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Publication Title:   CCAMA News and 1999 Accomplishment Report

Year:  2000     Status:  Published     Publication Type:  Report

H. J. Andrews Publication Number:  2767

Citation:  Cissel, John; Druliner, Pam, eds. 2000. CCAMA News and 1999 Accomplishment Report. Eugene, OR: Central Cascades Adaptive Management Area. 11 p.

Online PDF:  http://andrewsforest.oregonstate.edu/pubs/pdf/pub2767.pdf

Abstract:  A major emphasis of the Central Cascades Adaptive Management Area (CCAMA) has been to develop methods for application of historical information about ecosystems to landscape management strategies. The underlying assumption of this approach is that risks posed to native species and ecological processes from management activities can be minimized by incorporating key aspects of important disturbance regimes into management regimes. Disturbance processes, such as fire and landslides, have historically played major roles creating and sustaining the pattern of habitats across the landscape.

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Cissel ,  John   H.
Druliner ,  Pamela   S.


Theme
Adaptive Management Areas (AMA's)
Cascade Center for Ecosystem Management (CCEM)
Technology transfer

Place
Central Cascades Adaptive Management Area

Taxa
Cimicifuga racemosa
Cimicifuga
Cimicifuga elata