The effects of silvicultural activities on wildlife and fish populations in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest : an annotated bibliography from 1960-1999 Public Deposited
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This annotated bibliography was compiled to provide forest managers with a comprehensive list of sources on the potential effects of silvicultural activities on wildlife and fish populations in Pacific Northwest forests. The bibliography emphasizes publications directly examining silvicultural activities and responses by these populations. Abstracts from 296 publications are indexed by geographic area, forest type, wildlife or fish species, silvicultural activity, and author. In addition, the appendices list 29 general resource references and 70 World Wide Web links. Forest management activities covered in this bibliography include even- and uneven-aged harvesting systems, site preparation, vegetation management, pest control, fertilization, and road construction and use. The focus of this bibliography is the interface between silviculture and management of wildlife and fish habitat in Oregon; however, applicable literature is included from other regions in western North America.
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