Ecological Forestry in Western Oregon: A Critical Analysis from Andrews Forest LTER Research, 2014-2015

Chelsea Batavia & Michael P. Nelson
This work highlights the normative dimensions of “ecological forestry,” a strategy of forest management that uses silviculture to mimic the effects of non-anthropogenic processes of disturbance and succession in order to meet multiple objectives on a single piece of land. An analysis of the arguments made about ecological forestry, both broadly theoretical and pertaining specifically to western Oregon, shows that empirical uncertainties and normative gaps need to be addressed before we can make a clear,...
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