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Published by The Service in Washington, DC .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.,
  • United States

Subjects:

  • Forests and forestry -- United States,
  • Rangelands -- United States,
  • Renewable natural resources -- United States,
  • Forest management -- United States,
  • Range management -- United States,
  • Renewable natural resources -- United States -- Management

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement1989.
SeriesForest resource report ;, no. 62
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD143 .R68 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 72 p.
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1985275M
LC Control Number90600511

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The USDA Forest Service conducts periodic assessments of the condition of all forest and rangeland resources in the Unites States under the authority of the Forest Rangeland Renewable Resource Planning Act of (RPA ). The structure of these periodic assessments allows for the synthesis and integration of the current. supply, demand, and price relationship trends. The RPA assessment provides a broad array of information about the Nation’s forests and rangelands, including the current situation and prospective area changes over the next 50 years (Alig et al. , Alig .   an analysis of the potential effects of global climate change on the condition of renewable resources on the forests and rangelands of the United States; and. an analysis of the rural and urban forestry opportunities to mitigate the buildup of atmospheric carbon dioxide and reduce the risk of global climate change. Forest Service's 5 research works with citations and reads, including: Inventories for the RPA Timber Assessment Projecting National Forest Inventories for the RPA Timber.

The Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act (RPA) of requires the Secretary of Agriculture to conduct an assessment of the Nation's renewable resources every 10 years. The original Act had four requirements for the Assessment: an analysis of present and anticipated uses, demand for, and supply of the renewable resources, with.   The Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of RPA, P.L. , 88 Stat. , as amended, directed the Secretary of Agriculture to prepare a Renewable Resources Assessment by Decem and update in and each 10th year thereafter. RPA REVIEW DRAFT March Forest Resources of the United States, A Technical Document Supporting the Forest Service Update of the RPA Assessment Abstract Oswalt, Sonja N.; Miles, Patrick D.; Pugh, Scott A.; Smith, W. Brad. Forest Resources of the UnitedFile Size: KB. The Resources Planning Act (RPA) Assessment summarizes findings about the status, trends, and projected future of forests, rangelands, wildlife and fish, biodiversity, water, outdoor.