BergeronHarveyLeducEtAl1999

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Bergeron, Y., Harvey, B., Leduc, A., Gauthier, S. (1999) Forest management guidelines based on natural disturbance dynamics:Stand- and forest-level considerations. Forestry Chronicle, 75(1):49-54.

Abstract

Although the concept of forest ecosystem management based on naturaldisturbance has generated a great deal of interest, few concreteexamples exist of FEM principles being put into application. Silviculturalpractices that emulate natural disturbances practices that emulatenatural disturbances are proposed with examples from the principalvegetation zones of Quebec. With the exception of the large-scaleuse of careful logging to protect advanced regeneration in ecosystemsgenerally controlled by fire, stand-level silvicultural practicescurrently used are reasonably similar to natural disturbances, althoughimportant differences exist. In contrast, at the forest-level, even-agedmanagement, as is currently practised, rarely permits adequate reproductionof the variety of age classes, stand types, and structural componentsnormally found in the boreal forest. A model that allows an even-agedmanagement approach by natural dynamics is proposed.

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@ARTICLE { BergeronHarveyLeducEtAl1999,
    AUTHOR = { Bergeron, Y. and Harvey, B. and Leduc, A. and Gauthier, S. },
    TITLE = { Forest management guidelines based on natural disturbance dynamics:Stand- and forest-level considerations },
    JOURNAL = { Forestry Chronicle },
    YEAR = { 1999 },
    VOLUME = { 75 },
    PAGES = { 49-54 },
    NUMBER = { 1 },
    ABSTRACT = { Although the concept of forest ecosystem management based on naturaldisturbance has generated a great deal of interest, few concreteexamples exist of FEM principles being put into application. Silviculturalpractices that emulate natural disturbances practices that emulatenatural disturbances are proposed with examples from the principalvegetation zones of Quebec. With the exception of the large-scaleuse of careful logging to protect advanced regeneration in ecosystemsgenerally controlled by fire, stand-level silvicultural practicescurrently used are reasonably similar to natural disturbances, althoughimportant differences exist. In contrast, at the forest-level, even-agedmanagement, as is currently practised, rarely permits adequate reproductionof the variety of age classes, stand types, and structural componentsnormally found in the boreal forest. A model that allows an even-agedmanagement approach by natural dynamics is proposed. },
    KEYWORDS = { forest management management practice physical disturbance silviculture },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.04 },
}

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