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Overview of approaches to sustain forest productivity during forest road development and timber harvesting activities

Various approaches are available to minimize impacts on forest productivity during forest road building and timber harvesting activities. These approaches include a variety of practices and technologies. They include practices such as reducing road and trail development, using designated trails, and leaving slash at the stump on nutrient deficient sites. Technology options include low ground pressure machinery, tracked swing-to-tree feller-bunchers, small-scale equipmnnt, and portable wetlands and stream crossing structures. Increased application of these approaches will require additional research, training for foresters and loggers, and support for loggers. 1999
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Overview of approaches to sustain forest productivity during forest road development and timber harvesting activities   (1999)

Various approaches are available to minimize impacts on forest productivity during forest road building and timber harvesting activities. These approaches include a variety of practices and technologies. They include practices such as reducing road and trail development, using designated trails, and leaving slash at the stump on nutrient deficient sites. Technology options include low ground pressure machinery, tracked swing-to-tree feller-bunchers, small-scale equipmnnt, and portable wetlands and stream crossing structures. Increased application of these approaches will require additional research, training for foresters and loggers, and support for loggers.

Author: Blinn, Charles R.; Dahlamn, Rick; Mattson, James A.; Thompson, Michael A.


Source: IN: Ek, Alan; ZumBahlen, comps., eds. Proceedings, Improving forest productivity for timber...a key yto sustainability; 1998 December 1-3; Duluth, MN. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota: 135-140

Citation: Blinn, Charles R.; Dahlamn, Rick; Mattson, James A.; Thompson, Michael A.  1999.  Overview of approaches to sustain forest productivity during forest road development and timber harvesting activities  IN: Ek, Alan; ZumBahlen, comps., eds. Proceedings, Improving forest productivity for timber...a key yto sustainability; 1998 December 1-3; Duluth, MN. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota: 135-140.
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