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Treatment of an old-growth stand and its effects on birds, ants, and large woody debris

Treatment of an old-growth stand and its effects on birds, ants, and large woody debris

a case study

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Old growth forests -- Ecology -- Oregon -- Case studies.,
  • Forest reproduction -- Oregon.,
  • Forest ecology -- Oregon -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEvelyn L. Bull ... [et al.].
    SeriesGeneral technical report PNW -- GTR-353., General technical report PNW -- 353.
    ContributionsBull, Evelyn L.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15418395M

    1. Introduction. The Blue Mountains Province of the interior Pacific Northwest is the focus of intense local, regional, and national concern over widespread decline in health of forests (Gast et al., ; Wickman, ; Everett et al., ; Swetnam et al., ).With exclusion of fire and introduction of white pine blister rust (Cronartium ribicole J.C. Fisch.), the former northern Cited by: United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station Fort Collins, Colorado General Technical Report RM Management R.

    Ground-dwelling arthropod association with coarse woody debris following long-term dormant season prescribed burning in the longleaf pine flatwoods of north Florida. Hanula, J.L., Wade, D.D., O'Brien, J.O., Loeb, S.C. Scientific Journal (JRNL)-SRS Rain forest birds have developed short, broad wings that do not require much room for flying because the vegetation is so dense. Some species, such as toucans and parrots, have feet adapted to climbing. Common rain forest birds. Common birds of the rain forests include toucans, hummingbirds, birds of paradise, jacamars, eagles, parrots, and.

    Besides the continuity of woodland cover and natural site conditions, tree species composition or (historical) management types, the uninterrupted temporal continuity and availability of wood-related structural features, such as large old trees, overmature trees or coarse woody debris (Section ), is of particular by: 1. When a neuron is at its resting potential, the inside of the cell has a negative charge relative to the outside. 2. A stimulus begins to change the distribution of charge across the membrane.


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THE FINE SCALE PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES OF COARSE WOODY DEBRIS. ment of an old-growth stand and its effects on birds, ants, and. bears likely select large-bodied ants, usually Camponotus and. Treatment of an old-growth stand and its effects on birds, ants, and large woody debris: a case study.

General Technical Report PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 12 p. Google ScholarCited by: The effects of exurbanization on the food and habitat of pileated woodpeckers Article. Treatment of an old-growth stand and its effects on birds, ants, and large woody debris: A.

Publications of PNW Reseach Station. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon Treatment of old-growth stands and its effects on birds, ants, and large woody debris: a case study by E.L. Bull, T.R. Torgersen, A.K. Blumton, C.M.

McKenzie, and D.S. Wyland Coarse Woody Debris in Oak Woodlands of California. Coarse woody debris is a critical component of forest ecosystems that acts as a carbon sink, retains nutrients, and influences water dynamics [6,7].

Coarse woody debris also may be used by a variety of wildlife for food and cover, including birds [8,9], small mammals [10,11], amphibians [12,13], and especially invertebrates [14,15,16,17].Author: Steven M. Grodsky, Rebecca R. Hernandez, Joshua W.

Campbell, Kevin R. Hinson, Oliver Keller, Sarah R. Fire ecology is a scientific discipline concerned with natural processes involving fire in an ecosystem and the ecological effects, the interactions between fire and the abiotic and biotic components of an ecosystem, and the role as an ecosystem process.

Many ecosystems, particularly prairie, savanna, chaparral and coniferous forests, have evolved with fire as an. In addition to microclimate effects, coarse woody debris has a significant influence on gastropod food availability. Dead and decaying wood promote a diversity of fungi, an important food resource for many slugs and snails (reviewed in.

Kappes ). Coarse woody debris can also influence soil chemistry in gastropod habitat. Birds in Managed and Old-growth Forests of Northern Maine. John M. Hagan, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences. 36 Nitrogen Retention in Eastern Old-Growth Forests: Early Warnings of Nitrogen Saturation.

Christine Goodale, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 39 Effects of Old-Growth Riparian Forests on Adirondack Stream Systems. Final Report, Joint Fire Science Program treatment effects on small mammal density had variable short-term response to different Surface Fuel, and Large Woody Debris Characteristics.

Presentation at Fire and Fire Surrogate Interdisciplinary Meeting and Discussion. Populations build rapidly during periodic outbreaks and kill large numbers of trees. Average annual losses may exceed million board feet of sawtimber and 20 million cubic feet of growing stock.

From tototal value of trees killed by SPB in the Southern United States was estimated at $ million (Price and others ). In the treatment stream, leaf-litter was excluded for 6 years (September û August ), small woody debris was removed for 2 years (September û August ), and large and small woody debris was removed for 1 year (September û August ).

Species composition and stand structure of a large red spruce planting 67 years after its establishment in western North Carolina: McNab, W. Henry; Holbrook, James H.; Oprean, Ted M. Other-NRS-p The National Audubon Society's eastern forest conservation initiative: examining opportunities for bird conservation at a regional scale.

Frenkel and Morlan also found that tidal creeks were a major determinant in marsh hydrology (Frenkel ). Removal of large portions of the dike allows for the accumulation of large woody debris which will increase wetland elevation in se- verely subsided areas and allow for the formation of a more diverse wetland plant community.

its effects on forests and ranges informally for many decades and formally since passage of the U.S. Global Change Research Act of More recently, the Forest Service as a whole has come to recognize the threats and opportunities involved with maintaining ecosystem services and products under rapidly changing climate and climate variability.

Carvalho, K. & Vasconcelos, H. () Forest fragmentation in central Amazonia and its effects on litter-dwelling ants. Biological Conservation. 91 (2). p Castro, A. & Wise, D. () Influence of fallen coarse woody debris on the diversity and community structure of forest-floor spiders (Arachnida: Araneae).

Coarse woody debris and stand characteristics in mature managed and old-growth boreal mesic forests in southern Finland. Forest Ecology and Management Siitonen, J. Forest management, coarse woody debris and saproxylic organisms: Fennoscandian boreal forests as an example.

Ecological Bulletins. Full text of "Ecological_Characteristics_of_Old-Growth_Douglas-Fir_Forests" See other formats.You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.Old-growth forests, by definition, have old trees, but the presence of old trees is just the beginning of a description of the composition of an old-growth forest.

The frequent return of fires provides the opportunity for a great range of plants, animals, Cited by: