Browsing Watershed Analysis Reports by Subject "Watershed management -- Umatilla National Forest (Or. and Wash.)"


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  • Walla Walla Ranger District (Wash.) (2001-10)
    Vegetation analysis considers various treatment recommendations, including salvage of dead trees, planting, thinning, improvement cutting in stands where the early-seral species still exist, forest regeneration on dry-forest ...
  • Heppner Ranger District (Or.); North Fork John Day Ranger District (Or.) (2004-12)
    Provides analysis of historic and current physical and biological conditions of the watershed. Hydrology concerns include maintaining and improving adequate water supplies, maintaining and restoring water quality, and ...
  • Pomeroy Ranger District (Or. and Wash.) (2002-08)
    Provides analysis of Umatilla National Forest lands within the watershed, characterizing the historic and current biotic and abiotic conditions. Findings include a declining vegetation diversity, 55% of the upland forest ...
  • Umatilla National Forest (Agency : U.S.); Powell, David C. (2001-04)
    Ecosystem analysis finds the watersheds are a critical source of relatively cool water for the entire Umatilla Subbasin, the Umatilla River and Meacham Creek provide some areas of relatively high quality conditions for ...

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