C-lines of stocking for southern bottomland hardwoods
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C-lines of stocking for southern bottomland hardwoods a guide to identifying insufficient stocking

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station in [Asheville, NC] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forest surveys -- Southern States,
  • Reforestation -- Southern States,
  • Hardwoods -- Southern States

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesC lines of stocking for southern bottomland hardwoods
StatementJ.C.G. Goelz
SeriesResearch note SO -- 385, Research note SO -- 385
ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15233909M

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C-lines of stocking for southern bottomland hardwoods based upon lo,20 and 25 years to achieve the B-line, from Goelz (). A KEY TO CHOOSING INTERMEDIATE SILVICULTURAL PRACTICES The following dichotomous key can be used to help a land manager choose an appropriate silvicultural practiceCited by: 6. Four C-lines that reflect insufficient stocking of southern bottomland hardwoods are presented. These C-line repres 15, 20, and 25 years to reach B-line [Show full abstract] stocking. This stocking guide is similar to the stocking guide for central upland hardwoods constructed by Gingrich, except that % stocking is ft² of basal area lower for the southern bottomland. The silviculhuist may use Putnam’s B-line to represent the optimum residual stocking level recommended for southern bottomland hardwood stands, or may choose some constant level of stocking, such as 70 percent. However, neither Putnam’s recommendations nor any other level of residual stocking have been tested scientifically.

Silviculture of southern bottomland hardwood forests has evolved considerably over the past 25 years. Many existing silvicultural practices have been . BOTTOMLAND HARDWOOD TYPE TYPE DESCRIPTION A. Stand Composition The bottomland hardwood type is associated with flood plains and stream/river bottoms, primarily in the southern two-thirds of Wisconsin. When the bottomland hardwood community is found further north, it can be regionallyFile Size: KB. The above spreadsheet will plot a Gingrich Stocking Diagram (Gingrich, ). Both diagrams for the range of 7 to 22 inches quadratic mean diameter(QMD) and 2 to 7 inches QMD are available. Additionally, the tab labeled "Stand Data" allow the user to plot their data on the diagram. southern bottomland hardwood ecosystem. Due consideration must be given to the many critical variables (e.g., stem age class distributions, crown closure, species composition, availability of cavities, ground cover, etc) needed for habitat diversity within each individual stand and across the landscape. However, even with the preference for use ofFile Size: KB.

stock for C-level stocking. Bottomland Hardwoods Goelz () provided a stocking guide for use in southern bottomland hardwoods. The B-line is based on the suggested residual stocking of Putnam () rather than on minimum full stocking. The stocking guide applies to mixed southern bottomland hardwoods of good to excellent site quality. Current: Center for Bottomland Hardwoods Research Our Mission: To provide the scientific basis to manage southern bottomland hardwood and wetland forests and associated stream ecosystems for a sustained yield of forest products and other desired values.   The central hardwood forest region is one of the largest hardwood forest areas in the nation (Fig. ). Four distinct tree associations defined within this type are oak-hickory, oak-pine, mixed hardwoods, and elm-ash-cottonwood. In Wisconsin, the central hardwood type is located within Province which lies south of the Tension Zone (Fig).File Size: KB. We present stocking guides for southern bottomland hardwoods and variants for associated forest types, water tupelo (N~~ssa aquarica L.) and sweetgum (Liquidumbar sryrucifzua L.).