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    Author(s): Chris B. LeDoux
    Date: 2004
    Source: In: Bennett, Karen P., tech. coord. The 6th eastern old growth forest conference. Moving toward sustainable forestry: lessons from old growth forests; 2004 September 23-26; Moultonborough, NH. University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Natural Resource Network Report. UNV Cooperative Extention, Durham, NH: 31.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Contemporary forest management practices require a variety of retention treatments that leave clumps, blocks, strips, or zones of existing forest cover in order to achieve a wide array of biodiversity, wildlife, visual, ecological, and old growth creation/conservation objectives. Some of these practices call for leaving a portion or portions of existing stands for extended periods of time to accomplish such objectives.

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    LeDoux, Chris B. 2004. Estimating the capital recovery costs of managing for old growth forests. In: Bennett, Karen P., tech. coord. The 6th eastern old growth forest conference. Moving toward sustainable forestry: lessons from old growth forests; 2004 September 23-26; Moultonborough, NH. University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Natural Resource Network Report. UNV Cooperative Extention, Durham, NH: 31.

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