ECO-Report - 1999 Symposium highlights five years of learningAuthor(s): Janie Canton-Thompson; Jane Kapler Smith; Greg Jones; Perry J. Brown; Stephen F. Arno; Orville L. Daniels; Dale A. Burk; Colin C. Hardy; Dave Silvieus; Kristi D. Pflug; Bruce Winhorst; Brooke Thompson; Yvette K. Ortega; Kevin S. McKelvey; Tom Thompson; Dean E. Pearson; Cathy Stewart; Janet Sullivan
Source: Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project. 20 p.
Publication Series: Science Bulletins and Newsletters
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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ECO-Report is an annual Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) publication which contains a set of articles showcasing the Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project (BEMRP) research projects and activities. The articles are concise, user-friendly, and designed to inform a broad range of audiences interested in ecosystem management. Articles featured in this issue: 1999 Symposium Highlights Five Years of Learning; The Past Six Years (1994-1999); The “Spotlight”...highlighting researchers at work: Mick Harrington; It’s All in the Family - Sibling Ecosystem Management Research Projects; Rio Grande Ecosystem Management Research Project; Great Basin Research and Management Project; Blue Mountains Natural Resource Institute; Southwestern Borderlands Project; Colorado Front Range Ecosystem Management Research Project; "A Look to the Future"; Agencies Within Communities, Communities Within Ecosystems; The Economics of Ecosystem Management; Reaching a Sociological Maximum in the Bitterroot Valley; Book Report: A Review of Nature and the Human Spirit: Toward An Expanded Land Management Ethic; Historical Perspective on Ecosystem-based Management; The Bitterroot Controversy - A View from the Inside; Early Attempts at Stevensville (1944-1965); The Bitterroot Controversy - Revisited; On the Move: Recent Happenings in Vegetation Research; Fire and Silviculture to the Rescue; Ameliorating Unhealthy Forest Conditions; Ameliorating Unhealthy Forest Conditions; Understory Burning Gets the Job Done; The Virtues and Travails of Whitebark Pine; The Bitterbrush Problem: Survival Help for a Plant That Helps Game Survive; The Bear Overlook Prescribed Fire Project - A Case Study in Whitebark Pine Restoration; Evaluating the Ecology and Restoration of Winter Range Sites; Doing BEMRP Bird Point Counts; Deer Mice, Knapweed, and Gall Flies; The Continuing Saga of an Avian Community; REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES - WHAT THE USERS ARE SAYING Using MAGIS at the Fine Scale; REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES - WHAT THE USERS ARE SAYING SIMPPLLE in Practice; Recent Developments in Landscape Modeling; Choosing Effective Treatments for a Landscape.
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Canton-Thompson, Janie; Smith, Jane Kapler; Jones, Greg; Brown, Perry J.; Arno, Stephen F.; Daniels, Orville L.; Burk, Dale A.; Hardy, Colin C.; Silvieus, Dave; Pflug, Kristi D.; Winhorst, Bruce; Thompson, Brooke; Ortega, Yvette K.; McKelvey, Kevin S.; Thompson, Tom; Pearson, Dean E.; Stewart, Cathy; Sullivan, Janet. 1999. ECO-Report - 1999 Symposium highlights five years of learning. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project. 20 p.
KeywordsBitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project, BEMRP, Forest Service Research, ecosystem management, Field Trips Open and Close Symposium
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