2 edition of life history of vine maple on the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest found in the catalog.
life history of vine maple on the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest
David Wright Russel
Written in English
|Statement||by David Wright Russel.|
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Harvest at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon Charles Frady, Sherri Johnson, and Judy Li Abstract: To evaluate long-term effects of forest harvest, we sampled benthic and emergent macroinvertebrate communities in headwater streams through young-growth and old-growth forests in the H.J. Andrews Experi-mental Forest, Oregon, from June. We collected bird occurrence data at sample locations within the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest (HJA). The ‐ha HJA spans an elevational gradient from to m.a.s.l. and is located in the western Cascades of Oregon, USA (44°12′ N, °15′ W, Fig. S2a).Cited by:
The wet-climate forests of the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest are much like those near my home in the lowlands between the Olympic and Cascade Mountains of Washington State: a mix of trees that colonizes grounds cleared by windthrow, fire, and humans—first with red alder, Douglas-fir, western redcedar, and bigleaf maple. ral History of Oregon Coast Mammals. Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. p. vine maple Anderson, H.G. The phytosociology of some vine maple com- The life history of vine maple on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. Unpublished Master’s thesis. Oregon State Uni-versity, Corvallis, Oregon. p.
Transition into Hudsonian life zones (Ingles, ). STUDY AREAS Small mammals were live- and kill-trapped on the Half Pint area in the Lakes Ranger District, Mt. Hood National Forest, Clackamas Co., Oregon, and on the H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest and vicinity, Blue River Ranger District, Willamette National Forest, Lane and Linn counties. Watershed 10 (WS10) of the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest (HJA) is a small hectare catchment located in the western-central Cascade Mountains of Oregon, at latitude 44°15′N, longitude °20′W (Figure 1). Watershed 10 has been the site of intensive research.
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The objective of this study was to examine the life history of vine maple on the H. Andrews Experimental Forest. This study was conducted as a part of an I. general study of understory biomass and productivity. The specific objectives were to 1) estimate the contribution of vine to the general community biomass.
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The Life History of Vine Maple on the H. Andrews Experimental Forest by David Wright Russel A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science June The impact of vine maple on site fertility of coastal temperate forests.
D.W., The life history of vine maple on the H.J. Andrews experimental forest. vine maple on the H.J. Andrews. tion in species responses is associated with life-history traits (Sheldon et al., ), much variation remains unexplained. within the H. Andrews Experimental Forest (HJA). The or vine maple (Acer circi-natum) shrub ﬁelds, and landslides (Fig.
S2b). We used a stratiﬁed, systematic, random design to select sample locations. The H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest was established in – then called the Blue River Experimental Forest until it was renamed for Horace J. Andrews inafter his untimely death in a car accident, because of his instrumental role in the selection of the site and.
 Watershed 1 (WS1) is a 96 ha catchment on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest in the western Cascades Range in Oregon. Originally part of a "paired watershed" experiment to understand the. Hermit warbler (Setophaga occidentalis) in VIne Maple tree, Carpenter Mountain, H.J. Andrews Forest, Willamette National Forest, Oregon, USA Aspen trees in autumn with white bark and yellow leaves.
Yellow grasses of the understorey. Production, Respiration, and Overall Carbon Balance in an Old-growth Pseudotsuga- Tsuga Forest Ecosystem. the H. Andrews Experimental Forest in the.
and vine maple]. These studies took place primarily in watersheds 1 and 3 of the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest, located along the western slope of the central Cascade Range, 50 miles (80 km) east of Eugene, Oregon.
One study [ 12 ] also includes information from similar logging prescriptions, but. Data from a single year-old tree ( m dbh, 77 m in height) in the H. Andrews Experimental Forest in the western Cascade Mountains of Oregon are presented.
Richard Powers’ monumental, Pulitzer-winning The Overstory: A Novel (, Norton) taps forests and forest science, some of it from the Andrews Forest, in an epic tale of the connectedness of all things in ways that give hope for the future.
We estimated the abundances, autocorrelations, and spatiotemporal associations of 4 small‐mammal species from – using live‐trapping mark‐recapture methods on 9 sites across elevation and canopy openness gradients of a late‐successional forest in the H. Andrews Experimental Forest, on the west slope of the Oregon by: 3.
The life history of vine maple on the H. Andrews Experimental Forest. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. The life history of vine maple on the H. Andrews Experimental Forest. Dyrness, C. The effect of logging and slash burning on understory vegetation in the H.
Andrews Experimental Forest. Res. Note PNW. Vine maple litter had significantly greater concentrations of all nutrients relative to both fir/hemlock and cedar litter collected within vine maple plots at both study stands, with the exception of Ca (Table 1, Table 2).Calcium concentration was statistically greater for vine maple compared to fir/hemlock litter at the year-old stand, and had a weak tendency to be higher for cedar Cited by: A study on the H.
Andrews Experimental Forest found bigleaf maple litter had a slightly faster rate of decay than most associated hardwoods, but it decayed slowly than litter of ponderosa pine, Douglas-fir, and western redcedar (P≤). The Pacific silver fir/vine maple/coolwort foamflower (Tiarella trifoliata) and the western hemlock/vine maple/western swordfern plant associations provide good summer range for deer and elk.
The dense shrub layer provides good hiding cover [ 25, 26 ]. conducted in places such as the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest (HJA) in the western-central Cascade Mountains of Oregon, and the Alsea watershed study in coastal Oregon, among others.
For example, (1) Stednick  used long-term measurement of nutrient losses to the stream to explore the impact of forest harvest on water quality inCited by: LOG FROM A STAY AT THE H.
ANDREWS EXPERIMENTAL FOREST OctoberScott Russell Sanders Monday, 20 October: After midnight, winding through fog along a road flanked by the looming presence of trees, I find my way to the headquarters of the H.
Andrews Experimental Forest. Vine Maple The Maple Family–Aceraceae Acer circinatum Pursh. (Ay-ser Ser-sin-AY-tum) Names: “Vine” Maple, although not really a vine, has very slender, often sprawling, branches.
These branches often root to produce new trees, creating dense thickets underneath the shade of taller conifers. It is a small, usually multi-stemmed tree or shrub. Circinatum refers to the [ ].
Forest soil measurements were made at over sites distributed throughout the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest (HJA) in the Oregon Cascade Mountains.History: The maple family contains just two genera with Acer the most well known and named from the old world Latin title for the trees.
This large genus cotnains about species of treees and shrubs from northern temperate regions around the world.Five years after burning slash in these areas, Pacific dogwood coverage was % in vine maple-salal forest communities.
In western sword fern communities that occupied stream banks and northern slopes, the coverage of Pacific dogwood was % in 5-year-old burned clearcuts [ 37 ].