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Title

Site preparation strategies for artificial regeneration: can prescribed burning fill the bill?
Document Type: Conference Paper
Author(s): Russell T. Graham; Alan E. Harvey; Martin F. Jurgensen
Editor(s): D. M. Baumgartner; D. W. Breuer; B. A. Zamora
Publication Year: 1989

Cataloging Information

Keyword(s):
  • artificial regeneration
  • broadcast burning
  • calcium
  • copper
  • disturbance
  • fire exclusion
  • fire injuries (plants)
  • fire intensity
  • fire management
  • forbs
  • fuel loading
  • grasses
  • Idaho
  • K - potassium
  • light
  • litter
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • mineral soils
  • Montana
  • nitrogen
  • nutrients
  • nutrition
  • organic matter
  • phosphorus
  • Picea abies
  • Picea engelmannii
  • pine hardwood forests
  • Pinus monticola
  • Pinus sylvestris
  • plant growth
  • post fire recovery
  • range management
  • regeneration
  • S - sulfur
  • seedlings
  • site treatments
  • soil management
  • soil nutrients
  • soil organic matter
  • stand characteristics
  • statistical analysis
  • temperature
  • Tsuga heterophylla
  • vegetation surveys
  • Washington
  • water
  • wildlife
  • zinc
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Record Last Modified: May 9, 2019
FRAMES Record Number: 40466
Tall Timbers Record Number: 15225
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TTRS Abstract Status: Fair use, Okay, Reproduced by permission

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Citation:
Graham, R. T., A. E. Harvey, and M. F. Jurgensen. 1989. Site preparation strategies for artificial regeneration: can prescribed burning fill the bill?, in DM Baumgartner, DW Breuer, and BA Zamora eds., Prescribed fire in the intermountain region: forest site preparation and range improvement: symposium proceedings. [Pullman, WA], [Washington State University, Cooperative Extension], p. 83-89.