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Catalog of Long Term Research Conducted by the Northeastern Research Station

Catalog #48

Porters' Prize Study
1) To determine whether intensive forest cutting within a compartment can reduce deer impact on forest regeneration. 
2) To determine the impact of intensive forest cutting within a compartment on herbaceous plant and songbird diversity.
1980
2000
Allegheny National Forest, PA.
5 stands were clear-cut, 17 stands were uncut, and 15 stands were partially cut.
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5 stands were clear-cut, 17 stands were uncut, and 15 stands were partially cut during 1990.
Regeneration herbaceous, and songbird sampling follow Warren Research Work Unit standard protocols.
Tree species by height class and herbaceous cover. 1988/89, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999.
Data are proofed after field collection and data entry. Data collection supervised by permanent employees.
Raw data by plot reside on DG and tally sheets are kept with written instructions and detailed maps to each stand. Annually, the raw data are transformed using the REGEN1 program in DG Info. System. Summarized data by plot and by stand reside in a DG-based program that can output to ASCII text files.
Studies of Ecosystem Processes
1994
Stout, S.L.; Redding, J.A.; DeMarco, L.. 1994. Technology transfer at the heart of a research/management partnership. In: Proceedings, national silviculture workshop; 1993 November 1-4; Hendersonville, NC. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-88. Radnor, PA. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 188-193.
Susan Stout, USDA, Forest Service, P.O. Box 267, Irvine PA 16329. (814) 563-1040
Allegheny National Forest, PA.

 

  

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