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Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests

OCLC Number 26525185 Notes May 1991. Description 533 pages illustrations (some color),maps (some color) ; 29 cm Contents Research on wildlife in old-growth forests setting the stage --Wildlife habitat relationships in unmanaged douglas-fir forests --Sampling design of the old-growth forest wildlife habitat program --Climate change and the origin of old-growth douglas-fir forests in Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-Fir forests Old-growth Douglas-fir forests in the Pacific Northwest - and their most celebrated inhabitant,the northern spotted owl - have engendered an acrimonious controversy that has been raging for over a decade.Should ancient forests be protected for their aesthetic appeal and because they provide a broad range of ecological values,including the most amenable environment for someWildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-Fir ForestsWildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-Fir Forests General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285.May 1991.Leonard F.Ruggiero,Keith B.Aubry,Andrew B.Carey,and Mark H.Huff,technical editors .The publication is presented below in sections but you also may want to start at the beginning and use the continue button at the end of each section.

Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-Fir Forests

Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-Fir Forests [USDA Forest Service] on .*FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.Title Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-Fir Forests Author/Editor USDA Forest Service Date of Publication 1991 Publisher USDA Forest ServiceVaux's Swift (Chaetura vauxi) Encyclopedia of Puget SoundWildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285,Portland,Oregon.Manuwal,D.A.1991.Spring bird communities in the southern Washington Cascade Range.Pages 161-174 in L.Ruggiero,K.B.Aubry,A.B.Carey,and M.H.Huff,editors.Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas Vaux's Swift (Chaetura vauxi) Encyclopedia of Puget SoundWildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285,Portland,Oregon.Manuwal,D.A.1991.Spring bird communities in the southern Washington Cascade Range.Pages 161-174 in L.Ruggiero,K.B.Aubry,A.B.Carey,and M.H.Huff,editors.Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas

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5 Wildlife Habitat Relationships in Unmanaged Douglas-Fir Forests A Program of Research by Leonard F.Ruggiero 9 Sampling Design of the Old-Growth Forest Wildlife Habitat Programby Andrew B.Carey and Thomas A.Spies Part II The Environmental Setting 17 Climate Change and the Origin of Old-Growth Douglas-Fir Forests in the Puget Sound LowlandSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextChapter 1 References - U.S.Fish and Wildlife ServiceFire history of Douglas-fir forests in the Pacific Northwest.In Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests; General Technical Report PNW- In Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged douglas-fir forests,L.F.Ruggiero,K.B.Aubry,A.B.Carey,and M.H.Huff,TechnicalSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextCHAPTER 12.REFERENCES CITEDDouglas-fire forests in Oregon and Washington.Pp.91-109.In,L.F Ruggiero,K.B.Aubry,A.B.Carey,and M.H.Huff (eds.) Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station.PNW-GTR-285.Portland,OR.Taylor,B.1998.Salmon and Steelhead Runs and Related events of the Sandy River

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Siskiyou Mountains and Scott Bar Salamander References

Bury,R.B.,and P.S.Corn.1988.Douglas-fir forests in the Oregon and Washington Cascades relation of the herpetofauna to stand age and moisture.Pages 11-22.in R.C.Szarco et al.(technical editors).Management of amphibians,reptiles,and small mammals inReferencesAmphibian Communities in Oregon and Washington.Pages 353-362 in Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests,PNW-GTR-285,USDA Forest Service,Pacific Northwest Research Station,Portland,Oregon.Bury,R.B.,P.S.Corn and K.B.Aubry.1991b.Regional patterns of terrestrial amphibian communities in Oregon and Washington.Pg.341

References Amphibians

Rare Amphibians,Reptiles and Mammals of British Columbia 160 References Reptiles Andelman,S.J.,and E.Gray.1992.Viability and recovery of Western Pond Turtle (Clemmys marmorata) popula-tions in Washington State.Redwood Experimental Forest BibliographyWildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas fir forests.US Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station.General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285.pp.378-393.Spickler,J.C.,S.C.Sillett,S.B.Marks and H.H.Welsh 2006.Evidence of a new niche for a North American salamander Aneides vagrans residing in the canopy of old-growth redwood forest.RTI Fact Sheet #24 The Emerging Consensus for Active Ecological scale and forest development Squirrels,dietary fungi,and vascular plants in managed and unmanaged forests.Supplement to The Journal of Wildlife Management,Vol.63 No.1 Wildlife Monographs,No 142,January 1999.

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technical co; Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests technical ed; Ecology and conservation of the marbled murrelet Teskey,Robe; ImpactNeotoma cinerea - fs.fed.usIn Douglas-fir and mixed-conifer forests in southwestern Oregon and northern California,bushy-tailed woodrats were found in young and mature forests containing diverse understory vegetation .Bushy-tailed woodrats were transients or ephemeral residents within the quaking aspen seral stage of a forest dominated by Engelmann spruce ( Picea Montana Fish,Wildlife Parks : VegetationThe Douglas-fir,lodgepole pine,and ponderosa pine forest types combined total over two-thirds of the state's forest lands.Streams,rivers,and wet areas of the mountains provide a site for riparian plants such as aspen,cottonwood and maple.These areas are important habitats for many wildlife species.

Moldenke,Andrew R.; Lattin,John D.1991.Arthropods in

Douglas-fir is an important component of the timber supply in the Cariboo Forest Region of British Columbia.A signi-ficant amount of old-growth Douglas-fir is located on mule deer winter range.Douglas-fir is an essential component of winter habitat providing deer with food and shelter.Common types of logging do not preserve these winter Management Of Wildlife And Fish Habitats In Forests Of Jul 12,2010 Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas#0183;1991 Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests 4.1991 Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests 5.Its all managed Time 6.one extreme or the other Time 7.created quickly develops slowly Time 8.Early Seral =Judy Putera - Wildlife Biologist (U.S.National Park Service)Wildlife Biologist Wrangell-St.Elias National Park and Preserve and Central Alaska Inventory Monitoring Network PO Box 439 Copper Center,AK 99573 (907) 822-7241 judy_putera [at] nps.gov.Education.MA 1984 Southern Illinois University,Zoology BA 1981 Texas AM University,Wildlife Biology.Skills and Interest Areas.Ungulate Biology and

Fire history of Douglas-fir forests in the Pacific

The fire history of Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir forests is varied and complex because Douglas-fir exists in a variety of forest types over a wide range of environments.Douglas-fir has been dominant over this region because of disturbance by fire and the species' adaptations to fire.Human-caused fires have been locally important,but lightning appears to be most significantExcerpted from DRAFT SPECIES REPORTExcerpted from .DRAFT SPECIES REPORT .Fisher (Pekania pennanti),West Coast Population U.S.FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (Service) Date January 13,2014Distinctive features and definitions of young,mature,and Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests.General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285.Portland,OR USDA,Forest Service,Pacific Northwest Research Station

DOUGLAS-FIR FORESTS

unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Data from stands sampled during the Old-Growth Habitat Relationships Program (Ruggiero et al.1991) illustrate how dis-turbances influence the presence and abundance of habitat features (table 1).Patch describes a homogeneous unit of vegetation that is different from the ma-32 Journal of ForestryDOUGLAS-FIR FORESTSunmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Data from stands sampled during the Old-Growth Habitat Relationships Program (Ruggiero et al.1991) illustrate how dis-turbances influence the presence and abundance of habitat features (table 1).Patch describes a homogeneous unit of vegetation that is different from the ma-32 Journal of ForestryCited by 299Publish Year 1991Author Leonard F.Ruggiero,Keith B.Aubry,Andrew B.Carey,Mark H.tech.HuffWildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.533 p.(OCoLC)26525185 Material Type Document,Government publication,National government publication,Internet resource Document Type Internet Resource,Computer File All Authors / Contributors Leonard F Ruggiero; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland,Or.)

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Pages 353-362 in Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests,PNW-GTR-285,USDA Forest Service,Pacific Northwest Research Station,Portland,Oregon.Chapter 1 References - U.S.Fish and Wildlife ServiceFire history of Douglas-fir forests in the Pacific Northwest.In Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests; General Technical Report PNW- In Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged douglas-fir forests,L.F.Ruggiero,K.B.Aubry,A.B.Carey,and M.H.Huff,TechnicalAuthor USDA Forest ServiceFormat HardcoverImages of Wildlife And Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas imagesWildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-Fir forests This book is an outcome of that debate,and represents the major findings of the USDA Forest Service's Old-Growth Forest Wildlife Habitat Research and Development Program.Citation Ruggiero,Leonard F.; Aubry,Keith B.; Carey,Andrew B.; Huff,Mark H.,tech.eds.1991.Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-Fir forests.Gen.Tech.Rep

Appendix K.LITERATURE CITED - U.S.Fish and Wildlife

the Timbered Rock Fire.Unpublished report,Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit,Corvallis. Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests.USDA Forest Service,GTRPNW- 285.Aubry,K.B.and D.B.Houston.1992.Distribution and status of the fisher (Martes pennanti) in Washington.Northwest Naturalist 73:69-79.Appendix G.References Cited - WA - DNRgrowth Douglas-fir forests in Oregon and Washington in Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Gen.Tech.Rep.PNW-GTR-285.Portland,OR United States Department of Agriculture,Forest Service,Pacific Northwest Research Station.533 pages.Appendix G.References Cited - WA - DNRgrowth Douglas-fir forests in Oregon and Washington in Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Gen.Tech.Rep.PNW-GTR-285.Portland,OR United States Department of Agriculture,Forest Service,Pacific Northwest Research Station.533 pages.

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Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-Fir Forests. We offer this series of management publications as a sequel to that research and to address other issues related to the management of late seral ecosystems.The series is funded by the Wildlife Habitat Relationships Program,Pacific Northwest Region,USDA Forest Service.(PDF) Spring bird communities in the southern Washington Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Gen.Tech.Rep.PNW-GTR-285.U.S.Forest Service,Pacific NW Forest and Range Exp.Station 161-174.(PDF) Spring bird communities in the southern Washington Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Gen.Tech.Rep.PNW-GTR-285.U.S.Forest Service,Pacific NW Forest and Range Exp.Station 161-174.

(PDF) Spring bird communities in the southern Washington

Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests.Gen.Tech.Rep.PNW-GTR-285.U.S.Forest Service,Pacific NW Forest and Range Exp.Station 161-174.

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