Klamath Falls Record of Decision and Resource Management Plan

Klamath Falls Record of Decision

Klamath Falls District Resource Management Plan Table of Contents:

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- Appendices

Index

Access 15,20,22,24, 28,34,47,52,56,57,60,65,66,75, 77,78,81

Adaptive management 6, 10, 24,80-82, 85

Aquatic Conservation Strategy 3,7,-9,12-18,28,29,32,35,36,45,52,53,56,57,61-63,65-67,

71,72,74,76,77,81,83

Area of critical environmental concern 22, 51,52,56,81

Back country byway 47, 50, 52

Best management practices 13,28-30, 35, 39, 71, 82

Biological diversity 5,6,7,22,31,37,64

Budget 9, 84

Commercial forest land 6

Communication sites 66-68

Connectivity/diversity 6, 22

Consistency 14,28,67, 72,76

Coordination and consultation 77

Corridor 20,26,45,49,66,67,82

Cultural Resources 43, 47

District Designated Reserves (See Late-successional/district designated reserves)

Ecological health 5-7,62

Ecological Principles 6, 7

Endangered species 3,18, 21, 22, 36,38,51, 77,82, 86

Energy 8, 16,17,29, 59,60, 67

Fire/fuels management 16,24, 75

Fish 29,31, 35, 37-40, 45,47,63,65-68, 71,72,77, 82

Flood plains 29

Forage 34-36,38,64

General forest management area 6,22,26,33,44,46,55,77

Green trees 7,20,23-27,31,33,56,57

Habitat diversity 8,29,33,45

Hazardous materials 74

Herbicides 17, 46, 53, 56

Issues 4,31,44,49-51,81,82,85

Key watershed 8,9,17,28,29,35,56, 67,71, 73,82,86

Land tenure 64,65

Land use allocation 5-10,66-68, 71,74-76,78

Late-successional/district designated reserves 5-7,11,18-24,

31,32,36,40,53,56,57,62,63,65,67,71,73,74,77

Livestock 62-64

livestock 17,21,30,31,34,47,62-64

Matrix 5-7,11,12, 22-27,31,33,36,38,40, 44,46,55-57,77

Minerals 2, 15,20,25,59-62

Mining 15,20,25,28, 50,59,61,62

Monitoring 57,62-64,82,85,86

monitoring 6,9,10,15,27,29,31,38,46,55,57, 62-64,78,80-86

National back country byway 47, 50, 52

Northern spotted owl 2,3, 5,18, 23, 38, 77

Noxious weeds 4,73,74, 83

Off-highway vehicles 28,51

Old growth 3,7,18,22-24,32-34,38,42,45,49,51,55

Pacific Yew 4

Planning criteria 4

Range management 35

Recovery plan 3, 36, 38

Recreation 15-17,20,22, 25, 28, 31,35, 36, 41, 42,44-53, 56, 65,68,71,82, 84

Reforestation 55

Research 6,11,22,24,30,31,41,42, 51, 59, 66,68, 80,81,85,86

Research Natural Area 11, 22, 41, 42,59,66, 68

Rights-of-way 20, 21,25, 66-68, 73

Riparian Reserves 3,6,8,9,11-18,22,28,29,32,35,36,45,49,52,53,56,57,61-63,

65-67,71,72,76,77,82,86

Riparian-wetland area 8,23,27,28,29,33,39,56,63, 64

Roads 4,8,9,14,15,17,19,20,25,27,28,31,34,35,38,41-42,46,50-52,57,61,66,71-73,84

Rural interface areas 44,46,57,72,75

Salvage 13,14,19,20,24,25,42,55,73

Scenic resources 42,43

Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Special Attention Species 11

Sensitive species 11,36,37,39

Snags 7, 19,20,22-27,31,33, 34, 38, 55, 56, 75-77

Soil 13,14,23,24,27,28,30,31,51,56,63, 64,71,72,77

Special forest/natural products 21,57

Special Habitats 31, 33,34, 55,57, 72

Spotted owl 2, 3,5,18,19,22-24,38,77,81

Thinning 19,20,24,25,30,34,53,55,57,84

Threatened and endangered species 18, 22, 38, 86

Visual resources 43,49,66

Water Quality 3, 7, 9, 16, 28,29, 51, 56, 71,72, 77, 78, 82, 86

Watershed analysis 8-10, 12-14,17, 20, 21, 28-31, 35-37, 43, 44, 46, 49-52, 55, 56, 63, 72, 75, 77, 81-83,85

Watershed restoration 8,9,17, 21, 29

Wild and scenic rive 4,6, 16,29,44,45

Wild horse 64

Wildlife 2-4,8,12,16-18,21,22,29-33, 35-42,45,47,48,50-52,55-57,

60,63,64,66,68, 71,77, 78,82

Woody debris 7,8,14,16,17,19-21,23-27,29,33,35,55,57,73,75-77

Yew 4