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The Dead Indian plateau: a historical summary of forestry observations and research in a severe southwestern Oregon environment



The Dead Indian plateau: a historical summary of forestry observations and research in a severe southwestern Oregon environment



USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-72): 23



Management problems associated with regeneration of conifer stands following clear felling are described, with accounts of current silvicultural research and damage caused by rodents (especially pocket gophers, Thomomys spp.), pine beetles, and mistletoe and fungal infestation. Reforestation in the Dead Indian plateau suffers particularly from the effect of severe frosts, summer drought, and gopher attack. At present, a two-stage shelterwood system with underplanting is used.

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