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Appendix A - Biological assessment, TCEF research project for Lewis and Clark National Forest

Author(s): Donald Godtel
Year Published: 1998

An environmental analysis has been prepared which describes and evaluates the management alternatives for the timber harvest and burning within the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest (TCEF) project area. The project area lies within the headwaters of the Tenderfoot drainage of the Lewis and Clark National Forest. The purpose of this biological assessment is to review the possible effects of the preferred alternative on endangered, threatened, proposed and candidate species and their habitats in order to determine whether or not a 'may adversely affect' situation exists. This assessment, which was first written in 1997 was updated in 1998 to reflect the status of lynx.

Citation: Godtel, Donald. 1998. Appendix A - Biological assessment - TCEF research project for Lewis and Clark National Forest. Great Falls, MT: USDA Forest Service, Lewis and Clark National Forest. 7 p.
Topic(s): Fire Effects, Ecological - Second Order, Wildlife, Fire & Wildlife, Mammals, Carnivores, Fuel Treatments & Effects, Management Approaches, National Environmental Policy and Review Act (EPA), Fuels
Ecosystem(s): Subalpine wet spruce-fir forest, Subalpine dry spruce-fir forest, Montane wet mixed-conifer forest, Montane dry mixed-conifer forest
Document Type: Management or Planning Document
NRFSN number: 11505
FRAMES RCS number: 13287
Record updated: May 24, 2018