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Careful logging, partial cutting and the protection of terrestrial and aquatic habitats

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Year Published

1994

Publication

Forest Research Information No. 177. 1994. pp. 53-65.

Abstract

Stand management activites influence (1) tree growth and quality; (2) stand structure, stocking and composition; (3) wildlife and aquatic habitat quality; and (4) long-term site productivity. The cumulative impacts of stand-level treatments affect ecosystem structure and function at the landscape level.

Citation

Dey, Daniel C. 1994. Careful logging, partial cutting and the protection of terrestrial and aquatic habitats. Forest Research Information No. 177. 1994. pp. 53-65.

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