4 edition of National projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators found in the catalog.
National projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators
1999 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, OR] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Technical document supporting the 1999 USDA Forest Service RPA assessment|
|Statement||John Hof ... [et al.]|
|Series||General technical report -- PNW-GTR-442, General technical report PNW -- 442|
|Contributions||Hof, John G, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
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1 microfiche (OCoLC) Online version: National projections of. The forest and rangeland condition indicator model is a set of independent econometric production functions for environmental outputs (measured with condition indicators) at the national scale. Get this from a library. National projections National projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators book forest and rangeland condition indicators: a technical document supporting the USDA Forest Service RPA assessment.
[John G Hof; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.);]. The Forest and Rangeland Condition Indicator Model National projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators book a set of classification trees for forest and rangeland condition indicators at the national scale.
Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Condition Indicators: Identifying National Areas of Opportunity Using Data Envelopment Analysis John Hof, Curtis Flather, Tony Baltic, and Rudy King ABSTRACT.
This article reports the methodology and results of a data envelopment analysis (DEA) that attempts to identify areas in the country where there is maximumCited by: Rangeland ecosystems are continually responding to temporary changes in the physical and biotic environments.
A system that assesses rangeland health must be able to distinguish between changes that result in the crossing of a threshold from those that are temporary because of normal fluctuations in physical or biotic factors.
Indicators of Rangeland Health and Functionality in the Intermountain West Renee A. O’Brien Curtis M. Johnson Andrea M. Wilson Van C. Elsbernd sampled nonforested lands, those with less than 5 percent tree canopy cover or less than 10 percent stocked by trees of any size.
However, as National projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators book as 30 percent of National Forest System lands are Cited by: 9. The condition of many forest communities is heavily dependent on the forest sector.
As the mountain pine beetle outbreak has spread in Western forests, the economic and social impact will be greatest on communities with a high level of dependence on the forestry sector. rangeland classification, inventory and monitoring.
Continue to seek agency commonality and unity in technolo- gy and methodology relating to rangeland condition and trend. Based on progress in the first two items, update and publish a follow-up report on “Assessment of Rangeland Condition and.
The addition of standardized indicators of rangeland health to the National Resources Inventory can produce statistically valid estimations of the proportions of nonfederal rangelands that are healthy, at risk, or unhealthy.
RPA assessments national forest planning, The National Academies Press. doi: / Range & Pasture. Range and pasture lands are diverse types of land where the primary vegetation produced is herbaceous plants and shrubs. These lands provide forage for beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, goats, horses and other types of domestic livestock.
Forest Health Indicators Forest Inventory and Analysis Program United States Department of Agriculture USDA Forest Service National Offce National projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators book, VA Andrew Gillespie FIA FOREST HEALTH INDICATORS Crown Condition 6 7 High foliage transparency (left arrow) and diebackFile Size: 2MB.
USDI Indicators of Rangeland Health () This framework for evaluating rangeland health was developed by an inter-agency consortium of scientists from the Bureau of Land Management, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the US Geological Survey, and the Agricultural Research Service.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1, — The U.S. Forest Service today released a new report, Effects of Drought on Forests and Rangelands in the United States: A Comprehensive Science Synthesis, that provides a national assessment of peer-reviewed scientific research on the impacts of drought on U.S.
forests and rangelands. This report will help the Forest Service better manage forests and grasslands. national or regional level monitoring and more focused observations suited for local-level decision making (Karl et al., ). • Indicators for national level decision making may be unhelpful for the day-to-day management of rangelands.
• Participation is also crucial in identifying the right indicators for each scale. International: GlobalFile Size: KB.
The standards for rangeland health (standards), based on the above fundamentals, are Indicators of Rangeland Health The condition or degree of function of a site in relation to the standards and its trend toward or away from any standard is determined through the use of reliable and.
RPA assessment of the forest and rangeland situation in the United States, update: draft by United States. Forest Service. Publication date National Agricultural Library Contributor U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
See also. Understanding the past and expected magnitudes and causes of changes in species distribution, tree mortality, disturbance frequency, and forest productivity will equip land managers with the information they need to develop and implement strategies to adapt and mitigate the deleterious effects of climate change.
It will provide them the basis for understanding the impacts of regulations and. Contents. Agriculture Handbooks by Title; Agriculture Handbooks by Number - ; Subject Index (with links to Handbook Title) ; The National Agricultural Library (NAL) call number of each Agriculture Handbook is (), where xxx is the series document number of the publication.
This paper estimates production functions for environmental outputs (measured with condition indicators) from forest and rangelands at the national scale. A particular production structure is discussed for this purpose, and two approaches to handling the spatial nature of the data are : J.
Hof, S. Davies, T. Baltic. Stable states and thresholds of range condition on North American rangelands: A viewpoint. Journal of Range Management (pdf) National Research Council. Rangeland health: New methods to classify, inventory and monitor rangelands.
National Academy Press. Westoby, M., B. Walker, and I. Noy-Meir. Projections of Forest and Rangeland Condition Indicators for a National Assessment John Hof, Curtis Flather, Tony Baltic, Stephen Davies Pages Article.
Act ofForest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act ofFederal Land Policy and Management Act ofNational Forest Management Act of ) Forest Service policy to make forage available to qualified livestock operators from lands suitable for grazing consistent with land management plans.
(FSM ; 36 CFR (c)). iii Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the advice and support provided to us by the National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management staff, specifically Brandon Boshe. Title. RPA assessment of the forest and rangeland situation in the United States, Related Titles.
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Rangeland monitoring for pastoralist and professional use. This voluntary monitoring system was developed for pastoralists or consultants as a simple way of monitoring and evaluating the effect of livestock and seasons on the health of desirable perennial vegetation. Pastoralists can use the monitoring results to see how management affects pastoral rangeland condition, and adapt management to.
Hof J, Flather C, Baltic T, King R () Nonparametric projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators: a technical document supporting the USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment Update. Gen Tech Rep RMRS-GTR USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO Google ScholarAuthor: Ralph J.
Alig, Andrew Plantinga. Range Trend. Range trend refers to the change in the status of resources at a site detected by monitoring and is usually expressed as improving, declining, or originally pertained to any goal defined by management such as changing vegetation cover by adjusting stocking rates or grazing practices.
The general association of range trend with data describing any vegetation attribute in. from rangeland ecosystems are linked to attributes at the watershed and regional scales.
Fragmentation of rangeland habitats by changes in land use and management are a threat to many species and ecological processes. Rangeland scientists and managers should collaborate to develop monitoring systems that track and predictFile Size: KB.
Service to acquire lands for the National Forest System. The Weeks Law authorized land acquisition to protect water flows; acquiring land to provide timber was not authorized until the Clarke-McNary Act of Many of the national forest lands in the eastern half of the country were acquired under the Weeks Law, and, unlike those in the west.
Forest Inventory & Analysis National Office U.S. Forest Service Independence Ave., SW Washington, D.C. () National Park Service, Inventory and Monitoring Division Summary of the most common indicators of natural resource condition (and examples of specific measures) that are being monitored by the U.S.
National Park Service long-term ecological monitoring program (from Fancy and Bennetts ). Nonparametric projections of forest and rangeland condition indicators: a technical document supporting the USDA Forest Service RPA assessment update / (Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, ), by John Hof and Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.) (page images.
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Indicators specifically relating to forest biodiversity have also been proposed (CBD b). The Forest Principles and Chapter 11 of Agenda 21 call for the identification of criteria and indicators (C&I) for evaluating progress in national efforts to practice sustainable forest by: The artists spent six weeks in the forest fascinated by the silence and natural occurrences in nature, especially the phenomenon "bioluminescence".
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Forest forecasts are described for each of four Resources Planning Act regions (South, North, Rocky Mountain, and Pacific Coast) across the Resources Planning Act scenarios.
In the Eastern United States, the range of socioeconomic futures leads to greater variation in future forest conditions than does the range of climate by:. Projections in the Pdf, from artists Tarek Mawad and Friedrich van Schoor, uses artificial lighting to reveal a side of the forest never quite seen before.
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