Chapt 9b Resource Management

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Published on September 17, 2008

Author: prheydenburg


Resource Management:  Resource Management Slide2:  Areas of natural forest, 1620 Areas of natural forest, 1920 Deforestation in North America Forest Management and Deforestation:  Forest Management and Deforestation Africa and Latin America are losing their forests most quickly. Forests are starting to grow back in North America and Europe after centuries of deforestation. Deforestation in developing countries:  Deforestation in developing countries Slide5:  Net annual growth, 2001 Net annual removal, 2001 Timber harvesting Slide6:  Original forest HARVEST Clear-cutting system REGROWTH FOLLOWING HARVEST Seed-tree or shelterwood system Selection system Methods of logging Managing forests:  Managing forests Slide8:  Prescribed burning Salvage Logging Forest Management Why create parks, reserves, and wildlands?:  Why create parks, reserves, and wildlands? • To protect enormous, beautiful, unusual landscape features (Monumentalism) • For recreational use for outdoor activities • For utilitarian benefits (e.g., watershed protection for drinking supply) • To make use of sites that have little economic value otherwise • To preserve biodiversity U.S. National Parks:  U.S. National Parks Yellowstone: The first national park (1872) U.S. National Wildlife Refuges:  U.S. National Wildlife Refuges Wilderness Areas:  Wilderness Areas Designated wilderness areas in Colorado Publicly owned federal lands:  Publicly owned federal lands Federal lands by agency Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Land Management Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Service National Park Service Land trusts:  Land trusts Slide15:  Red dots indicate location of biosphere reserves

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