1 edition of Timber resource trends on non-federal timberland in Western Oregon between 1984-86 and 1994 found in the catalog.
Timber resource trends on non-federal timberland in Western Oregon between 1984-86 and 1994
by Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture ; [Salem, Or], Oregon Dept. of Forestry in [Portland, Or.]
Written in English
|Statement||Neil McKay ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||McKay, Neil., United States. Forest Service., Oregon. Dept. of Forestry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
Private land generally has developed more slowly in Eastern Oregon than in Western Oregon between and State and local programs have been successful in limiting rural residential and urban development and maintaining large parcel sizes. Demand for large-scale development in this part of the state has historically been very low. The s survey of forest resources in Washington and Oregon / (Portland, Or.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, ), also by Constance A. Harrington (page images at HathiTrust) Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.).
western Oregon. It is very likely (>90%) Four of the regions five most concentrated industries are natural resource based—three have ties to timber. The Forestry and Logging subsector has the highest location quotient, but Land Use Change on Non-Federal Land in Oregon and Washington, September, , USFS, ODF. Washington timber harvest.. Treesearch. Brian R. Wall. Washington's timber harvest increased slightly in to a year high of 7 billion board feet. This is slightly below the record timber harvest of billion board feet established in Private timberland owners in western Washington increased their production percent, accounting for most of the increase in.
The results were consistent with those predicted from neutral landscape models. An important predictor for beetle behavior was also the size of habitat patches and the distance between those patches. Hemstrom, M.A. Vegetative patterns, disturbances, and forest health in eastern Oregon and Washington. Northwest Science Between July and , DOGAMI completed new coastal erosion and flood modeling for the entire Oregon coast in order to update FEMA flood insurance rate maps derived for each coastal community. These updated maps contain probabilistic estimates of the effects of the , and.
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McKay, C.L. Bolsinger, G. Lettman, M.A. Mei, D.L. Azuma. MISC. and diverse forest policies (fig. Sixty-five percent of non-Federal land in western Oregon was forested in More than 94 percent was classified as timberland, capable of productive use in timber growing.
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