4 edition of Silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests found in the catalog.
1974 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in Fort Collins, Colo .
Written in English
|Statement||Robert R. Alexander.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper RM -- 120|
|Contributions||Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests: a summary of the status of our knowledge by timber types Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library. Silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests: a summary of the status of our knowledge by timber types.
[Robert R Alexander; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)]. Summarizes four comprehensive reports, three of which are noticed below, on the important forest types of the central and southern Rocky Mountain region.
Includes what is known (about habitat conditions, successional relations, stand conditions, damaging agents, natural regeneration and early survival, site quality and growth and yield), what can be recommended (for 'regeneration silviculture Cited by: 6.
Silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests: a summary of the status of our knowledge by timber types. Authors. Robert R. Alexander. Document Type. Article. Journal/Book Title/Conference.
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Silviculture of subalpine forests in the central and southern Rocky mountains. Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.
Silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests: a summary of the status of our knowledge by timber types / [by] Robert R. Alexander. By Robert R.
Alexander. Abstract. 36 p. Topics: Forest regeneration--Rocky Mountains., Forests and forestry., Timber. Silviculture of subalpine forests in the central and southern Rocky mountains: the status of our knowledge.
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Ecology, silviculture, and management of the Engelmann spruce-subalpine fir type in the central and southern Rocky Mountains. Author(s): Alexander, R. Author Affiliation: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ft.
Collins, COUSA. million acres of commercial forest land in the central and southern Rocky Mountains (table 1) (Green and Van Hooser ). Nearly all of the commercial forest land is publicly owned. About 88 percent of the area in the spruce-fir type and 89 percent of the volume is in the central Rocky Moun.
Silviculture and Ecology of Western U.S. Forests, Second Edition, is a text for students, professional forest managers, and scientists that summarizes both early and contemporary research and principles relevant to the silviculture, ecology, and multi-purpose management of western U.
forests. Based on its authors’ significant experiences Reviews: 1. The Rocky Mountain Section will be hosting a spring workshop entitled “Alberta’s Silviculture Evolved”. The workshop will highlight and update classic silviculture subjects such as site preparation and herbicide use, spotlight the innovation that has arisen in the industry in the past few years, and also wider and current application of.
The Ecology and Silviculture of Mixed Species Forests () by Kelty, Larson and Oliver Although weighty in its scientific writing, this book tackles the most challenging topic for silvicultural systems - management of species mixtures. Do not be put off by the numerous case.
National Silviculture Workshop. The National Silviculture Workshop (NSW) is a biannual meeting begun in as a forum for sharing silvicultural advances among field foresters in the National Forest System, research scientists in Research and Development, and in recent years, research scientists from universities, as well other federal and state agencies.
What and where is the Central Hardwood Forest region and are there boundaries that can appro-priately define it. The answer to that question varies somewhat depending on which scientist, book, research report, or map is consulted (Fralish ). The concept of a “Central Hardwood Forest.
Alexander, Robert R. "Silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests. USDA Forest Service, USDA Forest Service, Großer Inselsberg ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.
The Central Region (G. Parker & C. Merritt). The Southern Appalachian Hardwood Region (D. Smith). The Southern Bottomland Hardwood Region and Brown Loam Bluffs Subregion (J.
Hodges). The Southern Pine Region (L. Walker). The Middle and Southern Rocky Mountain Region (J. Long). The Northern Rocky Mountain Region (D. Adams). Ecology, Silviculture, and Management of the Engelmann Spruce--Subalpine Fir Type in the Central and Southern Rocky Mountains (Agriculture Handbook No.
) [Robert R. Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. much useful information for forest land managers in the central Rockies, including the silvical char- acteristics of Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir. Alexander also reviewed the silviculture of central and southern Rocky Mountain forests.
Alexander's publications on partial cutting of old-growth lodgepole pine and spruce-fir forests. The need to provide shade for young outplants of Engelmann spruce in the high Rocky Mountains is emphasized by the U.S.
Forest Service. Acceptable planting spots are defined as microsites on the north and east sides of down logs, stumps, or slash, and lying in the shadow cast by such material. Effects of conifers and elk browsing on quaking aspen forests in the central Rocky Mountains, USA.
Ecol. Appl. 15 (4): Crossref, Google Scholar. Keyser TL, Smith FW, Shepperd WD. The fires, which burned more than million ha of northern Rocky Mountain forests, provided a mission and management objectives for the newly created Forest Service.
Alexander, Robert R. Silviculture of subalpine forest in the central and southern Rocky Mountains: the status of our knowledge. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO. 88 p.
Alexander, Robert R., and Carleton B. Edminster. North Central Region Forest Management Guides On the Web!-Both general and specific nfmg/). NC Ecology and Silviculture of Northern Great Lakes Forests USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station, Grand Rapids, MN June Project Leader’s Rocky Mountain Station, will join us in July.
Christel Kern, forester/. The Third Edition has been modified to approach forest ecology and silviculture from a national coterminous perspective rather than from a concentration on the Northeast region of the United States. It is with pride that we publish the Third Edition of Introduction to Forest Ecology and Silviculture.
Mountain forests cover large proportions of (for example) the Alps, Pyrenees and Balkan and Carpathian mountain ranges in Europe, the Appalachian and Rocky mountain ranges in North America, the Australian Alps, the Guiana Highlands in South America, the mountains in Central Africa, and the Andes Mountain Range in South and Central America.
A stand-replacing fire history in upper montane forests of the southern Rocky Mountains. Ellis Q. Margolis, a Thomas W. Swetnam, a Craig D. Allen b. a Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, West Stadium, Tucson, AZUSA.
The Rocky Mountain Research Station maintains this 36 square-mile outdoor research laboratory, which is located about 50 air miles from Denver. FEF is an ideal location to study water, forests, and other physical and biological processes, and their integration in high-elevation subalpine watersheds.
Forest Health. Regeneration dates and stocking standards will result in areas being stocked with ecologically suitable species that address immediate and long-term forest health issues. The key focus of the stocking standards should be the forest health risk posed to the maintenance of a supply of commercially valuable timber.
Ecology, silviculture, and management of the Engelmann spruce--subalpine fir type in the central and southern Rocky Mountains. () AH Guide to the Olethreutine moths of midland North America (Tortricidae).
() AH Pesticide background statements. Vol. Fungicides and fumigants. () AH A guide to exporting solid wood products. Lmh A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of Ecosystems of the Rocky Mountain Trench, Prince George Forest Region Lmh A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone, Northern Drier Maritime Subzone (CWHf), in the Prince Rupert Forest Region.
The May forest conflagrations in central Alberta—a review of fire weather, fuels and fire behaviour. Canada Department of Fisheries and Forestry, Forestry Branch, Forest Research Laboratory Information Report A-X, Edmonton. Avoiding common pitfalls. We assume that while a central institution (“core group”) would provide support and coordination for implementation efforts, practical implementation of new silvicultural methods would ultimately be the choice and responsibility of those forest owners (including the state, private individuals and forest companies) who decide to engage in such a new opportunity.
M.S. in Forest Ecology and Silviculture, Michigan State University B.S. in Biology: Ecology and Physiology, —Current Research Ecologist, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service — Forest & Grassland Ecologist, Rocky Mountain Region, USDA Forest Service — Restoring Southern Pine Forests.
Setting. This ecoregion is located mainly in western Wyoming, but also in eastern and central Idaho, central Montana, northeastern Wyoming and southwestern South is centered on the Yellowstone Plateau, extending outward on connected mountain ranges, but the ecoregion also includes the isolated Bighorn Mountains and Black Hills, as well as smaller isolated ranges in central Montana.
COURSE DESCRIPTION. Course Title: Regional Silviculture -- FOR / (2 cr.). Prerequisites: FOR or consent of instructor. Course is designed for: Seniors, Graduate Students. Instructor: Dr. Eric J. Jokela, Professor. Newins-Ziegler Hall. email: [email protected] Class Periods: TBA. Text: No formal text book.
Assigned readings will be us. Full text of o scholarly e-books published by Springerand over 2, current e-journals, with coverage dating back to volume 1 for many titles.
Abundance and size distribution of cavity trees in second-growth and old-growth central hardwood forests. North. Appl. For. 22(3): Keywords Snags, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, wildlife habitat Related Search. Abundance and Size Distribution of Cavity Trees in Second-Growth and Old-Growth Central Hardwood Forests.
Generally, the climate in the North Central Rockies Forests is a combination of alpine, subalpine and montane southern Cordilleran (ESWG ).
The Columbia mountains, which cover most of this ecoregion, contain many peaks higher than m asl, and have rugged rock and glacier outcrops. The Southern Forest Futures Project: Using Public Input to Define the Issues.
Recommendations to Assist Federal Regulatory Agencies in the Determination of Ongoing Silviculture in Bottomland Hardwood and Cypress Swamps. A Users Guide on Forest Roads and Their Section (f) Exemption Status. Forest, Fire and You.Progress 10/01/06 to 09/30/07 Outputs OUTPUTS: We continue to perform work on basic ecosystem structure, function, and disturbance processes in northern Rocky Mountain forests.
On the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest, eddy flux towers installed in and maintained by a Montana State University cooperator are providing interesting results. All told, according to the Rocky Mountain Coordination Center, an interagency support organization, about 3, firefighters were battling roughly square miles (1, square kilometers) of.