Final Environmental Impact Statement: Land and Resource Management Plan : Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, Volume 1
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, 1990 - Forest management
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SUMMARY OF CHAPTER III AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT S31
WALLOWAWHITMAN NATIONAL FOREST FEIS
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acres Alternative B-departure Alternative F Alternative NC alternative was formulated ANNUAL FIGURES Issue B-dep CD C-dep Baker City BD B-dep CD Canyon National Recreation CHARACTERISTICS BY ALTERNATIVE Decade 1 Decade deer and elk DEIS dollar effects elk habitat Elkhorn Mountains emphasis even-aged Factor Recent Levels FIGURES Issue Goal/Comparative fish habitat forage Forest Management Forest Plan Goal/Comparative Factor Recent HCNRA Hells Canyon National high levels increase indicator species Issue Goal/Comparative Factor levels of timber livestock grazing Management Area mean annual increment MMBF MMCF MMBF MMCF MMBF MMCF National Recreation Area Nonwilderness Old-Growth Forest Oregon outputs Payette National Forests percent Preferred Alternative protect Recent Level NC recreation diversity recreation opportunities reduced Research Natural Areas riparian areas risk road construction roadless area Seven Devils Mountains Snake River standards and guidelines timber harvest timber management activities timber production timber stands trees uneven-aged Wallowa Mountains Wallowa-Whitman National Forest watershed Wild and Scenic wilderness