the Oregon Coast Range Article (PDF Available) in Ecological Applications 9(1) February with 39 Reads How we measure. Silvicultural and financial analysis of three case studies in the Oregon Coast Range. M.S. thesis. Department of Forest Resources, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. 77 p. Yoshimoto, A. Economic analysis of integrating spatial concerns into harvest scheduling. Ph.D. dissertation. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. p.
Glyphosate, aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA), imazapyr, sulfometuron methyl (SMM), and metsulfuron methyl (MSM) were measured in streamwater collected during and after a routine application of herbicides to a forestry site in Oregon's Coast Range. breeding bird responses to three silvicultural treatments in the oregon coast range Carol L. Chambers Department of Forest Resources, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon USACited by: Lichtenstein and Montgomery () modeled the effect of forestry harvesting decisions on both economic returns and viability for terrestrial vertebrates in the Coast Range of Oregon. have. The study occurred in two catchments located in the Oregon Coast Range ( °N, °W) of the Pacific Northwest. The climate in the region is maritime with average annual precipitation of mm (30 year normal from to ), with ~72% falling between November to March (PRISM Climate Group, ).Approximately 98% of the annual precipitation falls as rain, with snow events.
Abstract. Ecology, economy, and demography interact to affect forest management objectives. In the temperate rainforests of northwestern North America (Franklin and Halpern ), the outcome of this interaction for most of the 20 th century was a management emphasis on wood production (Curtis et al. , Haynes et al. ). Because of production efficiencies, even-aged, clearcut systems Cited by: 3 Large-Scale Silvicultural Experiments of Western Oregon and Washington a broad range of response variables (e.g., tree species and size structure, small mammals, woody debris, fungi, soils, microclimate, and social perceptions) are measured to characterize the response of the forest ecosystem to the experimental treatments. Research & Analysis Services Case studies. Flatworld Solutions' research and analysis team has carved out a fine reputation for itself in the outsourcing sector. Our services have been customized to address the specific needs of our clients. To learn more about how we serve our clients, read our case studies -. Establishment of Riparian Forests buffers on Agricultural Lands in the Oregon coast Range: Beaver Creek Case Study. In Proceedings of 7th Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in North America, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, August P.