NCSR: Forest Regeneration
Forest Regeneration is a field-based laboratory "that evaluates tree seedling growth and mortality and stand development as part of a reforestation project. This long-term project requires students to apply skills that are commonly used in forest management. The activity also incorporates an understanding of basic ecological principles such as ecological succession, range of tolerance, nutrient cycling and competition and engages students in an authentic data interpretation activity."
This 51-page guide outlines the module and includes five main sections: Forest Regeneration - An Evaluation of Seedling Mortality, Growth and Stand Development - Module Description, Module Procedure, Detailed Description of Forest Regeneration Laboratory, and Forest Regeneration - An Evaluation of Seedling Mortality, Growth and Stand Development in Western Oregon.
The Word document is a duplicate of the PDF guide.