Final Environmental Impact Statement: Land and Resource Management Plan : Siuslaw National Forest, Volume 1
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, 1990 - Forest reserves
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ALTERNATIVES INCLUDING THE PROPOSED ACTION
I137 Oil Gas and Mineral Extraction Acres 11120
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1st Decade 1st Decade 2nd 2nd Decade 5th acres Alternative H Alternative NC amount anadromous average B(Dep Cape Perpetua Cascade Head changes Chapter Coast Range coastal Coho Salmon conifer Decade 2nd Decade Decade 5th Decade developed Douglas-fir Drift Creek Environmental Consequences erosion existing F G H FEIS Fish and Wildlife fish habitat Forest Plan growth habitat capability Hebo increase indicator species landslides levels logs maintain management activities mature conifer natural ODFW old-growth old-growth stands Oregon Dunes NRA Oregon silverspot butterfly outputs Pacific Northwest payments to counties pileated woodpecker populations potential protection R-6 sensitive recreational opportunities riparian River RNAs roads scenery Scenic sediment Semiprimitive Sitka spruce Siuslaw National Forest slopes SOHAs soil SPNM streams suitable for timber timber harvest timber management timber production trail undeveloped areas USDA Forest Service vegetation viewsheds water quality watersheds western hemlock Wilderness wildlife habitat