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Library guide to assist students looking for information on silviculture practices.
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Two Lab assignments require using library resources to locate additional information on particular aspects of nurseries and early stand management. These are intended to complement your field notes from site visits and other class readings for your final write up.   These assignments are linked below.


Course description

Using an actual stand and real data, we will cultivate systematic approaches for: 1) characterizing site conditions and limiting factors; 2) harmonizing multiple management objectives; 3) modeling long-term responses to silvicultural manipulations; 4) assessing environmental impacts; 5) building public acceptance; and 6) communicating alternatives and rationales for decisions. This expanded course will allow a deeper project experience and more integration among the faculty in the co-requisite course, and providing the lab component of three other inter-related forest management courses.


Natural Resources -- Library Contacts

Whenever you have questions about the Library send them to:




OSU Libraries on the Web

Be sure you can locate the the OSU Libraries Home Page and from there use the "FIND IT" tab find these three links:

Another useful link under FIND IT is "Rearch Guides" which takes you to a list of :

  • Discipline Guides  (general guides for forestry, engineering, etc.) and
  • Course Guides (guides for specific classes, like this one)

In addition, the suggestions below are not specific to this class but you may find them interesting.


Library Workshops and Webinars

E-Campus Webinar schedule 

Undergraduate Workshop Schedule: and Graduate & Faculty Workshop Schedule Offered on-campus, registration required (though anyone welcome).  Sessions are offered multiple times during the term. 



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