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Bureau of Land Management density management study.Author(s): John Cissel; Paul Anderson; Shanti Berryman; Sam Chan; Deanna Olson; Klaus Puettman
Source: In: Annual Report 2004, Cooperative Forest Ecosystem Research Program, p. 31-38
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Pacific Northwest Research Station (PNW), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and Oregon State University (OSU) established the Density Management Study (DMS) in 1994 to develop and test options for young stand management to meet Northwest Forest Plan objectives in western Oregon. The DMS demonstrates and evaluates alternative approaches to managing 40- to 70-year-old forest on low-elevation sites in western Oregon to create and maintain late successional forest characteristics.
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CitationCissel, John; Anderson, Paul; Berryman, Shanti; Chan, Sam; Olson, Deanna; Puettman, Klaus. 2004. Bureau of Land Management density management study. In: Annual Report 2004, Cooperative Forest Ecosystem Research Program, p. 31-38
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