Silviculture in special places: proceedings of the 2003 National Silviculture Workshop
USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
This proceedings presents a compilation of 20 manuscripts and five posters summa- rizing results of research studies and management projects conducted throughout the United States in areas with special natural resource values. Topics include the restoration of various fire dependent forest ecosystems, studies of historical ecology, use of genetics in silviculture, development of old growth and late-successional prescriptions, documenting natural regeneration in burned areas, comparisons
of cutting methods, coping with advancing blister rust, delineation of rare aspen forests, two-aged management in Appalachian hardwoods, forest soil productivity, managing a recreation river, and forest structure/burn severity relationships.
Shepperd, Wayne D. and Eskew, Lane G., "Silviculture in special places: proceedings of the 2003 National Silviculture Workshop" (2004). Aspen Bibliography. Paper 37.