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MICHIGAN FORESTS FOREVER TEACHERS GUIDE

 


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Website Glossary, click here.

Video Tape Suggestions, click here.

American Forest Foundation.  http://www.affoundation.org

Barnes, B.V. and W.H. Wagner.  2004.  Michigan Trees.  The University of Michigan Press.  448 pages. 

Botti, W.B. and M.D. Moore.  2006.  Michigan's State Forests: A Century of Stewardship.  Michigan State University Press, Dave Dempsey Environmental Study Series.  256 pages.

Burt, William.  1981.  Mammals of the Great Lakes Region.  The University of Michigan Press.  246 pages. 

Center for Agricultural & Environmental Research & Training, Inc., www.caert.net, click on the “products” link, Environmental Resources Lesson Plan Library CD-ROM, Product No  3256

Chase, Clarence D., R.E. Pfeifer, and J.S. Spencer, Jr.  1970.  The Growing Timber Resource of Michigan 1966.   Resource Bulletin NC-9. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. 62 pages.

Daniels. Jess.  1995.  "The Role of Applied Genetics in Silvicultural Systems".  A Workshop for Forest Resource Professionals and Administrators.  13-14 July, 1995.  Cloquet Forestry Center.  Cloquet, Minnesota.

Dickmann, Donald.  2004.  Michigan Forest Communities.  Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-30000.  158 pp.

Dickmann, Donald and L.A. Leefers.  2003.  "The Forests of Michigan".  The University of Michigan Press.  297 pages.

Evers, D.C.  1992.  A Guide to Michigan's Endangered Wildlife.  The University of Michigan Press.  104. pp.

Forestry Tools.  Supply companies include Forestry Suppliers and Ben Meadows

Gleason, H.A. and A. Cronquist.  1963.   Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada.   D. Van Nostrand Company, New York, New York.  810 pages.

Gleick, P.H.  1996.  Water Resources.  In Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, ed. by S.H. Schneider.   Oxford University Press, New York, vol. 2.  pp. 817-823.

GLFA (Great Lake Forestry Alliance).  1996.   Tourism & Recreation; Lake States Forest Facts.  Great Lakes Forestry Alliance, Hayward, Wisconsin.  2 pages.

Harding. J.H. and J.A. Holman.  1999.  Michigan Frogs, Toads, and Salamanders.  Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2350.  144 pp.

Harding. J.H. and J.A. Holman.  1997.  Michigan Turtles and Lizards.  Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2234.  94 pp

Harlow, W.M. and E.S. Harrar.  1969.   Textbook of Dendrology.  McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, New York.  512 pages. 

Holman. J.A. and J.H. Harding.  2006.  Michigan Snakes.  Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2000.  74 pp.

Kershaw, L.  2006.  Trees of Michigan.  Lone Pine Publishing.  272 pages.

Leatherberry, Earl C. and J.S. Spencer, Jr. 1993.   Michigan Forest Statistics, 1993. Resource Bulletin NC-170. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.   144 pages.

Marchand, Peter J.  1996.  Life In The Cold.  University Press of New England, Hanover, New Hampshire.  304 pages. 

McDonough, Maureen, et al.  1999.   The Role of Natural Resources in Community and Regional Economic Stability in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.  Research Report 568.  Agricultural Experiment Station, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.  88 pages plus maps.

Michigan DNR.  2000.  "Michigan Forest Products Industry".  Website URL:  www.dnr.state.mi.us/wood/

Miles, Patrick D., C.M. Chen, and E.C. Leatherberry.  1995.   Minnesota Forest Statistics, 1990, Revised.  Resource Bulletin NC-158.    U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, Minnesota.  138 pages.

MSU Extension and Michigan Sea Grant.  2000.  Great Lakes Basin.  Bulletin E-1865 through E-1870.  Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.  6 maps with tables and text.

MSU Extension.  1997.  Identifying Trees of Michigan.  Extension Bulletin E-2332.  Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.  23 pages.

NASA Visible Earth Website  (http://visibleearth.nasa.gov/).  2001.   Image downloads for the "Great Lakes Page" in the Environment Section of the Michigan Forests Forever Teachers Guide. 

Nielsen. M.C.  1999.  Michigan Butterflies & Skippers.  Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2675.  248 pp.

Odum, Eugene.  1971.  Fundamentals of Ecology.  W.B. Saunders Company.  574 pages.

Owen, Oliver.  1971. Natural Resource Conservation, An Ecological Approach.  MacMillan Company, New York, New York.  593 pages.

Petrides, G.A.  1972.  A Field Guide to Trees and Shrubs (Peterson Field Guide Series).  Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Massachusetts.  428 pages.

Potter-Witter, Karen and J. Stevens.  1996.   Michigan Forest Economy; The Facts.  Publications and Design, Division of University Relations, Michigan State University.  Pamphlet.

Powell, Douglas S., J.L. Faulkner, D.R. Darr, Z. Zhu, and D.W. MacCleery.  1992.  Forest Resources of the United States, 1992.  General Technical Report RM-234.  Fort Collins, CO.   U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.  132 pages + map.

Rehder, Alfred.  1940.  Manual of Cultivated Trees and Shrubs Hardy in North America.  MacMillan Company, New York, New York.  996 pages.

Schmidt, Thomas.  1996.  Wisconsin Forest Statistics, 1996.  Resource Bulletin NC-183.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, Minnesota.   150 p.

Schmidt-Nielsen, Knut.  1979.  Animal Physiology.   Cambridge University Press.  560 pages. 

Smith, Brad W., J.L. Faulkner, and D.S. Powell.   1994.  Forest Statistics of the United States, 1992.   General Technical Report NC-168. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.  147 pages.

Smith, Norman.  1997.  Trees of Michigan and the Upper Great Lakes.  Thunder Bay Press.  178 pages.

Society of American ForestersForestry Fact Sheets.  Bethesda, Maryland.  www.safnet.org

Tubbs, Carl H.  1977.   Manager's Handbook for Northern Hardwoods in the North Central States. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-39.  North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN.  29 pages.

U.S.D.A. Forest Service.  2000.   U.S. Forest Facts and Historical Trends.  Summary from the 2000 Renewable Resources Planning Act Assessment.  Downloadable PDF document from:    http://fia.fs.fed.us/library/ForestFacts.pdf.   24 pages.

Voss, Edward G.  1972.  Michigan Flora, Part I Gymnosperms and Monocots.  Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.  488 pages.

Voss, Edward G.  1985.  Michigan Flora, Part II Dicots.   Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.  727 pages.

Voss, Edward G.  1996.  Michigan Flora, Part III Dicots Concluded.  Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.   488 pages.

Whitaker, J.O. and W.J. Hamilton.  1998Mammals of the Eastern United States.  Cornell University Press.  583. pp.


VIDEO TAPE SUGGESTIONS

Michigan Forests Forever.  1998.  Michigan Forest Resource Alliance.  23 minutes. 

The Right Choice.    Temperate Forest Foundation.  12 minutes.  Choosing a career in forestry.

A Forest Vision.      Temperate Forest Foundation.   Sustainability and the role of forest management.

Two Sides of Fire.    Temperate Forest Foundation.  15 minutes.  The roles of fire, western oriented.

The Miracle Resource.      Temperate Forest Foundation.  14 minutes.  Forests and wood as a renewable choice.

The Dynamic Forest.    Temperate Forest Foundation.  15 minutes.  Forest ecology and dynamics.

Circle of Life.    Temperate Forest Foundation.  28 minutes.  Production and consumption of natural resources.

America's Forest; A History of Resiliency and Recovery.  1993.  USDA Forest Service and the Forest History Society.    Temperate Forest Foundation.  23 minutes.  U.S. forest history since European settlement.

Materials and the Environment II.      Temperate Forest Foundation.   Global social, economic, and ecological consequences or raw material consumptive choices.  Features Dr. Jim Bowyer, University of Minnesota.

Managing Aspen in the Lake States (item 03746).  Minnesota Extension Service.  27 minutes. 

Forests:  Providing Habitat For All.  1999.  The Michigan Society of American Foresters.  14 minutes.  How wood moves from the forest to a home built in cooperation with Habitat for Humanity.  Contact Bill Sterrett.

 

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