2 edition of location, composition, and structure of old-growth forests of the Oregon coast range found in the catalog.
location, composition, and structure of old-growth forests of the Oregon coast range
Glenn Patrick Juday
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THE LOCATION, COMPOSITION, AND STRUCTURE OF OLD-GROWTH FORESTS OF THE OREGON COAST RANGE by Glenn Patrick Juday A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Completed Novem Commencement June The location, composition, and structure of old-growth forests of the Oregon coast range Public Deposited.
Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Services for Persons with by: in old-growth forests in the Oregon Coast Range. Alaback () compares the structure of old-growth composition second-growth western hemlock-Sitka spruce forests in southeastern Alaska.
Most quantitative studies in Douglas-fir forests have focused on woody-debris components (Agee and HuffGraham and CromackSollinsSpies and othersFile Size: 2MB. The location, composition, and structure of old-growth forests of the Oregon Coast Range.
(Doctoral dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR). Lang, F. Old-growth forests of the Douglas-fir region of western Oregon and western Washington: characteristics and management.
Pacific coast old-growth forests from southwestern Oregon to southwestern British Columbia. Scientists understand the basic structural features of old-growth forests and have learned much about habitat use of forests by spotted owls and other species. Less known, however, are the character and development of the live and dead trees and other.
Continued: The Structure of Natural Young, Mature, and Old-Growth Douglas-Fir Forests in Oregon and Washington by Thomas A. Spies and Jerry F. Franklin Plant Species Diversity and Occurrence in Young, Mature, and Old-Growth Douglas-Fir Stands in Western Oregon and Washington by Thomas A.
Spies. Hines, William Wester. Plant communities in the old-growth forests of north coastal Oregon. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. Thesis.  Hines, William W.; Land, Charles E. Black-tailed deer and Douglas-fir regeneration in the Coast Range of Oregon.
The northern spotted owl primarily inhabits old-growth forests in the northern part of its range (Canada to southern Oregon) and landscapes with a mix of old and younger forest types in the southern part of its range (Klamath region and California).
Oregon Department of Forestry. Coronavirus Updates Information from the Oregon Health Authority; Habitat Conservation Planning process for western Oregon’s State Forests. The Oregon coast is so photogenic that both professional and amateur photographers vie for the best shots, which, given coastal conditions, can be challenging.
Greg Vaughn, professional landscape photographer and author of the helpful guide Photographing Oregon, notes that during the long light-drenched summer days, photographers must get up. Portions of the range are in the Elliott State Forest. Location and climate. The range begins around the Umpqua River with the Central Oregon Coast Range to the north.
Oregon Route 38 is the general divide between the two : Bone Mountain. These forests occur from sea level up to elevations of m in the Coast Range and Olympic Mountains. This forest type occupies a wide range of environments with variable composition and structure and includes such other species as grand fir (Abies grandis), Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis), and western white pine (Pinus monticola) (Franklin ).
Graduation date: Fire history and fire regime were interpreted from tree ring analysis of stumps at sites in a 25 by 55 km area in the central Oregon Coast Range. A total of 27 fire episodes were identified in a year period, with sizes estimated at. Introduction.
Tropical forests are the richest biological communities on earth and these forests have been recognized to harbor a significant proportion of global biodiversity (Myers et al.,Baraloto et al., ).These forests provide many ecosystem services such as species conservation, prevention of soil erosion, and preservation of habitat for plants and animals (Armenteras et al ).Cited by: The coast redwood is a long-living, giant conifer native to the coast of northern California and southern Oregon, although the genus once spanned the globe.
It can live well over 1, years. Although its presence is no longer global, its beauty and size are still known the world over. Evergreens are trees that keep them all year long, like pine trees. Forests can either be one or the other, or a combination of both.
A fourth kind of forest is a temperate rain forest. These are found in California, Oregon and Washington in the United States. These forests are made of redwoods and sequoias, the tallest trees in the world. Juday GP () The location, composition, and structure of old-growth forest of the Oregon Coast Range.
PhD Dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Long CJ, Whitlock C () Fire and vegetation history from the coastal rainforest of the western Oregon Coast Range Cited by: Open Access; Published: 19 January Plant traits, productivity, biomass and soil properties from forest sites in the Pacific Northwest, – Logan T.
Berner 1Cited by: Predictive mapping of forest composition and structure with direct gradient analysis and nearest- neighbor imputation in coastal Oregon, U.S.A Article Full-text available. Wilderness, located on the central Oregon coast.
Climatic and topographic variables explained the majority of hilislope community composition, while fire history explained most of the variability in hilislope forest structure. Forest structure and composition in riparian areas was related to a climatic gradient as well as position in the stream.
The Alsea Watershed Study ( °N, °W) was established in September ().The study area is located in the Siuslaw National Forest in the central Oregon Coast Range, draining highly-dissected terrain with short, steep, soil-mantled hillslopes underlain by the Tyee Formation, a rhythmically Eocene interbedded sandstone and mudstones deposit (Snavely et al., ).Author: Catalina Segura, Kevin D.
Bladon, Jeff A. Hatten, Julia A. Jones, V. Cody Hale, George G. Ice.The loss and re-growth of forest leads to a distinction between two broad types of forest, primary or old-growth forest and secondary forest. There are also many natural factors that can cause changes in forests over time including forest fires, insects, diseases, weather, competition between species, etc.Structure and tree‐fall gap dynamics of old‐growth Nothofagus forests in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Vegetation Science 4(5) - February