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A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona

by J.P. Hanks

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecology,
  • Forests

  • Edition Notes

    Includes references.

    Other titlesA habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona [Pinus ponderosa scopulorum, ecology, forest management implications].
    ContributionsFitzhugh, E.L., Hanks, S.R.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25656729M

    used radiotelemetry to locate roosts of 8 species of bats in 2 study areas on the Coconino National Forest (CNF), northern Arizona, during Only pregnant or lactating bats were examined in the study. Ninety-seven (80%) roosts were in ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) snags. Snags used by bats were larger in diameter. A classification of spruce-fir and mixed conifer habitat types of Arizona and New Mexico. Res. Pap. RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 47 p. Neiman, K. E., Jr. Soil discriminant functions for six habitat types in northern Idaho.

    A land classification system based upon potentially climax natural vegetation has been developed for the forests of northern Idaho. The system is based on reconnaissance and detailed sampling of approximately 1, stands. The habitat type concept of Daubenmire is used to construct a hierarchi-cal taxonomic classification of forest sites. A total of eightFile Size: 9MB. Ponderosa pine associations are intermixed on refuge uplands with both steppe and soil- infuenced climax plant associations. The single most defining ecological process in pre-settlement ponderosa pine forest in the west was a natural disturbance regime consisting of frequent, low intensity ground fires that shaped the age and size structure of.

      Ponderosa pine forests provide important habitat for a wide range of species such as Abert's Squirrels, Red-tailed Hawks, and Western Bluebirds to name just a few. Beautiful wildflowers bloom with the added moisture found in the Ponderosa Pine Forest. Arizona Mountains forests The Arizona Mountain Forest extends from the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona to south of the Mogollon Plateau into portions of southwestern Mexico and eastern Arizona. This area consists mainly of steep foothills and mountains, but includes some deeply dissected high plateaus (Bailey ).


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A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona by J.P. Hanks Download PDF EPUB FB2

A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona Author: Jess P Hanks ; E Lee Fitzhugh ; Sharon R Hanks ; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins.

A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Ex­ periment Station.

22 p. Hansen, Paul L.; Hoffman, George R. The vegeta­ tion of the Grand River/Cedar River, Sioux, andAuthor: Robert R. Alexander. RM-GTR A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of Northern Arizona. RM-GTR A floristic inventory of the plant communities of the San Francisco Peaks Research Natural Area.

RM-GTR Monetary valuation of timber, forage, and water yields from public forest lands. A classification of forest habitat types: southern Arizona and portions of the Colorado Plateau. RM-GTR Fort Collins, CO: U.S.

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - A classification of forest habitat types of the southern Arizona and portions of the Colorado Plateau / VL - no Comparing Classification Systems for Ponderosa Pine Snags in Northern Arizona Article (PDF Available) in Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(4) October with 35 Reads.

Composition-- The ponderosa pine habitat includes pure stands of ponderosa pine as well as stands of mixed species in which at least 50% of the canopy area is ponderosa pine. Associated species vary depending on location in the state and site conditions.

We present five planting trials conducted as part of restoration projects in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests in order to assess survival of 11 species and the influence of various microsites created by restoration activities.

A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. USDA Forest Service. The age structure inthe last year of the natural frequent-fire regime, of an unharvested ponderosa pine forest in northern Arizona was reconstructed from living and dead dendrochronological.

Study area and data. The ponderosa pine forests in northern Arizona are prone to catastrophic wildfire because the abundance of small-diameter trees act as ladder fuels for ground-fires to climb into tree canopies, resulting in devastating crown-fires (Covington and Moore,Covington et al.,Fulé et al., ).The high-density structure of these forests is uncharacteristic of Cited by: Ponderosa pine habitats are important for wildlife that prefer open, dry forests.

In addition to the white-headed woodpeckers, other Strategy Species associated with ponderosa pine habitats include flammulated owl, Lewis’ woodpecker, and several bats. Limiting factors to Ponderosa Pine woodlands. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colo.[In press].

Banks, Jess P., E. Lee Fitzhugh, and Sharon R Hanks. A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM, 22 p.

Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Sta­Cited by: 2. A habitat type classification system for ponder- osa pine forests of northern Arizona. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM, 22 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colo.

Heidmann, L. Fertilization increases cone pro- duction in a year-old ponderosa pine stand in cen- tral Arizona. Ponderosa is the first of its kind to provide an introduction to the natural and human histories of the ponderosa pine forests of the Southwest that is accessible to all who wish to enjoy the forests.

The book offers knowledge on elemental aspects of the forests, such as the structure of the trees, as well as theoretical perspectives on issues.

Tree stems 2 yr old (i.e., established before significant European influence in this area) in a ha old-growth ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) forest in northern Arizona were aged and mapped.

Estimates of site potential for ponderosa pine based on site index for several southwestern habitat types Robert L. Mathiasen Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona Elizabeth A. Blake Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona Carleton B. Edminster USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Cited by: 6.

Hanks JP, Fitzhugh EL, Hanks SR () A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Technical Report RM, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO Google ScholarAuthor: John L.

Vankat. Field Guide for Multiresource Management of southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Published by USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Albuquerque, NM, p.

Book. in each bundle. Various pine species are very well suited to environments from the low deserts to the mountains.

They are tolerant of many types of soils and temperature ranges, and are relatively pest free. A pine tree is a classic form for many home landscapes. The benefit of a pine is obvious: it is a beautiful evergreen tree that.

Habitat Selection by Mexican Spotted Owls in Northern Arizona in virgin mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) forests, and less than expected in managed forests. in northern. A habitat type classification system for ponderosa pine forests of northern Arizona / Jess P.

Hanks, E. Lee Fitzhugh, and Sharon R. Hanks. By Jess P. Hanks. Abstract. 22 p. Topics: Ponderosa pine Author: Jess P. Hanks. Aim: We developed an ecosystem classification within a ,ha Arizona Pinus ponderosa P.

& C. Lawson (ponderosa pine) landscape to support ecological restoration of these by: Ponderosa pine forests typically occur at low- to mid-elevations (, m [2, ft]), often representing the first forest zone above lower elevation grasslands and sagebrush.

Ponderosa pine forests, especially those at lower elevations, historically burned naturally at regular intervals of years.

This promoted an open, uneven-aged.