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Effects of Forest Management on Wildlife Use of Early Seral Habitats Joan Hagar USGS-FRESC
Early Seral = Seedling Conifers?
Following Natural Disturbance... Structure –Legacy trees and snags –Open (low tree density) –Large wood Composition –Herbs and Grasses –Shrubs –Hardwoods Bob Altman
Residual trees and snags Matt Lee D. Vesely
D. Vesely Early Seral Habitat for Reptiles Basking Prey
Dead Wood as Refugia D. Vesely
Food Resources Foliage Nectar Fruits Seeds
Arthropods Insect diversity correlated with plant diversity Deciduous species support more insects Influence of deciduous litter on soil food webs?
Consequences of reduced temporal span of early seral habitats Limit on shrub size and age Shortens duration of shrubby habitat Reduced persistence of shrubs into mid- aged forests
Effects of Conifer-centric Forest Management on Early Seral Habitat Fewer residual structures Altered vegetation composition –Alters patterns of food abundance –Reduces diversity of food resources –Alters food webs Reduced temporal span
30 Year Trend for Swainsons Thrush from Tillamook S.F. BBS Route
Key Features of Early Seral Habitats for Wildlife Joan Hagar USGS-FRESC Matt Lee.
Young Stand Thinning & Diversity Study: Songbird Response Joan Hagar USGS – Forest & Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center.
Can we emulate early seral forest through silviculture? Klaus J. Puettmann Edmund Hayes Professor in Siviculture Alternatives Adrian Ares Research Associate.
If You Build It Will They Come? Associations Between Birds and Vegetation Structure During Ten Years After Thinning Sveta Yegorova, Drs. Matt Betts, Joan.
Bug Communities and Forest Structure Modification Andy Moldenke Carolyn Ver Linden.
Flying Squirrel Response to Thinning in the Oregon Cascades Tom Manning 1, Joan Hagar 2, Brenda McComb 1 1 OSU - Forest Ecosystems and Society 2 USGS –
Habitat Use and Ecology of the Northern Flying Squirrel Todd M. Wilson USFS, PNW Research Station.
What are the components of high quality early seral forests? Cheryl Friesen, Science Liaison, Willamette NF (presenter) and and Brenda McComb, Professor,
Riparian Thinning Logic Jack Sleeper - Siuslaw National Forest March 20, 2008.
Historical Creation of Early Seral Habitat: Fire, Wind, Bugs … Fred Swanson USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station.
Ecological Succession: Be able to describe the process of primary and secondary succession in a named habitat. Environmental Systems.
2010 ECOLOGY (B&C) KAREN LANCOUR National Bio Rules Committee Chairman
Chapter 8: Community Ecology Land and Water Use. II. The Living World (10-15%) 1. *Ecosystem Structure (Biological populations and communities; ecological.
The Ecology Core Dataset: Information to Support Effective Management in the Pacific Northwest The Ecology Core Dataset: Information to Support Effective.
Chapter 6 The Human Population and Its Impact. Case Study New England Forests Come Full Circle 1.Describe the temperate forest as seen by the Pilgrims.
Verne Farrell, Silviculturist Olympic National Forest 437 Tillicum Lane Forks, WA Railsiding Understory Thin Non-commercial.
G2: Ecosystems & Biomes (4 hours). G.2.1 Define gross production Total amount of energy trapped in organic matter produced by plants per area per time.
The Central Washington Landscape Assessment (CWLA) project update and discussion.
Deer and Elk: Iconic Early Seral Wildlife History Habitat Use Characteristics Representative of other species needs? Photo by Brian Wolfer.
Objective Interpret wildlife management practices as related to good environmental management.
Region 6 White-headed Woodpecker Monitoring 2011.
Big Game and Early Seral Habitat Doug Cottam Herman Biederbeck Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
BiomesSection 2 Section 2: Forest Biomes Preview Bellringer Objectives Forest Biomes Tropical Rain Forests Nutrients in Tropical Rain Forests Layers of.
BiomesSection 1 Chapter 6: Biomes Section 1: What is a Biome?
CENTRAL CASCADES ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIP An intersection of state and federal organizations, sharing and focusing science and management resources.
Biological Communities Chapter How Organisms Interact in Communities Objectives Identify the distinguishing features of symbiotic relationships.
Temporal and Spatial Invasion. Time Generation and ‘a half’ Field invasion Large fires First generation poor wood quality – “wolf trees”
Community Distribution. Homeostasis in Communities Changing with the Environment Changing with the Environment Ecosystems are always changing. Ecosystems.
Vocabulary terms to know vocabulary terms to know 1.Biome 2.Climate 3.Latitude 4.Altitude 5.Permafrost 6.Epiphyte 7. Understory 8. Canopy 9. Emergent Layer.
Ecology of and Habitat Management for the Dusky-Footed and Bushy- Tailed Woodrat Presented by Jim Heaney Wildlife Biologist Coos Bay District BLM.
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