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ECO-Report - 1999 Symposium highlights five years of learning

Posted date: August 25, 2016
Publication Year: 
1999
Authors: Canton-Thompson, Janie; Smith, Jane Kapler; Jones, Greg; Brown, Perry J.; Arno, Stephen F.; Daniels, Orville L.; Burk, Dale A.; Hardy, Colin C.; Silvieus, Dave; Pflug, Kristi D.; Winhorst, Bruce; Thompson, Brooke; Ortega, Yvette K.McKelvey, Kevin S.; Thompson, Tom; Pearson, Dean E.; Stewart, Cathy; Sullivan, Janet
Publication Series: 
Science Bulletins and Newsletters
Source: Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project. 20 p.

Abstract

ECO-Report is an annual Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) publication which contains a set of articles showcasing the Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project (BEMRP) research projects and activities. The articles are concise, user-friendly, and designed to inform a broad range of audiences interested in ecosystem management. Articles featured in this issue: 1999 Symposium Highlights Five Years of Learning; The Past Six Years (1994-1999); The “Spotlight”...highlighting researchers at work: Mick Harrington; It’s All in the Family - Sibling Ecosystem Management Research Projects; Rio Grande Ecosystem Management Research Project; Great Basin Research and Management Project; Blue Mountains Natural Resource Institute; Southwestern Borderlands Project; Colorado Front Range Ecosystem Management Research Project; "A Look to the Future"; Agencies Within Communities, Communities Within Ecosystems; The Economics of Ecosystem Management; Reaching a Sociological Maximum in the Bitterroot Valley; Book Report: A Review of Nature and the Human Spirit: Toward An Expanded Land Management Ethic; Historical Perspective on Ecosystem-based Management; The Bitterroot Controversy - A View from the Inside; Early Attempts at Stevensville (1944-1965); The Bitterroot Controversy - Revisited; On the Move: Recent Happenings in Vegetation Research; Fire and Silviculture to the Rescue; Ameliorating Unhealthy Forest Conditions; Ameliorating Unhealthy Forest Conditions; Understory Burning Gets the Job Done; The Virtues and Travails of Whitebark Pine; The Bitterbrush Problem: Survival Help for a Plant That Helps Game Survive; The Bear Overlook Prescribed Fire Project - A Case Study in Whitebark Pine Restoration; Evaluating the Ecology and Restoration of Winter Range Sites; Doing BEMRP Bird Point Counts; Deer Mice, Knapweed, and Gall Flies; The Continuing Saga of an Avian Community; REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES - WHAT THE USERS ARE SAYING Using MAGIS at the Fine Scale; REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES - WHAT THE USERS ARE SAYING SIMPPLLE in Practice; Recent Developments in Landscape Modeling; Choosing Effective Treatments for a Landscape.

Citation

Canton-Thompson, Janie; Smith, Jane Kapler; Jones, Greg; Brown, Perry J.; Arno, Stephen F.; Daniels, Orville L.; Burk, Dale A.; Hardy, Colin C.; Silvieus, Dave; Pflug, Kristi D.; Winhorst, Bruce; Thompson, Brooke; Ortega, Yvette K.; McKelvey, Kevin S.; Thompson, Tom; Pearson, Dean E.; Stewart, Cathy; Sullivan, Janet. 1999. ECO-Report - 1999 Symposium highlights five years of learning. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project. 20 p.