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CREATOR:Chris MaserüRobert F. Tarrant
REMARKS:ABSTRACT: Large, fallen trees in various stages of decay constribute much-needed diversity of ecological processes to terrestial, aquatic, estuarine, coastal beach, and open ocean habitats in the Pacific Northwest. Intensive utilization and management ca deprive these habitats of large, fallen trees. This publication presents sound information for managers making resource managedment decisions on the impact of this loss on habitat diversity and on ecological processes that have an impact on long-term ecosystem productivity.
|Title||From the Forest to the Sea :, A Story of Fallen Trees /, (General Technical Report PNW-GTR-229)|
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