EM8980 - Managing Insects and Diseases of Oregon Conifers
Tree Growth, Forest Management and Their Implications for Wood Quality
Forest Landowners Tax Tips for 2007
The role of vegetation management for enhancing productivity of the world’s forests.
& pine foliage nutrient responses 15 yrs after competing-vegetation
control & their correlation with growth for 13 loblolly pine
plantations in the southern United States.
& development of ponderosa pine on sites of contrasting
productivities: relative importance of stand density & shrub
Twelfth-yr response of Douglas-fir to area of weed control & herbaceous versus woody weed control treatments.
period of interspecific competition for four northern conifers:10-yr
growth response & associated vegetation dynamics.
Synergistic stem volume response to combinations of vegetation control & seedling size in conifer plantations in Oregon.
Klamath Falls Workshop Handouts
Effects of Stocking Level Control
Examples of Mortality and Reduced Annual Increments of White Fir
Stocking Levels and Underlying Assumption for Unevend-Aged Ponderosa Pine Stands
Suggested Stocking Levels for Forest Stands in Northeastern Oregon and Southeastern Washington
Multiaged Stands ID
Greg Filip contact info
Thinning Alternatives for Ponderosa Pine; Tools & Strategies for Family Forest Owners
Density Management Diagram for Even-aged Ponderosa Pine Stands
Management of Lodgepole Pine Stand Density to Reduce Susceptibility to Mountain Pine Beetle Attack
Stocking Levels for Forest Stands in Northeastern Oregon and
Southeastern Washington: An Implementation Guide for the Umatilla