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ECO-Report - The case for research: How it makes a difference to managersAuthor(s): Janie Canton-Thompson; Marcia Patton-Mallory; Sue Heald; Sharon Ritter; Robert D. Pfister; Dean E. Pearson; Yvette K. Ortega; Alan Watson; Elaine Kennedy Sutherland; Greg Jones
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: The Case for Research: How It Makes a Difference to Managers; The Rocky Mountain Research Station Strategic Framework; Montana Ecosystem Management Learning Center Program Efforts in the Bitterroot; The Logic Behind Forest Management; The Case For Thinning: One Size Doesn’t Fit All An Interview with Kevin Ryan; Why Manage Fire Recovery in the Bitterroot National Forest?; Research and Management Coordination on the Bitterroot National Forest; New Forest Supervisor at the Helm; Watershed Councils: Voluntary Shepherds of Montana Watersheds; The Road to Vegetation Classification and Mapping Standards; Impacts of Treatments on Life Functions of Second-Growth Ponderosa Pine; Effects of Exotic Plant Invasion and Associated Biological Control Agents on Deer Mouse Populations; The Connection Between Wilderness Dams and Life in the Bitterroot Valley; Vegetation Science Research in the Bitterroot: "So What?" - The Applicability of Research; The "Spotligh"...highlighting researchers at work: Alan Watson; Who We Are, Where We Have Been, and Where We Are Going.
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Canton-Thompson, Janie; Patton-Mallory, Marcia; Heald, Sue; Ritter, Sharon; Pfister, Robert D.; Pearson, Dean E.; Ortega, Yvette K.; Watson, Alan; Sutherland, Elaine Kennedy; Jones, Greg. 2003. ECO-Report - The case for research: How it makes a difference to managers. 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
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