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Buffer Strips and Tree Windthrow: Proglem or Habitat Enhancement?

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Title Buffer Strips and Tree Windthrow: Proglem or Habitat Enhancement?
Creator Martin, Doug
Subject coarse woody debris logging aquatic habitat fish lotic systems habitat conservation conservation buffers wind storms water slash forest ecology streams
Description Martin will discuss windthrow in buffer strips. He will compare the effects of logging to the effects of storm exposed landscapes. Next, he will ask: What are the effects of tree windthrow in buffer strips on fish habitat? What is the magnitude and duration of habitat change? Martin will present research that illustrates these questions. He will consider the idea that harvest management patterns could be concentrated in geographic areas that are naturally less prone to windthrow. Overall,... Martin Environmental. Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Program, Cooperative Monitoring and Evaluation Committee.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-12T22:53:30Z 2011-04-12T22:53:30Z 2007-11-27
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16469
Language en_US

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