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Dynamic vs. static management in a fire-influenced landscape
Jack Ward Thomas
|Statement||by Jack Ward Thomas.|
|Contributions||Oregon Forest Resources Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7,  p. ;|
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Static and dynamic controls on fire activity at moderate spatial and temporal scales in the Alaskan boreal forest Article (PDF Available) in Ecosphere 7(11):e November with 96 Reads. Dynamic vs. static management in a fire influenced landscape—the Northwest Forest Plan. Presented at the: bFire in Oregon's ForestQ Conference Bend OR Oct.
23 Oregon Forest Resources. climate change response. For example, management that enhances the long-term retention of carbon in ecosystems and reduces fire emissions to the atmosphere will benefit mitigation (Hurteau, Koch, and Hungate ). Management that contributes to increased ecosystem resilience will benefit adaptation (National Academy of Science ).
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Wildlife Monographs Number 66 pp. Marburger, R.G. and Jack Ward Thomas. A Die-Off in White-Tailed Deer in the Central Mineral Region of Texas. Journal of Wildlife Management 29(4) TY - BOOK T1 - Biogeography of root-associated endophytes.
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SynthesisofKnowledge: FireHistoryand ClimateChange s JFSPProject i ii Preface Fire is a climate influenced ecosystem process re. Fire Engineering and Emergency Planning to the goal of European harmonisation and provide a facility for the exchange of information in the fields of fire engineering and safety management.
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. "Ten years following the Biscuit fire, the landscape is a vibrant snag forest full of wildflowers, conifer seedlings, woodpeckers, songbirds and butterflies that began populating the fire area as the embers cooled (from nature's rain, not firefighting).
It was certainly not an ecological catastrophe. Ecosystem management, a more holistic approach to forest management which attempts to integrate ecological concerns with economics and which ideally considers the larger landscape scale ecology in its site planning, relies on present trends in forest vegetation development called seral succession in designing harvest prescriptions or planning.
Fire History and Climate Change:A Synthesis of Knowledge - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. This report synthesizes available fire history and climate change scientific knowledge to aid managers with fire decisions in the face of 5/5(1).
Instead, we focus on new and emerging ideas about the landscape ecology of fire that are not well covered in the existing literature. We hope that the chapters in this book stretch familiar concepts, touch upon new ideas and directions, and present a range of perspectives for.
The “ fire stick farming” hypothesis: Australian Aboriginal foraging strategies, biodiversity, and anthropogenic fire mosaics. PubMed Central. Bliege Bird, R. Managing forests after fires. Treesearch. Rhonda.
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Turner although landscape-management actions framework (e.g., agricultural systems and forest harvesting) can be studied experimentally. Dynamic versus Static Dynamic models represent systems or phenomena that change through time.
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