Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||sponsored by League of Women Voters of Central Lane County and Bureau of Governmental Research and Service, University of Oregon.|
|Contributions||League of Women Voters of Central Lane County., University of Oregon. Bureau of Governmental Research and Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
This book focuses primarily on old growth forests of the Eastern North America, for which the author provides some detailed natural history information on various creatures and ecological processes. With a title such as this, however, it would have been more powerful to consider the /5. His extraordinarily detailed descriptions of Wisconsin s old-growth forests lift the veil of mystery and provide us with glimpses of what the Badger State s extensive pre-settlement forests were like. The book is a veritable goldmine of information on the sad destruction of Wisconsin s original woodlands. Attitudes toward old growth, then and 5/5(6). From the reviews: “This book pulls together the most imperative current original research on old-growth forests. The editors, (all, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany) authoritative and well respected for their broad knowledge of biogeochemical processes of ecosystems, and forests in particular, have assembled contributions from more than 50 other experts on old-growth forest. Joan maloof, ph.d. Executive Director: Joan is Professor Emeritus at Salisbury University, and founded the Old-Growth Forest Network to preserve, protect and promote the country's few remaining stands of old-growth spends her time lecturing, writing, visiting forests, assisting private landowners, and supporting local groups trying to protect community forests from development.
Old Growth book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Centuries in the making, Australia’s old growth forests sustain a rich communit 5/5. In this charmingly written and beautifully illustrated book, Maloof, a forest scientist and writer, uses examples among principal groups of organisms that occupy forests to describe the dependence that a wide range of species have on old-growth forests This well-written and engaging book is a good introduction to old-growth forests.”. Old-growth forests also have major ecological value, in terms of species diversity and also serving as a genetic reservoir, providing a window into which genes allow a tree to survive : Chelsey Lewis. In this charmingly written and beautifully illustrated book, Maloof, a forest scientist and writer, uses examples among principal groups of organisms that occupy forests to describe the dependence that a wide range of species have on old-growth forests This well-written and engaging book is a good introduction to old-growth forests.”Brand: Timber Press, Incorporated.
Proper understanding and management of mature and old growth urban forests is necessary for their preservation, and Loeb’s book offers us an important window to assist in our efforts at effective stewardship for future generations.” (Robert James Scheff, Castanea, Vol. 77 (1), March, ). To find the best old-growth forest near you, you can check out John Bates’ book, Our Living Ancestors: The History and Ecology of Old-growth Forests in Wisconsin (And Where to Find Them). Right now John Bates is working on a book about . Following the completion of the project, Definition and Inventory of Old Growth Forests on DNR-Managed State Lands, we produced two guides for identifying old trees and forests in Washington: Identifying Mature and Old Forests in Western Washington and Identifying Old Trees and Forests in Eastern Washington, both written by Robert Van Pelt, PhD. Ontario’s Old-Growth Forests is a page full- colour book that was published in It has sold copies, a second edition will be out in spring of It has a rating of /5 at and /5 at Goodreads (learn more). Michael Henry is a forest ecologist who focuses on conservation of old growth forests, including threats from invasive species, development and logging.