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Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types

Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types

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Published by Southern Research Station in Ashville, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Silvicultural systems -- Southern States,
  • Loblolly pine -- Southern States,
  • Shortleaf pine -- Southern States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUneven aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types
    StatementJames B. Baker ... [et al.]
    SeriesGeneral technical report SO -- 118
    ContributionsBaker, James B, United States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 65 p.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15223652M

    According to Baker and Langdon (): "Loblolly pine is found in pure stands and in mixtures with other pines or hardwoods, and in association with a great variety of lesser loblolly pine predominates, it forms the forest cover type Loblolly Pine (Society of American Foresters Type 81). Within their natural ranges, longleaf, shortleaf, and Virginia pine (Pinus palustris, P. Effects of Retaining a Hardwood Component During the Application of Uneven-Aged Silviculture in a Shortleaf Pine-Oak Stand: 6-Year Results Shelton, Michael G.

    Research Forest Ecologist, GS, USDA Forest Service, Southen Research Station - Current Mission: Dr. Spetich is a Research Forest Ecologist with the Southern Research Station’s Research Work Unit (RWU) FS-SRS, Upland Hardwood Ecology and Management, with unit headquarters located in . Forest, which is located 11 km south of Brewton, Alabama, in the southeastern USA. This ha forest was established in to study the ecology and management of longleaf pine forests. About 80% of the forest is dominated by longleaf pine, and the remainder consists of slash pine (Pinus elliotti Engelm.) and mixed hardwoods.

    Goals / Objectives The Ouachita Mountains Ecosystem Management Research and Demonstration Project was initiated in to (1) determine if shortleaf pine could be successful produced using a diversity of silvicultural systems within the Interior Highlands of Arkansas and Oklahoma and (2) to assess environmental, social, and economic consequences of these different management approaches. Silviculture. Silviculture is the branch of forestry dealing with the development and care of forests. Silvics of North America describes the silvical characteristics of about conifers and hardwood trees in the conterminous United States. Sustainable Forestry: A Guide .


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Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types Download PDF EPUB FB2

Uneven-Aged Silviculture for the Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Forest Cover Types. Gen. Tech. Rep. SO New Orleans, LA: U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station. 65 by: Uneven-Aged Silviculture for the Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Forest Cover Types James B.

Baker, Michael D. Cain, James M. Guldin, Paul A. Murphy, and Michael G. Shelton James B. Baker is chief silviculturist, Michael D. Cain is principal silviculturist, Paul A. Murphy isCited by: Get this from a library. Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types.

[James B Baker; United States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station.;] -- A half-century of experience and research with uneven-aged silviculture in loblolly-shortleaf pine stands in the South are summarized in this publication, and silvicultural guidelines for developing.

Uneven-Aged Silviculture for the Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Forest Cover Types James B. Baker, Michael D. Cain, James M. Guldin, Paul A. Murphy, and Michael G. Shelton James B. Baker is chief silviculturist, Michael D.

Cain is principal silviculturist, Paul A. Murphy is. Get this from a library. Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types. [James B Baker; United States.

Forest Service. Southern Research Station.;]. | Loblolly pine -- Southern States. | Shortleaf pine -- Southern States. Other authors/contributors: Baker, James B | United States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station: Also Titled: Uneven aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types.

Govt. Doc. Number: A SO *Uneven-Aged Silviculture for the Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Forest Cover Types. Baker, James B., Cain, Michael D., Guldin, James M., Murphy, Paul A. and Shelton, Michael G.

USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station General Technical Report SO Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types.

USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report SO– New Orleans, LA: Southern Research by: models for uneven-aged stands of loblolly and loblolly–shortleaf pine. This manual is not a book on how to manage uneven-aged loblolly pine stands.

For information on silviculture of uneven-aged southern pines, see the following publications: Baker, James B. and others. Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest. Download Citation | Uneven-Aged Silviculture of Longleaf Pine | The use of uneven-aged silviculture has increased markedly in the past 20 years.

This is especially true in the southern United. Native pine forests in this region are found on upland sites and are dominated by mixed stands of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) and shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.).

Prior tothese stands consisted of open woodlands with relatively low basal area, and standing volume was concentrated in a few large trees per hectare (Bragg, ).Cited by:   Deceptively simple in its application, the uneven-aged silviculture practised by Pomeroy and Connor removed mature shortleaf (Pinus echinata Mill.) and loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) pines to improve growth of the residual trees and encourage the establishment and release of pine seedlings.

For their approach to work, Pomeroy and Connor needed self Author: Don C. Bragg. ♥ Book Title: Uneven-aged Silviculture for the Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Forest Cover Types ♣ Name Author: James B.

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The use of uneven-aged silviculture has increased markedly in the past 20 years. This is especially true in the southern United States, where the use of clearcutting and planting is often viewed as a practice whose emphasis on fiber production results in unacceptable consequences for other values, such as those that benefit from maintenance of.

Uneven-aged silviculture for the loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types / (Ashville, N.C.: Southern Research Station, ), by James B. Baker and United States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station (page images at HathiTrust). Stocking control concepts in uneven-aged silviculture.

STOCKING CONTROL CONCEPTS IN UNEVEN-AGED SIL VICUL TURE 1 3 5. loblolly and shortleaf pine forest cover types. THE IMPORTANCE OF SHORTLEAF PINE FOR WILDLIFE AND DIVERSITY IN MIXED OAK-PINE FORESTS AND IN PINE-GRASSLAND WOODLANDS Ronald E.

Masters1 ABSTRACT.—Shortleaf pine, by virtue of its wide distribution and occurrence in many forest types in eastern North America, is an important species that provides high habitat value for many wildlife species. We evaluated even- and uneven-aged silvicultural options for slash pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.) using empirical data and the Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) model.

Data were collected from a mature unthinned slash pine plantation in a flatwoods site in Florida, and used to simulate six scenarios of even- and uneven-aged silvicultural regimes applied to slash pine stands, including a no Cited by: 6.

role of uneven-aged silviculture and the soil seed bank in restoration of longleaf pine-slash pine (pinus palustris-pinus elliottii) ecosystems by ajay sharma a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy university of florida Revista CIFOR.

Contiene los artículos publicados en la revista científica institucional desde el año. Abstract. Continuous cover forestry (CCF) has not been common in the southern United States, but it does exist.

The best record of research and practice exists for mixed loblolly-shortleaf pine (Pinus taeda L.-P. echinata Mill.) stands in the Upper West Gulf Coastal Plain west of the Mississippi by: Pine regeneration with uneven-aged silviculture Uneven-aged Silviculture for the Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Forest Cover Types.

Gen. Tech. Rep. SO USDAForest Service, Southern Research Station, Ashville, NC. 75p. Boyer, W. D. Pinus palustris Mill.

Longleaf Size: 2MB.In this paper we applied the generalized Faustmann model for uneven-aged management to loblolly-shortleaf pine stands. The uneven-aged loblolly-shortleaf pine growth models developed by Murphy and Farrar,Murphy and Farrar, were used to project the stand growth.

As shown in Table 2, initially with the sawtimber component (those trees with a inches dbh or larger) comprising 40% Cited by: