United States Department of Agriculture
Natural ponderosa pine fuels can be safely burned with air temperatures between 55° and 75°
Planted Englemann spruce seedlings from 20 sources throughout North America were field tested in the central Rockies at 9,600 feet (2,930 m) elevation. Overall survival was 73% after 10 years. Significant differences in height were evident among several sources. Sources from northern latitudes and lower elevations grew best. The results demonstrate that Englemann...
This report contains edited and reviewed versions of papers presented at a workshop held at the University of Vermont in April 1980. Topics include sampling avian habitats, multivariate methods, applications, examples, and new approaches to analysis and interpretation.