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Author(s):
Penelope A. Latham, Raymond C. Shearer, Kevin L. O'Hara
Year Published:

Cataloging Information

Topic(s):
Fire History
Fuels
Fuel Treatments & Effects
Ecosystem(s):
Montane wet mixed-conifer forest, Montane dry mixed-conifer forest

NRFSN number: 11239
FRAMES RCS number: 12505
Record updated:

Miller Creek, on the Flathead National Forest in northwest Montana, is a demonstration forest, showing up to 30 years of forest change after clearcutting and a wide range of fire treatments in 1967 and 1968. Differences in tree regeneration and vegetation development are explained for units that were clearcut and prescribed burned, clearcut and burned by wildfire, clearcut and unburned, and uncut and burned by wildfire. This guide discusses these changes, and visitors can see them as they walk the trails within the Miller Creek Demonstration Forest.

Citation

Latham, Penelope A.; Shearer, Raymond C.; O'Hara, Kevin L. 1998. Miller Creek Demonstration Forest- a forest born of fire: a field guide. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-7. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 68 p.
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