3 edition of Forest resources of the Susitna Valley, Alaska found in the catalog.
Forest resources of the Susitna Valley, Alaska
Hegg, Karl M.
|Statement||by Karl M. Hegg.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service resource bulletin PNW-32|
|LC Classifications||SD11 .A45616 no. 32, SD144.A4 .A45616 no. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||79610168|
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Forest ownership in Alaska is still in a state of flux with land still being transferred between owners. Links to Alaska's forestland managers: Alaska Department of Natural Resources Proposed Susitna Valley State Forest b riefing paper - maps. Get this from a library! Lumber grade yields from paper birch and balsam poplar logs in the Susitna River Valley, Alaska. [Leland F Hanks; Carl W Swanson; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)].
WASILLA -- Building a new road to get to the hard-to-reach resources in the wilderness west of the Susitna River would cost at least $ million, according to a new study released by the Alaska. Spruce beetles killed trees across nearly , acres of forest this year and mostly in Mat-Su, according to an update released Monday by the U.S. Forest Service and Alaska .
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Get this from a library. Forest resources of the Susitna Valley, Alaska. [Karl M Hegg; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Institute of Northern Forestry (U.S.); Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)] -- Report summarizing the data from the first intensive inventory of the forests in the Susitna Valley, Alaska, conducted during the period Publication Series: Resource Bulletin (RB) Source: Res.
Bull. PNW-RB Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 42 p; Abstract. This report summarizes the data from the first intensive inventory of the forests in the Susitna Valley, Alaska, conducted during the period Cited by: 1.
Forest Resources on State Lands in the Susitna Valley I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The inventory of forest resources within the Susitna Valley is the first comprehensive stand based inventory to be conducted by the Division of Forestry (DOF) in this area of the state.
Funding for the project was made available through a forest inventory capital. Forest Resources on State Lands in the Kenai Peninsula, (PDF) Forest Resources on State Lands in the Susitna Valley, (PDF) Timber Volume Summary of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Icy Bay Tract, (PDF) Forest Inventory Summary for.
Get this from a library. Marketing hardwoods from Alaska's Susitna Valley. [Michael R C Massie] -- Describes the hardwood forest resources of Alaska's Susitna Valley, and suggests potential industry development compatible with existing markets.
The Susitna Valley State Forest would benefit from increased access to the west side of the valley as well, Forestry Division Director Chris Maisch said. If passed, mirror legislation House Bill 79 and Senate Bill 28 Forest resources of the Susitna Valley form the ,acre forest from 33 parcels in the river valley.
Susitna Valley wildfire evacuees will have to wait days to return home a spokesman for the Alaska Division of Forestry, but strong winds whipped the two fires near Willow beyond what the.
State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources. 7th Ave, Suite Anchorage, AK Phone: () Fax: () TTY: Dial or For more information, please contact the Mat-Su Office at () or by email at [email protected] Make a reservation for the K'esugi Ken. The Division manages forests for multiple uses and the sustained yield of renewable resources on 20 million acres of State land.
This includes the Tanana Valley, Haines, and Southeast Statethe Alaska State Legislature ad acres of commercial forest lands to the existing Southeast State Forest. The Division conducts personal use, commercial timber, and fuel-wood sales. Forest Visitor Maps for each national forest and grassland provide forest-wide information on attractions, facilities, services, and opportunities.
National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing inch by inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California. Additional resources from the Lower 48 are expected to arrive in Alaska on Monday to help with suppression efforts on the McKinley Fire and others in Southcentral Alaska, authorities said.
Individual land buyers, lessees of state land, or permittees who are unable to make their payments should immediately contact the Division of Mining, Land and Water (DMLW) to discuss ways to address their financial hardship and payments due, consistent with the Governor's COVID Disaster Order of Suspension No.
2 as amended, or the Director's Finding concerning extensions of certain land. Susitna River basin, which is roughly bounded by the Alaska Range to the north and.
west, the Talkeetna Mountains to the east, and Cook Inlet and Knik Arm to the south (fig-1). FREDERIC R. LARSON is research forester and KENNETH C.
WINTERBERGER is forester, Forestry Sciences Laboratory, East. 9th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska Mat-Su Valley Resource Guides are available here and our staff is happy to assist you in navigating the guide.
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Please. Get this from a library. Soil survey of Matanuska-Susitna Valley Area, Alaska. [Mark H Clark; Darrell R Kautz; United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service.; University of Alaska Fairbanks. Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.; Alaska.
Department of Natural Resources.]. Timber resource estimates are based on the inventory of timber resources prepared by the U.S. Forest Service, US Soil Conservation Service, and Alaska Department of Natural Resources in Appendices C -1 and C-2, Timber Acreage by Subunit and Gross Timber Volume by Subunit shows estimates of the gross acreage and volume of timber in each.
Data from the Alaska Interagency Coordination Center. Circles represent the size, but not the shape, of the fire. Fires that have not been updated in more than a week are shown with grey markers.
Note: The fire display below represents real current conditions. Updates are provided since May While non-native, rusty tussock moth has been present in Alaska for a long time and is found throughout the state. In some parts of the Matanuska-Susitna valley this summer, their populations have reached levels capable of causing noticeable defoliation.
black cottonwood, quaking aspen, Susitna River basin, Alaska. Scribner board-foot, merchantable cubic-foot, and total cubic-foot volume equations were derived from an analysis of fall, buck, and scale data obtained during a multi-resource inventory of the Susitna River basin, Alaska.
Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Palmer, AK. 20K likes. The Matanuska-Susitna Borough is a local government with geography nearly the size of Scotland. It has long been the fastest growing community in Alaska.Alaska Department of Fish and Game, a. Fish and wildlife resources element for the Susitna area planning study.
Anchorage, Alaska. pages. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, b. The use of fish and wildlife resources in Tyonek, Alaska. Div. of Subsistence Technical Paper # pages. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, a.would create a new State Forest in the Susitna Valley and expand DNR authority to offer negotiated timber sales.
The proposedacre Susitna State Forest, if adopted, would become the fourth state forest in Alaska, joining the Tanana Valley, Haines, and Southeast State Forests.
DNR area planning documents for the Susitna Matanuska area.