FORESTRY TERMS.Byline For the use of the term in football (soccer), see Byline (soccer).
The byline on a newspaper or magazine article gives the name, and often the position, of the writer of the article. : The Register-Guard
The language used in the debate about logging has evolved in the past 13 years. Today, planners don't don't
1. Contraction of do not.
2. Nonstandard Contraction of does not.
A statement of what should not be done: a list of the dos and don'ts. talk about clear-cutting but regeneration Regeneration (biology)
The process by which an animal restores a lost part of its body. Broadly defined, the term can include wound healing, tissue repair, and many kinds of restorative activities. harvest. Old-growth is now late-successional. The Bureau of Land Management in its revised management plan for Western Oregon This article is about the region of Western Oregon. For the University, see Western Oregon University.
Western Oregon is a geographical term that is generally taken to apply to the portion of the state of Oregon that is west of the Cascade Range. forests has further refined the language around trees. Here are the terms and what they mean:
Stand establishment:Very young forest of trees less than 50 feet tall and without larger trees
Young:Taller than stand establishment, but still small and without larger trees
Mature with single layer canopy:Larger trees with little variation in tree size
Mature with multilayered mul·ti·lay·ered
Consisting of or involving several individual layers or levels. canopy:Larger trees with more than one canopy layer
Structurally complex:Larger trees with some very large trees and more than one canopy layer
Existing old forest: Stands currently 200 years or older
Structural legacies:Larger trees mixed in with younger stands