CHANGED SOUTHWEST FORESTS: RESOURCE EFFECTS AND MANAGENENT REMEDIES
LOS EFECTOS EN EL RECURSO Y EL MANEJO RECOMENDADO PARA LOS BOSQUES DEL SURESTE AFECTADOS POR LA COLONIZACIÓN
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Over 150 years of occupancy by northern Europeans has markedly changed vegetative conditions in the Southwest. Less fire due to grazing and fire suppression triggered a shift to forests with very high tree densities, which in turn contributed to destructive forest tires. Options to deal with these changes include prescribed fire, thinning and timber harvest to mimic natural disturbances and conditions. However, there are barriers to implementing these activities on a scale large enough to have a significant benefit.
Keyworks: Change forests, resource effects, forest managemente.
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& Johnson, M. (2000). LOS EFECTOS EN EL RECURSO Y EL MANEJO RECOMENDADO PARA LOS BOSQUES DEL SURESTE AFECTADOS POR LA COLONIZACIÓN. , VI(1), 71-77. http://dx.doi.org/