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Forest resources of southeast Alaska, 2000

Willem W. S. Van Hees

Forest resources of southeast Alaska, 2000

results of a single-phase systematic sample

by Willem W. S. Van Hees

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Published by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR (333 SW First Ave., P.O. Box 3890, Portland, 97208-3890) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska, Southeast
    • Subjects:
    • Forests and forestry -- Alaska, Southeast -- Statistics.,
    • Timber -- Alaska, Southeast -- Statistics.,
    • Forest surveys -- Alaska, Southeast -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWillem W.S. van Hees.
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesResearch paper PNW ;, RP-557, Research paper PNW ;, 557.
      ContributionsPacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD11 .A45614 no. 557, SD144.A4 .A45614 no. 557
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3346454M
      LC Control Number2004356502

      Tanana Valley State Forest Citizen's Advisory Committee; View maps showing geothermal resources, volcanoes, mineral prospects, and other features. State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources. W. 7th Ave, Suite Anchorage, AK Phone: () Publication of reports on California and Alaska forest resources. Progress 10/01/08 to 09/30/09 Outputs OUTPUTS: Data collection was continued in Oregon, California, Washington, and Alaska. In Oregon and California, crews installed the ninth 10% panel of annual inventory plots across all ownerships.

      Travels in Alaska by John Muir Some remarkable descriptions of Southeast Alaska in the late s, including descriptions of native life and the spectacular glacial country. This would be an enjoyable prelude to a cruise up the Inside Passage, a visit to Glacier Bay, or to Prince William Sound. Alaska .   Southeast Alaska is inseparable from the Tongass National Forest; they are one and the same, with the mountainous western edge of the North American continent giving way to the hundreds of .

      The operator of the largest silver mine in the country is asking the U.S. Forest Service to approve a tailings storage expansion plan that would allow the mine to produce into the s. Hecla.   "President Trump will open up all million acres of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest to logging and other forms of development," reports Juliet Eilperin.. The U.S. Department of Agriculture published the final rule and record of decision to the Federal Register on Octo The decision overturns protections in place for two decades for one of the world’s largest intact.


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Forest resources of southeast Alaska, 2000 by Willem W. S. Van Hees Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Forest resources of southeast Alaska, results of a single-phase systematic sample. [Willem W S Van Hees; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)].

Inventory, south-central Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, timberland, forest land Related Search. Southeast Alaska forests: inventory highlights. Forest resources of southeast Alaska, results of a single-phase systematic sample.

Coastal Alaska’s forest resources, – Ten-year Forest Inventory and Analysis reportCited by: 1. the forest resources of southeast Alaska. The geographic scope of this series is that portion of Alaska east of the st meridian (fig.,l).

A problem analysis and "state-of-the-art" evaluation for the central and southwest coasts are also needed; however, research information for. 79 Young-Growth Timber Resource in Coastal Alaska Glenn A. Christensen 84 Alaska’s Primary Forest Forest resources of southeast Alaska Industry in the report with more than 2, locations and half a million acres of mapped mortal- live tree (Forests of Southeast and South-Central Alaska, – Forests of Southeast and South-Central Alaska, –Cited by: 6.

AN INVENTORY OF THE FOREST RESOURCES in south-central Alaska was conducted by the Pacific Northwest Research Station Forest Inventory and Analysis Program (USDA Forest Service) from to (fig. A more detailed presentation of the data has been published (van Hees b).

The Kenai Peninsula was also inventoried in and to assessCited by: 1. Forests of Alaska The forests of Alaska stretch thousands of kilometers and encompass million hectares. The three major forested zones 2000 book the state are the coastal rain forests of Southeast Alaska, transitional forests of South‑central, and the boreal forests of the Interior.

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.

Alaska Timber Industry History Southeast Alaska Summary From the purchase of Alaska until after the proclamation establishing the Tongass National Forest, only small amounts of the timber resources in Southeast Alaska were harvested for local use.

Subsequent tothe newly established Forest Service. Red & Yellow Cedar: For hundreds of years, the ocean and the forest have provided life sustaining resources for the Tlingit and Haida people of Southeast Alaska. Using red and yellow cedar trees they made their homes, canoes, clothing, tools, dishes, baskets and monument poles.

The Division manages forests for multiple 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. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

Tongass National Forest land and resource management plan revision. by Tongass Southeast, Wood Deterioration Alaska, Southeast, Forests and forestry Alaska, U.S.

Forest Service Alaska Forest Research Center. Insects and diseases. The resource manager concerned with forest protection must examine southeast Alaska (fig. 1) in the light of its unique character.

Compared with coniferous forests at lower latitudes, biotic diversity is limited for several reasons. from glaciation and has a maritime climate. The Tongass National Forest (/ ˈ t ɒ ŋ ɡ ə s /) in Southeast Alaska is the largest national forest in the United States at million acres (26, sq mi; 68, km 2).Most of its area is temperate rain forest, and is remote enough to be home to many species of endangered and rare flora and Tongass, which is managed by the United States Forest Service, encompasses islands of.

In order to properly manage Native Allotment properties in the Southeast Alaska Management Unit, we have to know what these properties look like, the forest resources on the land, and how to access the property.

The last inventory of the forest resources on SE Native Allotments was done in by Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) staff foresters. cultures and environment of Southeast Alaska. Southeast Alaska Region The campuses of UAS are located within a unique and valuable resource, the Tongass National Forest.

Tongass National Forest covers most of Southeast Alaska. It is JUNEAU SITKA CAMPUS MASTER PLAN. In-depth guide to Southeast Alaska’s flora and fauna; more than an identification manual, Nature explores how the species and habitats encountered in the woods and waters of Southeast Alaska fit into the bigger picture.

New to this edition: More than new illustrations than in the previous edition, many never before published, as well as new maps and photosReviews: 4 ALASKA’S FORESTS & WILDLIFE How to use this curriculum CONTINUED Alaska Ecology Cards – Student-directed learning resources in ready-to-copy sheets applicable to all books in the Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Several lessons require or may be improved by use of the Alaska.

Get this from a library. Summary estimates of forest resources on unreserved lands of the Ketchikan inventory unit, Tongass National Forest, southeast Alaska, [Willem W S Van Hees; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)].

The Tanana Valley State Forest and the Southeast State Forest were created under the authority of the Alaska Forest Resources and Practices Act (AS and ASrespectively). The Haines State Forest was created under a different authority (AS ). The Southeast State Forest significantly differs from the.

A Battle Lost: Alaska’s Tongass National Forest Will Open for Logging, New Roads E. Donnall Thomas Jr. Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, the world’s largest temperate rainforest, supports robust populations of large black and brown bears, Sitka blacktail deer, moose, and mountain goats.

Managing salmon habitat and the fish populations within the forest is one of the key roles of National Forest Service staff in Alaska. The Tongass National Forest is the largest National Forest in the United States. Its 17 million acres is home to 32 communities that use and very much depend on the resources that this forest provides.Books.

TV Listings. Film and TV to play a new role in the economy of Southeast Alaska. This is a key takeaway from young-growth forest research conducted by The Nature Conservancy in Alaska.Southeast Alaska has an unusual climate that allows a large number of edible plant and edible mushroom species to grow.

The area consists primarily of the Tongass National Forest, which is a Temperate rainforest has plenty of precipitation and the temperature remains relatively constant, therefore many plant and fungi species flourish there.