Big Marsh late successional reserves

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Title: Big Marsh late successional reserves
Author: Crescent Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Assessment addresses three LSRs within the Big Marsh Watershed : Crescent, Lower Big Marsh,and Upper Big Marsh, providing background, key questions and management strategies. Description of current conditions (forest structure, composition, vegetation patterns and fire-caused mortality projection) provide a framework for identification, design and prioritization of treatments. The three LSRs are comprised of seven plant association groups (dry lodgepole pine, wet lodgepole pine, mixed conifer dry, mixed conifer wet, mountain hemlock, riparian, and rock).
Description: 111 pp. Tables, maps, figures, appendices, references. The Big Marsh Watershed, located south and west of the Davis LSR, is a narrow strip boarding the Diamond Peak wilderness area and consists of three LSRs: Crescent (604 acres), Upper Big Marsh (3250 acres), and Lower Big Marsh (1197 acres). Captured May 14, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7214
Date: 1997-10


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