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Expanding horizons of forest ecosystem management: proceedings of the third habitat futures workshop; 1992 October; Vernon, B.C.Author(s): Mark H. Huff; Lisa K. Norris; J. Brian Nyberg; Nancy L. Wilkin; coords.
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-336. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Station, 100 p. (Huff, Mark H.; McDonald, Stephen E., Gucinski, Hermann, tech. coords.; Applications of ecosystem management)
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionNew approaches and technologies to evaluate wildlife-habitat relations, implement integrated forest management, and improve public participation in the process are needed to implement ecosystem management. Presented here are five papers that examine ecosystem management concepts at international, national, regional, and local scales. Two general management problems were addressed: how to incorporate different components of ecosystem management into specific forestry and wildlife management practices, and how to resolve conflicts and involve citizens more effectively in the management process. These papers are examples of new concepts and procedures being tested for use in managing resources by using an integrated ecosystem basis.
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CitationHuff, Mark H.; Norris, Lisa K.; Nyberg, J. Brian; and Wilkin, Nancy L., coords. 1994. Expanding horizons of forest ecosystem management: proceedings of the third habitat futures workshop; 1992 October; Vernon, B.C. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-336. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Station, 100 p. (Huff, Mark H.; McDonald, Stephen E., Gucinski, Hermann, tech. coords.; Applications of ecosystem management)
KeywordsBiodiversity, conservation planning, forest plantations, forest structure, land management planning, landscape, Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, protected areas, public participation, regional planning, resource conflicts, silvicultural treatments, sustainable forest development
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