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Silviculture: The Next Thirty Years, The Past Thirty Years, Part VI. The Rocky Mountains
Journal of Forestry (1986)
  • James N. Long, Utah State University
  • Frederick W Smith
  • Richard L Bassett
  • John R. Olson, DePaul University
Abstract
As resource management evolves and matures in the Rocky Mountain region, organizations will need a mechanism for arbitrating mutually exclusive objectives. Decision-makers are recognizing that the framework for resource planning and management is neither the stand nor the forest, but a more workable unit such as the watershed. In the future, informed specialists will remain advocates for their particular resources but will no longer attempt to dictate silvicultural prescriptions.  
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Publication Date
1986
Citation Information
James N. Long, Frederick W Smith, Richard L Bassett and John R. Olson. "Silviculture: The Next Thirty Years, The Past Thirty Years, Part VI. The Rocky Mountains" Journal of Forestry Vol. 84 Iss. 9 (1986) p. 43 - 49
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jameslong/193/