2 edition of landscape-scale analysis of vegetation recovery at Mount St. Helens found in the catalog.
landscape-scale analysis of vegetation recovery at Mount St. Helens
Rick L. Lawrence
Written in English
|Statement||by Rick L. Lawrence.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||127|
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Over years of logging old growth trees, as well as intense fire suppression policies have caused an unnatural accumulation of fuels that now threaten communities and the overall health and stability of the magnificent Sierra Nevada.
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Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment Remote sensing of vegetation responses during the first 20 years following the eruptions of Mount St. Thematic mapper and spot satellite data were compared in their relationship to forest wood volume using correlation and regression.
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Journal of Applied Ecology 33, This can be used to evaluate the success of management practices. River confluences, tributaties and the fluvial network.Ecology, 81(10),pp. – q by the Ecological Society of America FIFTEEN YEARS OF REVEGETATION OF MOUNT ST.
HELENS: A LANDSCAPE-SCALE ANALYSIS RICK L. LAWRENCE1 AND WILLIAM J. RIPPLE2 1Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, Mountain Research Center, P.O. BoxMontana State University, Bozeman, Montana.
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Its primary purpose is to give credit to the many brilliant scientists who supplied hard data that went into the book. Journal of Vegetation Science 5, [CCA, partial CCA, variance partitioning, Monte Carlo tests; ecology, theory; vascular plants, bryophytes, lichens] Økland, R.H. & Eilertsen, O () Dynamics of understorey vegetation in an old-growth boreal coniferous forest, Journal of Vegetation Science 7, One, scientists have observed that the recovery of forest plants and wildlife habitat since the eruption of Mount St.
Helens in Oregon--now a natural laboratory for studying disturbance in western forest ecosystems--clearly demonstrates the ability of ecosystems to recover, even from devastating catastrophic disturbance.