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Density management and riparian buffer study in Western Oregon: Phase 1 results, launch of phase 2 [brochure]Author(s): Rhonda Mazza
Publication Series: Brochures
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionCan we expedite the development of late-successional forest conditions by applying thinning treatments to young forest stands? What effect will these thinning treatments have on headwater ecosystems? These broad questions lie at the foundation of the Density Management and Riparian Buffer Study (DMS) of western Oregon.
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CitationMazza, Rhonda. 2009. Density management and riparian buffer study in western Oregon: Phase 1 results, launch of phase 2 [brochure]. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
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