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Attaining visual quality objectives in timber harvest areas - landscape architects' evaluation



Attaining visual quality objectives in timber harvest areas - landscape architects' evaluation



Research Paper, Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service (INT-348): 7



Slides of 25 timber harvest areas in western Montana and northern Idaho were evaluated by 3 groups of US Forest Service landscape architects. Results showed that planned visual quality objectives were usually achieved.

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