Trends in terrestrial plant communities and landscape health indicate the effects of alternative management strategies in the interior Columbia River basin

@inproceedings{Hemstrom2001TrendsIT,
  title={Trends in terrestrial plant communities and landscape health indicate the effects of alternative management strategies in the interior Columbia River basin},
  author={Miles A. Hemstrom and Jerome John Korol and Wendel J. Hann},
  year={2001}
}
Current and potential future conditions of terrestrial plant communities and landscape health were modeled for three alternative public land management strategies in the interior Columbia river basin. Landscape health was defined as an integration of the degree to which vegetation and disturbance conditions resemble native patterns and support levels of human activity. The range of vegetation and disturbance variability for a period before the middle 19th century was used as a basis for… CONTINUE READING

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