Units (files) of RRx completed or under development

  1. Introduction to the System
    Introduction
  2. Title page
  3. Title page plus 1
  4. Contributors
  5. Dedication
  6. Personnel
  7. Brief Marketing Elements for RRx
  8. Philosophy of Q* management
  9. Multiple Use
  10. Analytical Structure for Rural Systems
  11. Preface A
  12. Preface 1
  13. Preface 3 and see Revised Preface
  14. Management Situation and Direction
  15. Exasperation - a Poem
  16. Five Es
  17. The Total Paradigm
  18. System Outline
  19. An Alternative Overview of the R* System
  20. Highest and Best
  21. Toward a Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy
  22. Studies
  23. Studies and Research Related to the Environment
  24. Suggestions
  25. The Inheritables and the Inheritance Estate
  26. Lasting ... Sustainable?
  27. Resources01
  28. Dynamic Assessment and Evaluation of the Trevey (RRx) System
  29. Describing Faunal Space
  30. Parallel Planning Concepts
    (US Wildlife Refuge System)
  31. Spans Project
  32. Trust and Easement
  33. Total - Support
  34. Forms01
  35. Field Form Codes
  36. Type Codes
  37. Type and Tract Codes
  38. One Set of Forms (typically in hand-held field computer)
  39. Mail Room
  40. An Invitation for Forest Land Owners
  41. Platform Land
  42. WKB - knowledge base
  43. Non timber Products see multiproducts
  44. Obit
  45. Webzine
  46. Planning the Trevey

  47. Introductory and General Information
    The Index and Introduction
  48. A Glossary of Rural-Related Words and Phrases
  49. Species-Specific Management Prescriptions (about 130 files)
  50. Coefficients
  51. Privacy Policy
  52. Leads
  53. International program
  54. Stress, Death, and Death,An Optional View: Lecture Notes
  55. Local Contacts, Services, and Support Addresses
  56. The Illusion of Preservation: A Global Environmental Argument for the Local Production of Natural Resources
  57. The RRx as a Learning System Using Research Results
  58. Legal Dimensions
  59. Sample Crop Fields Lease
  60. Gifts and Opportunities
  61. Friends of the Area
  62. Neighbors
  63. Local Contacts
  64. Regional Growth
  65. Innovation Areas
  66. Community Finance
  67. Financial Note
  68. Hazards (Recreational etc.)
  69. Hayfever and Allergens
  70. Conflicts and Their Resolution
    Objectives
  71. List of Objectives
  72. Objectives1
  73. Objectives2
  74. Formulating Your Specific Objectives
  75. Sustainability
  76. Risk and its Role in the Objectives
  77. Taxes
  78. Shaping Policy
  79. Cooperative
  80. Prospects

  81. Area Description
    Time Concepts
  82. History of the Area
  83. History Notes
  84. Home Place
  85. General Comments from
    Neighbors, Past Owners, and Others
  86. Planned GIS Maps for the Area
  87. Area Location Chapter
  88. Mined Areas of Tracts
  89. Mine Drain
  90. Boundary
  91. Land Purchase Concepts
  92. Roads
  93. Roads 2
  94. Gates and Road Closures
  95. Alpha Units
  96. Latitude and Longitude relations
  97. Geomorphology
  98. Land Relief and Morphology
  99. References on Land Relief
  100. Karst Topography
    and Caves of the Area
  101. Highwalls (surface mining)
  102. Gob Piles (mining residue)
  103. Mineral Resources
  104. Erosion and Landslides
  105. Soil Movement Management
  106. Pseudosoils and Their Management
  107. Soil Sampling
  108. Molybdenum
  109. Soil Legislation
  110. Elevations
  111. Aspects (Direction of Slopes)
  112. Site Index and the SIE
  113. Slopes
  114. Slope Questions
  115. Slope Classes
  116. Flatlands: Alternative Aspect Analysis
  117. Climate
  118. Snow
  119. Frost
  120. Solar Radiation
  121. Day Length
  122. Temperatures Over Time
  123. Air Quality
  124. Local Time of Daylight and Twilight

  125. People in Resource Management
    People at the Edge
  126. Human Populations
  127. Family Planning Issues
  128. The Land Owner's Sex and Planning Horizon
  129. Ranging: Ecotourism,
    Local Sight-seeing, and Outdoor Recreation
  130. Outdoor Recreation
  131. Learning System Potentials
  132. Privacy Statement
  133. Regulations
  134. Rehabilitation
  135. Education
  136. Using the Radio
  137. A Webzine
  138. Provisions for the Handicapped
  139. Decision Alternatives
  140. The Wildland Crew (Organization)
  141. Wildland Walkers (Organization)
  142. The Tours Group
  143. Trail Management
  144. Campsites

  145. Esthetics
    Views and Scenes - Landscape Issues
  146. Autumn Colors
  147. Beauty: Visual Quality and Viewscapes
  148. Signs
  149. Historic
  150. Fires and Wildland Structures
  151. Scenic Quality Management
  152. View Management
  153. Littering
  154. Vandalism
  155. Horseback Riding
  156. Tourism Notes
  157. Tours
  158. Trail system
  159. Trail Notes
  160. Trail corridor selection

  161. Overarching and Process Elements
    Waste facts
  162. Waste links
  163. Waste objectives
  164. Waste sayings
  165. Waste 01
  166. Waste plan
  167. Waste managememt
  168. Temperature converter
  169. Warmer climate
  170. Pesticide use
  171. Tractor Efficiency
  172. Observer's notes
  173. Managing Space
  174. Managing Space
  175. GIS Applications
  176. Richness Notes
  177. Fractals
  178. Introduction to Ecology
  179. Ecological Services
  180. Adaptive Management
  181. Limiting Use
  182. Validity
  183. Baseline Study Concepts
    (Ecology, etc.) and Sustainability
  184. Picture Points
  185. Powerlines
  186. Primeness
  187. Earthquake
  188. Geomagnetism
  189. Magnetism
  190. Hurricane
  191. Tornado
  192. Fire01
  193. Invasion
  194. Interspersion
  195. Lightning
  196. Wind
  197. Hail
  198. Soundscapes and Noise Management
  199. Lunar Forces
  200. Riparian 1
  201. Pest Management
  202. Lyme Disease
  203. Landscape Ecology
  204. ORV's - Offroad Vehicles
  205. Wildlife Law Enforcement and Security
  206. Vandalism
  207. The Trevey Trespass Management System
  208. Marketing
  209. Marketing select list
  210. Interest Rates and Their Effects
  211. International Topics
  212. Alternative Energy
  213. Inheritables and the Limits to Energy (embodied energy)
  214. Ecosystem Management
  215. Consequence Tables
  216. Adaptive Management
  217. Agroforestry
  218. Shooting Areas: Gun and Archery

  219. Fauna
    Insects
  220. Over 130 brief, species-specific sets of recommendations for managing animals
  221. Endangered and Threatened Species
  222. Wild Animals and Wildlife
  223. Squirrel Management
  224. Dove Fields
  225. Deer Damage
  226. Deer Hunters' Coop
  227. Deer Management Briefly
  228. Cottontails - Briefly
  229. Endangered
  230. Turkey Guild
  231. Turkey age and condition
  232. Turkey Group
  233. Turkey linear program
  234. Turkey research
  235. Urban willdife note
  236. Waterfowl management
  237. Vertebrate Damage
  238. Richness and Biodiversity
  239. Variety : Biodiversity
  240. Species Richness as Biodiversity
  241. Managed Space (the n-dimensional hyperspace)
  242. Game
  243. Steelshot (used in hunting)
  244. A Note on Farm Wildlife
  245. Forest Wildlife Management Note
  246. Managing Wildlife Cover
  247. Edge and Border Analyses
  248. Food Plots and Wildlife Clearings
  249. Salt for Wildlife and Livestock
  250. Hard and Soft Mast (for wildlife)
  251. Hedge Rows
  252. Covey - A Potential Quail Management Unit
  253. A Bobwhite Quail System
  254. Mammals
  255. The Raccoon Group
  256. The Deer Group - Analyses of the Local Condition
  257. Invitation to a Potential Local Deer-Related Organization - Invitation
  258. Coyote of the Nature Folks Organization
  259. Bats
  260. Wild Animals
  261. Wild1
  262. Birds
  263. Grouse
  264. Grouse Observer Hip Pocket Aid
  265. Wild Turkey Group
  266. Wild Turkey Age Card
  267. Indicator Species
  268. Reptiles
  269. Salamanders
  270. Suggested Hunting Lease
  271. The Gypsy Moth
  272. Butterfly Management
  273. Predation and Predators
  274. Rare1
  275. Feral Dogs
  276. Feral Domestic Cats
  277. Crayfish
  278. Urban Wildlife Note
  279. Raccoon Management

  280. Plants (Other than Trees)
    Planting Vegetation
  281. Plants for Wildlife
  282. Lichen
  283. Vineyards
  284. Flora of Virginia
  285. Cover Type of the Region
  286. Cover types
  287. Cover
  288. Cross spots?
  289. Edge supplement
  290. Ecoregions
  291. Browse
  292. Cattails (in wetland management)
  293. Ginseng
  294. Grapes
  295. Honeysuckle (exotic weed; forage; cover)
  296. Kudzu (exotic weed)
  297. Pawpaws (shrub species)
  298. Poison Ivy
    (identification and treatment of rashes)

  299. Aquatic Systems -
    see The Fishery
    Hand-Held Computer Form for Streams
  300. Crescent - Alternative Watershed Management
  301. Watershed report
  302. Watershed structure
  303. Wetland (6 items)
  304. The Fishery
  305. Fishery Stream
  306. Fishery list
  307. Fish and pond stocking
  308. Groundwater
  309. Water Regions
  310. Canoe and Kayak Use and Management
  311. Ponds and Wildlife Waterholes
  312. Precipitation
  313. Fish Diversity
  314. Fish Known for an Area
  315. Waterfowl
  316. Waterholes for Wildlife (see Ponds)
  317. Wetland Wildlife : Note
  318. Stream01
  319. Stream Debris
  320. Fishery Action: A Note
  321. Water Quality Management
  322. Fog Drip
  323. Mine Drainage
  324. Moisture Relations
  325. Evapotranspiration
  326. Ancient Forest Streams

  327. Pasture and Range Systems
    Pasture and Range Group
  328. Range Notes
  329. Fencing
  330. Feedlots
  331. PastureMine BigR

  332. The Forest
    Values
  333. Forest - Introduction
  334. For01
  335. Forest Biodiversity Index
  336. Forest Links
  337. Forest Group 02
  338. Forest Wildlife Note
  339. Tree Care
  340. Timber theft
  341. Ancient Forests (old-growth issues)
  342. Wilderness
  343. Preserving Stands
  344. Introduction to the Forestry Group
  345. Further Notes on the Forestry Group
  346. Forestry: General Notes
  347. Dead and Down Logs and Debris
  348. Roots
  349. Forest Snags
  350. Tree Soil Model
  351. Tree notes Density
  352. Tree appendices (8)
  353. Stumps
  354. Stumps
  355. Stumps
  356. Specific Gravity of Woods
  357. Decomposition
  358. Understory
  359. The Forest Canopy
  360. Thinning
  361. Sequestering Carbon
  362. Land Health, a Leopold Concept Within The Trevey
  363. The Square-Knot Procedure (Alternative "Silviculture")
  364. Stand Areas
  365. Stand Ages
  366. Stem Density
  367. A Tape for Estimating Stem Density
  368. Hardwood System Design
  369. A Pineland Management Subsystem
  370. Forest Size and It's Effects
  371. Layers within Forests and Ecosystems
  372. Mushrooms and Mycorhizzae
  373. Conifers
  374. Logging and Logging Policy
  375. SmartWood
  376. Shade trees
  377. Seed beds
  378. A FSC Certification Note
  379. FSC Principles
  380. Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Glossary (used with Principles and Standards for Certification
  381. Forest Stewardship Council Standards
  382. Clearcuts - FSC Appendix
  383. Certification Inspection Schedule
  384. Maryland Standards
  385. Trees - Silvics Notes
  386. Christmas Trees
  387. Sycamore
  388. Mountain Homes and Fire Risks
  389. Firewood
  390. Firewood References
  391. Sugarbush
  392. A Walnut Plantation
  393. A Walnut Subsystem
  394. Stratifying to Germinate Walnuts
  395. Lands Unsuitable for Timber Production (withdrawals)
  396. A Multi-product System
  397. Wood Bales
  398. Energy Forest
  399. Fertilizer energy
  400. Suggested Timber Sale Contract (Private Lands)
  401. Contracts

  402. Action Today for the Future
    Feedforward
  403. Monitoring
  404. Advanced Rural System Planning
  405. Planning for Planning
  406. Land Use Controls

  407. References
    References and Literature Citations
  408. References (6)