High Peak Moon Creek research natural area
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2006 - Nature - 25 pages
This guidebook describes the High Peak/Moon Creek Research Natural Area, a 617.5-ha (1,526-ac) tract of coniferous forest containing stands dominated by 100- to 150-year-old Douglas-fir, a small old-growth (500+ years) Douglas-fir stand, and riparian vegetation within the western hemlock zone of the Coast Range in western Oregon.
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150-year-old stands Acer circinatum age class basalt Berberis nervosa Blechnum spicant Claytonia sibirica coniferous forest Creek Research Natural Culb Department of Agriculture diameter classes Dougl Douglas-fir elevation Fillmore and Shipman Forest Service Galium triflorum Gray guidebook habitat Hedw Hieracium albiflorum High Peak/Moon Creek Hook huckleberry Hypogymnia Maianthemum stellatum McCain and Diaz menziesii mesic Moon Creek munitum Myotis name Common name Nestucca River Nestucca River watershed northern Oregon Coast Nutt old-growth stand Oncorhynchus Order Scientific name Oregon Coast Range overstory trees Oxalis oregana Peak/Moon Creek Research Peak/Moon Creek RNA Peltigera percent cover Platismatia Prosartes hookeri Pursh Research Natural Area Rhamnus purshiana Ribes salamander Scientific name Common shrub layer soils Sorex species subcanopy tall shrubs Tillamook Resource Area Tillamook Volcanics townsendii Trillium ovatum TSHE/OXOR Tsuga heterophylla Tsuga heterophylla Zone U.S. Department uniflora USDI BLM Viola sempervirens Vireo vole western hemlock Western redcedar western swordfern