2 edition of Management of pinyon-juniper woodlands found in the catalog.
Management of pinyon-juniper woodlands
Raymond A Evans
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, UT
Written in English
|Other titles||Management of pinyon juniper woodlands|
|Statement||Raymond A. Evans|
|Series||General technical report INT -- 249, General technical report INT -- 249|
|Contributions||Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
Overstory-understory relations in pinyon-juniper woodlands in New Mexico REX D. PIEPER Abstract Herbage biomass for blue grama (Boutdoua grdlis [H.B.K. Lag& . The remaining about 30% is in Phase I expansion woodlands that only average about 25% of maximum biomass. For sites with adequate tree density, maybe another 80 to years to reach Phase III. Different Phases of woodlands can respond differently to differentDifferent Phases of woodlands can respond differently to different types of treatments.
Recommended Citation. West, Neil E., "A Management-Oriented Classification of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands of the Great Basin" (). Wildland Resources Faculty natalierosedodd.com by: Get print book. No eBook available. Go to Google Play Now» Pinyon-juniper Woodlands of New Mexico: A Biological and Economic Appraisal. New Mexico State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Home Economics - Junipers - 53 pages. 0 Reviews. GROWTH AND MANAGEMENT OF PINYON.
Oct 28, · Pinyon-juniper woodlands comprise one of Nevada's most extensive vegetation types, occupying 14, square miles, or approximately thirteen percent, of the state's land area. From Nevada's main highways, these woodlands appear as tree-covered hill . Pinyon-juniper woodlands represent an important ecosystem in the semiarid western United States. Concern over the sustainability of, and management approaches for, these woodlands is increasing. As in other semiarid environments, water dynamics and vegetation patterns in pinyon-juniper woodlands are.
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Some of these questions, workshops concerned with the ecology, management, and restoration of piñon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems were held in St.
George, Utah in and in Albuquerque, New Mexico in The combined proceedings from these two workshops contain papers, extended abstracts, and abstracts based onCited by: 3. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Pinyon-juniper woodland in Mesa Verde National Park.
NPS Photo. Studies of packrat middens, dry caves, pollen cores, lake sediments, and archaeological sites provide important information about the distribution of pinyon-juniper woodlands since the last major advance of. Evans, R. Management of pinyon-juniper woodlands.
General Technical Report INT Ogden, UT, USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. Managing Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands GERALD J. GOTTFRIED AND KIETH E. SEVERSON A renewed interest in pinyon-juniper woodlands has accelerated debate regarding management of this unique ecosystem.
Should these woodlands be managed only to provide livestock forage through overstory removal-popu-lar programs in the s an d s-or should they be.
Pinyon-juniper woodland, also spelled Piñon-juniper woodland, is a vegetation type of Western United States higher elevation deserts, characterized by being an open forest dominated by low, bushy, evergreen junipers (Juniperus osteosperma, Juniperus californica, Juniperus grandis), pinyon pines (Pinus monophylla, Pinus edulis), and their associates which vary from region to region.
Jan 30, · The federal government is overseeing a program of massive deforestation on Western public lands. Some million acres of pinyon-juniper forest in the care of the Bureau of Land Management in. Feb 03, · All we need is the price of a paperback book to sustain a non-profit website the whole world depends on.
We have only staff but run one of the world’s top websites. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. Management of pinyon-juniper woodlands Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This natalierosedodd.com: Madrean Pinyon - Juniper Woodland Download PDF. Nature Serve ID: CES In woodlands, the understory may and juniper (Juniperus monosperma) show the relationship of this system to other pinyon-juniper systems to the north, but other components of these occurrences recommend the relationship to the Madrean system.
Ecological Mapping. MANAGEMENT OF PINYON-JUNIPER “WOODLAND” ECOSYSTEMS Management goals for PJ forests and woodlands vary and are determined through a variety of land management planning processes for private, state and federally owned lands. Land managers are responsible for selecting appropriate, site-specific practices to.
Public understanding and support for management of pinyon-juniper woodlands should be one of the prime objectives of each manager having responsibility for their maintenance. Custodial Management Custodial management has been defined as managing to protect existing resource values and prevent further dete- rioration.
Old Growth Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands Should Not Be Removed. Basin and Range Watch is concerned that the Bureau of Land Management plan to remove pinyon-juniper forests will result in the loss of old growth trees and will negatively impact the ecology of the regions targeted for tree removal.
Rather, we should consider that pinyon-juniper woodlands are continually influenced by the complex interplay of multiple natural disturbances and anthropogenic stressors.
Timber harvest. Pinyon-juniper woodlands have long been an important source of fuel for domestic heating, cooking, and building material, in both pre- and post-settlement times. Mar 09, · Pinyon-juniper woodlands occur in 10 states and cover large areas in many of them.
These woodlands can be dominated by several species of pinyon pine (Pinus spp. L.) and juniper (Juniperus spp. L.) (Lanner ; Mitchell and Roberts ; West a). A considerable amount of information is available on the expansion of the woodlands that has occurred over large parts of the.
A management-oriented classification of pinyon-juniper woodlands of the Great Basin (SuDoc A RMRS-GTR) [Neil E. West] on natalierosedodd.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying natalierosedodd.com: Neil E. West. The ecology, history, ecohydrology, and management of pinyon and juniper woodlands in the Great Basin and Northern Colorado Plateau of the western United States.
View the complete pinyon-juniper synthesis. View fact sheet on pinyon-juniper ecology. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Management alternatives for pinyon-juniper woodlands: the ecology of the pinyon-juniper type of the Colorado Plateau and the basin and range provinces /Cited by: 2.
For more information about piñon-juniper woodlands, see the Report on the Health of Colorado’s Forests (7 MB PDF) and Piñon-Juniper Management – June ( MB PDF). About piñon pine trees. About Rocky Mountain junipers (Tree Cards MB PDF). Drought and frost during the growing season limits distribution of pinyon-juniper woodlands in the Great Basin to relatively narrow altitudinal belts on the sides of mountains (Figure 2).
In western Utah the elevation of pinyon-juniper sites on granite average 1, m ( ft) while those on sandstone averaged 1, m ( ft). The pinyon/juniper woodlands are extensive in the western USA and are a valuable renewable resource for many uses.
The occurrence and dominance of pinyon (Pinus cembroides, P. monophylla and P. edulis), juniper (Juniperus deppeana, J. monosperma, J.
scopulorum, J. osteosperma and J. occidentalis), shrubs and herbs vary over the spectrum of the woodlands which occur on many soil Cited by:. Indian use of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands Originally titled - Role of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands in Aboriginal Societies of the Desert West Joel C. Janetski Abstract Archaeological data and ethnographic accounts testify of the importance of resources available in the pinyon-juniper woodland to native peoples since the early Holocene.
Food, shelter.Other Classifications-- Other names for pinyon-juniper habitat include Singleleaf Pinyon Series, Singleleaf Pinyon-Utah Juniper Series (Parker and Matyas ), Pinyon Pine Series (Paysen, et al. ) Juniper-Pinyon Woodlands (Munz and Keck ), and Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands .pinyon-juniper wood.+ands in the wes,natalierosedodd.com States for centuries (Wasson ) and have.
utilized plants from these areas for many purposes including food. Much has been learned abOut ecology of pinyon-juniper woodlands in. New Mexico and the Southwest but IllUch remains to be learned. This.