2 edition of Timber resource statistics for the Porcupine inventory unit of Alaska, 1978 found in the catalog.
Timber resource statistics for the Porcupine inventory unit of Alaska, 1978
Theodore S Setzer
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Statement||Theodore S. Setzer|
|Series||Resource bulletin PNW -- RB-141, Resource bulletin PNW -- 141|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Timber Resource Statistics for the Porcupine Inventory Unit of Alaska, Theodore S. Setzer United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Resource Bulletin PNW-RB February This file was created by scanning the printed publication.
Text errors identifiedAuthor: Theodore S. Setzer. Get this from a library. Timber resource statistics for the Porcupine inventory unit of Alaska, [Theodore S Setzer; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)].
By T.S. Setzer, Published on 01/01/ Title. Timber Resource Statistics for the Porcupine Inventory Unit of Alaska Usa Author: T.S.
Setzer. Timber resource statistics for the Willow block, Susitna River basin multiresource inventory unit, Alaska, Author: Theodore S Setzer ; Bert R Mead ; Gary L Carroll ; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.). Timber Resource Statistics for the Porcupine Inventory Unit of Alaska Usa Author: T.S.
Setzer. Keywords: Forest surveys, timber resources, statistics (forest), Alaska (interior). The inventory of the. timber resources in the Upper Yukon unit showed aboutcubic feet of growing stock volume onacres of timberland. A double sampling (two-phase) procedure was used to make estimates of area and : van Hees, W S Willem.
timber inventory of the Ketchikan. unit, Alaska. Timberland area is estimated at million acres ( ha), net growing stock volume at billion cubic feet ( million m3), and annual net growth and mortality at million cubic feet and million cubic Author: van Hees, W S Willem.
mortality statistics are presented from the timber resource inventory of the Sitka unit. Estimates for timberland totalacres ( ha) with a net growing stock volume of billion cubic feet (1 million m3).Author: Willem W.S.
Van Hees, Vernon J. LaBau. Timber resource statistics for the Upper Yukon Timber Inventory Unit, Alaska, [microform] / Willem Timber productivity of seven forest ecosystems in southeastern Alaska [microform] / Willem W.S.
van Hees; Timber resource statistics for the Ketchikan inventory unit, Alaska, [microform] / Willem W.S. Van. A porcupine has a home range, the size varies in depending on the area, (studies have shown home ranges varying from acres, to as much as 70 acres in others).
Porcupines they learn the denning sites and seasonal food resources in the area. If you are looking for a beautifully written book with wonderful photographs of Alaska, I highly recommend: Shopping for Porcupine: A Life in Alaska, by Seth Kanter. This book is part autobiography and part a historical portrait of Alaska and its people.
Seth Kanter was born in and spent most of his life in Northern Alaska.4/5. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations.
Under legislation proposed by Representative development costs, or where resource protection constraints exist. Of the potential yield of million board feet mentioned above, 53 percent While the timber industry in Southeast Alaska is m a state of uncertainty, one would expect the city of.
Keywords: Forest surveys, timber resources, statistics (forest), Alaska (south-central). Summary The south-central Alaska inventory unit covers approximately million : van Hees, W S Willem. Get this from a library. Timber resource statistics for the Sitka inventory unit, Alaska, [Willem W S Van Hees; Vernon J LaBau; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)].
The porcupine then fell from the birch tree and began bouncing off the spruce branches, headed straight for Sinnott. He clung to the tree and ducked. Fortunately, the spiny porcupine narrowly missed him by just a few feet.
Once it was on the ground, Coltrane scooped the porcupine into a net. “It worked out fine,” she said, laughing. Alaska Forest Resources & Practices Act. In addition to retention within riparian areas as required under the Forest Practices Act, trees will be retained at the edge of harvest units in order to provide wildlife habitat as recommended by the Kenai Area Plan.
Pre-Tongass Timber Act From when Alaska was purchased from Russia until the early s, the primary use of timber in Southeast Alaska was by the mining and fishing industries. Every significant mine in the region logged one or more hillsides to provide lumber and timber for the Size: 56KB.
Get this from a library. Timber resource statistics for the Ketchikan inventory unit, Alaska, [Willem W S Van Hees; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)].
Theodore S Setzer has written: 'Utah timber production and mill residues, ' -- subject(s): Timber 'Timber resource statistics for the Porcupine inventory unit of Alaska, ' -- subject(s. Over the Counter Timber Sales are sales that have been offered at auction and were not purchased.
To purchase an Over the Counter Sale: 1. Prospective purchaser must have a valid Alaska Business license. 2. Prospective purchaser will put down a bid deposit of 10% of the final sale price. 3. The State will post the bid for 7 days. 4.timber. There are, however, few substitutes for wood inJapan, the main consumer of Alaskan timber.
The tight grained, old growth spruce is used for. October, Alaska Economic Trends. I. Employment in the timber industry fell sharply from a high in throughlosing one-third ofits employment. Figure 1. Forest Product Exports File Size: 1MB.State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
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