Robert Deal
Robert Deal
PNW Research Station, USDA Forest Service
Verified email at fs.fed.us
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Bundling of ecosystem services to increase forestland value and enhance sustainable forest management
RL Deal, B Cochran, G LaRocco
Forest Policy and Economics 17, 69-76, 2012
1252012
The effects of partial cutting on forest plant communities of western hemlock Sitka spruce stands in southeast Alaska
RL Deal
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31 (12), 2067-2079, 2001
902001
Reconstruction of mixed hemlock–spruce stands in coastal southeast Alaska
RL Deal, CD Oliver, BT Bormann
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21 (5), 643-654, 1991
761991
The effects of partial cutting on stand structure and growth of western hemlock–Sitka spruce stands in southeast Alaska
RL Deal, JC Tappeiner
Forest Ecology and Management 159 (3), 173-186, 2002
702002
Composition and development of conifer regeneration in thinned and unthinned natural stands of western hemlock and Sitka spruce in southeast Alaska
RL Deal, WA Farr
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (5), 976-984, 1994
591994
Management strategies to increase stand structural diversity and enhance biodiversity in coastal rainforests of Alaska
RL Deal
Biological Conservation 137 (4), 520-532, 2007
542007
Ecosystem services as a framework for forest stewardship: Deschutes National Forest overview
N Smith, R Deal, J Kline, D Blahna, T Patterson, TA Spies, K Bennett
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-852. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2011
442011
Alternatives to clearcutting in the old-growth forests of southeast Alaska: study plan and establishment report.
MH McClellan, DN Swanston, PE Hennon, RL Deal, TL De Santo, ...
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-494. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2000
422000
Caring for our natural assets: an ecosystem services perspective
S Collins, E Larry
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOREST SERVICE GENERAL TECHNICAL …, 2008
392008
Development of epicormic sprouts in Sitka spruce following thinning and pruning in south‐east Alaska
RL Deal, RJ Barbour, MH Mcclellan, DL Parry
Forestry 76 (4), 401-412, 2003
332003
Stand dynamics of mixed red alder conifer forests of southeast Alaska
RL Deal, PE Hennon, EH Orlikowska, DV D'Amore
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (4), 969-980, 2004
322004
Developing silvicultural systems based on partial cutting in western hemlock–Sitka spruce stands of southeast Alaska
RL Deal, JC Tappeiner, PE Hennon
Forestry 75 (4), 425-431, 2002
312002
Lessons from native spruce forests in Alaska: managing Sitka spruce plantations worldwide to benefit biodiversity and ecosystem services
RL Deal, P Hennon, R O'Hanlon, D D'Amore
Forestry 87 (2), 193-208, 2014
252014
Giving credit where credit is due: Increasing landowner compensation for ecosystem services
GL LaRocco, RL Deal
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-842. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2011
242011
Understory plant diversity in riparian alder-conifer stands after logging in southeast Alaska
RL Deal
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 1998
231998
Sitka alder, a candidate for mixed stands
CA Harrington, RL Deal
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 12 (1), 108-111, 1982
231982
Relations between red alder composition and understory vegetation in young mixed forests of southeast Alaska
TA Hanley, RL Deal, EH Orlikowska
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (3), 738-748, 2006
222006
Assessment and valuation of forest ecosystem services: state of the science review
S Binder, RG Haight, S Polasky, T Warziniack, MH Mockrin, RL Deal, ...
Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-170. Newtown Square, PA: US Department of Agriculture …, 2017
182017
A working definition of sustainable forestry and means of achieving it at different spatial scales
CD Oliver, RL Deal
Journal of Sustainable Forestry 24 (2-3), 141-163, 2007
182007
The effects of partial cutting on stand structure and growth, and forest plant communities of western hemlock-Sitka spruce stands in southeast Alaska
RL Deal
181999
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