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Management and succession at the Lick Creek Demonstration/Research Forest, MontanaAuthor(s): Justin S. Crotteau; Sharon M. Hood; Duncan C. Lutes; Christopher R. Keyes; Anna Sala; Michael G. Harrington
Source: Journal of Forestry. 116: 481-486. Includes supplement.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThe Lick Creek Demonstration/Research Forest is one of those places in the West that many foresters may not be familiar with by name but by photographs. Posters depicting forest change over the years circulated widely from the 1980s to 2000s, following Forest Service General Technical Reports from Gruell et al. (1982) and Smith and Arno (1999).
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CitationCrotteau, Justin S.; Hood, Sharon M.; Lutes, Duncan C.; Keyes, Christopher R.; Sala, Anna; Harrington, Michael G. 2018. Management and succession at the Lick Creek Demonstration/Research Forest, Montana. Journal of Forestry. 116: 481-486. Includes supplement.
KeywordsLick Creek Demonstration/Research Forest, management, succession
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