Silviculture: The Next Thirty Years, The Past Thirty Years, Part VI. The Rocky MountainsJournal of Forestry (1986)
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.
Citation InformationJames 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
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