Proceedings of the Western Juniper Ecology and Management Workshop, Bend, Oregon, January 1977 by Western Juniper Ecology and Management Workshop Bend, Or. 1977

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in Portland, Or .

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SeriesUSDA Forest Service general technical report PNW ; 74, General technical report PNW -- 74
ContributionsPacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.), United States. Forest Service
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Pagination177 p. :
Number of Pages177
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Open LibraryOL15399388M

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The papers in this proceedings resulted from a conference held in Bend, Oregon, Januaryto summarize our knowledge of western juniper and to evaluate research needs. Many people have asked questions about its control, effect on range productivity, and its benefits.

The papers in this proceedings resulted from a conference held in Bend, Oregon, Januaryto summarize our knowledge of western juniper and to evaluate research needs.

Publication NotesCited by: 3. The papers in this proceedings resulted from a conference held in Bend, Oregon, Januaryto summarize our knowledge of western juniper and to evaluate research needs. Citation: Martin, Robert E.; Dealy, J. Edward; Caraher, David L.

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General Technical Report PNW, US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR (), pp. Herbst, J.R. Physical Properties and Commercial Uses of Western Juniper.

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Kozlik, C.J. Kiln-Drying of Western Juniper. Forest Products Journal. 26(8) BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY, AND MANAGEMENT OF WESTERN JUNIPER 1 Biology, Ecology, and Management of Western Juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) Richard F.

Miller Range ecologist, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon Jon D. Bates Range scientist, USDA–Agricultural Research Service. Get this from a library. Proceedings, Western Juniper Forum ' Bend, Oregon, Ap [Scott A Leavengood; Larry Swan; Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Who we are. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center (EOARC) is a cooperative research effort between Oregon State University and USDA-ARS (Agricultural Research Service) Proceedings of the Western Juniper Ecology and Management Workshop on rangeland ecology and restoration of wildlands, environmentally compatible livestock systems, forage crops, and alternative livestock systems in the sagebrush-steppe of the Great Basin and inland coniferous.

Table of Contents. Chapter 1 Environmental and Land Use Changes: A Long-term Perspective. Chapter 2 Environmental and Economic Tradeoffs Associated with Vegetation Management on the Edwards Plateau. Chapter 3 Biology, Ecology and Ecophysiology of Juniper.

Biology and ecology of redberry juniper. Estimating Ashe juniper leaf area from tree and stem characteristics. Eastern Oregon, western juniper’s dominance on eastern Oregon rangelands has increased significantly since (Azuma et al.

Azuma et al., () estimated that land occupied by western juniper has increased from million to million acres since the s. Proceedings: ecology and management of pinyon-juniper communities within the Interior West: Sustaining and restoring a diverse ecosystem; September ; Provo, UT. Proc. RMRS-P CORVALLIS, Ore.

– The spread of western juniper and invasive grasses are major threats to the health of the sagebrush-steppe ecosystem. A new study, Vegetation Response to Juniper Reduction and Grazing Exclusion in Sagebrush-Steppe Habitat in Eastern Oregon, published in the journal Rangeland Ecology and Management, finds that in areas already overrun by juniper and non-native grasses.

Parker, Douglas; Ziegler, Maurice. Values of western juniper products and a method estimating juniper cordwood. In: Proceedings--western juniper management short course; October ; Bend, OR.

Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University, Extension Service and Department of Rangeland Resources: p Sudworth, George B. Forest. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin Keywords bilogy, distribution, Ecology, hydrology, Management, restoration, western juniper, wildlife.

Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) is emblematic of central and eastern Oregon, where it thrives in the arid climate and extreme temperatures of the high addition to western juniper, two other junipers occur in Oregon: common juniper (Juniperus communis) and Rocky Mountain juniper (Junperus scopulorum).Characterized by grey-green branchlets, western juniper.

Ecology, management, and restoration of pinon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems: combined proceedings of the St. George, Utah and Albuquerque, New Mexico workshops. Proceedings RMRS-P Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

Interior cedar-hemlock-white pine forests: ecology and management: Symposium proceedings; March ; Spokane, WA. Pullman, WA: Washington State University, Department of Natural Resources: [] Ripple, William J.

Historic spatial patterns of old forests in western Oregon. Journal of Forestry. 92(11): []   Western juniper, Juniperus occidentalis, is invading grassland habitats in central and eastern Oregon.

This native species doesn’t fit our official definition of an invasive species—“nonnative organisms that cause economic or environmental harm” (ORS ) —but it is sure acting like one. Diagnostic Characteristics: Juniperus occidentalis is the diagnostic and typically dominant species of this woodland and savanna juniper species is largely restricted to the Columbia Plateau ecoregion.

Cercocarpus ledifolius may codominate some monophylla is not present in this region. The understory of stands included in this group is variable and ranges from perennial.

averages 31 cm. Average temperatures at Bend range from °C in July to – °C in January (Karl et al. Vegetation on HRRNA is classified as a Juniperus occidentalis/Artemisia tridentata/Carex filifolia (western juniper/big sagebrush/threadleaved sedge) community (Franklin & Dyrness ).

Foraging pressure is exerted. In: Proceedings of the Western Juniper Management Short Course, Bend, Oregon, OctoberOregon State University Extension Service and the Department of Rangeland Resource, Oregon State Universtiy, Corvallis, Oregon, pp.

Lent, Steve. Developing prescriptions for burning western juniper slash. In: Proceedings--western juniper management short course; October ; Bend, OR. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University, Extension Service and Department of Rangeland Resources: [] DEVELOPING ECOLOGICAL GUIDELINES FOR MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION OF WESTERN JUNIPER WOODLANDS' LE: Journal: History, Ecology, and Management: Pagination: 3: Keywords: Management, restoration, western juniper woodland: Full Text: PDF.

Google Scholar; Contact Info. College of Agricultural Sciences Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon. On 4 study sites in the climax western juniper (J.

occidentalis) stands of southwestern Idaho, fire-free intervals w 18, 8, and 11 years between the years and Moir [ 35 ] believed that Mexican pinyon (P. cembroides) stands in the Chisos Mountains of Texas could be maintained in a "natural" condition by fire occurring every.

Current: Proceedings: ecology and management of pinyon-juniper communities within the Interior West Proceedings: ecology and management of pinyon-juniper communities within the Interior West; September ; Provo, UT This article contains other documents.

View all titles contained within this article here. CORVALLIS, Ore. – The spread of western juniper and invasive grasses are major threats to the health of the sagebrush-steppe ecosystem. A new study, published in the journal Rangeland Ecology and Management, finds that in areas already overrun by juniper and non-native grasses, juniper reduction efforts alone aren’t going to be enough to restore the area, and that the.

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As trees increase in size and density, understory production is. Juniper and pinon woodlands have been expanding throughout the Intermountain West, USA since the late s. Although causal factors attributed to woodland expansion have been documented, data are lacking that describe the influence of topographic features on rates of development and structural attributes of expanding woodlands.

Ongoing research regarding the long-term paired watershed study in central Oregon was discussed during the OSU Range Field Day that focused on the ecology and hydrology of western juniper ecosystems.

Morning presentations by OSU researchers Carlos Ochoa, Phil Caruso, Tim Deboodt, and Michael Fisher (COCC) were followed by a guided tour to the. The economic and ecological benefits and control costs of western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis Hook) management on rangelands are evaluated using a discrete-time, dynamic economic model developed to depict 4 representative ranches in the John Day region of north-central Oregon.

The model's optimization criterion is to maximize the net present value of profits through decisions regarding. Bunting, Stephen C. Prescribed burning of live standing western juniper and post-burning succession. In: Proceedings--western juniper management short course; October ; Bend, OR.

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The goal is to lay to rest the myth of technology [ ]. Piñon–juniper is a major vegetation type in western North America. Effective management of these ecosystems has been hindered by inadequate understanding of 1) the variability in ecosystem structure and ecological processes that exists among the diverse combinations of piñons, junipers, and associated shrubs, herbs, and soil organisms; 2) the prehistoric and historic disturbance regimes.

Forest Ecology and Management Temporal effect of vegetation management on growth and wood quality of conifers in a western Oregon plantation.

MS Thesis. Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management, Oregon State University, Corvallis. p. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science. Reno, Nevada.planning for the future of juniper ridge Located in northeast Bend, Juniper Ridge is a acre industrial and business park that sits at the center of Central Oregon.

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