Forest and StreamForest and Stream



There must be mental wrecks or the keepers of woodcock , while the streams once abounding in brook trout are of less attraction to the angler . Even the unrivaled butMoose ... FOREST AND STREAM . 1 2 [ AUGUST 3 , 1882 FOREST STREAM AND AND.

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Influence of Forest Management on Headwater Stream Amphibians at Multiple Spatial ScalesInfluence of Forest Management on Headwater Stream Amphibians at Multiple Spatial Scales



Landscape - scale variables can be used to assess management approaches and habitat suitability for stream amphibians . a This factsheet is one in a series of information products developed by the Cooperative Forest Ecosystem Research ...

Author: Margo A. Stoddard

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Effects of Forest Fertilization with Urea on Stream Water QualityEffects of Forest Fertilization with Urea on Stream Water Quality



A13.79 : PNW - 24 az PACIFIC NORTH WEST ALASKA OREGON WASHINGTON FOREST AND RANGE EXPERIMENT STATION ... USDA FOREST SERVICE RESEARCH NOTE PNW - 241 March 1975 EFFECTS OF FOREST FERTILIZATION WITH UREA ON STREAM WATER QUALITY-QUILCENE ...

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Hydrology of Small Forest Streams in Western OregonHydrology of Small Forest Streams in Western Oregon



i Introduction Small forest streams are a valuable resource of the Pacific Northwest . High quality stream water is used by municipalities and agriculture . Small streams also serve as spawning and rearing areas for anadromous fish and ...

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The hydrology of small forest streams in western Oregon varies by time and space in terms of both streamflow and channel hydraulics. Overland flow rarely occurs on undisturbed soils. Instead, water is transmitted rapidly through soils to stream channels by displacement of stored soil water. Drainage networks expand and contract according to the interaction between precipitation characteristics and soil's capability to store and transmit water. Drainage networks are more extensive in winter than in summer. Streamflow may he 1,000 to 5,000 times greater during winter storms than during summer low flow. A stream's kinetic energy varies along with streamflow. Channel width and depth, heterogeneity of bed materials, and the accumulation of large, organic debris affects the dissipation of kinetic energy. Clearcutting can increase relatively small peak flows, but forest roads and extensive areas of soil compacted by other means may increase larger peak flows. Both roadbuilding and clearcutting can cause soil mass movements, which can drastically alter a stream's channel hydraulics by adding debris or scouring the charnel to bedrock. Removal of naturally occurring organic debris that has become part of a stable channel can accelerate bed and bank erosion.

Endrin in Forest Streams After Aerial Seeding with Endrin coated Douglas fir SeedEndrin in Forest Streams After Aerial Seeding with Endrin coated Douglas fir Seed



Residues were found in the Needle Branch stream during a winter freshet 3 weeks after seeding probably because of the relatively flat gradient of the stream channel . Endrin - treated seed falling into open water was not carried ...

Author: Duane G. Moore

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Ecological Effects on Streams from Forest FertilizationEcological Effects on Streams from Forest Fertilization



Klock , G.O. , 1971 , Streamflow nitrogen loss following forest erosion control fertilization : U.S. Forest Service ... of aerial forest fertilization with urea pellets on nitrogen levels in a mountain stream : Northwest Science v .

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Ecological Effects on Streams from Forest Fertilization literature Review and Conceptual Framework for Future Study in the Western CascadesEcological Effects on Streams from Forest Fertilization literature Review and Conceptual Framework for Future Study in the Western Cascades



Miller , H.G. , 1986 , Long term effects of application of nitrogen fertilizers on forest sites , in Proceedings of ... 209–219 . p Mulholland , P.J. , 1992 , Regulation of nutrient concentrations in a temperate forest stream - Roles of ...

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