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A Total Forest Management Plan
and Wildland Management
Decision Support System

 
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The following are units, Trevey Elements, currently available or under development. They are intended to be used within a large region of similar land owners, typically the mid-Atlantic region of the US. When selected and assembled into a "book" or plan, they may provide each owner comprehensive guidance for land use decisions. In first deliveries to a client, units will probably be selected and combined "manually" into a single document that can be addressed on the Internet. Of course the entire book or any parts can be printed and used in various ways. Later, an automated procedure will be used to produce books (or a CD) having units that are relevant only to a tract of land or region (e.g., no coastal wetland materials for ownerships within high mountains).

A grouping of topics (categories in bold) denies totality of the system, but here grouping and organization is done anyway due to customary and expected patterns in documents. The organization is irrelevant because there are massive linkages within The Trevey that are part of the ecology of the land, the staffs, and the system itself. (Nevertheless, one suggested organization may be useful in some situations.) There is much contained within the system, but it links to much more, all required to attempt to do the enormous task of modern, sophisticated rural and wildland resource management.

Suggestion: To find a file on a topic of interest, do a key-word search using "Search" or "Find" with the Edit button on the top of most screens.

The numbers for each file may change as files are entered, combined, or their location is moved.

Trevey Elements

    Introduction to the System

  1. Introduction
  2. Title page
  3. Title page2
  4. Title page3
  5. Contributors
  6. System Disclaimer
  7. Brief Marketing Elements of Lasting Forests
  8. Philosophy of R*management
  9. Analytical Structure for Rural Systems
  10. System01
  11. The Total Paradigm
  12. Total: Support
  13. Parallel Planning Concepts
    (US Wildlife Refuge System)
  14. Contents II - Alphabetical List ofTrevey Elements
  15. Contents I - This Element Now Lists all of the Files Currently within The Trevey. Elements are being revised and added Frequently
  16. Field Form Codes
  17. Type Codes
  18. Type and Tract Codes
  19. Manual
  20. One Set of Forms (typically in hand-held field computer)
  21. Report 1
  22. An Invitation for Forest Land Owners
    Introductory and General Information
  23. The Index and Introduction
  24. A Glossary of Rural-Related Words and Phrases
  25. Species-Specific Management Prescriptions (about 130 files)
  26. Coefficients
  27. Credo
  28. Obituary for Mr. Trevey
  29. Privacy Policy
  30. Leads
  31. Local Contacts, Services, and Support Addresses
  32. Legal Dimensions
  33. Sample Crop Fields Lease
  34. Gifts and Opportunities
  35. Friends of the Area
  36. Neighbors
  37. Innovations
  38. Community Finance
  39. Financial Note
  40. Hazards (Recreational etc.)
  41. Conflicts and Their Resolution
    Objectives
  42. List of Objectives
  43. Objectives1
  44. Objectives2
  45. Formulating Your Specific Objectives
  46. Sustainability
  47. Risk and its Role in the Objectives
  48. Taxes
  49. Shaping Policy
  50. Prospects
    Area Description
  51. Time Concepts
  52. History of the Area
  53. History Notes
  54. Home Place
  55. Planned GIS Maps for the Area
  56. Area Location Chapter
  57. Client's Location to be combined with the above
  58. Boundary
  59. General Comments from
    Neighbors, Past Owners, and Others
  60. Land Purchase Concepts
  61. Roads
  62. Roads 2
  63. Gates and Road Closures
  64. Alpha Units
  65. Latitude and Longitude relations
  66. Geomorphology
  67. Land Relief and Morphology
  68. References on Land Relief
  69. Karst Topography
    and Caves of the Area
  70. Highwalls (surface mining)
  71. Gob Piles (mining residue)
  72. Erosion and Landslides
  73. Soil Movement Management
  74. Pseudosoils and Their Management
  75. Soil Sampling
  76. Soil Legislation
  77. Elevations
  78. Aspects (Direction of Slopes)
  79. Site Index and the SIE
  80. Slopes
  81. Slopes 2
  82. Flatlands: Alternative Aspect Analysis
  83. Climate
  84. Solar Radiation
  85. Day Length
  86. Temperatures Over Time
  87. Air Quality
  88. Local Time of Daylight and Twilight
    People in Resource Management
  89. Human Populations
  90. Family Planning Issues
  91. Ranging: Ecotourism,
    Local Sight-seeing, and Outdoor Recreation
  92. Outdoor Recreation
  93. Learning System Potentials
  94. Education
  95. Using the Radio
  96. A Webzine
  97. Provisions for the Handicapped
  98. Decision Alternatives
  99. The Wildland Crew (Organization)
  100. Wildland Walkers (Organization)
  101. The Tours Group
  102. Trail Management
  103. Campsites
    Esthetics
  104. Views and Scenes- Landscape Issues
  105. Autumn Colors
  106. Beauty: Visual Quality and Viewscapes
  107. Signs
    Overarching and Process Elements
  108. Introduction to Ecology
  109. Ecological Services
  110. Adaptive Management
  111. Validity
  112. Waste Management
  113. Baseline Study Concepts
    (Ecology, etc.) and Sustainability
  114. Picture Points
  115. Lightning
  116. Wind
  117. Soundscapes and Noise Management
  118. Lunar Forces
  119. Riparian 1
  120. Pest Management
  121. Lyme Disease
  122. Landscape Ecology
  123. ORV's - Offroad Vehicles
  124. Wildlife Law Enforcement and Security
  125. Vandalism
  126. The Trevey Trespass Management System
  127. Marketing
  128. Interest Rates and Their Effects
  129. International Topics
  130. Alternative Energy
  131. Inheritables and the Limits to Energy (embodied energy)
  132. Ecosystem Management
  133. Consequence Tables
  134. Adaptive Management
  135. Agroforestry
  136. Shooting Areas: Gun and Archery
    Fauna
  137. Over 130 brief, species-specific sets of recommendations for managing animals
  138. Endangered and Threatened Species
  139. Wild Animals
  140. Wildlife 1
  141. Vertebrate Damage
  142. Richness and Biodiversity
  143. Variety : Biodiversity
  144. Species Richness as Biodiversity
  145. Managed Space (the n-dimensional hyperspace)
  146. Game
  147. Steelshot (used in hunting)
  148. A Note on Farm Wildlife
  149. Forest Wildlife Management Note
  150. Managing Wildlife Cover
  151. Edge and Border Analyses
  152. FoodPlots and Wildlife Clearings
  153. Salt for Wildlife and Livestock
  154. Hard and Soft Mast (for wildlife)
  155. Hedge Rows
  156. Covey - A Potential Quail Management Unit
  157. A Bobwhite Quail System
  158. Mammals
  159. The Raccoon Group
  160. The Deer Group - Analyses of the local condition
  161. A Potential Local Deer-Related Organization - Invitation
  162. Coyote of the Nature Folks Organization
  163. Bats
  164. Birds
  165. Grouse
  166. Grouse Observer Hip Pocket Aid
  167. Wild Turkey Group
  168. Wild Turkey Age Card
  169. Indicator Species
  170. Reptiles
  171. Salamanders
  172. Suggested Hunting Lease
  173. The Gypsy Moth
  174. Butterfly Management
  175. Predation
  176. Predators
  177. Feral Dogs
  178. Feral Domestic Cats
  179. Crayfish
  180. Urban Wildlife Note
    Plants (Other than Trees)
  181. Cover Type of the Region
  182. Ecoregions
  183. Browse
  184. Cattails (in wetland management)
  185. Ginseng
  186. Honeysuckle (exotic weed; forage; cover)
  187. Kudzu (exotic weed)
  188. Pawpaws (shrub species)
  189. Poison Ivy
    (identification and treatment of rashes)

    Aquatic Systems see The Fishery
  190. Hand-Held Computer Form for Streams
  191. Crescent - Alternative Watershed
  192. The Fishery
  193. Canoe and Kayak Use Management
  194. Ponds and Wildlife Waterholes
  195. Precipitation
  196. Fish Diversity
  197. Fish Known for an Area
  198. Waterfowl
  199. Waterholes for Wildlife (see Ponds)
  200. Wetland Wildlife : Note
  201. Stream01
  202. Stream Debris
  203. Fishery Action: A Note
  204. Water Quality Management
  205. Fog Drip
  206. Mine Drainage
  207. Moisture Relations
  208. Evapotranspiration
  209. Ancient Forest Streams
    Pasture and Range Systems
  210. Pasture and Range Group
  211. Pasture 2
    The Forest
  212. Ancient Forests (old-growth issues)
  213. Wilderness
  214. Preserving Stands
  215. Introduction to the Forestry Group
  216. Further Notes on the Forestry Group
  217. Forestry: General Notes
  218. Forestry01
  219. Forestry02
  220. Dead and Down Logs and Debris
  221. Dead and Down Woods
  222. Roots
  223. Forest Snags
  224. Snags
  225. Specific Gravity of Woods
  226. Decomposition
  227. Understory
  228. The Forest Canopy
  229. Thinning
  230. Sequestering Carbon
  231. Land Health, a Leopold Concept Within The Trevey
  232. The Square-Knot Procedure (Alternative "Silviculture")
  233. Stand Areas
  234. Stand Ages
  235. Stem Density
  236. A Tape for Estimating Stem Density
  237. Hardwood System Design
  238. A Pineland Management Subsystem
  239. Forest Size and It's Effects
  240. Layers within Forests and Ecosystems
  241. Mushrooms and Mycorhizzae
  242. Conifers
  243. Logging
  244. Logging Policy
  245. SmartWood
  246. A FSC Certification Note
  247. FSC Principles
  248. Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Glossary (used with Principles and Standards for Certification
  249. Forest Stewardship Council Standards
  250. Clearcuts - FSC Appendix
  251. Certification Inspection Schedule
  252. Trees - Silvics Notes
  253. Christmas Trees
  254. Christmas Tree - Appendix B
  255. Christmas Tree - Appendix C
  256. Christmas Tree - Appendix D
  257. Christmas Tree - Appendix E
  258. Wildfire Management
  259. Mountain Homes and Fire Risks
  260. Firewood
  261. Firewood References
  262. A Walnut Plantation
  263. A Walnut Subsystem
  264. Stratifying to Germinate Walnuts
  265. Lands Unsuitable for Timber Production (withdrawals)
  266. A Multi-product System
  267. Wood Bales
  268. The Lump Box (a minor potential product of Rural System)
  269. Suggested Timber Sale Contract (Private Lands)
  270. Contracts
    Action Today for the Future
  271. Feedforward
  272. Advanced Rural System Planning
  273. Planning for Planning
  274. Land Use Controls
    References
  275. References and Literature Citations

There is much to be done. It need not be done over, and over, and over ... probably with high cost and unequal quality. Your suggestions and assistance are requested. Whatever we do in creating The Trevey, doing it together can probably make it and its effects on the land better than if we try to do it alone. If we cannot build it now, maybe someone in the future can do so. Starting, with a design, is not a bad idea.

Bob Giles, November, 2001

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