3 edition of Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types found in the catalog.
1980 by Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English
|Statement||Kathleen M. Davis, Bruce D. Clayton, William C. Fischer.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service general technical report INT -- 79., General technical report INT -- 79.|
|Contributions||Clayton, Bruce D., Fischer, William C., Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
Salvage logging on a portion of the Rice Ridge Fire burn area near Seeley Lake is set to begin soon. The U.S. Forest Service is finalizing plans to log about 5, acres on the , acres that burned in the biggest wildfire Montana saw last summer.. I recently visited the salvage logging site, about half a mile drive outside Seeley Lake, with Megan Fylling and . Lolo National Forest Supervisor Orville Daniels whacked his ASQ from million board-feet to 50 million. Now the national forests in Forest Service Region 1 .
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Ogden, Utah: Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) The Lolo National Forest habitat types are grouped into 10 Fire Groups based primarily on fire's role in forest succession. For each Fire Group, information is presented on (1) the relationship of major tree species to fire, (2) forest fuels, (3) the natural Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types book of fire, (4) fire and plant succession.
an ecological factor for forest habitat types occurring east of the Continental Divide in Montana. Forest habitat types of Montana are grouped into Fire Groups based primarily on fire's role in forest succession. For each Fire Group, information is presented on (1) the relationship of major tree species to fire, (2) fire ef.
The Fire Groups The forest habitat types of Montana have been assem- bled into 12 Fire Groups (table 1) that are defined as follows: Fire Group Zero: A miscellaneous, heterogeneous collec- tion of special habitats. In western Montana forests these sites exist as scree, forested rock, wet meadow, mountain grassland, aspen grove, and alder Size: 3MB.
Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types / By Kathleen M. Davis, William C. Fischer, Bruce D. Clayton, United States. Forest Service and Utah) Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden. Books by Language Journal of materials engineering.
Additional Collections Journal of paediatric dentistry. Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types book of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology Journal of Experimental Psychology Journal of. Fire Group Two-Warm, dry habitat types that support open forests of ponderosa pine or Douglas-fir.
Fire Group Three-Warm, moist ponderosa pine habitat types and warm, dry Douglas-fir habitat types usually dominated by ponderosa pine. Fire Group Four-Cool, dry Douglas-fir habitat types.
Fire Group Five-Moist Douglas-fir Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types book types. A fire group is a cluster of habitat types within a given geographic area; all habitat types in a fire group have similar presettlement fire regimes, similar response of dominant Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types book species to fire, and similar successional patterns.
Fire groups are described to help managers understand broad patterns in the fire ecology of northern Idaho’s by: The system is based on reconnaissance and detailed sampling of approximately 1, stands. The habitat type concept of Daubenmire is used to construct a hierarchi- cal taxonomic classification of forest sites.
A total of eight climax series, 46 habitat types, and 60 additional phases of habitat types are Size: 9MB. Fire and Forest Ecology.
Fire has long been an essential and natural force that has influenced the ecosystems of the Sierra Nevada. Natural and vital ecological functions such as plant regeneration, soil function, nutrient cycling, habitat revitalization, disease control, predator prey dynamics, biological diversity, and vegetation development are shaped by a natural fire regime.
Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types / (Ogden, Utah: Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ), by Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types book M.
Davis, William C. Fischer, Bruce D. Clayton, United States Forest Service, and Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah) (page images at HathiTrust). This bibliographic record was either created or modified by the Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy and is provided without charge to promote research and education in Fire Ecology.
The E.V. Komarek Fire Ecology Database is the intellectual property of the Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy. Smith and Fisher. Fire Ecology of the Forest Habitat Types of Northern Idaho.
USDA Forest Service General Technical Report INT-GTR, p. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project (SNEP). Status of the Sierra Nevada: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project, Final Report to Congress Volume I, Assessment summaries and management strategies.
Goldammer, J.G a: Fire in forests and other ecosystems of Argentina: A synopsis with recommendations for fire ecology research and development of fire management systems. GTZ Report P.N.22 p. A quantitative succession model was developed both to meet resource management needs in Montana's Lewis and Clark National Forest and to develop a modeling methodology.
It builds upon previous concepts and incudes three new features: quantitative prediction of all tree species and seedlings; quantitative predictions of important understory species; and successional pathways determined by fire Cited by: Prescribed burning helps to restore habitat and better protect nearby communities from future wildfires by reducing h azardous fuels.
Frequent, low-intensity fire is essential to restore National Forest lands for the communities who depend on them/5(45).
Simulation of Effects of Climatic Change on Fire Regimes. Authors; Authors and affiliations B.D., and Fischer, W.C. Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types. USDA Forest Service Gen.
Tech. Rep. INT Google Scholar. () Simulation of Effects of Climatic Change on Fire Regimes. In: Veblen T.T., Baker W.L., Montenegro Cited by: Pfister RD, Arno SF () Classifying forest habitat types based on potential climax vegetation. Forest Sci –70 Google Scholar Pratt S, Holsinger L, Keane RE () Using simulation modeling to assess historical reference conditions for vegetation and fire regimes for the LANDFIRE prototype by: Davis KM, Clayton BD, Fischer WC () Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types Gen Tech Rep INT USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Res Stn, Ogden, UT Google Scholar Davis MB, Botkin DB () Sensitivity of cool-temperate forest and their fossil pollen record to rapid temperature by: 3.
Understanding the Ecological Roles of Natural Disturbance. Station scientists took a closer look at fire scars in ponderosa pine, western larch and Douglas fir trees from the Lolo National Forest in Montana.
They found that, for all three species, compartmentalization was critical in protecting the trunk, preventing infection spread and. North Idaho Habitat Type Manual. Alexander, R. Site indexes for lodgepole pine, with corrections for stand density: instructions for field use. Research Paper RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station; 7 p. Arno, S. Fire history in the vicinity of Mary's Frog Pond, Lolo National Forest.
Unpublished report on file at USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory, Missoula, Montana, USA. Arno, S. Fire history in the vicinity of Sheep Mountain Bog, Lolo National Forest.
Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report INT Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT. 77 p. MOUNTAIN JUNKER'S TRADING POST.
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The Fire Regime of Moist Montane Forests Moist montane forests, which make up 52% of the total forested acreage in our focal area, are predisposed to burn at longer intervals and with higher severity than our dry montane historical fire regime is best characterized as one of moderate-frequency and mixed-severity burns.
Fire ecology is a scientific discipline concerned with natural processes involving fire in an ecosystem and the ecological effects, the interactions between fire and the abiotic and biotic components of an ecosystem, and the role as an ecosystem process.
Many ecosystems, particularly prairie, savanna, chaparral and coniferous forests, have evolved with fire as an. Fire ecology of the forest habitat types of northern Idaho. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, General Technical Report, INT-GTR Zack, A. C., and P. Morgan.
Fire history on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest. Unpublished data on file at USDA Forest Service, Idaho Panhandle National Forest, Coeur d'Alene.
Wounds inflicted by these fires are usually on the uphill side and at the base of trees, where accumulated fuels like pine needles, leaves, twigs, branches, and other debris concentrate heat as they burn.
Fire in these hotspots can heat through tree bark and kill living tissue. Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types. INT Ogden, UT: U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 77 p. Forests After Fire – Dr. Chad Hanson on post-fire forest ecology Novem by Matthew Koehler This video was produced in by the Sierra Sun newspaper and includes a lot of post-fire insights and perspective from Dr.
Author: Matthew Koehler. Wildfire also contributes to the loss of important wildlife habitat. Our National Forests provide habitat to more than 3, species, including more than threatened or endangered species. While some species depend on or have adapted to fire, many still find themselves without a home after a severe wildfire has occurred.
Lolo National Forest - 24 Fort Missoula Rd., Missoula, Montana - Rated based on 45 Reviews "It has been many years, but this was an amazing /5(45). Overview. The fire season in Montana was exacerbated by drought conditions and as of September 7,there were 21 large, active fires that had consumed overacres (, ha).
By Septem after rain and snow had significantly slowed most fire growth, the overall burned acreage in Montana was estimated at 1, acres (, ha).Date(s): June – September, Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types.
Preliminary forest plant association management guide. Ketchikan area, Tongass National Forest. Fire ecology of western Montana forest habitat types. A guide to the interior cedar-hemlock zone, northwestern transitional subzone (ICHg), in the Prince Rupert Forest Region, British Columbia. appropriate thematic content.
For example, on the Lolo National Forest in western Montana, a high elevation landscape being defined for American marten habitat management purposes could be defined on the basis of vegetation cover type, seral stage, or a combination of cover type and seral stage, among other Size: 1MB.
The Colt Summit project area is located in the upper-center portion by the “83” and bend in the road. The surrounding area (including the portions of the Lolo National Forest, State DNRC lands and private lands) have been heavily logged and roaded, significantly compromising critical habitat for lynx, grizzly bears, bull trout and other critters.
Fire ecology of Lolo National Forest habitat types. INT Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
77 p.  Graham, Russell T. Pinus monticola Dougl. ex D. Don western white pine. In general, this was a good show with useful messages about becoming fire wise, but the additional emphasis on thinning and burning and firefighting. Forest Habitat Classification Workshop, Minneapolis, MN Septem Wisconsin Forest Habitat Type Classification System John Kotar, Joseph Kovach and Timothy Burger University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Foresters typically classify and map forests by Short fire cycle B Moderate fire cycle or special regeneration techniques C Moderate fire File Size: KB. By radio, she got word pdf the Lolo National Forest fire management officer to let it be. The little blaze looked ideal for clearing out some understory and improving elk habitat there.
The wildfires spanned a regional climate gradient ranging from dry to moist mixed conifer forest and included download pdf Wedge Canyon and Robert fires west of Glacier National Park on the Flathead National Forest, the Black Mountain 2 and Cooney Ridge fires near Missoula on the Lolo National Forest, the School Fire in eastern Washington on the Author: Eva K.
Strand, Kevin L. Satterberg, Andrew T. Hudak, John Byrne, Azad Henareh Khalyani, Alistair M.Barrett, Stephen W. Fire history of Glacier National Park: Middle Fork Flathead Ebook drainage. Final Report Cooperative Agreement Suplement Numbers CINT and CINT Missoula, MT: U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, Intermountain Fire Sciences Laboratory. 32 p.  6.