Conservation Plans for the Northem Spotted Owl in Oregon: The Economic Implications of Changing Timber Availability Public Deposited

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  • Recently released national forest plans and conservation plans for the protection of the northern spotted owl all call for a change in management direction on public forest lands in Oregon. The result will be a substantial reduction in public timber harvests in the state. This report summarizes how the conservation plans will influence Oregon's timber availability and economy in the context of overall changes in public land management. It details changes in timber availability, analyzes a range of potential outcomes on private land, provides geographical detail for harvest outlook, and outlines the economic implications in terms of employment, income, and receipts to local governments.
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  • Greber, B.J, K.N. Johnson, and G. Lettman. 1990. Conservation Plans for the Northern Spotted Owl in Oregon: The Economic Implications of Changing Timber Availability. Papers in Forest Policy 1. Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
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  • 1 Background -- 1 Executive Summary -- 4 Introduction to the Study -- 5 Oregon's Harvest History and Potential -- 5 Significance of Timber Industries in Oregon -- 6 Outlook for Oregon's Forest Land Base -- 7 Outlook for Oregon's Timber Harvest -- 7 Data Sources, Assumptions, and Scenarios -- 7 National Forests -- 7 Bureau of Land Management -- 7 State and Other Public Lands -- 7 Private Lands -- 7 No Private Response -- 7 Private Price Response -- 8 Private Conservation -- 8 Harvest Levels -- 9 Outlook for Oregon's Economy -- 9 Prices -- 10 Employment -- 10 How Will the State's Future Differ From Today? -- 11 How Will the State's Future Differ When Harvest Levels Decline? -- 11 Income -- 12 Local Government Funding -- 13 Outlook for Oregon's Communities -- 15 Literature Cited -- 17 Tables -- 29 Figures -- 35 Appendix A. Revisions to "The 1989 Update" Harvest Levels -- 36 Appendix B. Derivation of Western Oregon's Harvest Levels Under the Private Price Response -- 38 Appendix C. Procedures Used in Simulating the "50-11-40 Rule" on Private Lands -- 39 Appendix D. Inventory and Harvest on Private Land in Western Oregon -- 52 Appendix E. National Economic Indicators Used in Forecast
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