Effects of Riparian Buffer Width on Wood Loading in Headwater Streams after Repeated Forest Thinning. Forest Ecology and Management

Effects of Riparian Buffer Width on Wood Loading in Headwater Streams after Repeated Forest Thinning. Forest Ecology and Management

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Burton, J. L., Olson, D. H., Puettmann, K. J. 2016. Effects of Riparian Buffer Width on Wood Loading in Headwater Streams after Repeated Forest Thinning. Forest Ecology and Management. Elsevier B.V. Number 372. Pages 247-257

Forests, Headwater, Management, Riparian buffer, Streams, Watershed, Riparian, Wood products, Forestry

This study evaluated the effect of riparian buffer width of over 30 small headwater streams in Oregon (U.S.) on wood volume after upland forest thinning. The results indicate that instream wood loading in these streams is related to forest management throughout the entire watershed.

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