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RM-GTR-236: Managing piñon-juniper ecosystems for sustainability and social needs


Aldon, Earl F.; Shaw, Douglas W., tech.coords. 1993. Managing piñon-juniper ecosystems for sustainability and social needs; proceedings of the symposium 1993 April 26-30; Sante Fe, New Mexico. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-236. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 169 p.

The purpose of this symposium was to assist the USDA Forest Service, other federal land management agencies, and the New Mexico State Land Office in the future development and management of the piñon-juniper ecosystem in the Southwest. Authors assessed the current state of knowledge about the piñon-juniper resource and helped develop future research and management goals.

Keywords: piñon-juniper ecosystem, Southwest, Pinus edulis, Juniperus monosperma


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Contents
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Welcome and opening remarks
Jose Salinas and Bob Langsenkamp
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My vision of the piñon/socioeconomic potential of piñon woodlands
Jeff Kline
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Ecosystem management in the Southwestern Region
Cathy Dahms
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Piñon-juniper initiative in the Southwestern Region
Douglas W. Shaw
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What kind of woodland does the future hold?
Ronald M.Lanner
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Spiritual values of the piñon-juniper woodland: A Hopi perspective
Bruce K. Koyiyumptewa
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Local and agency partnerships in managing piñon-juniper woodlands
David Lujan
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The Forest Service's piñon-juniper initiative for the Southwest
Larry Henson
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Commercial leases and permits for piñon nut harvesting
Jim Norwick, Dennis Garcia, and Bill Torgersen
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Pine nuts (Pinus) imported into the United States
Elbert L. Little, Jr.
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Four generations trading piñon nuts with Native Americans: Changes needed for future prosperity
Ellis Tanner and Don Grieser
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Revegetation of piñon-juniper woodlands with native grasses
Geneva Chong
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Influence of history and climate on New Mexico piñon-juniper woodlands
Julio L. Betancourt, Elizabeth A. Pierson, Kate Aasen Rylander, James A. Fairchild-Parks, and Jeffrey S. Dean
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Piñon-juniper ecosystems through time: Information and insights from the past
Thomas R. Cartledge and Judith G. Propper
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Ecology and diversity of piñon-juniper woodland in New Mexico
William A. Dick-Peddie
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Zuni cultural relationships to piñon-juniper woodlands
Ronald K. Miller and Steven K. Albert
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Traditional use of piñon-juniper woodland resources
Maria Teresa Garcia
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The sociological and ecological consequences of managing piñon woodlands
William deBuys
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Establishing research, management, and harvest areas for piñon nut production
Gary Cunningham, Jim Fisher, and John Mexal
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Spatial variation of piñon-juniper woodlands in New Mexico
Rex D. Pieper
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Isolated butte and mesa summits of the Colorado Plateau
Nicholas S. Van Pelt and David W. Johnson
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Pattern and relationships of terrestrial cryptogam cover in two piñon-juniper communities in New Mexico
Juanita A. R. Ladyman, Esteban Muldavin, and Reginald Fletcher
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Managing southwestern piñon-juniper woodlands: The past half century and the future
Elbert L. Little, Jr.
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Distribution and multiresource management of piñon-juniper woodlands in the southwestern United States
Gerald J. Gottfried and Kieth E. Severson
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Woody debris in undisturbed piñon-juniper woodlands of New Mexico
Kristina A. Ernest, Earl F. Aldon, and Esteban Muldavin
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Insect and disease associates of the piñon-juniper woodlands
Terrence J. Rogers
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Rehabilitation of southwestern rangelands using sewage sludge: Technology applicable to piñon-juniper ecosystems?
Richard Aguilar
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Management implications for mule deer winter range in northern piñon-juniper
Rita R. Suminski
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Occurrence and control of piñon pine, alligator juniper, and gray oak sprouts and seedlings following fuelwood harvest
M. Karl Wood and Roxanne Scanlon
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Piñon-juniper guild associations: A presentation to the State Land Office conference on piñon management
Ben Haggard
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Bureau of Indian Affairs pilot woodlands management program
Beverly A. Schwab
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Soil nutrient research on the Heber Ranger District Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
Hazel Perry
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The piñon-juniper invasion: An inevitable sisaster
Sid Goodloe
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Carrizo Demonstration Area: Restoration of a southwest forest ecosystem
Richard S. Edwards
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Procedural guidelines for developing soil and water conservation practices in piñon-juniper ecosystems
Charles L. Spann
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Forest Stewardship & Stewardship Incentive Program (SIP)
Lorie Stoller
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U.S. market for imported pignoli nuts
Steven Delco, Roberta Beyer, and Fritz Allen
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Action plan resulting from the piñon-juniper symposium
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Title: RM-GTR-236: Managing piñon-juniper ecosystems for sustainability and social needs
Electronic Publish Date: July 9, 2007
Last Update:
October 17, 2012

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