4 edition of Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark highlands found in the catalog.
Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark highlands
David R. Larsen
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station in St. Paul, Minn
Written in English
|Statement||David R. Larsen, Edward F. Loewenstein, and Paul S. Johnson|
|Series||General technical report NC -- 203|
|Contributions||Loewenstein, Edward F. 1962-, Johnson, Paul S, United States. Forest Service. North Central Research Station|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Brown, J.K. and Johnston, C.M. Predicted residues and fire behavior in small stem lodgepole pine stands. In: Management of small stem stands of lodgepole pine-workshop Proceedings USDA, Forest Service General Technical Report INT, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT. pp. Brown, J.K.
The Cross Timbers vegetation type is a mosaic of oak forest, oak savannah and tallgrass prairie covering almost 5 million hectares from southeastern Kansas across Oklahoma to north-central Texas. It retains some of the best preserved old-growth oak forests in the south-central US because the forest has little commercial timber value. until new reproduction matures to sawtimber size, and another regeneration cut is the sihid- turd objective. Hence, with deferment cut- ting specific residual trees are left for a long period (Smith et al. ). Because this practice can result in the estab- lishment of a two-aged stand, deferment cut- ting is neither even-aged nor uneven-agedCited by: 8.
The Ecology and Silviculture of Oaks Paul S. Johnson and Stephen R. Shifley US Department of Agriculture Forest Service North Central Research Station Columbia, Missouri USA and Robert Rogers College of Natural Resources University of Wisconsin/Stevens Point Stevens Point, Wisconsin USA. Canopy species composition is more varied here than in the other subregions and on mesic sites includes white oak, northern red oak, yellow-poplar, beech, sugar maple, buckeye (Aesculus spp.), black walnut, slippery elm, bitternut hickory and white ash; species on dry sites usually include white oak, chestnut oak (Q. prinus), black oak.
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Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark highlands. Paul, Minn.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station, (OCoLC) Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark Highlands.
Paul, Minn.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station, (OCoLC) Silviculture and Ecology of Upland Central Hardwood Forest Research Unit Larsen, D. R., E. Loewenstein and P. Johnson. Sustaining Recruitment of Oak Reproduction in Uneven-aged Stands in the Ozark Highlands USDA Forest Service.
Oak regeneration: serious problems, practical recommendations: Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark highlands [microform] / (St. Paul, Minn.: U.S. Dept.
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A MATRIX TRANSITION MODEL FOR AN UNEVEN-AGED, OAK-HICKORY FOREST IN THE MISSOURI OZARK HIGHLANDS’ James R. Lootens, Davicll R. Larsen, and Edward F. Loewenstein’ Abstract-We present a matrix growth model for an uneven-aged, oak-hickory forest in the Ozark Highlands of by: 2. Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark highlands [microform] / Da The Missouri plan for the selection of judges / by Jack W.
Peltason, M.A Explore. Sustaining recruitment of oak reproduction in uneven-aged stands in the Ozark Highlands. Larsen, David R.; Loewenstein, Edward F.; Johnson, Paul S. NRS: Early results of planting English oak in an Ozark clearcut. Johnson, Paul S.
NRS: Seeding and Planting Upland Oaks: Johnson, Paul S. An individual-tree diameter growth model for managed uneven-aged oak-shortleaf pine stands in the Ozark Highlands of Missouri, USA Article in Forest Ecology and Management (3)– oak stand dynamics in regards to regeneration abundance, regeneration height growth, and overstory crown expansion.
OBJECTIVES The general objectives of this study are first, to understand the regeneration dynamics of understory reproduction and, second, to understand canopy expansion dynamics of trees in the Missouri Ozark Highlands.
An index of red oak decline in unmanaged upland oak stands in the Ozark Highlands, USA. In: IUFRO Oak abstracts: oak advances in principles and practices of oak silviculture and genetics; September ; Stevens Point, WI. [City, State: Publisher unknown] 20 Abstract.
Oak decline is an endemic phenomenon in forests of the Ozark Highlands, but whose ill effects on forest mortality, loss of productivity and forest degradation have been greatly magnified by a land use history that has produced a homogeneous landscape of mature forests dominated by red oak species.
The long history of fire in North America spans millennia and is recognized as an important driver in the widespread and long-term dominance of oak species and oak natural communities.
Frequent wildfires from about to resulted in much forest damage, and gained fire a negative reputation. The lack of fire for the past nearly years due to suppression programs is now indicted as a Cited by: 8.
Full text of "Oak Regeneration: Serious Problems and Practical Recommendations" See other formats. Shelton MG, Cain MD () Regenerating uneven-aged stands of loblolly and shortleaf pines: the current state of knowledge.
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The book was written in response to a forest planning rule which requires that national. Loss of diversity in the Missouri Ozark Highlands Places Ecosystem at Risk. Past land use over the last years has made Missouri's Ozark Highlands less diverse and more homogeneous in the condition of its vegetation.
Principal Investigator: Daniel C. Dey, Dr. Inventory and Monitoring. Uneven-aged treatments. North America. Group selection and thinning. m 2 /ha residual. Southern oak–pine. M. septentrionalis.
Positive. Perry and Thill b. Group selection and thinning. m 2 /ha residual. Southern oak–pine. 5 of 6 species. Positive. Perry et al. Australasia. Alternate coupe. 10–20 ha; 2–3 years old Cited by: Full text of "Fire regimes and ecosystem properties: proceedings of the conference: December, Honolulu, Hawaii" See other formats.SOUTHEASTERN BIOLOGY Volume 56 July, ASB 70™ Annual Meeting AprilASB QH v.
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