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Suggested stocking levels for forest stands in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Forest Service research note
Catastrophes and manipulation of stocking levels are primary determinants of stand development and the appearance of future forest landscapes. Managers need stocking level guides particularly forExpand
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Changes in ponderosa pine site productivity following removal of understory vegetation
Competition from understory vegetation for water and nutrients can limit productivity of young forest stands. Less is known of the effect of understory vegetation on long-term stand growth or soilExpand
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Thirty-five-year growth of ponderosa pine saplings in response to thinning and understory removal.
Summary Cochran, P.H.; Barrett, James W. 1999. Thirty-five-year growth of ponderosa pine saplings in response to thinning and understory removal. Res. Pap. PNW-RP-512. Portland, OR: U.S. DepartmentExpand
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Evangelical Feminism: A History
ContentsAcknowledgments 1 Introduction 2 We're on Our Way, Lord! The Birth of Biblical Feminism, 1973-1975 3 All We're Meant to Be: The Early Years of Biblical Feminism, 1975-1983 4 Is the HomosexualExpand
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Growth of ponderosa pine thinned to different stocking levels in central Oregon: 30-year results.
Cochran, P.H.; Barrett, James W. 1999 . Growth of ponderosa pine thinned to different stocking levels in central Oregon: 30-year results. Res. Pap. PNW-RP508. Portland, OR: U.S. Department ofExpand
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Stocking levels and underlying assumptions for uneven-aged ponderosa pine stands /
Potential Problems With Q-Values Many ponderosa pine stands have a limited number of size classes, and it may be desirable to carry very large trees through several cutting cycles. Large numbers ofExpand
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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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