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Study projects effects of forest management in Oregon's Coast Range

eveloped in a largely uncoordinated manner, leading to less-than efficient production of some forest values, such as timber and fish, in the region.
  • The area of diverse early-successional and hardwood forest is expected to strongly decline in the Coast Range as federal lands concentrate on producing old-growth forests and private industrial lands focus on intensive forest management. Declines in plant and animal populations may occur as a result.

    "The greatest benefit of CLAMS may be its ability to change how people think about forests, which may ultimately lead to better understanding and a more effective mix of forest values," Reeves said.

    Several land management agencies have adopted CLAMS models and techniques to improve their ability to understand the effects of management on the production of forest goods and services.


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  • Contact: Sherri Richardson Dodge
    srichardsondodge@fs.fed.us
    503-808-2137
    USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
    17-Apr-2007


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