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National Report on Sustainable Forests--2010Author(s): Guy Robertson; Peter Gaulke; Ruth McWilliams; Sarah LaPlante; Richard Guldin
Source: FS-979. Washington D.C.: USDA Forest Service. 212 pp.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Washington Office
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DescriptionThe United States is richly endowed with forests, and their care and conservation have been a national concern for more than a century. This report, the National Report on Sustainable Forests—2010, provides data and analysis aimed at addressing this concern by enhancing dialogue and decisions in pursuit of the goal of forest sustainability. The report relies on the Montréal Process Criteria and Indicators (MP C&I) for Forest Sustainability to organize and present data relevant to U.S. forests and their sustainability across ecological, social, and economic dimensions. It is linked to the forest sustainability reporting processes of the other countries participating in the Montréal Process, and it is also linked to domestic efforts at local and regional scales that use criteria and indicators to help ensure the sustainability of their forests.
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CitationRobertson, Guy; Gualke, Peter; McWilliams, Ruth; LaPlante, Sarah; and Guldin, Richard (editors). 2011. National Report on Sustainable Forests--2010. FS-979. Washington D.C.: USDA Forest Service. 212 pp.
- Area and percent of forest affected by abiotic agents beyond reference conditions
- Introduction to: The Forest Health monitoring program
- Examining forest governance in the United States through the Montréal Process Criteria and Indicators Framework
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