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Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests

Grand Fir-Larch-Douglas-Fir, Western Hemlock, Western Hemlock-Western Redcedar, and Western Redcedar cover types

by William C. Fischer

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Published by Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest fires,
  • Forest management,
  • Fuelwood,
  • Fire ecology,
  • Prevention and control

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam C. Fischer. --
    SeriesUnited States. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. U.S.D.A. Forest Service general technical report INT -- 96
    The Physical Object
    Pagination 53 p. :
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25660159M
    OCLC/WorldCa9329576

    in Montana, and many have suggested using small trees removed from the forest during restoration or hazardous fuels reduction treatments as a source of woody biomass. There are more than 9 billion live trees on Montana timberland, and more than 75% of those trees have dbh. BLM Montana-Dakotas Biomass and Bioenergy. Woody Biomass is typically the portion of a tree or a small diameter tree that cannot be milled into lumber. Clean woodchips are produce from the stem or bole with the bark removed. Dirty woodchips includes the bark, branches, needles and cones.

    Montana is fortunate to have 75 Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) totaling approximately , acres for wildlife habitat during the critical winter months and for recreational users to enjoy throughout much of the year. "With the onset of fall and cooler weather, FWP reminds users of WMAs that firewood cutting for off-site use is prohibited on these lands that are so important for wildlife. BLM File Photo. Work completed by the Fort Belknap Tribal hand crew. In January , fire and fuels managers from BLM’s Central Montana Fire Zone (CMFZ) sat down with fire management personnel from the Fort Belknap Reservation to discuss options for completing hazardous fuels reduction projects on the BLM-Fort Belknap Reservation ownership.

    ests, in this case national forests within Montana’s borders – the proverbial “last best place.” The bar graph on the cover quantifies Montana’s dire situation in frightening detail. Of the million cubic feet of wood fiber that nature annually adds to Montana’s national forests, . The more productive moist forests of northwest Montana have not been as affected by fire exclusion. In cool and moist forests fires naturally burn less frequently, but with higher severity, killing most trees. Our moist, productive forests are doing fine with respect to fire, but have been subject to more intense harvesting and road building.


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Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests by William C. Fischer Download PDF EPUB FB2

PHOTO GUIDE FOR USDA FOREST SERVICE GENERAL TECHNICAL REPORT INT NOVEM,BER APPRAISING DOWNED WOODY FUELS IN MONTANA FORESTS: Grand Fir-Larch-Douglas-Fir, Western Hemlock, We~tern Hemlock-Western Redcedar, and Western Redcedar Cover Types Will iam C.

Fischer INTERMOUNTAIN FOREST AND RANGE EXPERIMENT STATIONAuthor: William C. Fischer. Fischer, W. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: interior Ponderosa pine, Ponderosa pine-Larch-Douglas-fir, Larch-Douglas-fir, and interior Douglas-fir cover types.

General Technical Report INT Ogden, UT, USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Get this from a library. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: lodgepole pine, and englemann spruce-subalpine fir cover types.

[William C Fischer; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Forestry Sciences Laboratory (Missoula, Mont.)]. Get this from a library. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: interior ponderosa pine, ponderosa pine-larch-douglas-fir, larch-douglas-fir, and interior douglas-fir cover types.

[William C Fischer; United States. Department of Agriculture. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: lodgepole pine, and engelmann spruce - subalpine fir cover types Document Type: Book Author(s): W. Fischer. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: Grand Fir-Larch-Douglas-Fir, Western Hemlock, Western Hemlock-Western Redcedar, and Western Redcedar cover types by Pages:   Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: Lodgepole Pine, and Englemann Spruce - Subalpine Fir cover types by Fischer, William CPages: PHOTO GUIDE FOR APPRAISIIING DOWNED WOODY FUELS IN MONTANA FORESTS: Lodgepole Pine and Engelmann Spruce--Subalpine Fir Cover Types [William C.

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Res. Note INT Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 12 p. Fischer, W.C. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: grand fir-larch-Cited by: 1.

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Photo Guide for Appraising Downed Woody Fuels in Montana Forests: Interior Ponderosa Pine, Ponderosa Pine-Larch-Douglas-Fir, Larch-Douglas-Fir, and Interior Douglas-Fir Cover Types; INT; USDA Forest Service Intermountain Research Station: Ogden, UT, USA, ; p.

Cited by: 4. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: grand fir-larchDouglas-fir, western hemlock, western hemlock-western redcedar, and western redcedar cover types. Gen. Tech.

A JFSP Fire Science Exchange Network Bringing People Together & Sharing Knowledge in the Northern Rockies. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: lodgepole pine, and Engelmann spruce–subalpine fir cover types Intermountain Forest and Range.

Fischer WC () Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: Interior ponderosa pine, ponderosa pine-larch-Douglas-fir, larch-Douglas-fir, and Interior Douglas-fir cover types.

USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, General Technical Report INT Ogden, UT, USA, pp Google Scholar. fire effects. The Digital Photo Series (DPS) is a user-friendly, Web-based application that displays data and images from all 16 currently pub-lished volumes of the Natural Fuels Photo Series (NFPS) (42 differ-ent photo series for a total of sites).

The database format of DPS enables searching, downloading, customized site generation, and. Fischer, W. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in Montana forests: Lodgepole pine, and Engelmann spruce-subalpine fir cover types.

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service,General Technical Report, GTR INT pages with color illustrations.

Softbound, comb-bound, minor signs of use, very good condition. Anderson, Hal E. Moisture diffusivity and response time in fine forest fuels. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. Abstract. A key component in describing forest carbon (C) dynamics is the change in downed dead wood biomass through time.

Specifically, there is a dearth of information regarding the residence time of downed woody debris (DWD), which may be reflected in the diversity of wood (for example, species, size, and stage of decay) and site attributes (for example, climate) across the study Cited by: IMPROVING ASSESSMENTS OF FUEL TREATMENT EFFECTS ON SURFACE FUELS IN PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS OF THE SOUTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS Fuel hazard reduction treatments have been widely employed in dry forests of the western United States in recent decades in response to the increasing extent and severity of wildfires.

Montana. Disjunct populations occur on several islands of northern Lake Global Range: Oplopanax horridus is concentrated in the Pacific Northwest, western Canada, and Alaska.

It also occurs disjunctly in Michigan and Ontario, where it is considered rare. Photo guide for appraising downed woody fuels in MT forests: grand fir- larch-Doug.Studies that examined woody fuels shortly after fire and logging (1–4 years) have found that post-fire logging increased surface woody fuels (Donato et al.,Donato et al.,McIver and Ottmar,Keyser et al.,McGinnis et al.,Monsanto and Agee, ), while studies conducted longer after fire (5–35 years) have Cited by: Woody biomass can be converted into useful forms of energy (heat or electricity), valuable bio-based fuels (i.e., solid, liquid, or gaseous fuels), or other products (e.g., polymers, bio-plastics, biochar, sorbents, and acids) using a number of different processes.