Old Growth

Al Stangenberger forags at nature.Berkeley.EDU
Fri Nov 29 00:17:25 EST 1996


D. Braun (dbraun at u.washington.edu) wrote:

: Actually, no.  Using the more restrictive definition for old-growth (west
: side, western hemlock zone forests), and excluding small fragments, there
: were less than 1 million acres remaining in OR and WA in 1990, not in
: reserves. See:

: How much old-growth remains? p 243-251 In: Norse, E. A. 1990.  Ancient
: Forests of the Pacific Northwest.  Island Press  327 p.  

To complete the picture, how much old-growth forest in the Pacific
Northwest is in reserves?

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