Oregon's forest resources, 2001-2005

Oregon's forest resources, 2001-2005

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This report highlights key findings from the most recent (2001-2005) data collected by the Pacific Northwest Forest Inventory and Analysis (PNW-FIA) Program across all ownerships in Oregon. We present basic resource information such as forest area, land use change, ownership, volume, biomass, and carbon sequestration; structure and function topics such as biodiversity, older forests, dead wood, and riparian forests; disturbance topics such as insects and diseases, fire, invasive plants, and air pollution; and information about the forest products industry in Oregon, including data on tree growth and mortality, removals for timber products, and nontimber forest products. The appendices describe inventory methods and design in detail and provide summary tables of data, with statistical error, for the suite of forest characteristics sampled.Alternatively, widespread mortality from some agent of disturbance such as bark beetles may also offset growth gains and thus ... Across the state, the net change was positive for all owner groups (national forest, state and local government, anbsp;...

Title:Oregon's forest resources, 2001-2005
Author:Joseph A. Donnegan, Sally J. Campbell, David L. Azuma, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
Publisher: - 2008


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