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Communicating the role of silviculture in managing the national forests: Proceedings of the National Silviculture Workshop

Author(s):

Northeastern Forest Experiment Station

Year:

1997

Publication type:

General Technical Report (GTR)

Primary Station(s):

Northern Research Station

Historical Station(s):

Northeastern Research Station

Source:

Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-238. Radnor, PA: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 205p.

Description

Contains 32 articles on communicating the values and benefits of silviculture in managing the national forests. Specific topics addressed are how communications affect: policymakers, inventory and monitoring, resource management, research, education and demonstration, and partnerships.

Opening remarks: welcome to the Allegheny National Forest; but will we be here 10 years from now?
Communicating silviculture: values and benefits for the new millennium
Silviculture: what is it like, and where have we journeyed?
Stewart's maxims: eight "do's" for successfully communicating silviculture to policymakers
Is the northern spotted owl worth more than the orangutan?
Carbon sequestration in forests as a national policy issue
Plant morphological characteristics as a tool in monitoring response to silvicultural activities
Monitoring the effects of partial cutting and gap size on microclimate and vegetation responses in northern hardwood forests in Wisconsin
Communicating the role of science in managing giant sequoia groves
Communicating the role of genetics in management
Demonstrating vegetation dynamics using SIMPPLLE
Preparing for the gypsy moth - design and analysis for stand management Dorr Run, Wayne National Forest
Communicating old-growth forest management on the Allegheny National Forest
Use of expert systems for integrated silvicultural planning
Assessing Native American disturbances in mixed oak forests of the Allegheny Plateau
Communicating the role of silviculture and Forest Service silviculture research in the interior West
The value of long-term silvicultural research studies
Defining the role of silvicultural research in the Northeastern Forest Experiment Station
Two-age silviculture on the Monongahela National Forest - managers and scientists assess 17 years of communication
Use of molecular genetic markers in forest management
North American long-term soil productivity research program
Communicating the story of silviculture on the Allegheny National Forest
Bent Creek demonstration program
Evaluating and communicating options for harvesting young-growth douglas-fir forests
Seeing is believing
An historical overview of forest service silvicultural activities in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands
Communicating the value and benefits of silviculture through partnerships and collaborative stewardship
Demonstrating appropriate silviculture for sustainable forestry in central Siberia: a Russian - American partnership
The Blue Mountains Natural Resources Institute: partnerships that demonstrate the role of silviculture in forest management
Monitoring the mighty duck timber sale: a national forest - conservation organization - research partnership
The role of silviculture in the active management of riparian zone vegetation in the Oregon Coast Range: a partnership between researchers and managers
Raccoon ecological management area: partnership between Forest Service research and Mead Corporation

Citation

Northeastern Forest Experiment Station 1997. Communicating the role of silviculture in managing the national forests: Proceedings of the National Silviculture Workshop. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-238. Radnor, PA: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 205p.

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