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The consequences of the conflict between the environmental movement and forest management for silviculture in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA

, : The consequences of the conflict between the environmental movement and forest management for silviculture in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA. Forstarchiv 67(6): 219-226

Concern about the rapid loss of intact forest ecosystems, particularly the continuously shrinking acreage of old-growth forests, has brought about changes of traditional management practices in federally owned forests of the Pacific Northwest. President Clinton's forest plan of 1994 represents an attempt to preserve and recreate healthy forest ecosystems.

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