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Rural System's

RRx

The Contents of RRx

All of the following units with appropriate GIS support will be available on line to any contracted landowner or participant in RRx. Rural System is in concept form and small-unit development stage now and we seek financial support for its full development. The concepts of Phase 1 RRx seem to be informative and now independent of the availability of the fully-developed Rural System.

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  1. Capsule
  2. Contents
  3. Glossary
  4. Primary Information and Backup Sources (NCAT and Others)
  5. Comments about the Trevey
  6. Planning RRx and Rural System
  7. Rural System: Philosophy, Premises, and Assumptions
  8. Planning Regional Growth
  9. Owner's and Planning Period
  10. Secretary Notes
  11. Time
  12. Introduction for the Land Owner
  13. Preface
  14. Contributors
  15. Dedication to the Land Owner
  16. RRx Introduction: Comprehensive
  17. Shaping Policy
  18. Clusters of Ownerships
  19. Dynamic Assessment and Evaluation of the RRx System
  20. Evaluating Corporate Risks Within Rural System
  21. Working Through an Example: Sequenced Value Enhancement for Clusters
  22. The Working Parts of RRx: Movement Toward a Solution
  23. Monitoring and Feedback
  24. Feedforward
  25. Inspection Reports
  26. Personnel
  27. Conflict Resolution
  28. The Total Paradigm
  29. Ecological Impacts of Economic Activities
  30. Interest Rates
  31. Ecological Society of America: Managing Ecosystem in Climate Change
  32. Multiple Use Policy: a Note
  33. Ecosystem Monitoring and Indicator Species
  34. Human Populations and Their Management
  35. Owners and Citizens Education
  36. Local Contacts
  37. Competition
  38. Pride of Ownership
  39. Public Participation in Private Land Use Decisions?
  40. Youth Strategy
  41. The Inheritables and the Inheritance Estate
  42. Decent Work
  43. Privacy Policy and Statement
  44. Highest and Best Use Concept
  45. Farm Land Primeness
  46. Efficiency or Effectiveness?
  47. Accuracy
  48. Equifinality
  49. Variety
  50. Richness
  51. The Fishery and Biodiversity
  52. Adaptive Management
  53. Ecological Services
  54. Agroforestry
  55. Clearcutting and the Square Knot Premise
  56. Forest Beauty
  57. Flights
  58. Disclaimer Notes
  59. The Interview Form
  60. Programmers' Notes

Understanding the Ownership - The Enterprise Environment

  1. Enterprise Environment Management - Managed Space
  2. The Resource Concept
  3. A Multi-Product System and The Platform
  4. Heuristics and Hope
  5. Location
  6. Neighbors
  7. Alpha Units
  8. Crescent Management - The Watershed Management Alternative
  9. Groundwater
  10. Healthy Streams: The Group
  11. HealthyStreams Fundamentals
  12. The Riparian Volume and its Management
  13. Area Description
  14. Environmental Layers
  15. Forest Understory
  16. The Botanical Resource of the Area
  17. The Wild Terrestrial Faunal Resource
  18. Salamanders
  19. Roots
  20. Threatened, Endangered and Rare Plants and Animals
  21. Non-timber Forest Products
  22. Draft Hunting Area Lease
  23. Sample Crop Field Lease
  24. Latitude and Longitude
  25. Bio- and Geo-Magnetism
  26. Landform
  27. Map List - GIS
  28. Lunar Forces
  29. Phenology
  30. Geomagnetism
  31. Day Length and Lighting
  32. Aspect
  33. Slopes
  34. Elevations
  35. Geomorphology
  36. Available Relief
  37. Wind
  38. Hail
  39. Evapotranspiration
  40. Moisture Relations
  41. Precipitation
  42. Snow
  43. Floods and Flood Plain Management
  44. Hurricanes
  45. Catastrophe in Ecological Systems: The Tornado
  46. Barometric Pressure
  47. Ecoregions
  48. Flatlands
  49. Earthquakes and Seismic Activity
  50. Lightning
  51. Invasive Species
  52. Establishing Baselines
  53. Community Stability

The Dependent Groups

  1. Ranging
  2. The Land Force
  3. Land Force Action
  4. The Foundation
  5. Evaluating Land for Sale or Purchase
  6. The Marketing and Public Relations Strategy
  7. Uses of Radio
  8. The Mail Room
  9. Ideas and Inventions
  10. The Law and Justice Group
  11. The Legal System
  12. Safety and Security
  13. The GIS Group
  14. The Software Group
  15. The Health System
  16. Hayfever and Allergens
  17. Impaired People
  18. The Chi Concept:
    Precise Life Insurance Premiums
    as Incentives for Environmental and Human Improvement
  19. Hazards
  20. The Education Group
  21. Flora
  22. Lichen
  23. Nature Folks
  24. The Aquarium Group
  25. The Soundscape Group
  26. The Odorscapes Group
  27. The Unified Laboratory
  28. Innovation Areas
  29. Highwalls and Cliffs
  30. Blasting
  31. The Rural River Runners
  32. The Realtor Group
  33. The Certifications group
  34. The RuraLand Crew
  35. The Rural System Foresters
  36. The Forest Group
  37. Logging
  38. Lands Unsuitable for Forestry and Other Uses
  39. The Hyperhardwood Strategy
  40. Cover Types of a Region
  41. Interspersion
  42. Forest Snags or Wildlife Trees
  43. Forest Size and Profit
  44. The Raccoon Group
  45. The Fishery (also see below)
  46. Ponds
  47. Right Rural
  48. Members - The Social Network
  49. The Sculptors
  50. The Toys Group
  51. The Around (toy)
  52. The Tourism and Tours Group
  53. Notes on Viable Tourism
  54. People at the Edge
  55. The Rural River Runners
  56. Rural Reds
  57. Rural Ruffs
  58. The Pest Force
  59. Pesticides
  60. Predation Management
  61. Phosphorus
  62. Deer Damage
  63. Salt for Deer and Other Wild Animals
  64. The Biking Group
  65. The Wildland Walkers
  66. The Run Along Group
  67. The Work-at-Home Group
  68. NatureSeen
  69. Ruffed Grouse Group
  70. Stills and Clips
  71. Fog Drip - The Rural Music group
  72. Floats - Poems
  73. Stoneworms
  74. Horseback Riding and Stables
  75. Youth and Adult Camps
  76. Off-Road Vehicles
  77. Chachan - Special Villages
  78. The Advance (an organization)

Elements of the Prescription

  1. Gob Piles and Mine Tailings
  2. Acid Mine Drainage
  3. Air Quality
  4. Avi Golf or Official Avi
  5. Alternative Energy Sources
  6. The Energy of Fertilizing
  7. The Energy Group
  8. Energy Group Supplement
  9. Logging
  10. Biomass
  11. Waste Management
  12. Energy Forest
  13. Picopines
  14. Arboreta
  15. Archaeology Sites
  16. The Cemeteries Group
  17. The Memorials Group
  18. Gifts
  19. Wilderness link to Wilderness Group
  20. The Wilderness Group
  21. Autumn Leaf Color
  22. Boundaries
  23. Species-Specific Bird, Mammal, and Select Reptile Species Management
  24. Border Group
  25. Insects and Arthropods
  26. Mammals
  27. A Reptile Management System
  28. Bats
  29. Lyme Disease
  30. Karst Topography and Caves
  31. Kudzu Management
  32. Cattails
  33. Tree Top - The Sport
  34. Triathlon Potentials
  35. Shade Tree Evaluation and The Elves, Urban and Border Forest Systems
  36. View Scapes
  37. Beauty of the Forest
  38. Signs
  39. Walnut Vales
  40. Preservation
  41. Ancient and Future Forests
  42. Rural System Natural Areas
  43. Ancient Forest Streams
  44. Smartwood - Forest Certification
  45. Creating a Baseline
  46. Picture Points
  47. Litter and its Management
  48. The Forest Canopy
  49. Wild Faunal Food Plots and Clearings
  50. Preventing Vandalism
  51. Just Looking Around
  52. Waterholes
  53. Dogwood Inns
  54. Sculptors
  55. Beaver Management
  56. Beginning Beekeeping
  57. Soil Erosion
  58. Seedbeds
  59. Molybdnum
  60. Magnesium
  61. Manganese
  62. The Fence Group
  63. A Sign Sample: Limiting Use
  64. Gates
  65. The Dogs Group
  66. Good Dog - A Performance Score
  67. The Deer Group
  68. Deer Browse
  69. The Cottontail or Wild Rabbit
  70. The Wild Turkey Resource
  71. The Grouse Group
  72. The Bear Group
  73. The Goose Flock
  74. The Rabbits Group
  75. The Goats System
  76. The Sheep Group
  77. Pasture Group
  78. Feedlot
  79. The Rural Riders
  80. Insects, Arthropods, and the Butterfly Band
  81. Gingeng
  82. Special Plants - High-Value Emphasis
  83. DayLilly Garden Group
  84. Selecting Plants for Planting
  85. Plants for Wild Fauna
  86. Poison Ivy
  87. Blueberries
  88. The Bamboo Group
  89. Roads
  90. The Products Group
  91. The Products List
  92. Sourdough
  93. The Cedar Group
  94. Holiday Trees
  95. Gardens and Yards
  96. The Moss Group
  97. Camps
  98. Wildland Walkers
  99. The Trail System
  100. GPSence
  101. Shooting Areas
  102. Historic
  103. The Home Place
  104. Solid Homes
  105. Topics - Garden Objects
  106. The Owls Group
  107. Coyote - The Group
  108. The Bobcat Group
  109. Managing Domestic Cats in the Wildlands
  110. Bob White Management
  111. Covey: The Group
  112. The eBay Group
  113. Atlatl Spearing
  114. Tetra Relay Races
  115. Rural Challenge
  116. Deer Browse Analysis Procedure
  117. Honeysuckle
  118. Novosports
  119. Giant World Ball
  120. The Rural Rock Skippers
  121. Boating
  122. The Calcium: Magnesium Ratio
  123. Buying New Land
  124. Land Use Controls
  125. Landscape Ecology
  126. The Butterfly Resource
  127. Evaluating Campsites
  128. Campgrounds
  129. Canoe and Kayak Use and Management
  130. The Big Bandana
  131. Crayfish
  132. Learning System
  133. Specific Gravity -Virginia Wood
  134. Firewood
  135. Dead and Down Wood in the Forest
  136. Dogs and their Influences
  137. Dove Fields and Their Management
  138. Managing Forest Edges and Borders
  139. Managing Hedgerows
  140. Drinking Water
  141. Ponds and Swimming
  142. Poem: Exasperation
  143. Using Explosives
  144. Farm Wildlife Management
  145. Forest Wildlife Summary
  146. The Fire Force: Managing Wild Fires
  147. Preventing Wildfire Damage to Structures
  148. A Fruits and Vegetables System
  149. Clumper - A Mulch-Related Product
  150. Federal Regulations - Comments

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Revisions: December 15, 2009, January 2010