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National Individual Tree Species Atlas by
Call Number: A 13.110/18:15-01
Publication Date: 2015-09-02
"This reference volume covers each tree species in the United States and precisely where each species is likely to grow and not grow. This illustrated work will benefit silviculturists, foresters, geneticists, researchers, botanists, wildlife habitat biologists, landscape ecologists—essentially anyone involved in natural resources management, monitoring impacts of climate change or visiting America's forests and landscapes." See https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/001-001-00703-0
Planning and Layout of Small-Stream Diversions
"This guide serves as a reference for Forest Service personnel and water users evaluating options for diversion infrastructure and management on streams less than about 50 feet wide. Topics include layout, operation, and maintenance of structures for water diversion; water control and measurement; and structures for fish protection [...]." See Section 1.1, Purpose of the Guide
Restoration of Forests, Grasslands, and Wetlands Damaged by Off-Highway Vehicles by
Call Number: A 13.137:1223 1801-SDTDC
Publication Date: 2014
"The purpose of this guide is to provide information on recognizing damage caused by Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV) to ecosystems. It also provides information on how to restore ecosystems." See section titled "Purpose"
Wildlife Habitat Basics : A Series of 52 Short Articles on Wildlife Conservation by
Call Number: A 57.2:W 63/2
Publication Date: 2004
These short articles provide useful details for how different kinds of wildlife habitats can be managed to provide attractive dwellings for a wide array of species. Articles are a page each.
Fire Management Today (Electronic Journal)
Published by the US Forest Service, Fire Mangement Today covers all aspects of wildland fire, including firefighter safety. Read in electronic format.
Rare, Declining, and Poorly Known Butterflies and Moths (lepidoptera) of Forests and Woodlands in the Eastern United States by
Call Number: A 13.110/18:2011-01
Publication Date: 2011
Forest Pest Insects in North America : A Photographic Guide by
Call Number: A 13.110/18:2012-02
Publication Date: 2013
"The information in this publication is intended to help foresters. urban landscaping employees, or others working with trees recognize some of the common native and nonnative pest insects affecting trees in North America, and understand their life cycles and how they damage trees." See Preface