Published 2011 by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Series||General technical report PNW -- GTR-835|
|LC Classifications||SD144.A4 F67 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||156 pages :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||2011388455|
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Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, – five-year forest inventory and analysis report. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. This report highlights key findings from the most recent (–) data collected. This report highlights key findings from the most recent () data collected by the Forest Inventory and Analysis program across all ownerships in southeast and south-central Alaska.
Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, five-year forest inventory and analysis report |. This report highlights key findings from the most recent () data collected by the Forest Inventory and Analysis program across all ownerships in Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska and south-central Alaska.
We present basic resource information such as forest area, ownership, volume, biomass, carbon sequestration, growth, and mortality; structure and function topics such as vegetation and lichen Cited by: 6. Forests of Alaska The forests of Alaska stretch thousands of kilometers and encompass million hectares.
The three major forested zones in the state are the coastal rain forests of Southeast Alaska, transitional forests of South‑central, and the boreal forests of the Interior. The report, Forests of Southeast and South-Central Alaska,highlights key findings from the most recent data collected by the station's PNW Forest.
Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, – five-year forest inventory and analysis report Descriptive statistics of tree crown condition in California, Oregon, and Washington Small-diameter timber alchemy: can utilization pay the way toward fire-resistant forests.
The Southeast State Forest was the third and final State Forest to be voted in for Alaska. It spans alm acres in Southeast Alaska.
6) Bright orange mushrooms scatter the floors of Alaskan forests. A comprehensive field guide to native ferns, trees, shrubs, grasses, sedges, rushes and herbs found in Southeast and South-central Alaska. Includes: Detailed line drawings for all species Plant descriptions for more than species Keys to family, genus and species Range and abundance information Flowering times Former and alternate taxonomy Food and medicinal uses as well as other.
A Stunning Rainforest In Alaska, Tongass National Forest Is The Largest In The U.S. Picture this: 17 million acres of huge trees, temperate rainforest, jolting fjords, booming waterfalls, steep mountain peaks, fascinating amounts of wildlife, glistening glaciers and some of the rarest types of flora and fauna in the world.
The Division manages forests for 2004-2008 book uses and the sustained yield of renewable resources on 20 million acres of State land. This includes the Tanana Valley, Haines, and Southeast Statethe Alaska State Legislature ad acres of commercial forest lands to the existing Southeast State Forest.
The Division conducts personal use, commercial timber, and fuel-wood sales. The Chugach National Forest (pronounced Chew'gatch) is million acres in south central Alaska, south and east of Anchorage, encompassing the Prince William Sound area and much of the Kenai Peninsula.
Roughly the size of Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined, the Chugach is the second largest national forest in the United States, next to. A map of southeast Alaska. A map of the old growth on a section of the Tongass National Forest, s.e.
Alaska. The Alaskan Temperate Rainforest Southeast Alaska and rainforests to the south [of Juneau] share a maritime climate and many of the same rainforest plant and animal species. These northern forests also differ in several ways. The nation’s largest forest is the Tongass National Forest with 17 million acres – so designated by Teddy Roosevelt in Nestled inside the Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska in Southeast Alaska is some of the lushest vegetation found anywhere on the planet.
It’s part of the largest temperate rainforest region in the world. In Southeast Alaska we’ve been remarkably lucky so far. Elizabeth Graham says there are even more scary things out there.
Asian gypsy moths, for instance, are adaptable to over six hundred host species. They travel in logs, nursery stock, pallets etc. and are one of the most serious threats to Alaska forests. The Alaska Rainforest — A powerpoint slideshow and booklet intended to provide educators an ecological overview of Southeast Alaska's temperate rainforest.
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Southeast Alaska forests: inventory highlights. [Sally J Campbell; Willem W S Van Hees; Bert R Mead; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)] -- "This publication presents highlights of a recent southeast Alaska inventory and analysis conducted by the Pacific Northwest Research Station Forest Inventory and Analysis Program (USDA Forest.
Barrett, T.M., and Christensen, G.A. Forests of southeast and south–central Alaska, – five year forest inventory and analysis report. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon, General Technical Report PNW-GTR Google Scholar. Mushrooms of the National Forests in Alaska "The coastal temperate rainforests of the Tongass and Chugach national forests often produce prolific fruitings of mushrooms in late summer and fall.
For many Alaskan, mushrooms are a source of food. book Complete guide including all photos and descriptions, spanning multiple pages. Southeast Alaska is composed of seven entire boroughs and two census areas, in addition to the portion of the Yakutat Borough lying east of ° West longitude.
Although it has only percent of Alaska's land area, it is larger than the state of Maine, and almost as large as the state of Southeast Alaskan coast is roughly as long as the west coast of Canada. Differences in forest area classification based on tree tally from variable and fixed radius plots.
Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. Barrett, Tara M.; Christensen, Glenn A., tech. eds. Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, five-year forest inventory and analysis report. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio Topics: Wood Defects Alaska, Southeast, Wood Deterioration Alaska, Southeast, Forests and forestry Alaska, U.S. Forest Service Alaska Forest Research Center. The physical effect of logging on.
It is one of four regional units in the research branch of the U.S. Forest Service comprising the national FIA Program, which annually monitors all of the Nation's public and private forests. On the Web: View and Print "Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, – five-year forest inventory and analysis report" ( MB).
The Alaska Legislature established the Southeast State Forest in and enlarged it in The Southeast State Forest is Alaska’s third and smallest state forest. It consists of 32 forest units ranging from to 5, acres in size, for a total of 46, acres. The forest units are widely scattered among 11 islands located.
Plan your cruise, land tour, or custom package. Discover Alaska's best destinations and excursions. Videos, photos, and hundreds of expert advice articles. Get this from a library. Coastal Alaska’s forest resources ten-year forest inventory and analysis report.
[Sean M P Cahoon; Olaf Kuegler; Glenn A Christensen; Tom Thompson; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.),;] -- This report highlights key findings from the most recent year survey of Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) data collected across southeast and south.
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It is the fourth-largest state by area, the eighth-least populous state, and the third-least densely populated state. along the Gulf Coast from the tip of Southeast Alaska north to Kodiak.
Rainfall is abundant and temperatures are moderate year-round. The tallest tree on record in Alaska is a Sitka spruce feet (76 meters) in height. Taiga – Land of Little Sticks. Boreal forests grow in Alaska’s Interior between the coastal rainforest and the treeless.
4 Southeast Alaska Conservation Assessment, Executive Summary is available upon request. This program is a powerful tool that enables users to scroll through a map of Southeast and view (at any scale) the various resource overlays used in this analysis.
This set of GIS data layers permits viewing of topographic, landform, and. Peppered with detailed line art illustrations, this book combines scientific research with personal experiences to make a definitive field guide for residents of or visitors to Southeast Alaska.
This, the third edition, includes expanded coverage of old growth forest biology, previously unpublished line art illustrations, and side-bars Reviews: T. M Barrett& G. A Christensen Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, – five-year forest inventory and analysis report.
General Technical Report PNW-GTR U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific. Wittwer, D. Use of forest inventory data to document patterns of yellow-cedar occurrence, mortality, and regeneration in the context of climate.
In: Forests of southeast and south-central Alaska, – Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: The report, Forests of Southeast and South-Central Alaska,highlights key findings from the most recent data collected by the station's PNW Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) unit.
Southeast Alaska Weather: The climate in Ketchikan and the Southeast Alaska panhandle is a mid-latitude oceanic climate in the southern sections and a sub Arctic oceanic climate in the northern parts.
Much of the southern parts are temperate rainforest. On an annual basis, this is both the wettest and warmest part of Alaska with milder temperatures in the winter and high precipitation. Southeast Alaska. More bald eagles reside here than any other place in the world.
The Tongass National Forest, the nation’s largest forest, comprises the bulk of Southeast’s Federal lands, with 17 million acres of forest, mountains, alpine meadows, lakes, streams, muskegs, and glaciers. Southeast Alaska’s lush rain forests and Glacier Bay National Park line the Inside Passage that receives many cruise ships each summer at ports of call like Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan.
South central Alaska includes the state’s largest city, Anchorage, scenic Prince William Sound and Kenai Fjords National Park near the town of s: 4. Request PDF | Spruce beetles and forest ecosystems in south-central Alaska: A review of 30 years of research | From toapproximatelyha of Alaska spruce (Picea spp.) forests.
Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 39 p Abstract The effects of logging and associated activities on the habitat of the major forest wildlife species in southeast Alaska are discussed and research results applicable to this region are summarized.
Alaskan forests cover one-third of the state's 52 million ha of land (Parson et al. ), and are regionally and globally significant. Ninety percent of Alaskan forests are classified as boreal, representing 4 percent of the world's boreal forests, and are located throughout interior and south-central Alaska (fig.
The remaining 10 percent of Alaskan forests are. South-central Alaska, – ﬁ ve-year forest inventory and analysis report Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Paci ﬁ c Northwest. The Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) adopted the Central/Southern Southeast Area Plan in November The adoption of this plan establishes management policies for approximately 3 million acres of state owned and state selected uplands, as well as tidelands, submerged and shorelands within the planning boundary as.
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View All First Time Trip Advice.The State of Alaska Division of Forestry manages forests for multiple uses and sustained yield of renewable resources on 20 million acres of state land. This includes the Tanana Valley State Forest, the Haines State Forest, and the new Southeast Alaska State Forest.
The Division conducts personal use, commercial timber, and fuel-wood sales.