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Cutting priority in old growth stands of the Douglas-fir region

Nicholas Victor Mason

Cutting priority in old growth stands of the Douglas-fir region

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest management.,
  • Old growth forests.,
  • Douglas fir.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Nicholas Victor Mason.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14308031M

    Large areas of the zone, however, are dominated by second growth and some old growth Douglas fir forests. Much of the subregion has been logged or logged and burned during the past years. Douglas fir regeneration is frequently favored over western hemlock on mineral soil, particularly in the hotter, drier areas of the zone. Partial cutting is a type of small- to intermediate-scale disturbance that affects forest community dynamics and ecosystem processes by creating canopy gaps of various sizes through the harvesting of trees. Studies of canopy gap dynamics have contributed significantly to our understanding of the role of disturbance in forests, but have been little used by foresters for predicting ecosystem.


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Cutting priority in old growth stands of the Douglas-fir region by Nicholas Victor Mason Download PDF EPUB FB2

An old-growth forest — also termed primary forest, virgin forest, primeval forest, late seral forest, or forest primeval — is a forest that has attained great age without significant disturbance and thereby exhibits unique ecological features and might be classified as a climax community.

Old-growth features include diverse tree-related structures that provide diverse wildlife habitat that. Forest-management research continues on partial cutting in old-growth Douglas fir, management of second-growth Douglas fir, and silviculture of ponderosa pine.

A new line of work in this field aimed at translating small-plot results into practical woods operation has been set up to test silvicultural, mensurational, fire, and economic study.

Douglas-fir trees > years old were found in 84% of stands, yet only 18% of these stands (15% overall) lack evidence of fire since the establishment of these old trees, whereas 73% of all. Old-growth trees constituted 90 percent of the total volume of the old-growth stands with a cull factor ranging from 25 to 35 percent.

Growth rates after logging on productive land were estimated to average board feet per acre for Douglas fir and redwood types and board feet for mixed conifer and fir. Logging: Lightly-shaded areas, such as those occurring a few decades after thinning, can promote oceanspray growth.

In Douglas fir-western hemlock forests of coastal Oregon, oceanspray was associated with intermediate tree densities (P fir stands in northern Idaho, its cover peaked about 20 years after logging. Promoting old-growth characteristics and long-term wood production in Douglas-fir forests Article in Forest Ecology and Management () May with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Some stands run much higher. The average of old-growth Douglas-fir volume in the entire Study Area is ab board feet per acre. Quality is superior, but it is a disappearing characteristic of natural stands.

It will not be replaced in new stands because future managed crops will. Comparative analysis of Bacillus thuringiensis toxin binding to gypsy moth, browntail moth, and douglas-fir tussock moth midgut tissue sections using fluorescence microscopy: Valaitis, Algimantas P.; Podgwaite, John D.

Other-NRS-p Behavior and ecology of exotic and native siricids and their hymenopteran parasitoids in southern pine stands. An ectomycorrhiza (from Greek ἐκτός ektos, "outside", μύκης mykes, "fungus", and ῥίζα rhiza, "root"; pl.

ectomycorrhizas or ectomycorrhizae, abbreviated EcM) is a form of symbiotic relationship that occurs between a fungal symbiont, or mycobiont, and the roots of various plant mycobiont is often from the phyla Basidiomycota and Ascomycota, and more rarely from the.

Morris, William G. Effects of slash burning in overmature stands of the Douglas-fir region. Forest Science.

16(3): [] Moss, E. Flora of Alberta. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [] Mueggler, Walter F. Ecology of seral shrub communities in the cedar-hemlock zone of northern Idaho. Eastern Old-Growth Forests is the first book devoted exclusively to old growth throughout the East.

Authoritative essays from leading experts examine the ecology and characteristics of eastern old growth, explore its history and value-both ecological and cultural- and make recommendations for its book provides a thorough over-view of the importance Brand: Island Press.

FORESTRY. FORESTRY. Forestry is the scientific management of forests for the production of lumber and other resources. Although concern about the depletion of forest resources dates back to the colonial period, it was not until the s that forestry came into its own in the United development of the science of silviculture (tree growing) in Europe, widespread fears of.

The southern slopes are dominated by old-growth Douglas fir, a few old sugar pine and a well developed secondary canopy of live oak, tanoak and madrone. Large portions of the stand support a broken canopy of live oak, pierced by large, old fir between 30" and 56" in diameter.

The understory is sparse and rocky with minimal understory fuel. Some stages carry out these activities more efficiently than others, however. Old-growth forests in the Douglas-fir region are particularly effective at regulating water flows and re- ).

Old-growth stands obviously have a greater range of tree sizes and conditions than do younger stands and generally have a more heterogeneous forest. A movement based on the above principles could protect millions of acres of wilderness more stringently than could any congressional act, could insure the propagation of the Grizzly and other threatened life forms better than could an army of game wardens, and could lead to the retreat of industrial civilization from large areas of forest, mountain, desert, prairie, seashore, swamp, tundra.

Mill Creek is a 25,acre temperate rainforest located on California’s North Coast, just south of the Oregon-California to ancient redwoods, hundreds of native plant species, and two critical salmon-bearing streams, Mill Creek was identified as a priority for protection in the s.

Full text of "Uneven-aged silviculture and management in the United States: combined proceedings of two in-service workshops held in Morgantown, West Virginia, July, and in Redding, California, OctoberSee other formats.

Although the word forest is commonly used, there is no universally recognised precise definition, with more than definitions of forest used around the world. Although a forest is usually defined by the presence of trees, under many definitions an area completely lacking trees may still be considered a forest if it grew trees in the past, will grow trees in the future, or was legally.

An immense, solitary Douglas fir stands inside a vast clear-cut. Sun-bleached slash stretches in all directions; the tree’s shadow reaches for a nearby second growth forest. Branded Big Lonely Doug by the Ancient Forest Alliance, photographs and posters of this giant crystallized a campaign to help preserve some of Vancouver Island’s.

Again take note that the BC government and logging industry's stats on how much old-growth remains and is protected are deliberately misleading by including stunted non-commercial bogs and subalpine stands on steep rocky mountainsides with the productive stands with big trees targeted by the logging industry, and by combining the northern.

This unit on the East Fork of Seiad Creek would log extensive stands of fire-affected, old-growth Ponderosa and sugar pine, as well as stands of old-growth fir. It is on the western margin of the 2,acre clearcut planned by the Klamath National Forest. Franco) old-growth stands on 10 sites and compared them with young-growth stands ( years old, regenerated after timber harvest) in the Coast Range of western Oregon.

The diameters and diameter growth rates for the first years of trees in the old-growth stands were significantly greater than those in the young-growth stands. COLUMBIA FALLS (AP)— Skating his fingertips across the concentric rings of an old-growth Douglas fir, Roy Thompson traced the tree's year history in the Northern Rockies like a blind man.

intermediate-aged or mature trees in an uneven-aged forest are cut singly or in small groups. This reduces crowding, encourages growth of younger trees, maintains an uneven-aged stand of trees of diff species, allows natural regeneration from the surrounding trees, can protect the site from soil erosion and wind damage, can be used to remove diseased trees, and allows a forest to be used for.

Move over, Douglas-fir: Oregon white oaks need room to grow. Thompson, J. Science Findings-PNW Bat wing biometrics: using collagen–elastin bundles in bat wings as a unique individual identifier: Amelon, Sybill K.; Hooper, Sarah E.; Womack, Kathryn M.

The book seeks to address many of the questions that you have raised and they would perhaps be just as true in the US as here. PS: The mountain range I live in has some old stands of Douglas Fir which sound pretty much as you describe : Kyle Chamberlain.

In Douglas- fir stands in northern Idaho, its cover peaked about 20 years after logging. Creambush oceanspray cover in unlogged and logged Douglas-fir stands in northern Idaho Treatment Unlogged Logged 13 years previous Logged 20 years previous Logged.

Introduction. New silvicultural practices are increasingly being proposed in the boreal forest to pursue different aims, including a higher volume growth of individual trees, favouring the establishment of natural regeneration or emulating natural disturbances (Thorpe and Thomas, ; Bose et al., ).Careful logging around small merchantable stems (CLASS, known as CPPTM in Cited by: 9.

Billings, W. () The structure and development of old field shortleaf pine stands and certain associated physical properties of the soil. Ecological Monographs, 8, – Biondini, M. E., Steuter, A.

and Grygiel, C. () Seasonal fire effects on the diversity patterns, spatial distribution and community structure of Cited by: Stands considered “high hazard” for a Douglas-fir beetle outbreak have average Douglas-fir diameters greater than 23 cm dbh, average age of Douglas-fir in the stand greater than years, stocking densities exceeding 28 m 2 /ha, and more than a 50% Douglas-fir by: Maintaining habitat in landscapes that contain a greater proportion of open canopy yellow pine and/or dry Douglas-fir stands and greater proportions of mature and old-growth stands may be especially important to owls (Linkhart and ReynoldsWright et al.van Woudenberg ).

Based out of Roseburg, Oregon, this group was fighting to save old growth stands under threat of logging around the Umpqua River watershed. At that time in the s, the Umpqua region was the center of renewed attempts to log old growth forests as a result of something called the Salvage Rider (background link and link).

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Full text of "Research Paper". The density of microhabitat-bearing trees was almost 13 times higher in stands that were more than 90 years old since last cutting than in stands of 0–30 years post-cutting (densities of trees (SE): 0–30 years = () trees ha −1; >90 years = () trees ha −1).Cited by: However, in light of the wide range of BA growth rates measured at Railroad Gulch, any future refinement or development of stand growth and yield models for the redwood region should include a productivity index term as a modifier that adjusts predicted BA growth rate to better account for differences in site quality within and between by: In southern Washington Cascades Douglas-fir forests bandtails were more abundant in mature stands ( years old) than in wet old-growth ( yrs) or young stands ( years; Manuwal ).

In Oregon, Pacific red elder (SAMBUCUS RACEMOSA var. ARBORESCENS) and cascara buckthorn (RHAMNUS PURSHIANA) are especially important for forage. Toward reference conditions: wildfire effects on flora in an old‐growth ponderosa pine forest.

Forest Ecology and Management– [Google Scholar] *Laughlin, D. & Grace, J. A multivariate model of plant species richness in forested systems: old‐growth montane forests with a long history of fire. Oikos60–Cited by: A young growth forest is not, of course, the same as an old-growth forest, and the logging of redwoods, whether young growth or old-growth, impacts many more species than just the trees being.

Until now we are harvesting less than is growing, and of course, in the Northwest now on the approximately 25 million acres in the Douglas fir region, that has been reduced substantially. If half of the Douglas fir region, under Federal ownership were in mature status, then it would be breathing with just one lung, you might say.

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. The dead/live tree ratio was generally greater for old-growth than for mature second-growth forests (70 to 90 yr old).

Mean volume of standing dead trees across all old-growth sites was m 3 /ha and down wood was m 3 /ha.Fuel Management a priority in all cut blocks. Dry, Lp stands targeted in the Phoenix and Steep Creek area. Fire-proofing stands in Rock Creek and May Creek.

Evidence of Douglas fir beetle and root rot stands are being targeted. Working with Ministry on potential trap trees for fir beetle.How Harley Rustad's award-winning magazine article about saving a tree grew into the book Big Lonely Doug The West Coast journalist on writing about the logging industry, environmental activism.