2 edition of Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region found in the catalog.
Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region
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|Statement||by Lee Hunt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Slash disposal in the Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region book fir regionAuthor: Lee Hunt. Get this from a library. Slash disposal and forest management after clear cutting in the Douglas-fir region. [Thornton T Munger; Donald N Matthews; United States.
Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region book Department of Agriculture.]. to slash disposal. Tost of the studies that have been made viere on tue pine forests and are hardly applicable to the Douglas fir region.
However, several ideas and plans have resulted that can be used, as well as others under certain circumstances. Very little has been written on this sub- ject. To date, slash volume data available have been derived from fuels research in the California Region and therefore are not directly applicable to Douglas-fir cutover areas in Oregon and Washington forests.
Sundahl (1 ) made weight Foresters responsible for execution of postsale slash disposal and reforestation actions need to. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): coffeecompanyflorida.com (external link).
slash disposal; its counterpart was left unburned. Density of brush in the original stands was estimated accord- ing to three classes of the range commonly found in the Douglas-fir region. Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region book the Cascade plots, it was sparse to medium.
On the coastal plots, it was medium to dense. Since most of the plots were on areas logged under a policy of. The problem of slash disposal confronting the logging operator in the Douglas fir region.
( leaves, bound ; 28 cm.). The Castle Rock Slash/Mulch site closed for the season. Douglas County maintains two sites for slash drop-off. Castle Rock – Caprice Drive In case of inclement weather, please call to ensure that the site will be open as scheduled.
Acceptable items include tree limbs, shrubs, and brush with a maximum length of 6 feet and. factors affecting the regeneration of Douglas fir on the Lower Coast of British Columbia.
In other words this is a statement of the minimum requirements for the management of Douglas fir based on our own findings and those of other organiza- tions working with similar forest conditions. - Slash Fires 1. The problem of slash disposal confronting the logging operator in the Douglas fir region.
Effects of Slash Burning on Some Soils of the Douglas-Fir Region ROBERT F. TARRANT= ABSTRACT The studies summarized in this paper indicate that effects of slash burning vary with different soils and locations in the Douglas-fir region and also within an individual clear-cut and slash-burned area.
Although severe burning damages some soil. matut• Dougla,v-fir strand.•*nns a lietit D' conldete cover. The two large logs on the I•ft we•x, al•ottt 30 bwhex in diameter. tained much rot and other defect. the slash may total tons or more per acre.
National Forests of the Douglas-fir region contain about 3 million acres of. Variable retention harvesting evolved in the Douglas-fir region of the Pacific Northwest gradually in response to increasing dissatisfaction with the ecological consequences of clear-cutting, from.
The chief reason for slash burning as a forestry measure is to reduce the fire menace of the vast amount of dry litter, that there may be less chance of accidental fires later. For most of the Douglas fir region broadcast slash burning has been accepted by lumbermen and foresters as an essential practice, a "necessary- evil.".
In such western Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region book as the Slash disposal in the Douglas fir region book and the California pine, however, a considerable amount of cutting in second growth stands is under way.
The technical literature, and hence this book, does not seem to have fully caught up with current practices. U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region National Agricultural Library. MORE.
share Share No_Favorite Favorite rss RSS. ABOUT Slash (Logging) Washington (State) Wind River Experimental Forest, Timber flows and utilization patterns in the Douglas-fir region, by Austin, John W.
texts. eye 69 favorite 0. The U.S. Forest Service Officers and Operations Photographs document U.S. Forest Service employees and operations in the Pacific Northwest and California, with an emphasis on Oregon and Washington.
Images were collected by Gerald W. Williams, who served as a sociologist and historian for the U.S. Forest Service (). In the important Douglas Fir region of western Washington and western Oregon, a large proportion of the lands cut over in the last 20 years have failed to re-stock satisfactorily; this is due partly to uncontrolled fire and partly to other coffeecompanyflorida.com by: Slash Disposal: $ Other Costs: $26, Miles of Road Dirt Rock (Contractor) Rock (State) Paved Road Maintenance: Hauling Costs Species $ / MBF Trips/Day MBF / Load Douglas - Fir $ Western Hemlock / Fir $.
fires in which slash fuels played a majdr ~art, the states of Oregbn and Washington have both required that the loggl ng s I ash hazard be abated.
The resulting hazard feductlon fires have come·to be a regular part of good forestry practice over much of the Douglas-fir region. Get this from a library. Economic availability of logging residue in the Douglas-fir region.
[Thomas C Adams; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)]. SOIL ORGANIC MATTER EFFECTS ON DOUGLAS-FIR GROWTH IN NORTHERN IDAHO SOILS. Deborah Page-Dumroese Russell T. Graham Alan E. Harvey. Regeneration of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var.
glauca [Beissn.]Franco) usually depends on site manipulation and planting to. Slash Disposal: $ Other Costs: $61, Miles of Road Dirt Rock (Contractor) Rock (State) Paved Road Maintenance: Hauling Costs Species $ / MBF Trips/Day MBF / Load Douglas - Fir $ Alder (Red) $ $ 11/15/19 5.
Nov 12, · Moisture content in Douglas-fir cull logs and boles of felled tanoaks was sampled periodically at 2-inch intervals to a depth of 6 inches from October ctober The study area had been clear cut in and the hardwoods felled in Analysis of the data showed that the moisture level in tanoak stems decreased at an increasing rate from a 6-inch depth to the.
Particle board from Douglas-fir bark--without additives / (Corvallis: Oregon Forest Research Center, ), by C. Burrows and Oregon Forest Research Center (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Size of particles from saws and planers at mills in the Willamette Valley / (Corvallis, Or. The U.S.
Forest Service Officers and Operations Photographs contain images gathered by Gerald W. Williams documenting U.S. Forest Service employees and operations in the Pacific Northwest and California.
Williams served as a sociologist and historian for the U.S. Forest Service from to Douglas-fir reproduction, Slash Disposal. Aerial assessment of red spruce & balsam fir condition in the Adirondack region of New York, the Green Foliar nutrient concentrations in balsam fir as affected by soil drainage and methods of slash disposal / (Broomall, Pa.: Dept Engelmann spruce, Douglas-fir and western larch in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington.
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In tests of fire-retardant chemicals as an aid in controlling Douglas-fir slash fires, one-third as many spot fires started in retardant-treated areas as in untreated areas. Rate of fire spread in lightly treated areas inside the slash blocks was one-tenth that in adjacent areas.
Chemical application cost from $3 to slightly more than $4 per acre of slash burned. Start studying Forestry Study Guide. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Lodgepole Pine, Douglas Fir.
Western Interior Forest. Loblolly, Shortleaf pine, Longleaf pine, Slash pine, Live Oak. Southern Forest. 25% of lumber & 75% of plywood, ex are Redwoods, Douglas fir, & Hemlock. Douglas-fir covering the hillside behind a mature tree.
the original old-growth forest, clear-cutting combined with slash burning has helped maintain Douglas-fir as the major component in second-growth stands.
Where regeneration of Douglas-fir was only partially. Best Management Practices for Maintaining Soil Productivity in the Douglas-fir Region This publication is a reference guide for forest soils productivity and management. Main topics include (1) understanding and managing risk, (2) soil characteristics that affect productivity, (3) soil survey information for.
The Forest Health Highlights in Washington report is published annually by DNR’s Forest Health and Resiliency Division and the USDA Forest Service each spring. It summarizes the major forest insect and disease conditions from the previous year across all ownerships throughout Washington.
Much of what is reported are results of aerial surveys and ground based surveys, but it also includes. Slash disposal is recommended to reduce fire hazard following pre-commercial thinning treatments.
Lopping and scattering cut limbs and stems to within 2 feet of the ground is the least expensive option for reducing the fire hazard. In areas where slash accumulations may become excessive hand piling and burning of slash accumulations is recommended.
The coast Douglas-fir variety is the dominant tree west of the Cascade Mountains in the Pacific Northwest, occurring in nearly all forest types, competes well on most parent materials, aspects, and slopes.
Adapted to a moist, mild climate, it grows larger and faster than Rocky Mountain coffeecompanyflorida.com: Pinaceae. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital coffeecompanyflorida.com projects include the Wayback Machine, coffeecompanyflorida.com and coffeecompanyflorida.com Rehab work such as grass seeding and weed spraying as well as slash disposal in the form of piling and burning and jackpot burning will occur in the summer/fall of Figure 2 - Felled and piled Douglas-fir trees that have expanded into grasslands important for elk winter range.
Piles will be burned in Photo Credit: B. Lonner. Tree Farm idea caught on in the Douglas fir region. This chapter examines how Weyerhaeuser executives developed the Tree Farm as an idea and brought it to life. On its clear-cut private lands in the Northwest, the Tree Farms were a new kind of landscape—not forest, not farm, and not coffeecompanyflorida.com: Emily Katherine Brock.
Slash pine is a native evergreen conifer found across much of the southern United States. Pinus elliottii, the regular slash pine, is the most abundant and widely spread, whereas Florida Slash Pine, var.
densa, is native only to central and southern Florida. The two varieties can hybridize were their ranges overlap. Douglas-fir was originally named after the Scottish botanist David Douglas who was sent by the Royal Horticultural Society to study the tree in the late ’s (Hebda ).
InDouglas-fir was given its own genus Pseudotsuga, which means false (pseudo) hemlock (tsuga), and is considered not to be a “true” fir. Assessment, the Prescribed Fire Predictor, and the Vancouver Region Prescribed Burning Manual, in pdf slash disposal requirements.
The guide is segregated into the following species: (A) Cedar (B) Hemlock/Balsam (C) Mature Douglas Fir (D) Immature Douglas Fir (E) Deciduous.Apr 19, · Their fascination is plain enough in the Book of Genesis. We grow up with tree-lined stories, from Peter Rabbit’s sandy burrow under the fir, or Robin Hood’s hideout in .The objective and desired treatment ebook is to thin and ebook ponderosa pine, Douglas-fir and white fir trees between 1” - ” DBH to an average landscape average basal area of 80ft per acre.
Remove sound dead and down material to tons per acre. All averages will be taken at the mid-scale of acres to account for variability.