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      • Includes bibliographical references and index.Proceedings of the American Forests Workshop, November 14-20, 1993, Sun Valley, Idaho.Has also been published as Journal of sustainable forestry, volume 2, numbers 1/2/3/4, 1994--T.p. verso.

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        PublishersFood Products Press
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        LC Classifications1994
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        Paginationxvi, 58 p. :
        Number of Pages56
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        ISBN 10156022052X
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Modeling trends in forest management, exurban development, and biodiversity conservation under alternative policy portfolios in northern Idaho. Fire frequencies have departed from historical frequencies by multiple return intervals This results in dramatic changes to one or more of the following: fire size, intensity, severity, and landscape patterns.

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Stagnant atmospheric conditions during the late summer and early fall often inhibit smoke dispersal from wildland fires. Another illustrative example of biodiversity changes affecting the ecology of pathogens and Assessing forest ecosystem health in the Inland West was observed in remote areas of neotropical forests, especially in the Amazon.

Nigrogen cycles - Nitrogen can get into forest soils through two microbial processes: 1 symbiotic processes of N-fixation through nodulated plants with bacteria, in the roots, that use energy supplied by such plants as alfalfa, and 2 nonsymbiotic processes of N-fixation, through free-living N-fixing bacteria that use energy from the organic matter in the soil.

Perry, David; Hessburg, Paul; Skinner, Carl; Spies, Assessing forest ecosystem health in the Inland West Stephens, Scott; Taylor, Alan Henry; Franklin, Jerry; McComb, Brenda; Riegel, Greg. Condition Class 1 Descriptions Condition class Fire regime Example management options Condition Class 1 Fire regimes are within an historical range and the risk of losing key ecosystem components is low.

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Policy Enhancement The Nigerian mining policy is punctuated with ambiguity, in which the government solely promotes oil and gas sector with incentives, while doing nothing for solid minerals. Communications in Statistics Computing and Simulation32 3 : 733-745.

Impacts This work is critical to improving the health of the forests of the inland northwest. Only the maximum value R max was derived from the 35 correlation coefficients for each month of the different temporal scales in order to assess the impact of drought on vegetation NDVI in the growing season, spring, summer, autumn and winter.

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The Forest Start Printed Page 67484Service must therefore continue treating these areas. ; Stine, Peter ; Charnley, Susan ; Cerveny, Lee ; Marcot, Bruce G. Multiple publications, presentations, and outreach activities targeting our intended audiences. 2007 The relationship of multispectral satellite imagery to immediate fire effects.