Recovery of wild salmonids in western Oregon forests: Oregon Forest Practices Act rules and the measures in the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds Public Deposited

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This report and addendum was written by the Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds

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  • The forests of Oregon are an important part of the landscape used by wild salmonids. How these forests are managed is important in attaining the goals of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds (Oregon Plan) and Oregon Executive Order 99-01. Agricultural, urban, and other environments are addressed in other projects of the Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST). Forested landscapes include both aquatic and terrestrial components. The linkage between aquatic and terrestrial components has been recognized for a long time and has been prominent in the Oregon Forest Practices Act (OFPA) since its creation in 1972. The OFPA and its Administrative Rules were developed primarily to protect resource values, including water quality and, indirectly, habitat for salmonids. They were not specifically directed towards the recovery of wild salmonids, which is the mission of the Oregon Plan. However, it is through the Administrative Rules of OFPA and the Measures in the Oregon Plan that the mission of the Oregon Plan and Executive Order 99-01 are to be accomplished. The goals of this report are to (a)articulate the scientific basis for the recovery of wild salmonids as it relates to the forests of Oregon, and (b)recommend actions concerning the Rules and the Measures as they contribute to accomplishing the mission of the Oregon Plan.
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  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team. 1999. Recovery of Wild Salmonids in Western Oregon Forests: Oregon Forest Practices Act Rules and the Measures in the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds. Technical Report 1999-1. Governor's Natural Resources Office. Salem, OR.
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