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Lethal soil temperatures during burning of masticated forest residues
Mastication of woody shrubs is used increasingly as a management option to reduce fire risk at the wildland-urban interface. Whether the resulting mulch layer leads to extreme soil heating, ifExpand
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Verbenone‐releasing flakes protect individual Pinus contorta trees from attack by Dendroctonus ponderosae and Dendroctonus valens (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae)
1 In a study site in interior northern California, twenty individual lodgepole pines Pinus contorta were sprayed with a suspension of DISRUPT Micro‐Flake® VerbenoneExpand
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Feasibility of alternatives to herbicides in young conifer plantations in California
Escalating controversy on clear-cutting, herbicides, burning, and grazing led to a research program with 40 studies, begun in 1980, that compared most of the vegetation management techniques used forExpand
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Ectomycorrhizal Formation in Herbicide-Treated Soils of Differing Clay and Organic Matter Content
Herbicides are commonly used on private timberlands in the western United States for site preparation and control of competing vegetation. How non-target soil biota respond to herbicide applications,Expand
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Twenty-Five Years of Managing Vegetation in Conifer Plantations in Northern and Central California: Results, Application, Principles, and Challenges
McDonald, Philip M.; Fiddler, Gary O. 2010. Twenty-five years of managing vegetation in conifer plantations in northern and central California: results, application, principles, and challenges. Gen.Expand
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Ponderosa pine seedlings and competing vegetation: ecology, growth, and cost.
Foresten oftm need information on the cost effedivenessofmanual and chemical release treatments for individual and combined species in young mixed-shrub communities. A studvin northern CalifomiaExpand
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Developing resilient ponderosa pine forests with mechanical thinning and prescribed fire in central Oregon's pumice region
Thinning and prescribed burning are common management practices for reducing fuel buildup in ponderosa pine forests. However, it is not well understood if their combined use is required to lowerExpand
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The key roles of four Experimental Forests in the LTSP International Research Program
Four Experimental Forests were pivotal in piloting the long-term soil productivity (LTSP) cooperative research program—one of the most successful and extensive collaborative science efforts yetExpand
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Vegetation in group-selection openings:early trends
The invention relates to bichromophoric benzoxazole-styrene ester and amide compounds which have been found to be effective ultraviolet stabilizers. The invention also relates to ultravioletExpand
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A National Study of the Consequences of Fire and Fire Surrogate Treatments
See next page for additional authors Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/jfspresearch Part of the Forest Biology Commons, Forest Management Commons, Natural ResourcesExpand
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