Natural regeneration in two central Idaho grand fir habitat types
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, UT (324 25th St., Ogden 84401) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Abies grandis -- Utah -- Reproduction,
  • Fir -- Utah -- Reproduction,
  • Forest regeneration -- Utah

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementKathleen Geier-Hayes
SeriesResearch paper INT -- 472
ContributionsIntermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination18 p.
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13617252M
OCLC/WorldCa31156504

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pend on habitat type. In central Idaho, Steele and Geier-Hayes () found that Douglas-fIr regeneration was highest in gronp selection cuts and lowest in clearcuts in the Pseudotsuga men­ ziesiilPhysocarpus malvaceus habitat type. On the more moist Abies grandislVaccinium globulare habitat type, Steele and. It is climax throughout the grand fir series and is a major seral species in some western redcedar, western hemlock, subalpine fir, and Pacific silver fir habitat types. It exhibits moderate growth in the open, yet is shade-tolerant enough to establish and grow beneath an open forest canopy [ 9, 60, , , ]. habitat types of northern Idaho during to and was used to develop version 1 of the regeneration establishment model (Ferguson and others ). Data were collected during a second study in central Idaho Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), grand fir, andCited by: 1.   A land-classification system based upon potential natural vegetation is presented for the forests of central Idaho. It is based on reconnaissance sampling of about stands. A hierarchical taxonomic classification of forest sites was developed using the habitat type concept.

Major Douglas-fir habitat types of central Idaho: a summary of succession and management / Related Titles. Series: General technical report INT ; By. Steele, Robert W. (Robert Wilbur) Geier-Hayes, Kathleen. Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah) Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Following two seasons of field use, revising and updating this manual seemed warranted. Northern Idaho Habitat Types .. F. Mean Basal Area (ft2/acre) and Site Indexes (year index age) for Northern Idaho, by Generalized distribution of forest tree species on the west-central portion of the Nez Perce NF .. 19 6. Tsuga. Home | US Forest Service. a. Planting sites on Douglas fir habitat types and drier in Montana, grand fir habitat types and drier in northern Idaho, most habitat types throughout Regions 2, 3, 4. b. Planting sites on south- and west-facing slopes c. Planting sites on steep slopes, generally over 30 percent, especially on a .

In central Idaho, Steele and others (28) described an Abies grandis series that includes nine habitat types and five phases in which grand fir is the climax tree. The Abies grandis zone is the most extensive midslope forest zone in the Cascade Range of Oregon and southern Washington and the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon. Central Idaho is comprised of a complex geology of volcanics and the granitic Idaho Batholith ecoregion. Numerous streams have eroded deep canyons in this region and higher elevation forests consist of Grand fir, western larch and Douglas fir with multi-layered shrub communities. In Montana, larch is a significant component in 20 of the 64 forest habitat types (21). Of these 20 habitat types, larch is a major seral species in 12, and a minor seral species in 8. These habitat types are found within the following forest series: the relatively dry-warm Douglas-fir; the moist grand fir, western redcedar, and western hemlock. Get this from a library! Major Douglas-fir habitat types of central Idaho: a summary of succession and management. [Robert W Steele; Kathleen Geier-Hayes; Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)].