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Careful logging, partial cutting and the protection of terrestrial and aquatic habitatsAuthor(s): Daniel C. Dey
Source: Forest Research Information No. 177. 1994. pp. 53-65.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionStand management activites influence (1) tree growth and quality; (2) stand structure, stocking and composition; (3) wildlife and aquatic habitat quality; and (4) long-term site productivity. The cumulative impacts of stand-level treatments affect ecosystem structure and function at the landscape level.
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CitationDey, Daniel C. 1994. Careful logging, partial cutting and the protection of terrestrial and aquatic habitats. Forest Research Information No. 177. 1994. pp. 53-65.
Keywordslogging, terrestrial, aquatic habitats, silviculture, stand growth
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