Applying principles of landscape design and management to integrate old-growth forest enhancement and commodity use

D. J. Mladenoff, M. A. White, T. R. Crow, J. Pastor

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Abstract

Geographic information systems and spatial analysis techniques were used to develop a landscape design to maintain old-growth forest remnants and integrate commodity production in the surrounding second-growth matrix. The design incorporates an old-growth restoration zone surrounding old-growth patches to buffer and enhance forest-interior habitat and link nearby old-growth remnants. A large secondary zone is delineated for uneven-aged forest management.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationNCASI Technical Bulletin
PublisherNCASI
Pages362-363
Number of pages2
Volume2
Edition781
StatePublished - May 1 1999

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