2 edition of Roadless area-intensive management tradeoffs on western National forests found in the catalog.
Roadless area-intensive management tradeoffs on western National forests
United States. Forest Service.
Bibliography: p. 55.
|Statement||Roger D. Fight ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Fight, Roger D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
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In the United States, roadless areas make up million acres (, km²), or about 30%, of National Forest lands in 38 states and Puerto Rico. These areas provide critical habitat for more than 1, threatened, endangered, or sensitive plant and animal species. Roadless rules are also seen as a way to save taxpayers money. Start studying APES chapter 12 online assignments. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The National Forest Management Act _____ national forest land. The forests in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan from which your text book was made are.
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Roadless area-intensive management tradeoffs on Western National Forests. [Washington]: Western Resource Policy Economics Research, USDA Forest Service, (OCoLC) This study on two national forests of ways to offset losses in timber harvesting resulting from removal of roadless areas from the timber management base revealed few opportunities to do so.
Removal of roadless areas also resulted in decreases in present net worth, in employment, in opportunities for mineral development, in dispersed recreation related to roads, and in forage Author: E. Bell, K. Johnson, K. Connaughton, R. Sassaman. Get this from a library. Roadless area-intensive management tradeoffs on Western National Forests.
[Roger D Fight; K Norman Johnson; Kent P Connaughton; Robert W Sassaman; United States. Forest Service. Western Resource Policy Economics Research.;].
contains about million acres of National Forest land, of which 28 percent was considered regulated commercial forest land for purposes ofthis study. The National Forest acreage in roadless areas for this study was aboutacres, of which 14 percent was considered regulated commercial forest land.
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The Roadless Rule, first promulgated inprohibits logging, road building, rebuilding of roads and other development on nearly 60 million acres of inventoried roadless federal land managed by the U.S.
Forest Service (“USFS”). Production possibility frontiers reveal socioecological tradeoffs for restoration of fire adapted temperate forests.
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Public Forests Jonathan J. Rhodes1 and William L. Baker*,2 1Planeto Azul Hydrology, PO BoxPortland, OregonUSA. The National Forest System Roadless Area Initiatives analysis of the roadless rules are the “Organic Act of ,” 5 the Multiple-Use Sustained-Yield Act of6 and the National Forest Management Act of 7 The Act directs that the national forests be managed to improve and protect the forests or “for the purpose of.
An Assessment of the Status of the World’s Remaining Closed Forests i An Assessment of the Status of “Protection of Forest ‘Roadless’ Areas”: A Copy of the management of forests in the last thirty years since the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment,File Size: KB.
Knowledge of the state of road systems in national forests is inadequate— We currently lack sufficient information to develop a comprehensive history of the building and maintaining of national forest roads or their current condition.
The inventories of the roads differ widely, in both content and status, and frequently lack sufficient.
The Economic Case Against National Forest Logging Authors John Talberth is Executive Director of the National Forest Protection Alliance and has worked professionally as an economist and planner.
John also serves as President of Forest Conservation Council. Karyn Moskowitz is an economist based in Paoili, Indiana. Karyn is a consultant that.Off-road Vehicle Policy on USDA National Forests: Evaluating User Conflicts and Travel Management Committee Co-Chairs: Norma P.
Nickerson and Martin Nie Since the history of off-road vehicle (ORV) management on National Forest System (NFS) lands was spurred in part by the need to reduce user conflicts between motorized.This dataset contains all National Forest Inventoried Roadless Areas (IRAs) and state boundaries. The IRA data was originally submitted by all National Forests through their Regional Offices for the President's Roadless Area Initiative.
The data was submitted as ArcInfo export files .e00), in most cases as individual National Forest coverages, but in some cases together with other National.