1 edition of Range Field Day 1999 progress report, juniper woodlands found in the catalog.
Range Field Day 1999 progress report, juniper woodlands
1999 by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in [Corvallis, Or.?] .
Written in English
|Statement||Department of Rangeland Resources, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service.|
|Series||Special report / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 1002., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 1002.|
|Contributions||Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station., Oregon State University. Dept. of Rangeland Resources., Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center., United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
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Administrative Report Or Publication Range Field Day progress report, juniper woodlands: history, ecology, and management Public Deposited AnalyticsAuthor: Range Field Day.
Abstract. Published June Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension.
Range Field Day Progress Report; Juniper Woodlands: History, Ecology, and Ninemile North Non-WUI Fuel Reduction Project 4/2/ ern juniper woodlands. Journal of Range Management.
– field day progress report. Department of Rangeland progress report. Department of Rangeland. Fire History and Western Juniper Encroachment Into Sagebrush Steppe.
In: Range Field Day Progress Report, Juniper Woodlands: History, Ecology, and Management. Special Report Agricultural Experiment Station.
Range Field Day Progress Report, Range Field Day 1999 progress report woodlands: history, ecology, and management, Special ReportJuneAgricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University and USDA–Agricultural Research Service, Corvallis, OR (), pp.
The expansion of piñon–juniper woodlands the past years in the western United States has resulted in large scale efforts to kill trees and recover sagebrush steppe rangelands. It is important to evaluate vegetation recovery following woodland control to develop best management practices.
Range Field Day Restoration of quaking aspen woodlands invaded by western juniper. Field Day and/or in the progress report have resulted from our interactions with private and. The expansion of piñon-juniper woodlands over the past − yr in the western United States has resulted in large-scale efforts to kill trees and recover sagebrush steppe rangelands.
Range Field Day Progress Report, Ecology and Hydrology of Western Juniper, Special Report. Brothers, Oregon, June Oregon State University. Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands – Woodland communities made up of pine and juniper are widely spread across the mid-elevation lands west of the Rocky Mountains and are collectively called the Pinyon-Juniper woodlands or P-J woodlands.
4)Southwest Desert Desert Shrublands and Grasslands –The Desert Southwest includes three major desert types. Biology of ReproductionRange Field Day Progress Report Juniper Woodlands: History, Ecology, and Management.
Special ReportJune a. Eddleman, Lee; Developing Ecological Guidelines for Management and Restoration of Juniper Woodlands. Miller, Rick, Tony Svejcar, and Jeff Rose. Range Field Day Progress Report; Juniper Woodlands: History, Ecology, and Management. Special Report Department of Rangeland Resources, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University and the U.S.
Department of. Piñon and juniper woodlands in the cold desert of the Intermountain Juniper woodlands book occupy over million acres (Miller and Tausch ). These woodlands are commonly associated with sagebrush communities forming a mosaic of shrub-steppe and woodland across the region. Numerous studies have documented the recent expansion (since the late ’s) of these woodlands that has resulted in the.
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R. Miller, M. Willis, J. Rose, D. Reinkensmeyer, and B. Anthony. Effects of community structure on avian populations in juniper woodlands and shrub steppe. In: Range Field Day Progress Report, Department of Rangeland Resources, Oregon State University and Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Corvallis: Special Report Rocky Mountain juniper woodland was FRES No. 35 (Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Ecosystem), K (Juniper-Pinyon Woodland), SAF (Pinyon-Juniper; Rocky Mountain Juniper variant), and SRM and as aplied to Northern Great Plains, would be Pinyon-Juniper Series for Cold temperate Forest and Woodland in Brown et al.
Western juniper has increased in density and distribution in the interior Pacific Northwest since the late s. Management goals for many juniper woodlands are now focused on reducing tree densities and promoting biodiversity, prompting the use of fuel reduction treatments.
Fuel reduction often involves mechanical cutting and disturbances such as slash pile burning and skid trail formation. Juniper and pinyon-juniper woodlands are likely to continue expanding into big sagebrush communities on susceptible landscapes [78,] (see Climate Change).
While conifer expansion is a concern in many big sagebrush communities, conifer density and cover have not changed or have declined in many pinyon-juniper communities in the West (e.g. Soule et al. arrived at similar conclusions from a study of western juniper populations also at the northern range periphery, as did Weisberg et al.
in the core of the P-J woodland range in Nevada. Within CIRO, historical photographs indicate that P-J woodland was largely.
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More information may also be found in the Field Day Proceedings (see link in menu at left). Feel free to contact us for more information. The Colorado National Monument (COLM), on the northeastern edge of the Uncompahgre Plateau, supports a persistent piñon (Pinus edulis Engelm.) - juniper (Juniperus osteosperma (Torr.) Little) woodland, which has not been disturbed by large stand-replacing fires since modern fire records began.
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Juniper has invaded adjacent vegetation types throughout much of its worldwide range and is characteristic of these woodlands. In the Western United States this vegetation change has affected millions of hectares. Fire history studies for juniper-dominated areas indicate that fire-free intervals of 50 years or less would probably have checked this advance during the pristine.
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Pinyon-juniper woodlands could largely replace sagebrush in the 3rd scenario. Greater sage-grouse habitat quality likely would decline in all 3 scenarios [ ]. The loss of approximately 12% of the distribution of sagebrush is predicted with each °F (1 °C) increase in temperature, with increasing distributions of other woody.
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