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Habitat composition and spatial response of white-tailed deer to forestry treatments in moose range, Grand Portage Indian Reservation, Minnesota
Moose (Alces alces L.) have long been an important subsistence species are of great cultural value to the Ojibwe peoples. White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Z.) have been implicated in negatively impacting ecosystems ...
Potential factors that influence the silvicultural status of a stand based on its silvicultural background
The silvicultural effectiveness monitoring program is important in determining the silvicultural status of a stand. Each stand can be classified as being a silvicultural success (SS), regeneration success (RS), or not ...
A review of the biological significance of coarse woody debris in forest ecosystems and its positive impact on forest characteristics
Coarse Woody Debris (CWD) is considered any woody decay that has fallen on the forest floor. This important piece of forest ecology has a large influence on a variety of forest characteristics. This thesis first evaluates ...