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The Resource Technical guide to forest wildlife habitat management in New England, Richard M. DeGraaf [and others]

Technical guide to forest wildlife habitat management in New England, Richard M. DeGraaf [and others]

Label
Technical guide to forest wildlife habitat management in New England
Title
Technical guide to forest wildlife habitat management in New England
Statement of responsibility
Richard M. DeGraaf [and others]
Title variation
Forest wildlife habitat management in New England
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"In conjunction with the authors' companion book, Landowner's Guide to Wildlife Habitat: Forest Management for the New England Region, this comprehensive new professional guide will encourage and facilitate cooperative active land management by landowners and professionals united in their mission to preserve New England's precious wildlife heritage."--Jacket
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
639.9/20974
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
QL84.22.N47
LC item number
T43 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
DeGraaf, Richard M
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Wildlife habitat improvement
  • Forest management
  • Wildlife management
Label
Technical guide to forest wildlife habitat management in New England, Richard M. DeGraaf [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [293]-300) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Spruce-fir forest region
  • Northern hardwoods-spruce forest region
  • Northern hardwoods forest region
  • Transition hardwoods-white pine forest region
  • Central hardwoods-hemlock-white pine forest region
  • Pitch pine-oak forest region
  • 1.
  • Understanding wildlife habitats
  • Wildlife habitat
  • Food
  • Preface
  • Water
  • Cover
  • Spatial relationships
  • Critically needed habitats
  • Habitat structure
  • Horizontal diversity
  • Vertical diversity
  • Area
  • Other factors affecting wildlife distribution
  • Community organization and structure
  • Acknowledgments
  • Management objectives
  • 2.
  • Inventory and prescription
  • Assessment of habitat management opportunities
  • Inventory
  • Prescription key
  • Habitat opportunity class 1
  • Habitat opportunity class 2
  • Habitat opportunity class 3
  • Habitat opportunity class 4
  • Introduction
  • Prescription key recommendations
  • Working with private landowners
  • Historical perspective
  • Forest disturbance
  • Forest fragmentation
  • Invasive plants
  • Forest regions
  • Partial overstory canopy conditions
  • Closed overstory canopy conditions
  • Overstory inclusions
  • Tree boles
  • Midstory layer
  • Shrub layer
  • Wetland shrub layer
  • Minimal to partial ground cover
  • Dense ground cover
  • Wetland ground cover and temporary pools
  • 3.
  • Waterside logs
  • Rocky forest floor
  • Dead and down material
  • Forest litter and moss
  • Subterranean habitats
  • Seeps
  • Gravel pits and bare ground
  • Woods roads
  • Slashpiles
  • Hard mast
  • Habitat relationships
  • Soft mast or fruit
  • Special requirements
  • Habitat-breadth combinations
  • Size-class combinations
  • Structural habitat features
  • High exposed perches
  • Low exposed perches
  • Open overstory canopy conditions
  • Northern hardwoods types
  • Sugar maple/ash
  • Beech/birch/maple
  • Beech/red maple
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Swamp hardwoods type
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Spruce-fir types
  • 4.
  • Primary sites
  • Secondary sites
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Eastern hemlock type
  • Primary sites
  • Secondary sites
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Oak-pine types
  • Silvicultural methods
  • Oak-pine
  • Pitch pine
  • Mixed oak-hardwood
  • Old-field pine
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • 5.
  • Nonforested habitats
  • Upland nonforested habitats
  • Cultivated fields
  • Aspen-birch types
  • Grassy openings
  • Forb openings
  • Shrub openings
  • Pasture
  • Savanna
  • Orchards
  • Krummholz and alpine zones
  • Wetland nonforested habitats
  • Sedge meadows
  • Shallow marshes
  • Dry-site Aspen-birch
  • Deep marshes
  • Shrub swamps
  • Bogs
  • Ponds
  • Wet-site Aspen-birch
  • Mesic Aspen-birch
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Structures
  • Derelict buildings, debris
  • 6.
  • Summary
  • Appendixes
  • Using appendixes A, B, C. and D
  • Appendix A : Species occurrence and utilization, by forested habitat
  • Appendix B : Species occurrence and utilization, by nonforested habitat
  • Appendix C : Species occurrence and utilization, by size class, home range area, and habitat breadth
  • Appendix D : Species occurrence and utilization, by habitat breadth for structural habitat features typically provided through forest vegetation management
  • Deepwater habitats
  • References
  • Index
  • Lakes
  • Streams
  • Rivers
  • Other nonforested habitat types
  • Stable banks
  • Ledge/cliff
  • Cave, mine
Control code
70483485
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xiii, 305 pages
Isbn
9781584655879
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2006023177
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)70483485
Label
Technical guide to forest wildlife habitat management in New England, Richard M. DeGraaf [and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [293]-300) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Spruce-fir forest region
  • Northern hardwoods-spruce forest region
  • Northern hardwoods forest region
  • Transition hardwoods-white pine forest region
  • Central hardwoods-hemlock-white pine forest region
  • Pitch pine-oak forest region
  • 1.
  • Understanding wildlife habitats
  • Wildlife habitat
  • Food
  • Preface
  • Water
  • Cover
  • Spatial relationships
  • Critically needed habitats
  • Habitat structure
  • Horizontal diversity
  • Vertical diversity
  • Area
  • Other factors affecting wildlife distribution
  • Community organization and structure
  • Acknowledgments
  • Management objectives
  • 2.
  • Inventory and prescription
  • Assessment of habitat management opportunities
  • Inventory
  • Prescription key
  • Habitat opportunity class 1
  • Habitat opportunity class 2
  • Habitat opportunity class 3
  • Habitat opportunity class 4
  • Introduction
  • Prescription key recommendations
  • Working with private landowners
  • Historical perspective
  • Forest disturbance
  • Forest fragmentation
  • Invasive plants
  • Forest regions
  • Partial overstory canopy conditions
  • Closed overstory canopy conditions
  • Overstory inclusions
  • Tree boles
  • Midstory layer
  • Shrub layer
  • Wetland shrub layer
  • Minimal to partial ground cover
  • Dense ground cover
  • Wetland ground cover and temporary pools
  • 3.
  • Waterside logs
  • Rocky forest floor
  • Dead and down material
  • Forest litter and moss
  • Subterranean habitats
  • Seeps
  • Gravel pits and bare ground
  • Woods roads
  • Slashpiles
  • Hard mast
  • Habitat relationships
  • Soft mast or fruit
  • Special requirements
  • Habitat-breadth combinations
  • Size-class combinations
  • Structural habitat features
  • High exposed perches
  • Low exposed perches
  • Open overstory canopy conditions
  • Northern hardwoods types
  • Sugar maple/ash
  • Beech/birch/maple
  • Beech/red maple
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Swamp hardwoods type
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Spruce-fir types
  • 4.
  • Primary sites
  • Secondary sites
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Eastern hemlock type
  • Primary sites
  • Secondary sites
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Oak-pine types
  • Silvicultural methods
  • Oak-pine
  • Pitch pine
  • Mixed oak-hardwood
  • Old-field pine
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • 5.
  • Nonforested habitats
  • Upland nonforested habitats
  • Cultivated fields
  • Aspen-birch types
  • Grassy openings
  • Forb openings
  • Shrub openings
  • Pasture
  • Savanna
  • Orchards
  • Krummholz and alpine zones
  • Wetland nonforested habitats
  • Sedge meadows
  • Shallow marshes
  • Dry-site Aspen-birch
  • Deep marshes
  • Shrub swamps
  • Bogs
  • Ponds
  • Wet-site Aspen-birch
  • Mesic Aspen-birch
  • Succession
  • Silvicultural treatments
  • Structures
  • Derelict buildings, debris
  • 6.
  • Summary
  • Appendixes
  • Using appendixes A, B, C. and D
  • Appendix A : Species occurrence and utilization, by forested habitat
  • Appendix B : Species occurrence and utilization, by nonforested habitat
  • Appendix C : Species occurrence and utilization, by size class, home range area, and habitat breadth
  • Appendix D : Species occurrence and utilization, by habitat breadth for structural habitat features typically provided through forest vegetation management
  • Deepwater habitats
  • References
  • Index
  • Lakes
  • Streams
  • Rivers
  • Other nonforested habitat types
  • Stable banks
  • Ledge/cliff
  • Cave, mine
Control code
70483485
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xiii, 305 pages
Isbn
9781584655879
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2006023177
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)70483485

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