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Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands--the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon.

Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands--the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon.

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Published by Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oregon.,
  • Great Basin.
    • Subjects:
    • Wildlife habitat improvement -- Oregon.,
    • Wildlife habitat improvement -- Great Basin.,
    • Habitat (Ecology) -- Oregon.,
    • Habitat (Ecology) -- Great Basin.,
    • Range management -- Oregon.,
    • Range management -- Great Basin.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesGeneral technical report PNW ;, 139, 145
      ContributionsPacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSK439 .W55 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1-2 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL457055M
      LC Control Number98173550

      Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands: the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: riparian zones / ([Portland, Or.]: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, []), by Jack Ward Thomas, Jon E. Rodiek, Chris Maser, United States Forest Service, and Or.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range. You'll never find it in a bookstore, but a fourteen-volume collection (the volumes are small) under the title of Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon is well worth finding. (Don't be bothered by "managed"—it was a funding thing.

      Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands-- The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon: Geomorphic and Edaphic Habitats, General Technical Report PNW by Chris Maser, J. Michael Geist. composition and resulting wildlife habitat quality and their interrelationships. Wildlife Habitats In Managed Rangelands—The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon: Plant Communities and Their Importance to Wildlife; by J. Edward Dealy, Donavin A. Leck- enby, and Diane M. Concan non; ; USDA, For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW; 66 p. (USDA.

      Maser, C., J.W. Thomas, and R.G. Anderson. Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands ‐ The Great Basin of southeastern Oregon. The relationship of terrestrial vertebrates to plant communities. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDI Bureau of File Size: KB. The book examines the forest tree species and their wood with photographs, botanical descriptions and a summary of the characteristics of the wood. Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands. The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon: Introduction. Author: Chris Maser. Publisher: N.A. ISBN: N.A. Category: Range management. Page: View:


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Get this from a library. Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands: the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: riparian zones. [Jack Ward Thomas; Chris Maser; Jon E Rodiek; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.); United States.

Forest Service.] -- "Riparian zones can be identified by the presence of vegetation that requires free or unbound water or conditions that. Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands - The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. The purpose of the series is to provide a range manager with the necessary information on wildlife and its relationship to habitat condi­ tions in managed rangelands in order that the manager may make fully informed by: Get this from a library.

Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands: the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: mule deer. [Donavin A Leckenby; Dennis P Sheehy; Carl H Nellis; R J Scherzinger; Ira D Luman; Wayne Elmore; James C Lemos; Larry Doughty; Charles E Trainer; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)].

Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands - - The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon, Bighorn Sheep [W. Van Dyke, Drawings b & w Photos] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Van Dyke, W. Habitats in Managed Rangelands-The Great Basin of Southeastern purpose of the series is to provide a range manager with the necessary information on wildlife and its relationship to habitat conditions in managed rangelands in order that the manager may make fully informed decisions.

The information in this series is specific to the. Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands: the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: manmade habitats / Chris Maser [et al.].

Format Online Resource Book Published Portland Or.: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Description.

This publication is part of the series Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. The purpose of the series is to provide a range manager with the necessary information on wildlife and its relationship to habitat condi- tions in managed rangelands in order that the manager may make fully informed decisions.

Jack Ward Thomas (September 7, - ) was the thirteenth chief of the U.S. Forest Service, serving during the Clinton administration years of He was born in Fort Worth, undergraduate education and degree (a BS in wildlife management in ) was from Texas A&M worked for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for ten years.

This publication is part of the seriesWildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands–The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. The purpose of the series is to provide a range manager with the necessary information on wildlife and its relationship to habitat conditions in managed rangelands in order.

Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands - The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. The purpose of the series is to provide a range manager with the necessary information on wildlife and its relationship to habitat condi-tions in managed rangelands in order that the manager may make fully informed decisions.

The information in this series is File Size: 1MB. By Donavin A. Leckenby, Dennis P. Sheehy, Carl H. Nellis, et al., Published on 01/01/ Title. Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands--the Great Basin of southeastern by: 9. Diane M. Concannon is the author of Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands-- The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews)4/5(1).

Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands - The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon. The purpose of the series is to provide a range manager with the necessary information on wildlife and its relationship to habitat condi- tions in managed rangelands in order that the manager may make fully informed decisions.

Lava Stringers on Catlow Rim in Oregon. A lava stringer is an elongated concentration of mostly talus-like basalt rock found along a hillside or the base of a cliff. Many stringers occur without cliffs. A stringer is identified by its lack of vegetative cover.

ters in a book. A list of the publications in the series and their final organization is shown on the inside back cover of this publication. Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon is a cooperative effort of the USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, and the United.

Thomas, Jack Ward: Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands: the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: edges / (Portland Or.: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, ), also by Jon E.

Rodiek, Chris Maser, United States Forest Service, and Or.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range. He has published several books including The Elk of North America: Ecology and Management, Wildlife Habitats in Managed Forests: The Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington, and Wildlife Habitats in Managed Rangelands: The Great Basin of Southeastern Oregon.

Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands-The Great Basin of southeastern Oregon. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, and U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Cited by: 3. Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands: the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: mule deer / by: Leckenby, Donavin A., Published: () Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge: draft comprehensive conservation plan and environmental assessment / Published: ().

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