Jackson and Klamath Sustained Yield Units Ten-year Timber Management Plan
United States. Bureau of Land Management, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Oregon State Office
Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office, 1979 - Forest management - 400 pages
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acres activities additional adverse impacts allowable cut alternative amount animal annual application approximately areas average cause changes Class clearcutting Coho salmon County Creek decade direct economic effects employment endangered environmental erosion estimated existing expected feet Figure fish forest growth habitat herbicides high intensity lands identified income increase industry inventory Jackson JKSYUS Klamath Lake less levels limited listed located logging major Medford miles natural occur old-growth Oregon percent period plant population possible potential practices present production proposed action public lands range recreation reduce removal result River road road construction Rogue sediment shelterwood significant slash soil Source species stage stands statement streams Sustained SYUS Table thinning timber harvest timber management timber sale tion treatment trees Unit values vegetation wildlife wood yarding yield
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