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Forest Ecosystem Management in the Central Hardwood Region

Forest Ecosystem Management in the Central Hardwood Region Product code: FNR-145-W

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This publication is specific to the Central Hardwood Region and discusses ecosystem management and how it places a stronger emphasis on larger spatial scales than past management approaches. The primary objectives of ecosystem management involve sustaining the long-term productivity and health of the total ecosystem and in so doing enhancing overall biological diversity. Emphasis is placed on structure and species composition and facilitation of natural ecosystem processes.

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2/15/1999
Last Review Date - 9/1/2015

Author

Scott D Roberts

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