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The Resource Techniques for wildlife habitat management of uplands, Neil F. Payne, Fred C. Bryant

Techniques for wildlife habitat management of uplands, Neil F. Payne, Fred C. Bryant

Label
Techniques for wildlife habitat management of uplands
Title
Techniques for wildlife habitat management of uplands
Statement of responsibility
Neil F. Payne, Fred C. Bryant
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Payne, Neil F
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
SK355
LC item number
.P39 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Bryant, Fred
Series statement
McGraw-Hill biological resource management series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Wildlife habitat improvement
  • Forest management
  • Range management
  • Habitat conservation
Label
Techniques for wildlife habitat management of uplands, Neil F. Payne, Fred C. Bryant
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 747-807) and index
Contents
  • Ch. 1. Principles, concepts, terms, and management considerations of biodiversity. Succession and stand condition -- Edge versus interior -- Guilds -- Minimum viable population -- Reserves --Habitat monitoring and gap analysis -- Ch. 2. Forest types -- Ch. 3. Silvicultural options and impacts. Forestry overview -- Natural regeneration -- Artificial regeneration -- Site preparation -- Site improvement -- Intermediate treatment -- Ch. 4. Managed forests. Interior habitats -- Edge habitats -- Ch. 5. Woodlots. Inventory and planning --Cutting strategy -- Stand improvement -- Evergreen cover -- Wolf trees --Mast, browse, forage -- Dusting areas -- Water and riparian areas -- Ch. 6. Corridors and riparian areas. Corridors -- Riparian areas -- Ch. 7. Special forest habitats and features. Openings -- Logging roads and skid trails -- Snow -- Deeryards -- Snags and live den trees -- Coarse woody debris -- Water holes -- Livestock pastures -- Savanna -- Caves, cliffs, and talus
  • Ch. 8. Types of rangeland and general management. Grasslands --Tundra -- Shrublands -- Woodlands -- Rangeland management practices: An overview -- Ch. 9. Rangeland management techniques: Mechanical, chemical, and seeding. Mechanical treatments -- Herbicides -- Seeding and fertilizing -- Ch. 10. Rangeland management techniques: Controlled grazing and prescribed burning. Controlled grazing -- Prescribed burns -- Ch. 11. Cultivation and cropping. Farming techniques -- Food plots and odd areas -- Linear habitats -- Ch. 12. Farm programs, pastures, and cultural inputs. Federal programs -- Managing pastures -- Chemicals and irrigation -- Ch. 13. Water developments. Importance of water -- Planning water developments -- Managing natural watering points -- Artificial watering points -- Ch. 14. Fences and underpasses. Fence design -- Fence location -- Underpasses -- Ch. 15. Brush piles, rock piles, nests and dens. Brush piles and rock piles -- Nest structures and perches -- Other nest structures -- Perches and roosts -- Artificial burrows -- Deer mouse boxes -- Bat houses -- Bat gates for caves -- Snake hibernacula
Control code
28966847
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxv, 840 p.
Isbn
9780070489639
Isbn Type
(cloth : acid-free paper)
Lccn
93034866
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
Techniques for wildlife habitat management of uplands, Neil F. Payne, Fred C. Bryant
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 747-807) and index
Contents
  • Ch. 1. Principles, concepts, terms, and management considerations of biodiversity. Succession and stand condition -- Edge versus interior -- Guilds -- Minimum viable population -- Reserves --Habitat monitoring and gap analysis -- Ch. 2. Forest types -- Ch. 3. Silvicultural options and impacts. Forestry overview -- Natural regeneration -- Artificial regeneration -- Site preparation -- Site improvement -- Intermediate treatment -- Ch. 4. Managed forests. Interior habitats -- Edge habitats -- Ch. 5. Woodlots. Inventory and planning --Cutting strategy -- Stand improvement -- Evergreen cover -- Wolf trees --Mast, browse, forage -- Dusting areas -- Water and riparian areas -- Ch. 6. Corridors and riparian areas. Corridors -- Riparian areas -- Ch. 7. Special forest habitats and features. Openings -- Logging roads and skid trails -- Snow -- Deeryards -- Snags and live den trees -- Coarse woody debris -- Water holes -- Livestock pastures -- Savanna -- Caves, cliffs, and talus
  • Ch. 8. Types of rangeland and general management. Grasslands --Tundra -- Shrublands -- Woodlands -- Rangeland management practices: An overview -- Ch. 9. Rangeland management techniques: Mechanical, chemical, and seeding. Mechanical treatments -- Herbicides -- Seeding and fertilizing -- Ch. 10. Rangeland management techniques: Controlled grazing and prescribed burning. Controlled grazing -- Prescribed burns -- Ch. 11. Cultivation and cropping. Farming techniques -- Food plots and odd areas -- Linear habitats -- Ch. 12. Farm programs, pastures, and cultural inputs. Federal programs -- Managing pastures -- Chemicals and irrigation -- Ch. 13. Water developments. Importance of water -- Planning water developments -- Managing natural watering points -- Artificial watering points -- Ch. 14. Fences and underpasses. Fence design -- Fence location -- Underpasses -- Ch. 15. Brush piles, rock piles, nests and dens. Brush piles and rock piles -- Nest structures and perches -- Other nest structures -- Perches and roosts -- Artificial burrows -- Deer mouse boxes -- Bat houses -- Bat gates for caves -- Snake hibernacula
Control code
28966847
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxv, 840 p.
Isbn
9780070489639
Isbn Type
(cloth : acid-free paper)
Lccn
93034866
Other physical details
ill., maps

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