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Estimating singleleaf pinyon and Utah juniper volumes for several utilization standards
David C. Chojnacky
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, UT]
Written in English
|Statement||David C. Chojnacky, Caroline K. Wraith|
|Series||Research note INT -- 369, Research note INT -- 369.|
|Contributions||Wraith, Caroline K., Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah), United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6,  p. :|
Abstract. Pinus-Juniperus L. (Piñon-juniper) woodlands of the western United States have expanded in area nearly fold since the late ’rus occidentalis ssp. occidentalis Hook. (western juniper) dominance in sagebrush steppe has several negative consequences, including reductions in herbaceous production and diversity, decreased wildlife habitat, and higher erosion and Cited by: Climate change and fire suppression have facilitated expansion of pinyon-juniper woodlands into sage-brush-steppe ecosystems of the Great Basin, USA, resulting in a loss of biological diversity To assess the effects of using prescribed fire in restoration efforts, ant abundance, species richness, and composition were examined pre- and post-burn along the elevation and tree.
Attend the Annual Meeting The Loasa Chapter will host the INPS Annual Meeting at City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park, both headquartered at Almo, Idaho and located in south-central Idaho near the northern edge of the Great Basin. From I the parks can be reached by driving south on Highway Bo + BtX BsX2) models. Crown volumes were calculated for each plant by the formula VOL q (pi/4) WI W2 HI (Peek ). Multiple regressions with indicator variables (Neter and Was- serman ) were used to account for the effects of mechani- cal treatment .
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Estimating singleleaf pinyon and Utah juniper volumes for several utilization standards. [Ogden, UT]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station,  (OCoLC) singleleaf pinyon and Utah juniper based on four maturity classes.
However, they still found wide variation in form of trees in the same class. Blackburn () developed six age classes for both pinyon and juniper based on growth ring counts, height, basal diameter, and outward appearances. Reveal () prepared volume tables for. Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah): Estimating singleleaf pinyon and Utah juniper volumes for several utilization standards / ([Ogden, UT]: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, ), also by David C. Chojnacky and Caroline K. Estimating Pinyon and Juniper Cover Across Utah Using NAIP Imagery. Darrell B. Roundy. Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences, BYU. Master of Science.
Expansion of Pinus L. (pinyon) and Juniperus L. (juniper) (P-J) trees into sagebrush (Artemisia L.) steppe communities can lead to negative effects on hydrology, loss of wildlife habitat. Rainfall Interception by Singleleaf Piñon and Utah Juniper: Implications for Stand-Level Effective Precipitation.
Water pressure and ﬂ ow meter volumes wer e used to repeat. Estimating pinyon and juniper cover across Utah us ing NAIP imager y Darrell B. Roundy 1, Apr il Hulet 2, *, Bruce A. Roundy 1, R yan R. Jensen 3, Jor dan B. Hi nkle 4, Leann Crook 5 and. Excellent Article on the Twisted Truths of Pinyon-Juniper Forest Removal in the Great Basin.
Decem - This article by Katie Fite of Wildlands Defense, published a few days ago in Counterpunch, well summarizes what we have discovered about pinyon-juniper native trees are simply a scapegoat to hide the real problems. Spruce Mountain, the northernmost of the chainings, is located in Elko County, Nevada near the Pequop Mountains.
The Spruce Mountain chaining (late fall ) treated approximately 1 ha by chaining one way with an 83 kg m-1 smooth chain drawn by two D-8 Caterpillar tractors, and was not reseeded. Mean herbaceous understory cover declined from % in to % in (Bristow ).Cited by: Pinyon (PinUS.
monophyllatUtah Juniper (Juniperus osteosperma) stand. Grass cover Increased raplClly the first 2 years follOWing tree harvest. but the rate of In. crease declined over the next 2 years. Grass yield vat/ed among aspects and SOil mlcrosites on tree. harvested plots but not on the nonharvested plots.
Ratings;Dense;Foliage Yields;Tree Foliage;Foliage Production;Site Potential;Juniperus osteosperma;Sparse;Utah Juniper;Medium;Juniper;Measurements;Crown Diameter.
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Forests alone, close to 50 percent of pinyon-juniper watersheds (about million acres) contain de graded soils and vegetation (Henson ). Indeed, the Forest Service's Southwestern Region established a Pinyon-Juniper Initiative in the early 's for the purpose of restoring pinyon-juniper watersheds to a healthy state (Henson ).Cited by: Weber and Wittmann () report that in Colorado this species is found on talus of arid canyonsides.
Colorado Natural Heritage Program occurrence records () show that the species is often found on volcanic substrates within ponderosa pine or pinyon-juniper woodlands or various types of shrublands including Gambel's oak.
The pinyon-juniper woodlands are domi-nated by single-leaf pinyon with lower densities of Utah juniper, western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis), and Utah juniper–western juniper hybrids. Associated sagebrush communities are dominated by Wyoming sagebrush at lower ] ANTS, ELEVATION, AND PRESCRIBED FIRE Intermediate-elevation sites.
A symposium held September, in Provo, UT, and Sanpete County, UT, provided information on the ecology, management, resource values, and restoration of pinyon-juniper communities in the Interior Western United States. The conference was hosted by the USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources in cooperation.
Improved Utilization of Small-Diameter Ponderosa Pine in Glulam Timber Roland Hernandez, Research Engineer David W. Green, Supervisory Research Engineer David E. Kretschmann, Research Engineer Steven P. Verrill, Research Statistician Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin.
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Book Title. Production and utilization of herbaceous plants in small clearcuts in an Arizona mixed conifer forest / By. Ffolliott, Peter F. Gottfried, Gerald J. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.) United States.
Forest Service. Cited by: 7. temperature reaches 36 degrees or more. If several freezing nights are expected, you can build a “mini-greenhouse” out of PVC pipe around your tree and then cover with blankets or plastic.
This would not have to be removed until cold weather was past. Just don’t File Size: KB.Greenville had a premastication maximum Utah juniper andtwo-needlepinon(˜ PinusedulisEngelm.)densityof trees⋅ha−1fortreestallerthanm.
Onaqui elevation ranges from 1, to 1,m with annual average precipitation of mm inmm in,andmminSoilsareclassifiedasloamy .Construction site utilization planning has implications for project safety, construction efficiency, scheduling, and budgetary performance of a project.
An important aspect not identified in past research efforts are the current practices for site utilization plan development currently used .