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Managing for Old Growth in Frequent-fire Landscapes Ecology and Society
Fiedler, Carl E.; College of Forestry and Conservation, University of Montana; carl.fiedler@umontana.edu; Friederici, Peter; School of Communication, Northern Arizona University; peter.friederici@nau.edu; Petruncio, Mark; Forestry Program, Yakama Nation; petruncio@yakama.com; Denton, Charles; Ecological Restoration Institute; Charles.Denton@nau.edu; Hacker, W. David; Forestry Department, New Mexico Highlands University; david_hacker@nmhu.edu.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to managing frequent-fire, old-growth forests. However, there are general guidelines to follow: 1) set objectives for both structure (tree density, diameter distribution, tree species composition, spatial arrangement, amount of coarse woody debris) and function (nutrient cycling, desired tree species regeneration); 2) prioritize treatments according to ecological, economic, and social needs and risks; 3) identify the potential treatments (natural fire, prescribed fire, silvicultural cutting) that best meet the objectives and scale of the project; and 4) implement the treatment(s). We discuss each of these guidelines in this article.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed article Palavras-chave: Fire; Forest management; Function; Silvicultural treatments; Structure; Thinning.
Ano: 2007
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