- Here are entered works on woody debris, such as logs, stumps, tree tops, and branches, left on the ground after logging and other forestry practices.
- Debris, Logging
- Forest slash
- Logging debris
- Logging residue
- Logging slash
- Residue, Logging
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: LC database, Apr. 21, 1990 (forest slash, logging residue)
- found: Dunster, J.A. Dict. of natural resource management, c1996 (slash: Debris left as a result of forest and other vegetation being altered by forestry practices and other land-use activities (e.g., timber harvesting, thinning and pruning, road construction, seismic line clearing, etc.). Slash includes material such as logs, splinters or chips, tree branches and tops, uprooted stumps, and broken or uprooted trees and shrubs.)
- found: The dict. of forestry, c1998 (slash: the residue, e.g., treetops and branches, left on the ground after logging or accumulating as a result of storm, fire, girdling, or delimbing)
Here are entered works on woody debris, such as logs, stumps, tree tops, and branches, left on the ground after logging and other forestry practices.
- 2002-05-09: new
- 2006-02-28: revised
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