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INT-GTR-291: Getting to the future through silviculture-workshop proceedings; 1991 May 6-9; Cedar City, UT

Murphy, Dennis, compiler. 1992. Getting to the future through silviculture-workshop proceedings; 1991 May 6-9; Cedar City, UT. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-291. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. 97 p.

Includes 19 papers documenting presentations at the 1991 Forest Service National Silviculture Workshop. Discussions focus on the role of silviculture in New Perspectives (ecosystem management), new approaches to the practice of silviculture, and examples of successful integration of practices into multi resource management.

Keywords: biodiversity, harvesting, wildlife habitat, growth and yield, wetlands, contracting, precommercial thinning, pruning, ecosystems

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National Trends and the Art of Silviculture
J. Lamar Beasley
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Biodiversity and Biological Realities
Robert C. Szaro
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Shasta Costa: From A New Perspective
Kurt R. Wiedenmann
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Wedding of New Perspectives and Research in the Inland West-Something Old, Something New, Something Blue
Wyman C. Schmidt, Clinton E. Carlson, and James W. Byler
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The Practice of Silviculture and New Perspectives
Russell T. Graham
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The Bureau of Land Management Approach to New Perspectives
William D. Torgersen
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Putting the "H" Word Into Perspective
James O. Howard and Thomas A. Snellgrove
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Target Stands-A Silvicultural Vision of the Future
Bob Naumann, Jim Chew, and Catherine Stewart
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Variability and Dynamics of Spotted Owl Nesting Habitat in Eastern Washington
Richard Everett, Sandra Martin, Monte Bickford, Richard Schellhaas, and Eric Forsman
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Using Silviculture to Achieve a Desired Future Condition for Biological Diversity in the Southern Region
Jim Fenwood
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Linking Water and Growth and Yield Models to Evaluate Management Alternatives in Subalpine Ecosystems
W. D. Shepperd, C. E. Troendle, and C. B. Edminster
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Forested Wetlands: Where Silviculture is Critical to the Future of Silviculture
John R. Toliver
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Multiresource Silvicultural Decision Model for Forests of the Northeastern United States
David A. Marquis and Susan L. Stout
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Implications of New Perspectives on Growth and Yield Models
Robert G. Haight
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Douglas-fir Beetle: Dealing With An Epidemic
Steve Patterson
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Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Management for Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers and Other Resources
Jimmy S. Walker and Ronald E. F. Escano
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Making Precommercial Operations Commercial
David K. Leach
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Stewardship Contracting Concepts
James A. Fierst and Cris Rusch
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Timber Quality and Pruning: An Analysis of Management Regimes for the Siuslaw National Forest
Roger D. Fight, Thomas D. Fahey, and Stuart Johnston
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1991 National Silviculture Workshop Attendees
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Title: INT-GTR-291: Getting to the future through silviculture-workshop proceedings; 1991 May 6-9; Cedar City, UT
Publish Date: June 3, 2009
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November 4, 2009

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