3 edition of Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir found in the catalog.
Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir
1992 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or. (333 S.W. First Ave., P.O.Box 3890, Portland 97208) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Hoskins Study, 1963-83., Levels of growing stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir.|
|Statement||David D. Marshall, John F. Bell, John C. Tappeiner.|
|Series||Research paper PNW -- RP-448., Research paper PNW -- 448.|
|Contributions||Bell, John F., Tappeiner, J. C., Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
Author abstract. This study looked at early height growth of planted white spruce Picea glauca (Moench) Voss around the Fairbanks area. The effort focused on two Levels-of-Growing-Stock (LOGS) experimental plantations located in the Bonanza Creek Experimental Forest that incorporated an espacement study.
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Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study on Douglas-fir. Portland, Or.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Get this from a library.
Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir. Report no. 13, The Francis study, [Gerald E Hoyer; Norman A Andersen; David D Marshall; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)].
Title. Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in douglas-fir. Report no. 8, The LOGS study, twenty-year results / Related Titles. Related/Analytical: Levels of growing stock cooperative study in douglas-fir. Related/Analytical: LOGS study, twenty-year results.
Series: Research paper PNW ; By. Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in douglas-fir: report no. Stampede Creek: a year progress report / Related Titles Related/Analytical: Stampede Creek: a year progress report.
The cooperative levels-of-growing-stock (LOGS) study in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) was begun to study the relations between growing stock, growth, cumulative wood. Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in douglas-fir Item Preview Trees Oregon Growth Statistics, Trees Washington (State) Growth Statistics, Trees Canada Growth Statistics, Douglas fir Oregon, Douglas fir Washington (State) Douglas fir Canada Publisher This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity.
This report documents the history and results of the Iron Creek installation of the cooperative Levels-of-Growing-Stock (LOGS) study in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco), over the period (ages 19 to 59).
This is a plantation on an excellent site, and is one of nine installations in the study. Results are generally consistent with those from other LOGS Cited by: 1. Effects of variable-density thinning on understory diversity and heterogeneity in young Douglas-fir forests / Summary Nine years after variable-density thinning (VDT) on the Forest Ecosystem Study, we examined low understory vegetation in 60 plots of eight stands (four pairs of VDT and control).
Dwarf mistletoe and its effect upon the larch and Douglas fir of Western Montana / (Missoula: School of Forestry, Montana State University, ), by William R. Pierce and State University of Montana (Missoula). School of Forestry (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Genetic and Silvicultural Foundations for Management PUBLICATIONS Curtis, Robert. Levels-of-Growing Stock Cooperative Study in Douglas-Fir.
Res. Pap. PNW-RP Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. Levels-of-Growing Stock Cooperative Study in Douglas-fir: Report No. The levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir is in its early years.
The publications describe the thinning regimes, the study areas, and the cooperators. During the next year, publications on several of the study areas will cover early response. The bibliography is not exhaustive, and the selection of publications is the sole.
True fir spacing and yield trials: year update Summary This report updates data and comparisons from previous reports (Curtis and othersCurtis ) on a series of precommercial thinning and yield trials in high-elevation true fir-hemlock stands, using data from the 12 replicates for which year data are now available.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Ecology and development of Douglas-fir seedlings and associated plant species in a coast range plantation.
Bibliographic Details; Main Author: McDonald, Philip M. Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir report no. Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in douglas-fir. 10 20 30 40 RD 50 60 70 80 Figure —Comparison of shapes of installation curves (IndD = a, + bRD + cln(Hi Hm)) fitted with common slopes for all periods within a single installation.
Heninger, Ronald; William Scott, Alex Dobkowski, Richard Miller, Harry Anderson, Steve Duke. Soil disturbance and year growth response of coast Douglas-fir on nontilled and tilled skid trails in the Oregon Cascades. Mar 31, · Curtis RO, Marshall DD et al () Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: Report No.
19–the Iron Creek study, – United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station Google ScholarAuthor: Vladimir L. Gavrikov. Mar 31, · Curtis RO, Marshall DD et al () Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: Report No.
19–the Iron Creek Study, – United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station Google ScholarAuthor: Vladimir L.
Gavrikov. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Alan Berg books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. May 22, · Progress 10/01/08 to 09/30/09 Outputs OUTPUTS: A series of Douglas-fir test sites were established this past year to test the idea of moving seed sources in response to climate change and evaluate options for adapting to climate change through assisted migration, using silvicultural and genetic options.
In the past years, the Pacific Northwest Research Station has established. Growth trends of young Douglas-fir plantations with varying levels of Swiss needle cast in north coastal Oregon. Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
Curtis RO, Marshall DD et al () Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglasfir: Report No. the Iron Creek Study, United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Results of the Hoskins levels-of-growing-stock (LOGS) study in western Oregon are summarized and management implications discussed through the fifth and final planned treatment period.
To age 40 thinnings in this low site I Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.). Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in douglas-fir: Report No.
The Francis study, Forest Service research paper. Technical Report Hoyer, G.E.; Andersen, N.A.; Marshall, D. The levels-of-growing-stock studies in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco), were designed to test the influence of treatment regimes by.
Forest History Association of Wisconsin Collection. Select by: Author. Call Number (Subject) Berg, Alan B., and John F.
Bell. Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study on Douglas-fir. Portland, Or.: Pacific Fahey, Thomas D., and Douglas L.
Hunt. Lumber recovery from Douglas-fir thinnings at a bandmill and two chipping canters. Media in category " books" Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in douglas-fir - report no. Stampede Creek - a year progress report () ().jpg 2, × 3,; KB.
Price projections for selected grades of Douglas-fir, coast hem- fir, Category combines topics: book, date of publication, It is essential that students read the appropriate book readings and/or publications before the class periods.
Marshall, D. and Curtis, R. Levels of growing stock cooperative study in Douglas_fir: Report No. 15_Hoskins: _ Levels-of-Growing-Stock Cooperative Study in Douglas-fir: Report No.
10 - The Hoskins Study, Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study on Douglas-fir: report no. 5 – the Hoskins study, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station.
A large research effort was initiated in the s in western United States and Canada to investigate how the development of old-growth structures can be accelerated in young even-aged stands that regenerated following clearcut harvests, while also providing income and ecosystem services.
Large-scale experiments were established to compare effects of thinning arrangements (e.g., spatial Cited by: 7. Most evidence, however, indicates the intercept is independent of site quality; e.g., the Drew and Flewelling () study for Douglas-fir stands and a study by Dean, Long and Smith (unpublished data) which examined combinations of average tree volume and density for lodgepole pine in three different site index classes (Fig.
5).Cited by: Vol no Douglas fir tussock moth egg hatch and larval development in relation to phenology of grand fir and Douglas-fir in northeastern Oregon - by Wickman, Boyd E.
cn; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.). In this work, we examine the effects of commercial thinning on stand volume and individual stem form in nine naturally regenerated black spruce (Picea mariana (Mill.) B.S.P.) stands.
We compared these study sites with controls in the commercial boreal forest of northern Quebec, Canada. At stand level, dendrochronological data provided insight into changes in stand volume ten years after Author: Manon Vincent, Cornelia Krause, Ahmed Koubaa.
Isaac, L.A., Life of Douglas Fir Seed in the Forest Floor. Journal of Forestry 35, 61– Journal of Forestry SW Washington seed survival and germination PSME seeds either germinate or decay within one year after falling onto forest floor, regardless of overstory condition Hofmann Hofmann, J.V., The Establishment of a Douglas Fir.
Aug 15, · To answer these and other similar questions, we need to better understand the impacts of forest management practices on composition, structure and growth of forest vegetation (Problem 2).
Although site resources need not be finite, the purpose of all cultural operations is to reallocate site resources to meet the objectives of the forest manager. This study compared growth characteristics of two naturally established, unmanaged, late-immature, Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco] stands.
Both stands were very similar in regards to age, site index, relative density and history, but represented two different ecosystems. The objective was to determine and explain differences in major growth characteristics between the two.
Re-measurement data over a period of four years from 24 permanent plots were analyzed to determine the effects of three different spacing regimes on growth of uneven-aged interior Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca), near Williams Lake, British Columbia. Spacing was carried out during the fall and winter of Growth was analyzed at the stand and individual tree level.
Estate Planning For Forest Landowners What Will Become of Your Timberland. Harry L. Haney, Jr., and William C. Siegel Harry L.
Haney, Jr., is professor and extension specialist, F. Growth and economic returns after precommercial thinning non-uniform white fir stands in California.
For. Ecol. Manage., This study examines problems associated with the description of heterogeneous young- growth stands and modelling their growth following howtogetridofbadbreath.club by: 1. nthe Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (AFES) began studying the Growth and Yield of Alaska’s Northern Forest.1 Part of that program is a Levels–of–Growing–Stock (LOGS.
Siamene Home Treatment; Levels-of-Growing-Stock Cooperative Study on Douglas-Fir Report No. 5, Levels-of-Growing-Stock Cooperative Study in Douglas-Fir Preliminary Results, Stampede Creek, and Some Comparisons With Iron Creek and Hoskins by Richard L.
Williamson. Vol. Book of Standards. ASTM D Philadelphia. American Society for Testing Materials. Levels of growing stock cooperative study on douglas fir. Report No. The Hoskins Study, USDA For.
Sen Res. Pap. PNW Pacific A.B. and John, A.B. Levels of growing stock cooperative study on douglas fir. Report No. The. Briegleb Douglas-fir Levels-of-Growing-Stock Study (Curtis ) Treatment means of cumulative gross CVTS yields in relation to top height.
Average of controls Increasing thinning across sites intensity (cumulative loss of site occupancy or resources) Growth, Yield, and .This book presents an extensive overview of the methodology one might use to develop forest and natural resource management plans.
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