The REG showed significant improvement (P<0.05) in RSP ([DELTA] = -20.26%), SRWC
([DELTA]= -10.30%), PTTs ([DELTA] = -18.50%), W10m ([DELTA] = -23.48%), RVDP ([DELTA] = -34.85%), and AI ([DELTA] = -15.37%) in relation to the pre-test.
Although the estimated impact rates quantify the recent (during and after the year 2000) salmon fishing-induced mortality (hereafter "fishery mortality") on SRWC, this period follows the implementation of conservation measures designed to reduce impacts on SRWC and changes in ocean fisheries owing to management measures intended for other stocks.
In this article, we describe a model for the hindcasting of fishery impact rates to assess the implications for SRWC fishing mortality resulting from changes in California salmon fisheries that have occurred over the past 35 years.
Mary's Paper and one of the projects officers for the SRWC
, gave an overview of paper transportation issues identified in collaboration with colleagues at GAA and TAPPI at the 2001 GAA conference.
Growing SRWCs on agricultural land could provide economic benefit to struggling farmers and help alleviate the shortage of harvestable-age aspen.
Advantages of growing trees as SRWCs on agricultural land include:
were used in fermentation processing because it is a wet process and is best aligned with the high moisture content of the feedstock.
The LCI data include three biofuel feedstock collection alternatives: (1) forest residuals, (2) thinnings, and (3) SRWC serving three liquid bioprocessing alternatives (A1) pyrolysis, (A2) gasification, and (A3) fermentation (Table 1).
Alternatively, when ethanol was produced by fermentation of willow (an SRWC) substituting for gasoline (Budsberg et al.
Forest sector models used to make projections in regional and national studies, such as the periodic Timber Assessments and Updates (e.g., 8), by the USDA Forest Service, have not included SRWC options.
Simulation of SRWC production on agricultural land using FASOM requires the introduction of SRWC production possibilities.