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Sierra Nevada Science ReviewAuthor(s): Constance Millar; Amy Lind; Rowan Rowntree; Carl Skinner; Jared Verner; Bill Zielinski; Robert Ziemer
Source: USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionIn January, 1998, the Pacific Southwest Region and Pacific Southwest Research Station of the Forest Service initiated a collaborative effort to incorporate new information into planning future management of Sierra Nevada national forests. The project, known as the Sierra Nevada Framework for Conservation and Collaboration, will incorporate the latest scientific information and broad public and intergovernmental participation in watershed-scale ecosystem planning. The national forest portion of the project, which allows for forest plan amendment, is expected to be completed by mid-summer, 1999
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CitationLind, Amy; Verner, Jared; Millar, Constance; Zielinski, William; Rowntree, Rowan; Ziemer, Robert; Skinner, Carl. 1998. Sierra Nevada Science Review. USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station
Keywordscalifornia spotted owls, forrest carnivores, old forest ecosystems, aquatic riparian ecosystem
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