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Northwest research experimental forests: A hundred years in the makingAuthor(s): Theresa B. Jain
Source: Western Forester. 60(4): 1-4.
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Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Experimental Forests: Great places to learn about forest science and management
DescriptionOver the past 100 years, experimental forests and ranges (forests) have supported research that produced long-term knowledge about our forests and ranges, and their resources. These forests are living laboratories and are rare assets that serve as places to conduct forest research to meet society’s natural resource needs.
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CitationJain, Theresa B. 2015. Northwest research experimental forests: A hundred years in the making. Western Forester. 60(4): 1-4.
Keywordsexperimental forests, forest management, ecosystem, research, science
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