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Natural Resources Management -- Forests and Forestry

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View Resource Center for Urban Forest Research: Benefits of trees

A wealth of information on the benefits of trees provided by USDA, Pacific Southwest Research Station,Center for Urban Forest Research.

http://www.fs.fed.us/psw/programs/cufr/
View Resource Climate Change Handbook: A Citizen’s Guide to Thoughtful Action

Climate change is the topic of our day. Unfortunately, it isn?t a topic that?s going away. Scientists all over the world agree?and most people are beginning to realize?that climate change is real. E...

http://ag.arizona.edu/rurallandscape/files/Final%20Climate%2...
View Resource Climate Change Impacts on the United States The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change. Overview: Alaska

Library Holdings. Alaska spans an area nearly a fifth the size of the entire lower 48 states, and includes a wide range of physical, climatic, and ecological diversity in its rain forests,...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11832/
View Resource Climate Change: Financing Global Forests

Library Holdings. According to the Office of Climate Change press release, the Eliasch Review aims to provide an analysis of international financing to reduce forest loss and its associated...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13704/
View Resource Comparison of IKONOS Derived Vegetation Index and LiDAR Derived Canopy Height Model for Grassland Management

Library Holdings. Forest encroachment is understood to be the main reason for prairie grassland decline across the United States. In Texas and Oklahoma, juniper has been highlighted as...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc12179/
View Resource Comparison of IKONOS Derived Vegetation Index and LiDAR Derived Canopy Height Model for Grassland Management

Forest encroachment is understood to be the main reason for prairie grassland decline across the United States. In Texas and Oklahoma, juniper has been highlighted as particularly opportunistic. This...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc12179/
View Resource Conserving Biodiversity Through Sustainable Forestry

Library Holdings. This guidebook was written to promote . communication and understanding about forest . biodiversity (Glossary) among researchers, practitioners, landowners, managers, and...

http://www.ncseonline.org/00/Batch/NCSSF/Guidebook/Guidebook...
View Resource Considerations in the Selection and Use of Indicators for Sustaining Forests

NCSSF?s project report "Considerations in the Selection and Use of Indicators for Sustaining Forests" reflects the lessons gleaned from participants at a ?Think Tank? workshop. The report by the M...

http://www.ncseonline.org/00/Batch/NCSSF/NCSSF%20Indicators%...
View Resource Definitions and Methodological Options to Inventory Emissions from Direct Human-induced Degradation of Forests and Devegetation of Other Vegetation Types

Library Holdings. This report on Definitions and Methodological Options to Inventory Emissions from Direct Human-Induced Degradation of Forests and Devegetation of Other Vegetation Types is the...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11864/
View Resource Dual-purpose Pines

Describes dual-purpose pines, which yield both naval stores and wood; provides suggestions for managing dual-purpose pines.

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1813/
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