Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-253).
|Statement||Committee on Environmental Issues in Pacific Northwest Forest Management, Board on Biology, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council.|
|Contributions||National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Environmental Issues in Pacific Northwest Forest Management.|
|LC Classifications||SD387.E58 E694 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|ISBN 10||0309053285, 0585335753|
|LC Control Number||00106115|
The volume explores the market role of Pacific Northwest wood products and looks at the implications if other regions should be expected to make up for reduced timber harvests. The book also reviews the health of the forested ecosystems of the region, evaluating the effects of past forest use patterns and management : $ Appropriate levels of management must incorporate a well-designed and properly managed system of protected reserves. Experience with the multiyear process leading to adoption of the Northwest Forest Plan also suggests the need to address ways to reduce . Environmental Issues in Pacific Northwest Forest Management () enbook//Mml/, copyright , The National Academy of File Size: 2MB. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST FOREST MANAGEMENT Committee on Environmental Issues in Pacific Northwest Forest Management Board on Biology Commission on Life Sciences National Research Council SUB Gottingen 7 A NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS Washington, D.C.
Northwest Environmental Issues President Clinton, Vice President Gore, and several members of the president’s cabinet participated in a environmental April 2, She supports the forest program’s interdisciplinary work focused on strategies in federal forest management, forest collaboration, and community forests. Before joining Sustainable Northwest, Kaola was the Oregon Program Director for Pacific Forest Trust, where she worked to promote policies and projects for the benefits of wood, water. The book concludes with an overview of how EFM can contribute to resolving major 21st century issues in forestry, including sustaining forest dependent societies. Title of related interest available from Waveland Press: Palik et al., Ecological Silviculture: Foundations and Applications (ISBN ).Cited by: In addition to dam removal, there are other environmental changes impacting salmon that we can reverse if we act soon, says Jacques White, executive director of Long Live the Kings, a year-old Author: Duke's Seafood & Chowder.
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