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The Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station in [Ogden, UT]
Written in English
|Statement||editor, Helen Y. Smith.|
|Series||Proceedings RMRS -- P-17.|
|Contributions||Smith, Helen Y., Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
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Bittterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project a partnership for ecological management research and implementation in the Bitterroot National Forest and related areas [Jump to the main content of this page].
The varied topics presented in these symposium proceedings represent the diverse nature of the Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project (BEMRP).
Separated into six sections, the papers cover the different themes researched by BEMRP collaborators as well as brief overviews of five other ecosystem management projects. The Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project (BEMRP), begun in Octoberaddresses the social, biophysical, and management challenges of applying ecosystem management principles on landscapes in the Northern Rockies.
Jim Chew Use of SIMPPLLE in the Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project Ursula Choromanska The Effects of Wildfire With and Without Previous Prescribed Burn Thomas H.
DeLuca on Nitrogen Dynamics in Forest Soils The Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project book Christianson Wondrous Place, Special Places Cynthia Manning.
Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) and other researchers take suggestions provided by Forests and design research studies that address the stated issues or questions. Project Methods Each year, the Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Projects (BEMRP) executive committee discusses ideas for research to be undertaken by associated scientists.
79 BITTERROOT ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT RESEARCH PROJECT Location: Eastern Idaho, western Montana Project size: 40, acres initially; to be expanded toacres Initiator: U.S. Forest Service PROJECT AREA DESCRIPTION Steep. Final Report to Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project.
4 p. + figs. Sikkink, Pamela G. Ecological characterization and restoration alternatives for Sawmill Creek Research Natural Area, Bitterroot National Forest. Montana. Bitterroot Ecosystem. The Bitterroot Ecosystem is one of the largest contiguous blocks of public land remaining in the lower States.
The core of the ecosystem contains three Wilderness areas which make up the largest block of wilderness habitat in the Rocky Mountains south of Canada. This is a unique book written by a remarkable man, Bud Moore. He was a forester, raised in the Lochsa, Bitterroot country of western Idaho and Montana; a man of the land.
He became a great advocate for saving the land. He worked for the Forest Service in that part of the by: Following his acclaimed bestseller Purple Cane Road, James Lee Burke returns with a triumphant tour de force. Set in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, home to celebrities seeking to escape the pressures of public life, as well as to xenophobes dedicated to establishing a bulkhead of patriotic paranoia, Burke's novel features Billy Bob Holland, former Texas Ranger and now a Texas /5().
Percent of total research publications (, N = ) by output category-Research Work Unit (RWU), cooperative, and extramural-for the Rio Grande Ecosystem Management : Deborah Finch. Grizzly Bear reintroduction to the Bitterroot ecosystem: perceptions of individuals with land-base occupations Carlos L.
Velado getting the research underway. I also want to thank all the research participants for their Much scientific research has been done on the biology and management of grizzlyAuthor: Carlos L.
Velado. Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project: BIOCONTROL: The use of living organisms, such as predators, parasites, and pathogens, to control weeds, pest insects, or diseases. BIOMASS: The amount of all living or dead plant material in an area.
Bitterroot happens to be both the first book by James Lee Burke and the first book of fiction set in Montana that I have read. Or at least, that I remember reading. And boy, did I pick a doozy. A coworker told me several weeks ago that if I 4/5.
The Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project: what we have learned: symposium proceedings, Missoula, Montana, MayAuthor: Helen Y Smith ; Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.). ECO-Report is an annual Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) publication which contains a set of articles showcasing the Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project (BEMRP) research projects and activities.
The articles are concise, user-friendly, and designed to inform a broad range of audiences interested in ecosystem management. The Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project what we have learned: symposium proceedings, Missoula, Montana, May/ editor, Helen Y.
Smith. Get this from a library. The Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project: what we have learned: symposium proceedings, Missoula, Montana, May[Helen Y Smith; Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.);].
This paper provides a brief overview of the Southwest-ern Borderlands Ecosystem Management Research Project. Much of the research program was described in more detail, along with results thus far.Meticulously written, The Bitterroot and Mr.
Brandborg articulates Brandborg’s Progressive-era idealism and is based on extensive archival research in collections throughout the Rockies and the Northwest, including the Brandborg family papers.
Swanson’s crisp narration of how one national forest supervisor understood the intricate connection between the grasslands and Cited by: 3.In response to the changing needs of society, land managers on the Bitterroot National Forest use the principles of multiple use and ecosystem management to develop their objectives.
Based on the sound principles of biological diversity and landscape management, the forest supports productive, healthy diverse ecosystems while providing the.