2 edition of Guidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny hardwoods found in the catalog.
Guidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny hardwoods
David A. Marquis
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in [Broomall, Pa.?]
Written in English
|Statement||David A. Marquis, John C. Bjorkbom.|
|Series||Forest Service research note NE -- 307.|
|Contributions||Bjorkbom, John C., 1915-, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. :|
In the second experiment, hardwoods in five mature stands were injected in March and effects measures in June In the third experiment, fuel analyses were taken before and after an April prescribed burn (two study stands), and from burned and unburned areas (three study stands). We reviewed recent studies on the restoration of semi-natural forests after clearcutting of conifer plantations with specific reference to the importance of setting restoration goals, general and specific factors influencing restoration, and the prediction and judgment of successful restoration. For the restoration of semi-natural forests following the clearcutting of Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Guidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny hardwoods. [David A Marquis; John C Bjorkbom; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)]. Marquis, David A.: Guidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny hardwoods / ([Broomall, Pa.?]: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), also by John C. Bjorkbom and Pa.) Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor (page images at HathiTrust). Stand development patterns in Allegheny hardwood forests, and their influence on silviculture and management practices Guidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny hardwoods.
USDA Forest Serv., Northeast. Forest Exp. Sta., Broomall, PA. Res. Note NE 4 p. Google Scholar. Marquis, D. Cited by: 9. Hardwoods; Guidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny hardwoods [microform] / Economical and simple production of containerized hardwood seedlings [microform] / Merrill C.
Hoyle; Forest statistics for Minnesota's Central Hardwood Unit '90 / Earl C. Leatherberry. Allegheny hardwood regeneration response to block clearcutting, alternate strip clearcutting, and two-cut shelterwood, and in an uncut control was compared.
Stand regeneration success was evaluated 5 years after harvest. Clearcutting resulted in high mortality of advance regeneration. Thus, regeneration by blockCited by: 7. year-old Allegheny hardwoods, previously thinned or not.
To achieve the first objective, we reviewed the nearly year history of DOC guide development in Allegheny hardwoods. To achieve the second objective, we conducted simulation experiments. History of Distribution of Cut Guidelines The history of DOC guidelines for Allegheny hardwoods canCited by: 5.
In eight plots ( ha) were established to study the effects of site quality and season of clearcutting on regeneration at the Mead Experimental Forest in south-central Ohio. D.A. Marquis, J.C. BjorkbomGuidelines for evaluating regeneration before and after clearcutting Allegheny Res.
Note NE, US Forest Service, Radnor, PA (), p. 4 Google ScholarCited by: Guidelines for Evaluating Regeneration Before and After Clearcutting Allegheny Hard woods, Note NE USDA Forest Series Research. Influence of Vegetative Succession methods of oak regeneration, such as clearcutting cuts were inadequate to secure oak regeneration i_i_ and group selection, often require advance on medium to good sites.
Our objective was to _ regeneration to be present for successful stand describe oak regeneration after a series of i_i_ establishment (Merritt ). Forest Regeneration and Clearcutting Standards. Forest Practices Act.
Marquis, D.A., Effect of Advance Seedling Size and Vigor on Survival after Clearcutting. Marquis, D.A. & J.C. Bjorkbom, Guidelines for Evaluating Regeneration Before. This guide will help landowners, consulting foresters, and public service foresters regenerate bottomland hardwoods.
It discusses (1) interpretation of site characteristics, (2) selection of species, and (3) selection of regeneration methods. A dichotomous key for selection of appropriate regeneration methods under various conditions is by: Hardwoods -- North America; Used for: Hard woods; Filed under: Hardwoods.
Knife planing across the grain can be applied to hardwoods / (St. Paul: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, ), by Harold A.
Stewart and Minn.) North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul (page images at HathiTrust). Authors: Johnson, R.L. Publication Year: Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote) Source: In: Proceedings of Hardwood Regeneration Symposium, January 29Atlanta, GA. Forest Park, GA: Southeastern Lumber Manufacturing Association.
17– Abstract. Hardwoods reproduce naturally through seedlings established in the understory, through Cited by: Clearcutting has often been the recommended regeneration method where advanced oak regeneration is present and good potential exists for oak stump sprouts.
Estimates of the number of oak saplings and sprouts considered adequate to regenerate an oak stand range from /ha (Oliver, ) to /ha (Sander, ).Cited by: Upland hardwoods cannot be reproduced with satisfactory composition or growth by indi- vidual tree selection or by group selection where groups consist of only a few trees (Min- ckler et al.
Upland hardwoods are best suited to even-aged silviculture. Clear cuttings should be used for regenera- are tion (RoachSander and Clark). At the. The Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group, Inc. (AHUG) is a support organization of the hardwood industry in the northwest, north central portion of the state.
Dedicated to economic development of the industry based on a sustainable forest resource. AHUG provides marketing, professional develop-ment, technical expertise, training opportunities as.
either a natural regeneration method or artificial regeneration method. In most cases, artificial be employed when a stand is not capable of producing sufficient natural regeneration.
Establishing a Management Objective. Before an effective stand evaluation can be conducted, the goals or objectives for management must be determined. Forty-two years of succession following strip clearcutting in a northern hardwoods forest in northwestern Massachusetts Taber D.
Allison*, Henry W. Art, Frank E. Cunningham1, Rebecca Teed2 Center for Environmental Studies, Williams College, Williamstown, MAUSA. Marquis, David A. and Bjorkbom, John C.
Guidelines for Evaluating Regeneration Before and After Clearcutting Allegheny Hardwoodss. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Research Note - 4 pgs. P. abies fine root mass in the 10 cm layer of soil was ± 36 g m −2 before clearcutting.
It decreased after clearcutting to ± 43 g m −2 in month 8 Cited by: Effects of Clearcutting, Patch Cutting, and Low-density Shelterwoods on Breeding Birds and Tree Regeneration in New Hampshire Northern Hardwoods USDA Forest Service research paper by Mariko Yamasaki, Christine A.
Costello, and William B. Leak on effects of different forest management practices on breeding birds and tree regeneration ( MB.Progress 10/01/16 to 09/30/17 Outputs OUTPUTS: The objective for Problem Area #1 is the development of innovative silvicultural methods to produce composition and structure needed for conserving biodiversity and providing habitat, products, and other ecological services to benefit society.
Several studies culminated in the development of publications and guidelines .