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Vascular Plant Species of the Forest Ecology Research and Demonstration Area, Paul Smith's, New YorkAuthor(s): Gary L. Wade; Jonathan A. Myers; Cecilia R. Martin; Kathie Detmar; William, III Mator; Mark J. Twery; Mike Rechlin
Source: Res. Note NE-380. Newtown Squre, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. 6 p.
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionFive forest harvest methods (single-tree selection, group selection, two-age cut, shelterwood cut, and clearcut) are being demonstrated on 5-acre tracts near the Adirondack Park Agency?s Visitor Interpretation Center (VIC) at Paul Smith?s, New York. The tracts are part of the agency?s Forest Ecology Research and Demonstration Area. A primary goal is to show visitors what each forest harvest treatments look like and how various logging methods affect different communities of forest plants and wildlife. Listed here is the preharvest inventory of vascular plant species within the five treated and two control tracts at the VIC.
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CitationWade, Gary L.; Myers, Jonathan A.; Martin, Cecilia R.; Detmar, Kathie; Mator, William, III; Twery, Mark J.; Rechlin, Mike. 2003. Vascular Plant Species of the Forest Ecology Research and Demonstration Area, Paul Smith''s, New York. Res. Note NE-380. Newtown Squre, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. 6 p.
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