3 edition of Effects of forest management practices on wildlife ecology found in the catalog.
Effects of forest management practices on wildlife ecology
Larry D. Harris
1978 by School of Forest Resources and Conservation, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, Forest Industry in [Gainesville], [Asheville, N.C.] .
Written in English
|Statement||Larry D. Harris, with the assistance of G. Bruce Bowman ... [et al.].|
|Series||IMPAC reports ;, v. 3, no. 9|
|Contributions||Bowman, G. Bruce, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z5322.E2 H38, QH541 H38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||79624806|
Such tools must incorporate both the ecosystem processes responsible for biophysical sustainability, and the social values that relate to social and economic sustainability. Decker, L. Harper, S. Klopfer, B. Students are introduced to the principal federal and state laws governing the rights and responsibilities of landowners, with emphasis on how such regulation affects management decisions and economic outcomes.
Nature Yarrow; R. These ideas are not new, but have proven difficult to implement. Ruffed grouse Bonasa umbellus use of stands harvested via alternative regeneration methods in the southern Appalachians. A plethora of new paradigms have been suggested as templates for managing the world's forests in the face of this human pressure.
This does not imply that all forests are managed for all values all the time. InUnited States Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall appointed an advisory board to collect scientific data to inform future wildlife management. However, some authors argue that in arid and semi-arid ecosystems, loss of microbiotic crusts can have detrimental long-term effects Belsky and GelbardFleischner Ecosystem management: applications for sustainable forest and wildlife resources.
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While there was great understanding of how to manage wildlife in Europe, where wildlife management was an old, mature profession, Continental methods depended on social values often unacceptable to North Americans.
Many changes are required to achieve success in this vital endeavour.
Adaptability and accountability: FEM acknowledges that current knowledge and paradigms of ecosystem function are provisional, incomplete and subject to change. Description: Over the past fifty years, wildlife science has become increasingly quantitative. The focus on North American forests is set within a context of global forest issues.
Grodsky, and Susan P. However, some authors argue that in arid and semi-arid ecosystems, loss of microbiotic crusts can have detrimental long-term effects Belsky and GelbardFleischner Martin, Christopher E. Others included waterfowl and wetland research.
Wilson Edited by Shane P. Forest ecosystems are both a stand-level and a landscape phenomenon, the latter being a mosaic of stands that vary in age, species composition, structure, function and time since disturbance.
Park officials decided that the elk herd should be managed. I mention a selection of the models I am most familiar with as an example of the type of FEM models that I believe are needed now, and will be needed increasingly in the future. In addition to learning about the biology and distribution of these plants, and about how they are gathered and processed, students discuss the ecological implications of harvesting these interesting plants and fungi.
Emphasizes the influence of microclimate, nutrient cycling, and disturbance on community productivity and composition. The most effective way to satisfy these obligations may be to use the paradigm of forest ecosystem management FEM as the template for forestry.
Includes field identification of native trees and shrubs of the eastern U. These should be linked to user-friendly interfaces and visualization systems Shepard and Harshaw, to facilitate their use by the non-technical population.
Game keepers in the UK claim it to be necessary for wildlife conservation as the amount of countryside they look after exceeds by a factor of nine the amount in nature reserves and national parks.
This caused outrage among both conservationists and hunters. Hobbs, C. Shelford, W. This book offers several examples of the dynamic interactions among questions of public concern or policy, EFR research, and natural resource management practices and policies.
Social and technical aspects of forestry and natural resource management are considered. J; Fuentes, L; J. The most recent evolution of terminology associated with the FEM approach to forest stand management is Variable Retention silviculture and Structure Management silviculture Franklin et al.Barry R.
Noon is a professor in the Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University. He graduated from Princeton University in with a B.S.
degree in biology and from the State University of New York-Albany in with a PhD in ecology. Recently published articles from Forest Ecology and Management. Recently published articles from Forest Ecology and Management. Long-term effects of harvest on boreal forest soils in relation to a remote sensing-based soil moisture index Contributions of National Key Forestry Ecology Projects to the forest vegetation carbon storage in.
Jan 31, · Technical Guide to Forest Wildlife Habitat Management in New England Paperback – January This volume is the essential compilation of forest management practices now crucial for creating a range of forest habitat conditions to maintain or enhance forest wildlife diversity in New England.
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