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Late-successional reserve assessment

Late-successional reserve assessment

Oregon Coast Province, Southern portion (RO267, RO268)

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Published by Bureau of Land Management ; Siuslaw National Forest in [Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest ecology -- Coast ranges.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Coast ranges.,
  • Forest ecology -- Oregon.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management., Siuslaw National Forest (Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18139860M

    objects/ Comparison of Early vs. Late Succession Characteristics. Succession immature vs. mature. Table from book. Readers who follow habitat management literature have probably run across the term “early successional management.” This is one of those terms that biologists and land managers use often. But because it’s not used much by anyone else, it may leave many scratching their heads about what it means. In short, it means weed patches.

    Emulating Natural Disturbances for Declining Late-Successional Species: A Case Study of the Consequences for Cerulean Warblers (Setophaga cerulea) Article (PDF Available) in . A late successional reserve assessment, required by the forest plan, is under way. Upon its completion, a federal impact analysis threatens to further postpone action as the controversy boils again. Frustrated by the maze of regulation, forest managers predict that it will be at least several more years before any treatment to halt the.

    Figure re logging, Biscuit fire (upper left in ) within a ‘late-successional reserve’ on the Rogue River–Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon, compared with the nearly identical location in (top right: note lack of conifer regeneration and legacies). Final environmental impact statement Eddy Gulch late-successional reserve fuels/habitat protection project: Salmon River and Scott River Ranger Districts, Klamath National Forest, Siskiyou County, California. Published: ().


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LATE-SUCCESSIONAL RESERVE ASSESSMENT Oregon Coast Province - Southern Portion (RO, RO) I. Late-successional reserve assessment book This Late-Successional Reserve Assessment (LSRA) was developed to help facilitate implementation of appropriate management activities for the Latesuccessional Reserve (LSR) and -File Size: KB.

Late-Successional Reserve Assessment Chapters 3, 4, and 5 B Appendix B-LSR Assessment Ch. 3, 4, and 5 other late-successional and old growth dependent species. LSR is the largest contiguous Reserve within the range of the northern spotted owl.

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Ecological and Financial Assessment of Late-Successional Reserve Management Susan Stevens Hummel, R. James Barbour, Paul F. Hessburg, and John F. Lehmkuhl1 This paper documents methods for assessing the potential effects of variable-intensity management in late-successional reserves (LSRs) and provides an example (the GotchenFile Size: 1MB.

The South Coast-Northern Klamath Late-Successional Reserve Assessment (LSRA) provides guidance for determining what forest stand conditions warrant silvicultural treatment and the types of treatments that would be appropriate to achieve desired forest stand conditions.

The Jenny Creek Late-Successional Reserve Assessment (LSRA) contains the following eight elements: 1) history and inventory of overall vegetative conditions within the reserve; 2) list of identified late-successional associated species known to exist within the LSR and information on their locations; 3) history and description of current land.

South Cascades late successional reserve assessment. v Working in Late Successional Reserves. Over the past several years, staff from the Yreka Fish and Wildlife Office (Yreka FWO) and the Klamath National Forest (KNF) have worked cooperatively in developing and implementing forest management projects in Late-Successional Reserves (LSRs) to maintain and promote the development of late-successional habitat.

of remaining old-growth forests. The reserve network was embedded in a matrix of “working” forests and was designed to maintain late-successional (mature or old-growth) forests in a well-distributed pattern across federal lands, to protect stream habitats, and to connect old-growth forests with corridors containing old-forest elements, whileCited by: Start Preamble AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA.

ACTION: Notice of intent to prepare an environmental impact statement. SUMMARY: The Forest Service will prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) to evaluate and disclose the predicted effects of the Elk Late-Successional Reserve Enhancement project, which would treat natural Start Printed Page stands and.

Acronym Definition; LSR: Label Switching Router (MPLS) LSR: Local Storm Report (US NOAA) LSR: Laser: LSR: Liquid Silicone Rubber: LSR: Land Speed Record: LSR: Local Service Reques. Book Material. Published material Plan (NFP), Medford District Resource Management Plan (RMP), Elk Creek Watershed Analysis (WA), and South Cascades Late-Successional Reserve Assessment (LSRA).

Inthe NFP designated the Federal lands (85, acres) within the Elk Creek Watershed as Late-Successional Reserve (LSR).

Inthe NFP. Medical Definition of Late-successional reserve. An area of forest where the management objective is to protect and enhance conditions of late successional and old-growth forest ecosystems. (05 Dec ) Lexicographical Neighbors of Late-successional Reserve.

Author of Atlas of United States trees, The national forest manual, Late-successional reserve assessment for Oregon's northern Coast Range adaptive management area, Environmental assessment, Forest Service research & development, The Forest Service program for forest and rangeland resources, Community-based watershed restoration Written works: The Use Book; a Manual of Information About the National Forests Volume 1.

Climax species, also called late seral, late-successional, K-selected or equilibrium species, are plant species that will remain essentially unchanged in terms of species composition for as long as a site remains undisturbed. They are the most shade-tolerant species of tree to establish in the process of forest succession.

The seedlings of climax species can grow in the shade of the. The Iron Canyon LSR was identified within a Forest-wide Late Successional Reserve Assessment as an area of elevated risk to large-scale disturbance due to changes in the characteristics and distribution of the mixed-conifer forests resulting from past fire suppression.

Search results - of The progression from early-successional to late-successional (mature) forest is normal. To achieve wildlife conservation goals, the Refuge will continue to plant new forest stands in fields largely dominated by reed canarygrass (an unpalatable invasive species), and allow for the normal process of succession, until the goal of 50 percent forest.

Late Successional Forests. Shade-tolerant trees are fir, spruce, hemlock, beech, sugar maple and yellow birch. Forests continually change as trees grow and die. Insects invade old, decaying trees and create potential feeding, nesting, denning, and escape areas for more than 40 species of wildlife.

Though the forest may reach a climax stage in. Book: en  Files in this item. Name Size Mb Format PDF Download View / Open (format: PDF) Willamette late-successional reserve assessment  Willamette National Forest (Agency: U.S.); United States.

Bureau of Land Management. Salem. The project encompasses a large Late Successional Reserve designated to protect habitat for the Northern spotted owl.

It is also located in an important connectivity corridor linking the greater Kalmiopsis Wildlands to the Siskiyou Crest. In these Managed Late-Successional Areas, cutting of trees can occur with less constraint than in Late-Successional Reserve Areas, but the primary objective remains the maintenance of late-successional forests on a landscape scale.

There are generally only small Managed Late-Successional Areas under Options 1, 2, and 9.GIFFORD PINCHOT NAT'L FOREST FORESTWIDE LATE-SUCCESSIONAL RESERVE ASSESSMENT () [hereinafter LSR ASSESSMENT].

Thousand Board Feet is abbreviated as MBF, Million Board Feet as MMbf, Billion Board Feet as BBF, and Cubic Board Feet as CBF. See SUISLAW NAT'L FOREST, U.S. DEP'T OF AGRIC., TIMBERAuthor: Susan Jane M. Brown.