Cache late successional reserve: LSR assessment

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Title: Cache late successional reserve: LSR assessment
Author: Sisters Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Strategic document addresses the ecological significance of eastern Cascade disturbance regimes and the need to provide late-successional habitat conditions for species such as the northern spotted owl. The assessment identifies management activities needed to: (1) reduce the risk of habitat loss from catastrophic disturbances such as fire, insects, and disease, and (2) sustain late-successional habitats whether the goal is to provide fire or climatic late-successional conditions. Also examines current activities, providing recommendations for maintaininng, restricting or eliminating them.
Description: 271 pp. Tables, maps, appendices. The Reserve comprises the north half of the Cache/Trout LSR, encompassing 17,145 acres within the Eastern Oregon Cascade Physiographic Province, northwest of Sisters. Captured May 14, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7227
Date: 2000-05-30


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