Merged Fuel WeightsEntry ID: SFP_mergedfuelweights
Abstract: We evaluated how several management schemes change fuel conditions, vegetation,
and insect populations in three upland forest types across four sites (loblolly
pine, mixed pine (2 sites), and a young longleaf pine plantation) that
represent different stages in the restoration of longleaf pine habitat. JFSP
May 2001 through August 2004 fuel data for all sites.
Fuel data in seven fuel classes (live foliage; 1-hr, 10-hr, and 100-hr time-lag
dead fuels; live stems less than 10 cm in diameter, post-burn needlecast over a
6 week period; and post-burn regrowth over a 6 week period) were collected to
determine degree of fuel consumption in prescribed burns and the amount of fuel
recovery between prescribed burns.
Data Set Citation
Dataset Originator/Creator: James D. Haywood, Alexandria Forest Center
Dataset Title: Merged Fuel Weights
Dataset Release Date: June 27, 2005
Dataset Publisher: USDA Forest Service
Start Date: 2001-01-01Stop Date: 2004-12-31
Quality Due to sampling variation, the live fuels, 1-hr and 10-hr time-lag dead fuels
are the most accurate. Data collected by the same researchers each time, is
consistent, and of good quality.
Access Constraints None
Use Constraints Please provide the appropriate citation/credit to the originator(s) or
individual/organization(s) that should receive recognition for their
contribution to the data set.
Data Set Progress
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: dhaywood at fs.fed.us
2500 Shreveport Highway
Province or State: LA
Postal Code: 71360
James D. Haywood USDA Forest Service, 2000, Conversion of Upland Loblolly
Pine-Hardwood Stands to Longleaf Pine: Does it influence fuel load, restore
native forest cover, and reduce fire danger http://jfsp.nifc.gov/JFSP_Project_Info_5.htm
James Haywood, 2003, Restoration of upland forests to longleaf pine: Does it influence fuel load, restore native forest cover, and reduce fire danger.
Haywood JD, Bauman TA, Goyer RA, Harris FL. 2003. Restoration of upland forests to longleaf pine: Does it influence fuel load, restore native forest cover, and reduce fire danger. Proceedings of the fourth Longleaf Alliance Regional Conference, Southern Pines, NC, November 17-20, 2002. Longleaf Alliance Report No. 6: 75-78.
James Haywood, 2004, Restoring upland forests to longleaf pine: initial effects on fuel load, fire danger, forest vegetation, and beetle populations.
Haywood JD, Bauman TA, Goyer RA, Harris FL. 2004. Restoring upland forests to longleaf pine: initial effects on fuel load, fire danger, forest vegetation,and beetle populations. In: Connor, Kristina F., ed. Proceedings of the 12th biennial southern silvicultural conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-71. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.P. 299-303.
James Haywood Publication Date: in press Restoring fire adapted forested
ecosystems--research in longleaf pine on the Kisatchie National Forest.
Haywood JD. In press. Restoring fire adapted forested ecosystems--research in longleaf pine on the Kisatchie National Forest. In: Proceedings of the 2005 national silviculture workshop. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-12-01
Last DIF Revision Date: 2017-08-23