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Dynamics of the true fir-hemlock forests of the west slope of the Washington Cascade range.
Dale Alden Thornburgh
Written in English
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The first forests (>12 BP) were an open mixture of conifers and deciduous trees, chiefly Tsuga mertensiana, Abies, Pinus contorta, and Populus on a landscape subject to erosion. Just before 12 BP, the pioneer species Picea sitchensis, Alnus rubra, and A. sinuata became important constituents of the by: The Ashland Forest Reserve, which set as acres, was established on Septem The Cascade Range Forest Reserve was created on the same day. Whereas the other reserves were small in size, the Cascade Range Forest Reserve encompassed 4,, acres and was miles in length, the largest forest reserve in the nation.
Dale Alden Thornburgh has written: 'Dynamics of the true fir-hemlock forests of the west slope of the Washington Cascade range' -- subject(s): Academic Dissertations, Dissertations, Academic, Fir. The dynamic path of recreational values following a forest fire: a comparative analysis of states in the Intermountain West Jeffrey Englin, John Loomis, and Armando González-Cabán Abstract: This analysis examines the dynamic path of recreational values following a forest fire in three different states in the intermountain western United States.
Analysis of structural patterns and tree population dynamics in natural Douglas-fir--western hemlock stands and the application of this information in restoration thinning of plantations are proposed in this 3-year research project. This research builds upon previous work (partially supported by a previous McIntire-Stennis project), which included the first structural characterizations of. The western slope of the range is wet and cool, with 60 to inches ( to m) of precipitation per year. This produces a temperate rain forest climate in the low valleys, which then grades into montane and alpine climates on mountain slopes and ion: 10, ft (3, m).
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Discusses the factors controlling the distribution patterns of the tree species of the climax communities at various altitudes (Pacific Silver Fir and Western Hen-dock) and of the seral stages (Pacific Silver Fir Western Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, Western Red Cedar, Grand Fir, Western White Pine, Mountain Hemlock, Alaska Yellow Cedar and Subalpine Fir-either as single species or in Cited by: Canopy structure and dynamics differ between young and old-growth forests: old forests are taller and have more aboveground biomass and greater annual mortality of bole biomass.
I predicted that risk of damage caused by debris fall in the understory is greater in old-growth forests than in young by: 4. Size and age structure were used to reconstruct the population dynamics of two forested stands in the western Cascade Range, Oregon, USA.
Trees with different growth rates and size—age relationship Cited by: This estimate at first sight appears low, but it results from the fact that 1, acres, or C}(y per cent, of the timbered area are upon the eastern slope of the mountains, which supports a nuich more open and lighter forest than does the 9 Digitized by VjOOQ iC 10 FOREST CONDITIONS IN.
Some characteristics of forest floors and soils under true fir-hemlock stands in the Cascade Range / Related Titles. Series: U.S. Forest Service research paper PNW, 37.
The evergreen true fir-hemlock forests characteristic of mid-elevations ( m) in the western Cas- cade Range, Oregon (Pacific Northwest, USA) are. Forest development in canopy openings in old-growth Pseudotsuga forests of the western Cascade Range, Oregon Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16(3) June.
A fire-risk model was developed using a stand-structure approach for the forests of the eastern slopes of the Washington Cascade Range, USA. The model was used to evaluate effects of seven landscape-scale silvicultural regimes on fire risk at two spatial scales: (1) the risk to the entire landscape; and (2) the risk to three reserve stands with stand structures associated with high Cited by: Montane chaparral stands were studied in a mixed conifer forest landscape in Lassen Volcanic National Park (LVNP) in the southern Cascade Range, California ().LVNP is a volcanic plateau punctuated by high volcanic peaks, and elevations range from to by: Identification and Mitigation on Developed Sites in Oregon and Washington Forests for the greatest good.
(> years) western hemlock and true firs west of the Cascade Crest in Oregon and Washington. Cull rules used to identify the extent of red ring rot inFile Size: 1MB. POPULATION DYNAMICS OF A MONTANE CONIFER FOREST, WESTERN CASCADE RANGE, OREGON, USA [Stewart, Glenn H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Dynamics of the true fir-hemlock forests of the west slope of the Washington Cascade Range. Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Washington, Seattle.
Tucker, Gabriel F., Thomas M. Hinckley, Jerry Leverenz, and Shimei Jiang. Title. Juvenile height growth of four upper-slope conifers in the Washington and northern Oregon Cascade range / Related Titles.
Series: USDA Forest Service research paper PNW ; 70 By. Williams, Carroll B. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Type.
Forest Conditions in the Cascade Range Forest Reserve, Oregon Hardcover – Aug This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.
Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important Format: Hardcover. many locations in the true fir-hemlock forest.
Old-growth trees in unmanaged stands were selected because no well-distributed population of young trees, either managed or unmanaged, was available for sampling.
Only a relatively few young-growth stands were available as a result of recent, scattered, catastrophic events such as fire and windthrow.
SuchFile Size: 3MB. The Western Cascades Lowlands and Valleys ecoregion comprises a network of steep ridges and narrow valleys on the lower slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Coordinates: 45°N °W /. Amelanchier alnifolia var. humptulipensis occurs on the western slope of the Cascade Range Black cottonwood-willow Western hemlock Western hemlock-Sitka spruce Coastal true fir-hemlock Western redcedar -western Ottmar, Roger D.
Reintroduction of fire into forests of eastern Oregon and Washington. occur on the east slope of the Washington Cascades on the Wenatchee National Forest and are comprised of broken topography with intermixed aspects and slopes (Fig.
Historically, these areas were open ponderosa pine stands on south-facing slopes and greater density stands on north-facing slopes from additional Dou-Cited by: Species distribution and abundance patterns in the southern Cascades are influenced by both environmental gradients and fire regimes.
Little is known about fire regimes and variation in fire regimes may not be independent of environmental gradients or vegetation patterns. In this study, we analyze variation in fire regime parameters (i.e., return interval, season, size, severity, and rotation Cited by: Fire history and fire regimes of the Central Western Cascades of Oregon.
Ph.D. dissertation. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon. pp 9 Thomburgh, Dale Alden. Dynamics of the true fir-hemlock forests of the west slope of the Washington Cascade Range Ph.D.
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Ph.D. Dissertation. THORNBURGH, D. A.Dynamics of the true fir-hemlock forests of the west slope of the Washington.