2 edition of Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage found in the catalog.
Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage
A. S Harris
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Series||General technical report PNW-GTR -- 244, General technical report PNW -- 244|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
The Southeast State Forest was the third and final State Forest to be voted in for Alaska. It spans alm acres in Southeast Alaska. 6) Bright orange mushrooms scatter the floors of Alaskan forests. Figure 4—Area (million acres) of forest and nonforest, southeast Alaska, L ESS THAN HALF OF southeast Alaska— million acres or 48 percent—is defined as forest land (figs. 2 and 4). The Tongass National Forest1 manages over 85 percent of the forest land in southeast Alaska; other federal agencies manage 5 percent, state and.
The Forest Service has relied on a single forest measure, timber volume, to meet many management and planning information needs in southeast Alaska. This economic-based categorization of forest types tends to mask critical information relevant to other contemporary forest-management issues, such as modeling forest structure, ecosystem diversity. A Stunning Rainforest In Alaska, Tongass National Forest Is The Largest In The U.S. Picture this: 17 million acres of huge trees, temperate rainforest, jolting fjords, booming waterfalls, steep mountain peaks, fascinating amounts of wildlife, glistening glaciers and some of the rarest types of flora and fauna in the world.
The temperate rain forests of Southeast Alaska are dominated by western hemlock and Sitka spruce, but Alaska yellow‑cedar, western redcedar, shore pine and mountain hemlock are also important components. Wind is the major agent of large‑scale disturbance in Southeast Alaska causing uprooting and bole breakage. research findings in the report “Wind in the Forests of Southeast Alaska and Guides for Reducing Damage” (USFS PNW-GTR) or other pertinent research on this subject matter. We appreciate the opportunity to be involved in the planning of this important project. James Nielsen, Policy Chair Coos Chapter, OSAF P.O. Box Coos Bay, OR
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Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage. [Portland Or.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.
Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 63 p. This paper is a review of wind conditions and blowdown in the forests of southeast Alaska based on the literature and the author's experience.
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Harris. Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska. and guides for reducing damage. USDA Forest Service, ha stem mapped plots in old-growth Sitka spruce-western hemlock forests in southeast Alaska. Reducing wind damage in forests ; Severe winds breaking and uprooting trees can cause considerable losses for forest growers.
Extreme winds are predicted to become even more frequent worldwide as a result of climate change. Scion can advise foresters on the best ways to manage forests to minimise wind-related risks, considering factors such as. Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage.
USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Assessing the risk of wind damage to forests: practice and pitfalls. In Wind and trees. Edited by M.P. Coutts and J. Grace.
Cambridge University Press. Given the exposed nature of the retained forest aggregates, it was expected that variable retention harvesting would increase the potential for wind damage in native forests.
A pilot monitoring program was put into place to quantify and characterize wind damage to the retained aggregates before the regeneration burn masked damage.
ForestGALES: a PC-based wind risk model for British forests. V Forestry Commission, London: HMSO Harris, A.S. Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station Miller, K.F.
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Portland, OR: U.S.D.A., Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, General Technical Report. Forest Restoration in the Tongass National Forest: Why, How, and Where.
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Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage [microform] / A.S. Harris. Twenty years later, inA.S. Harris of the Forest Service published "Winds in the Forests of Southeast Alaska and Guides for Reducing Damage." InHarris had surveyed the forest land on Prince of Wales Island and several nearby islands.
Harris AS () Wind in the forests of southeast Alaska and guides for reducing damage. USDA Forest Service, PNW-GTR Jull M () Wind damage and related risk factors for interior douglas-fir leave trees in central BC. The resulting climatic, site and silvicultural conditions have meant that foresters must address the issue of wind disturbance.
This includes damage to native forest aggregates and associated. The State's third and newest forest includes ab acres of land located in central and southern southeast Alaska. Many of the Forest's 32 management units are on Prince of Wales Island.
Other units are located on Dall, Gravina, Heceta, Kosciusko, Kuiu, Mitkof, Revillagigedo, Suemez, Tuxekan, and Wrangell islands. Southeast Alaska Weather: The climate in Ketchikan and the Southeast Alaska panhandle is a mid-latitude oceanic climate in the southern sections and a sub Arctic oceanic climate in the northern parts.
Much of the southern parts are temperate rainforest. On an annual basis, this is both the wettest and warmest part of Alaska with milder temperatures in the winter and high precipitation. The Alaskan rainforest is large — and largely undeveloped.
In Southeast Alaska alone there are hundreds of islands, 15, miles of coastline, over 19 million land acres, and over 5 million acres of pristine old-growth rainforest.
Most important — over 90% of the land in Southeast Alaska is public land — managed for you. That. Data from the Alaska Interagency Coordination Center. Circles represent the size, but not the shape, of the fire.
Fires that have not been updated in more than a week are shown with grey markers. Note: The fire display below represents real current conditions. Updates are provided since May The perhumid rainforest of the Pacific Northwest coast stretches > km from British Columbia, Canada, to southeastern Alaska, USA (DellaSala et al., ).Kuiu Island in the Tongass National Forest was selected as the study area for twolandslides have been mapped for the entire island (), and second, a wind disturbance model was developed and tested on the island .Most areas of Southeast Alaska below meters elevation are heavily forested with conifers.
With inches of rain per year, the region is a temperate rainforest. Water is everywhere in the form of streams, lakes, bogs, and soggy vegetation. The forest undergrowth is lush with ferns and mosses.