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Forest statistics for land outside national forests in western Montana, 1989

Roger C Conner

Forest statistics for land outside national forests in western Montana, 1989

by Roger C Conner

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, UT (324 25th St., Ogden 84401) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest reserves -- Montana -- Statistics,
  • Forest landowners -- Montana -- Statistics,
  • Forests and forestry -- Montana -- Statistics,
  • Timber -- Montana -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRoger C. Conner, Renee A. O"Brien
    SeriesResource bulletin INT -- 74
    ContributionsO"Brien, Renee, Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. : ill., maps ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13613641M

      Historic land deal in the forests of Washington and Montana The Nature Conservancy. of forests, rivers and wildlife habitat in Montana and Washington states. Olympic National Forest. The U.S. National Forest Campground Guide - Camping Near Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, describes 75 such campgrounds within 75 miles, in seven national forests and in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. With rare exceptions, all of the campgrounds were personally visited and researched by the authors of this Guide.

    The controversial management of fire in the national forests of Idaho and western Montana Article in Revue de géographie alpine February with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Nicolas Barbier.   Montana’s Gallatin National Forest, which encompasses million acres, shares its borders with Yellowstone Park. The world’s largest thermal basin has produced fault lines that run through the Gallatin, resulting in places like Earthquake Lake, formed by a quake that registered on the Richter scale.

    In Idaho and Montana just like in the rest of the U.S. Rocky Mountains, a part of the population wants to settle near forests perceived as environmental amenities. The regional net migration has been positive for about twenty-five years. Wildfires with variable intensity regularly destroy properties. Some of them kill people. Regionally, they are an important human, economic, Author: Nicolas Barbier. National Forests W hile living and working in Montana, Chi-nese oftentimes found opportunity on the lands now managed by the United States Forest Service. Many areas on the National Forests were once prime mining territory, and the Chi-nese, along with other groups, patiently worked to glean small pieces of gold from Montana’s creeks and streams.


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Forest statistics for land outside national forests in western Montana, 1989 by Roger C Conner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Forest statistics for land outside national forests in western Montana, / Related Titles. Series: Resource bulletin INT ; 74 By. Conner, Roger C. O'Brien, Renee. Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah) Type. Book Material. Published material. Forest statistics for land outside national forests in western Montana, by Conner, Roger C ; O'Brien, Renee ; Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)Pages: Forest statistics for land outside national forests in western Montana, Ogden, UT ( 25th St., Ogden ): U.S.

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Conner, Roger : Dennis C. Collins, Roger C. Conner. Forest statistics for land outside national forests in eastern Montana, Forest statistics for land outside national forests in eastern Montana, by O'Brien, Renee; Conner, This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Pages: National Forests are federally owned and managed. Unlike designated Wilderness and National Parks, these areas allow for commercial use, including timber harvesting, livestock grazing, water, wildlife, and recreation. National Forests in Montana make up million acres and support about percent of Montana’s annual water supply.

Based on the U.S. Board on Geographic Names, there are at least 20 named National and State Forests in addition to currently named forests, there are at least 22 former named forests that have been consolidated into current forest lands.

National Forests are administered by the United States Forest Service, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture. Under the management of the U.S.

Forest Service, this system of public lands encompasses million acres of mountains, prairies, rivers, and canyons—much of it undiscovered, but accessible for hiking, kayaking, fishing, and winter ally published with the U.S. Forest Service, this book features the thirty most notable national /5(12).

With so much going for a book like this, and especially considering what a disaster the last survey of California National Forests was (the entirely forgettable Recreational Guide to California National Forests), one would think it would merit high marks. But unfortunately the "guide" portion of this book is simply riddled with the most basic Cited by: 1.

Pages in category "National Forests of Montana" The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Bitterroot National Forest Half of the Bitterroot National Forest in southwest Montana and Idaho is dedicated to the largest expanse of continuous wilderness in the lower 48 states -- the Selway Bitterroot, Frank Church River of No Return, and the Anaconda Pintler.

The Montana National Forest Growth and Mortality rate is billion board feet per year which is equal to truckloads a day. In comparison, small, independent mills use only truckloads a day.

The following table summarizes the breakdown of the forested land base, what percentage is harvested, and by the type of ownership. Acreage Statistics for Region 1 Montana National Forests: Interior West Resource Inventory, Monitoring, and Evaluation (IWFIA) Program: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, Utah: This reference relates to Region 1 Montana National Forest inventories conducted from to Administered: Proclaimed: Pub.

The State of Montana is investing in 25 Forest Service projects across the state, benefiting each National Forest and 14 counties. These projects are bolstering restoration outcomes on overacres of forested land, improving recreational opportunities, providing approximately million board feet of timber to Montana’s mills and.

summary of such fuel for western Montana forests based on 6 years of Forest Service forestwide inventories on the Bitterroot, Flathead, Kootenai, and Lolo National Forests.

These inventories were conducted for timber management fuel accumulations. Fuel loads and duff depths are pre- sented in table 6 for seven different habitat type groupsFile Size: 3MB.

Northwest Montana, MT Come and experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude.

Range Extent. Score G - , km squared (ab, square miles). Commentsquare Kilometers from Natural Heritage Program range maps. Short-term Trend. Score F - Increasing. Increase of >10% in population, range, area occupied, and/or number or condition of occurrences.

Comment Popoulations are generally stable to increasing. “Views from the National Forests” is a leather-bound photo album in the archival collections of the Forest History Society. Produced in the mids by the U.S. Forest Service for placement on commercial railways, it contains 36 images dating – with captions addressing such topics as recreation, wildlife, reforestation, timber management and use, fire control, forage.

These craggy peaks are the heart of the million-acre Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest (UWC). Stretching north for 90 miles from Salt Lake City to the Utah-Idaho border and south 50 miles from Salt Lake before shifting northeast to the border of Wyoming, the UWC is an immense and awe-inspiring backyard for the million residents who live in its shadows.

Forest: Miles from Fishlake National Forest (Asking $7, Or Best Offer. If you have additional questions contact me. If you have additional questions contact me. I am the owner. As of Julyinitial research of all U.S.

national forests and their eligible campgrounds was completed. The U.S. National Forest Campground Guides displayed below are separated by Forest Service Region and are packed with campground information, personal anecdotes, maps and more.

Click on the "Free Preview" button below for a sample of what a Guide contains.Media in category "National Forests of Montana" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total.

Beartooth National Forest ().jpg 1, × 2,; MB.Description. The montane forest ecosystem represents the mountains of Montana that have been formed by tectonic uplift and glacial erosion.

These high elevation areas occur along the western third of the state and encompass mountains from their base to their summit with elevations increasing from the north where the Kootenai River flows into Idaho (1,') southward to the .