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Public debate has stimulated interest in finding greater compatibility among forest management regimes. The debate has often portrayed management choices as tradeoffs between biophysical and socioeconomic components of ecosystems. Here we focus on specific management strategies and emphasize broad goals such as biodiversity, wood production and habitat conservation while maintaining other values from forestlands desired by the public. We examine the following proposition: Commodity production (timber, nontimber forest products) and the other forest values (biodiversity, fish and wildlife habitat) can be simultaneously produced from the same area in a socially acceptable manner. Based on recent research in the Pacific Northwest, we show there are alternatives for managing forest ecosystems that avoid the divisive arena of 'either-or' choices. Much of the work discussed in this book addresses two aspects of the compatibility issue. First, how are various forest management practices related to an array of associated goods and services? Second, how do different approaches to forest management affect relatively large and complex ecosystems?
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1. Compatible Forest Management: Background and Context.- 2. The Production Possibilities Approach to Understanding and Modeling Compatibility.- 3. Compatible Management of Red Alder-Conifer Ecosystems in Southeastern Alaska.- 4. Managing Structural and Compositional Diversity with Silviculture.- 5. Experimental Approaches to Joint Forest Production.- 6. Modeling Stand Growth and Management.- 7. Modeling Landscape Management.- 8. The Importance of Scale in Assessing the Compatibility of Forest Commodities and Biodiversity.- 9. Landscape Management: Diversity of Approaches and Points of Comparison.- 10. Contemporary Management Regimes in the Pacific Northwest: Balancing Biophysical and Economic Concerns.- 11. Managing for Wood Quality.- 12. Compatible Management of Understory Forest Resources and Timber.- 13. Managing Access to Nontimber Forest Products.- 14. Managing for Wildlife: A Key Component for Social Acceptance of Compatible Forest Management.- 15. Social Values and Compatible Forest Management.- 16. Fostering Compatible Forest Resource Management: The Conditional Nature of Social Acceptability.- 17. The Search for Compatibility: What Have We Learned?.

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