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Understory plant diversity in riparian alder-conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.]
Written in English
|Statement||Robert L. Deal|
|Series||Research note PNW-RN -- 523, Research note PNW -- 523|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Abstract Stand structure, tree height growth, and understory plant diversity were assessed in five mixed alder-conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska. Tree species com-position ranged from 7- to percent alder, and basal area ranged from 30 to 55 m2/ha.
The alder exhibited rapid early height growth, but recent growth has slowed Cited by: Understory plant diversity in riparian alder-conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska.
Related Titles. Series: Research note PNW ; By. Deal, Robert L. (Robert Leslie) Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.) Type.
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[Robert L Deal; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)]. Overstory stand structure and growth, and understory plant diversity and abundance were assessed in nine to year-old mixed red alder-conifer stands on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.
Understory plant diversity in riparian alder-conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska. Research Note PNW-RN Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
Google ScholarCited by: 8. Headwater macroinvertebrate community response to riparian red alder (Alnus rubra Bong.) in southeast Alaska Article (PDF Available) in The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 84(3) July with. Relations between red alder composition and understory vegetation in young mixed forests of southeast Alaska Thomas A.
Hanley, Robert L. Deal, and Ewa H. Orlikowska Abstract: Interest in mixed red alder (Alnus rubra Bong.) - conifer young-growth stands has grown in southeast Alaska, USA, because they appear to provide much more productive understory vegetation and wildlife habitat than doCited by: A major reason for improved understory plant diversity and abundance in partially cut stands in coastal Alaska is the wider range of tree size in these stands, compared to the simpler even-aged forests that develop after clearcutting [9,].
Mixed red alder-conifer stands also have a wide range of tree sizes and contain more open forest Cited by: 3. Deal, R.L. Understory Plant Diversity in Riparian Alder-Conifer Stands after Logging in Southeast Alaska; Research Note PNW-RN; USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station: Portland, OR, USA, [Google Scholar]Cited by: 3.
Understory plant diversity in riparian alder-conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska / ([Portland, Or.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, [, i.e.
]), by Robert L. Deal and Or.) Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland (page images at HathiTrust). Deal, R.L., Understory plant diversity in riparian alder–conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska.
Research Note PNW-RN USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR, 8 by: Mixed alder-conifer forests: managing upland ecosystems in southeast Alaska for wood products, wildlife, and fish.
In: A.C. Johnson, R.W Haynes, and R.A. Monserud (Eds.), Congruent management of multiple resources: proceedings of the wood compatibility initiative workshop (pp. 51–58). General Technical Report PNW-GTRCited by: 9. Mixed broadleaf-conifer stands (e.g. red alder–conifer or birch–conifer) stands provide more heterogeneous structures than the pure conifer stands that typically develop after clearcutting.
Attempts to reestablish understorey herbs and shrubs through thinning young-growth conifer stands in Alaska have led to predominantly conifer Cited by: Outcomes from short- and long-term research on Northwestern and Alaska forest dynamics is contributing to increased understanding of changes in forest overstory and understory structure, composition, and related values in relation to fire, fuel management, ungulate grazing, invasive plant species, weather, and other disturbances, leading to.
To examine the role of CWD in understory plant establishment, we compared woody vegetation and ferns occurring on 50 paired stump and ground plots (substrates) in a coniferous and a deciduous forest (sites) in Olympia, WA.
Plant species richness, evenness, and diversity were similar across substrates and by: Excerpt from Understory Plant Diversity in Riparian Alder-Conifer Stands After Logging in Southeast Alaska In stands of the same age (stands 1 the heights and diameters of the largest alders were similar, but the size of the largest spruces differed greatly (table The diameters of the largest alders ranged from to cm, and the height of the tallest trees ranged from to m.
Goals / Objectives Develop new knowledge of how ecosystem factors such as biology of plants and fungi, genetics, soils, and climate function and interact to affect growth and long-term productivity of forest and associated ecosystems. Increase knowledge of how disturbances affect genetic diversity, stand composition and structure, soil, and long-term productivity of forests.
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In southeast Alaska, the effect of light slash burning after clearcutting of an old-growth western hemlockSitka spruce stand was investigated. Seven growing seasons after slash burning, fewer but more evenly distributed seedlings were found in the regenerated stand.Managing young upland forests in southeast Alaska for wood products, wildlife, aquatic resources, and fishes: problem analysis and study plan.
Do riparian plant community characteristics differ between Tamarix detritus, and sediment in headwater streams draining managed young-growth red alder-conifer forests in southeast Alaska.Alnus incana | Encyclopedia of Puget Sound Speckled Alder.