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  Update-1
The U.S. South’s Timber Sector in 2005: A Prospective Analysis of Recent Change

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  Summary Report
A Detailed Summary of the Technical Report

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Technical Report

  Chapter 1 (TERRA-1):
Terrestrial Ecosystems

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  Chapter 2 (TERRA-2):
The History of Native Plant Communities in the South

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  Chapter 3 (TERRA-3):
Human Influences on Forest Wildlife Habitat

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  Chapter 4 (TERRA-4):
Effects of Forest Management On Terrestrial Ecosystems

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  Chapter 5 (TERRA-5):
Maintaining Species in the South

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  Chapter 6 (SOCIO-1):
Land Use

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  Chapter 7 (SOCIO-2):
Socio-Demographics, Values, and Attitudes

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  Chapter 8 (SOCIO-3):
Policies, Regulations, and Laws

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  Chapter 9 (SOCIO-4):
Motivation for Private Forest Land Owners

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  Chapter 10 (SOCIO-5):
Local Economic Impacts of Forests

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  Chapter 11 (SOCIO-6):
Forest-Based Outdoor Recreation

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  Chapter 12 (SOCIO-7):
Forests and the Quality of Life

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  Chapter 13 (TIMBR-1):
Timber Products Supply and Demand

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  Chapter 14 (TIMBR-2):
Intensive Timber Management Practices

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  Chapter 15 (TIMBR-3):
Forest Operations Technology

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  Chapter 16 (HLTH-1):
Forest Area and Conditions

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  Chapter 17 (HLTH-2):
Impact of Pests on Forest Health

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  Chapter 18 (HLTH-3):
Abiotic Factors

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  Chapter 19 (AQUA-1):
Water Quality in the South

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  Chapter 20 (AQUA-2) :
Forested Wetlands

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  Chapter 21 (AQUA-3):
Forestry Impacts on Water Quality

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  Chapter 22 (AQUA-4):
Best Management Practices in the South

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  Chapter 23 (AQUA-5):
Aquatic Animals and their Habitats

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  Chapter 24 (BACKGROUND HISTORY):
Historical Overview of the Southern Forest
Landscape and Associated Resources

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  Chapter 25 (BACKGROUND FIRE):
Fire in Southern Forest Landscapes

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  APPENDIX: GLOSSARY
Definitions of Terms
  APPENDIX: SPECIES NAMES
Scientific Names of Species

This online report presents information from the following printed reports:

Summary
Wear, David N.; Greis, John G. 2002. Southern forest resource assessment: summary report. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-54. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 103 p.

Technical Report
Wear, David N.; Greis, John G., eds. 2002. Southern forest resource assessment. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-53. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 635 p.

Update-1
Wear, David N.; Carter, Douglas R.; Prestemon, Jeffrey. 2007. The U.S. South’s timber sector in 2005: a prospective analysis of recent change. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-99. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 29 p.

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