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Public Acceptance of Disturbance-Based Forest Management: A Study of the Blue River Landscape Strategy in the Central Cascades Adaptive Management Area
Bruce Shindler (au); Angela L. Mallon (au)
This report examines public perspectives on disturbance-based management conducted in the central Cascade Range in Oregon as part of the Blue River Landscape Strategy. A mail survey to local residents was used to describe the publicís understanding of this form of management, identify perceived associated risks and potential barriers to implementation, and the overall level of support for disturbance-based practices. Findings suggest the public generally supports the disturbance-based concept, particularly ecological benefits, but many individuals are still uncertain about details and are withholding judgment until they see the outcomes of implementation. Support is highly correlated with citizensí past interaction with local managers. Major concerns involve the amount of timber harvesting necessary to achieve objectives and the possibility that changing national politics may influence the consistency of agency policies toward disturbance-based management. Figures.
Your Mental Health: A Layman's Guide to the Psychiatrist's Bible
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Peopleís Charter?: Forty Years of the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949
Dress Codes: Meanings & Messages in American Culture
Supporting the Sky
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