Communicating the Role of Silviculture in Managing the National Forests: Proceedings of the National Silviculture Workshop, May 19-22, 1997, Warren, Pennsylvania

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1997 - Communication in forestry - 205 pages
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Contents

Welcome to the Allegheny National Forest but will we be here
1
COMMUNICATING THE VALUES AND BENEFlTS
15
Carbon Sequestration in Forests as a National Policy lssue
29
Monitoring the effects of partial cutting and gap size on microclimate and vegetation
42
Communicating the Role of Genetics in Management
58
Use of Expert Systems for lntegrated Silvicultural Planning
90
Assessing Native American Disturbances in Mixed Oak Forests of
96
Communicating the role of silviculture and Forest Service silviculture research
104
The Value of Longterm Silvicultural Research Studies
110
TwoAge Silviculture on the Monongahela National ForestManagers
123
Use of Molecular Genetic Markers in Forest Management
134
North American LongTerm Soil Productivity Research Program
140
FlELD TRIP
148
Evaluating and Communicating Options for Harvesting Younggrowth Douglasfir
155
Seeing is Believing
163
COMMUNICATING THE VALUES AND BENEFITS
174

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