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Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington

Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.] (333 S.W. First St., P.O. Box 3890, Portland 97208-3890) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest thinning -- Oregon -- Mathematical models,
  • Forest thinning -- Washington (State) -- Mathematical models,
  • Forest management -- Oregon -- Mathematical models,
  • Forest management -- Washington (State) -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP.H. Cochran ... [et al.]
    SeriesResearch note PNW -- RN-513, Research note PNW -- 513
    ContributionsCochran, P. H, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination21 p.
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14453343M
    OCLC/WorldCa31895001

      Stocking rates are the basic relationship between the forage resource and livestock. It is the number of animals on a whole grazing unit for a whole grazing season. Stocking rates are dependent on how much forage is growing in your pastures, as well as how many animals you have, their weights, and how much they : 52K. Oregon ash, red alder, bigleaf maple and black cottonwood are common throughout much of Oregon. Along the southern coast, Oregon-myrtle and golden chinkapin join the mix. East of the Cascades, birches, willows and cottonwoods are common. Oregon ash commonly dominates bottomlands where water stands during the winter.

    Following the completion of the project, Definition and Inventory of Old Growth Forests on DNR-Managed State Lands, we produced two guides for identifying old trees and forests in Washington: Identifying Mature and Old Forests in Western Washington and Identifying Old Trees and Forests in Eastern Washington, both written by Robert Van Pelt, PhD. in Northeastern Oregon and Southeastern Washington By Charles Grier Johnson. Jr Area Ecologist - Area 3 USDA - Forest Service If the particular stand can persist and develop in its envi- ments for the species and the kind of forest in which they grow Look Alikes: Similar species that are often confused with the plant.

    The suggested biological maximum SDI for central Oregon ponderosa pine stands is (Cochran et al. ). English units are obtained by dividing by T ABLE B3. Canopy foliage, litterfall and nitrogen contents and concentrations. This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (February )Artificial regeneration. With a view to reducing the time needed to produce planting stock, experiments were carried out with white spruce and three other coniferous species from Wisconsin seed in the longer, frost-free growing season in Florida, vs. days in central Wisconsin and northern Florida, respectively.


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Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington Download PDF EPUB FB2

Department of Washington Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Research Note PNW-RN April Suggested Stocking Levels for Forest Stands in Northeastern Oregon and Southeastern 1 P.H. Cochran, J.M. Geist, D.L Clemens, Rodrick Cited by: Catastrophes and manipulation of stocking levels are primary determinants of stand development and the appearance of future forest landscapes.

Managers need stocking level guides particularly for sites incapable of supporting stocking levels presented in normal yield tables. To take advantage of. PDF | On Jan 1,D.C. Powell published Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington: an implementation guide for the Umatilla National Forest.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington Item Preview remove-circlePages: Historic, archived document Do not assume content reflects current scientific knowledge, policies, or practices.

1 Suggested Stocking Levels for Forest Stands in Northeastern Oregon and Southeastern Washington' P.H. Cochran, J.M. Geisl, D.L Clemens, Rodrick R. Stands with mixed tree species should be managed by using the stocking level curves for the single species prescribing the fewest number of trees per acre.

Citation: Cochran, P.H.; Geist, J.M.; Clemens, D.L.; Clausnitzer, Rodrick R.; Powell, David C. Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Cited by: Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Catalog Record: Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington | HathiTrust Digital Library Skip to main Skip to similar items.

Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington / P. Cochran [et al.]. Abstract. 21 p. Suggested articles. To submit an update or takedown request for this paper.

The C level of stocking is used as a minimum of basal area required to carry existing stands. Stands at the C level of stocking will fully occupy the site in an average of 10 years and are worth saving. Thinning would not be carried out unless the stocking of desirable trees is above the B level, which is near 60 percent of full stocking.

This. assign forest type, stand size, and stocking class based on these stocking values would be developed. What is Stocking Stocking is an expression of stand density that may be expressed in absolute terms, such as basal area per acre, volume per acre, number of trees per acre, or in relative terms, as a percent of some previously defined standard.

Get this from a library. Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. [P H Cochran; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.);]. Absolute stocking is meaningful in the presence of other information, such as stand size, forest type, etc.

Relative stocking, on the other hand, implies a standard that accounts for the effects of stage of development and species composition, and therefore would be a useful tool for interpreting the findings of extensive inventories, where a.

Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. USDA Forest Service, PNW-RN C. LiuA comparison of estimation methods for fitting Weibull and Johnson's SB distributions to mixed spruce fir stands in northeastern North America. Can. For. Res., 33 (7) (), pp.

ChapterForest Practices Administration. The Oregon Board of Forestry recognizes that optimum tree stocking levels are desirable. The rules are designed to require reforestation that ensures that stands of trees continue to occupy forest sites, but at somewhat less than optimum levels.

The purpose of a “forest stand density guide” is to give such a schedule. A “stand” is defined as a contiguous group of trees sufficiently uniform in species composition (including mixed stands), age and condition to be a homogenous and distinguishable unit.

The FOREST STAND DENSITY GUIDE, Table 1, gives the optimum stand densities by. Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Research Note PNW-RN Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific current forest landscapes of eastern Oregon and Washington.

Powell, David. Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington: an implementation guide for the Umatilla National Forest.

United States Dept. of Agriculture. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Region. Umatilla National Forest, Walla Walla, WA. Technical Publication: FSO-TP Thomas.

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cochran. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Stand: A group of trees on a minimum of 1 acre of forest land that is stocked by forest trees of any size. Stand-size class: A classification of forest land based on the size class of all live trees in the area.

The classes include. Nonstocked: Forest land stocked with less than 10 percent of full stocking with all live trees. Examples are. publication of the Field Guide to the Sedges of Oregon and Washington. USDI Bureau of Land Management USDA Forest Service The paper in this book meets the guidelines for permanence and durability of provided records from northeast Oregon.

Peter Lesica provided information about C. idahoa. Gay Hunter (Olympic National.Stands with Douglas-fir trees over l years old are occasionally encountered, however (Hemstrom and Franklin ).

Senescence may appear in some old-gowth forests, although it appears that old-growth stands of Douglas-fir typically remain intact for to years. On the other hand, some stands may break up at years, while others.continue to spread and include new species, increasingly eroding forest productivity, hindering forest use and management activities, and degrading diversity and wildlife habitat.

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