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Density Management in the 21st Century: West Side Story: Proceedings of a Conference on Forest Management Practices
Paul D. Anderson (ed); Kathryn L. Ronnenberg (ed)
Proceedings of the Density Management Workshop , 4äóñ6 October 2011, Corvallis, OR. Since adoption of the Northwest Forest Plan (NWFP) in the early 1990s, there has been a fundamental shift in forest management practices on federal lands in western Oregon and Washington. Commodity-driven clearcut regeneration harvests have given way to thinnings intended to enhance development of late-successional forest habitats and to conserve important aquatic and riparian ecosystems. These abstracts and peer reviewed papers highlight more than 20 years of research related to forest thinning in the NWFP area. There are presentations from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Density Management and Riparian Buffer Study and additional studies providing a more complete overview of the west-side thinning science. There are five topical themes: The Regional and Landscape Context for Density Management in the NWFP Era; Implementation and Influences of Density Management in the Terrestrial Ecosystem; Riparian and Aquatic Ecosystems and Their Responses to Thinning and Buffers; Socioeconomics and Operations; and Thinning and Adaptation. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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