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test of the economic base hypothesis in the small forest communities of southeast Alaska

Guy C. Robertson

test of the economic base hypothesis in the small forest communities of southeast Alaska

by Guy C. Robertson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Economic aspects -- Alaska -- Alaska Panhandle.,
  • Forest policy -- Alaska -- Alaska Panhandle.,
  • Forest management -- Alaska -- Alaska Panhandle.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGuy C. Robertson.
    SeriesGeneral technical report PNW -- GTR-592., General technical report PNW -- 592.
    ContributionsPacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination101 p. :
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17723275M

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Test of the economic base hypothesis in the small forest communities of southeast Alaska by Guy C. Robertson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A test of the economic base hypothesis in the small forest communities of southeast Alaska. [Guy C Robertson; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)] -- "Recent harvest declines in the Western United States have focused attention on the question of economic impacts at the community level.

The impact of changing timber-related economic activity in a. Test of the economic base hypothesis in the small forest communities of southeast Alaska. Portland, OR: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, [] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.

A Test of the Economic Base Hypothesis in the Small Forest Communities of Southeast Alaska Article (PDF Available) December with 49 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Guy Robertson.

The Regional Economy of Southeast Alaska Final Report prepared for Alaska Conservation Foundation prepared by Steve Colt Darcy Dugan Ginny Fay (EcoSystems) Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska Anchorage 1 March Corresponding author: Steve Colt, ISER @e Size: 1MB.

Guy ROBERTSON of US Forest Service, CO (FS) | Read 15 publications | Contact Guy ROBERTSON A Test of the Economic Base Hypothesis in the Small Forest Communities of Southeast Alaska. Most areas of Southeast Alaska below meters elevation are heavily forested with conifers.

With inches of rain per year, the region is a temperate rainforest. Water is everywhere in the form of streams, lakes, bogs, and soggy vegetation. The forest undergrowth is lush with ferns and mosses. “The Nature of Southeast Alaska does a good job at weaving together scientific research, personal observations, and down-to-earth writing.” — Sitka Sentinel “Unlike the standard nature guides that explain how to recognize common animals, Nature stresses the web of Reviews: Many towns, even in Alaska, have lost as much as 40 percent of their tree canopy.

This loss hampers a city's ability to meet environmental requirements, including air and water quality standards. The Alaska Division of Forestry, with financial assistance from the USDA Forest Service, helps establish and sustain local community forestry programs.

Southeast Alaska Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy 1 Introduction The purpose of a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is to initiate and sustain a local planning and implementation process by which jobs are created, more stable and diversified economies are fostered, and living conditions are improved.

A CEDS is a. 4 ALASKA’S FORESTS & WILDLIFE How to use this curriculum CONTINUED Alaska Ecology Cards – Student-directed learning resources in ready-to-copy sheets applicable to all books in the Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Several lessons require or may be improved by.

PREFACE This, the first in a series of pub1 ications summarizing knowledge about the forest resources of southeast dlaska, describes the physical, biological, and socioeconomic setting of southeast provides a background for the more technical reports which will follow. A Test of Economic Base Hypothesis in the Small Forest Communities of Southeast Alaska U.S.

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR () General Technical Report PNW-GTR p.

All communities in Southeast Alaska are not connected by roads to the outside world with the exception of Haines and Skagway. The large majority of roads that are located in towns of Southeast Alaska and that connect villages on the same island were originally.

The Alaska vegetation classification. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. The Alaska vegetation classification presented here is a comprehensive, statewide system that has been under development since The classification is based.

The State's third and newest forest includes ab acres of land located in central and southern southeast Alaska. Many of the Forest's 32 management units are on Prince of Wales Island.

Other units are located on Dall, Gravina, Heceta, Kosciusko, Kuiu, Mitkof, Revillagigedo, Suemez, Tuxekan, and Wrangell islands. We are proud to present a conservation assessment for the Coastal Forests and Mountains Ecoregion in Southeast Alaska.

This product represents over five years of effort in data compilation, analysis and review, with the ultimate goal of providing an improved understanding of the distribution, condition and conservation status of ecological values in the region.

Southeast Alaska by the Numbers is even better than last year. Full of key indicators and trend analysis that will help you as you plan for your business, propose legislation, or work to inform others about our part of Alaska.

This year we are also looking for your help. We are putting together the Southeast Alaska Economic Plan Addressing Sustainable Forestry in Southeast Alaska 1. PURPOSE AND BACKGROUND Alaska’s Tongass National Forest is a national treasure. At 17 million acres, the Tongass includes vast old growth temperate rainforests that are increasingly rare globally.

The Tongass is also a place that has sustained the people and communities of Southeast Alaska. Detailed documents work carried out by the member greatly enriched the world's scientific and environmental portrait of Alaska. published works are still studied today During the 2 month expedition, Harriman and his guest sailed almost miles along the coast of British Columbia and alaska.

THE FOREST ECOSYSTEM OF SOUTHEAST ALASKA fe Habitats William R. Meehan PACIFIC NORTHWEST FOREST AND RANGE EXPERIMENT STATION U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOREST SERVICE PORTLAND, OREGON USDA FOREST SERVICE GENERAL TECHNICAL REPORT PNW This file was created by scanning the printed publication.

Text errors. The Southeast State Forest was the third and final State Forest to be voted in for Alaska. It spans alm acres in Southeast Alaska. 6) Bright orange mushrooms scatter the .The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has published the following guides to help you enjoy Alaska's wildlife.

Whether you're a lifelong Alaskan or you're planning your first visit, these guides will provide valuable information on the best places to explore.The Forest Stewardship Council _____ national forest land. has rigorous standards to certify that forest products are produced sustainably The U.N.

F.A.O has demonstrated that .