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Simulating timber management in Lake States forests / Gary J. Brand

Gary J Brand

Simulating timber management in Lake States forests / Gary J. Brand

by Gary J Brand

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Published by North Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Timber -- Great Lakes Region,
  • Forest management -- Great Lakes Region,
  • Trees -- Great Lakes Region -- Growth -- Data processing

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesGeneral technical report NC -- 69
    ContributionsNorth Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13604958M

    Ulrike Hiltner, Andreas Huth, Achim Bräuning, Bruno Hérault, Rico Fischer, Simulation of succession in a neotropical forest: High selective logging intensities prolong the recovery times of ecosystem functions, Forest Ecology and Management, /, , (), (). The importance of non-timber forest products for forest-based rural livelihoods: an evolving research agenda Mirjam A.F. Ros-Tonen1 K. Freerk Wiersum2 SUMMARY In the past, the capacity of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) to contribute to tropical forest conservation and poverty alleviation was regarded as very promising.

    Goals / Objectives Although successful in transitioning the region to annual inventories, challenges remain. We must now maintain the effort on a sustained annual basis and improve its efficiency if we are going to meet all deadlines and requirements for conducting annual inventories and delivering privacy-protected results. Owen State Putnam Spencer, IN Forest medal Run Indiana Fun OPSF finisher finisher Indiana OPSF Fun Owen Forest medal IN State Run Putnam Spencer, $ Weyerhaeuser Forest Products Ad, Owen Lau Gowman Weyerhaeuser Forest.

    Tropical forests contain an incredible diversity of fruit, nuts, oil seeds, latexes, resins, gums, spices, and medicinal plants of great potential economic value. This report summarizes the current state of knowledge on the ecology of these non-timber resources and outlines a series of management recommendations for their sustainable harvest. Source: Proceedings, Southern Forest Science Conference. 10 pp. Abstract. The forests of Southern United States are the source of many non-timber forest products (NTFPs). The collection, trade and use of these products have been important to rural economies since Europeans settled in this country.


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Simulating timber management in Lake States forests / Gary J. Brand by Gary J Brand Download PDF EPUB FB2

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By Gary J. Brand. Abstract. 25 p. Topics: Timber--Great Lakes Region., Forest management--Great Lakes Region., Trees- Author: Gary J. Brand. Gary J. Brand. Note: this person is no longer a Forest Service Research & Development employee.

SIMULATING TIMBER MANAGEMENT IN - LAI STATE S FORE STS1 Gary J. Brand, Research Forester., o I Tree growth modelsare useful tools in projecting be grown is represented in the computer by a tree list the growth of forest stands. If a growth model.

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Kruse1, William F. Porter* State University of New York, College of Environrnental Science and Forestt3, 1 Forestry Drive, Syracuse, NY.

Guided by law, regulation, and agency policy, Forest Service forest managers use timber sales, as well as other vegetation management techniques such as prescibed fire, to achieve these objectives.

These activities have captured substantial public attention, and in some cases, become hotly debated issues. Private industrial forest ownership is concentrated in the South, Pacific, Northwest, upper Lake States, and northern New England 2.

Source: U.S. Forest Service The forest themselves, along with the services to manage them, extract and produce wood, and turn or convert wood into products are all part of the supply chain industries that make of. Timber sales allow for the sustainable harvest of timber for commercial purposes on public land.

The availability of timber for harvest depends on the age and condition of the timber, land status, and public demand, among other land use considerations.

If you are interested in purchasing timber from BLM administered lands, please contact your local district or field office.

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Timber certification: a critique. J.-P. Kiekens Jean-Pierre Kiekens is head of the consulting firm Environmental Strategies Europe (ESE) and lectures on development economics at the Université libre de Bruxelles. It all started with tropical timber.

Let us use the "power of the market" to generate incentives for sustainable management - by labelling tropical timber originating from. Chapter 6: Smallholder Forest Management: Looking Beyond Non-Timber Forest Products Christine Padoch and Miguel Pinedo-Vasquez Chapter 7: Household Extractive Economies Mauro W.B.

Almeida Chapter 8: Developing Research Frames for Non-Timber Forest Products Experience from Ghana Julia Falconer v Front pages 6/24/98 PM Page 5.

Nonforest land: Land that does not support or has never supported, forests and lands formerly forested where use of timber management is precluded by development for other uses. Includes area used for crops, improved pasture, residential areas, city parks, improved roads of any width and adjoining rights-of-way, powerline clearings of any width.

Bell Timber incorporates Best Management Practices for water quality and is committed to managing your forest resources under sound forestry practices outlined in Sustainable Forest Initiatives. Bell Timber, Inc. offers a Management Assistance Program for private landowners who own forested land in specific areas of the lake states, the great.

Best Management Practices guide landowners toward healthy woods. Credit: Rob Amberg Forested land is essential for about two thirds of our drinking water.

That’s why managing this land with water quality in mind is critical to protecting freshwater supplies today and for generations to come.

Following the passage of the Clean Water Act in the s, most. information for a Timber Management Plan: a. Goals – describe the ownership goals for the land and provide an outline of the intended management of the land.

Forest types and stands – provide an inventory of the timber by forest type including stocking levels and forest health conditions. Resource inventory and environmental impact. With roughly 94 percent of forestland in Texas privately owned, the trees, forests—and the benefits they provide - rests in the hands of thousands of Texans.

While keeping the entire state's forested landscape in mind, we inform and educate landowners on sustainable land management practices. Pass the land and passion for timber. Forest landowner activities change over the lifespan of the forest and ownership cycle.

Patterns of change emerge which suggest the evolving nature of forest landownership and Non-industrial Private Forest (NIPF) landowners’ interest in their land. The objective of this study was to examine trends in NIPF landowners’ distribution of forestry expenses in their management activities over time.

Get this from a library. Nontimber forest products management on national forests in the United States. [Rebecca J McLain; Eric T Jones; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)] -- "This study provides an overview of nontimber forest products (NTFP) programs on national forests in the United States.

We conducted an email survey in to obtain data on NTFP management. and Gary J. Brand, Mensurationist Long range planning is an essential part of all and forest resources other than timber have received forest resource management. Prudent management little attention. requires accurate estimates of both current resource As a result of these many needs, the development.Forest/ timber management.

Select a region by clicking on the color coded map or by using the dropdown. Region/County.Stratification of forest land for timber management planning on the western national forests / J.H. Wikstrom and S. Blair Hutchison by Wikstrom, John H; Hutchison, S. Blair (Samuel Blair), ; Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah) 1n.