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Criterion II Productive Capacity of Forest Ecosystems. Jim Bowyer Department of Bio-Based Products College of Natural Resources University of Minnesota. Indicator 10 Area of forest land and net area of forest land available for timber production.

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criterion ii productive capacity of forest ecosystems

Criterion IIProductive Capacity of Forest Ecosystems

Jim Bowyer

Department of Bio-Based Products

College of Natural Resources

University of Minnesota

forest area in the upper mississippi river basin 1907 2002
Forest Area in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, 1907-2002

Thousand Acres

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

forested area in the states of the upper mississippi basin 1907 2002
Forested Area in the States of the Upper Mississippi Basin, 1907-2002

A 21% increase 1907-2002

Source: U.S. Forest Service.

forest land area by productivity class in the upper mississippi river basin
Forest Land Area by Productivity Class in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Thousand Acres

Cubic Feet per Acre per Year

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

forest land area in the 0 19 ft 3 ac yr productivity class in the upper mississippi river basin
Forest Land Area in the 0-19 ft3/Ac./Yr. Productivity Class in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Thousand Acres

Cubic Feet per Acre per Year

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

forest land area in the 20 49 ft 3 ac yr productivity class in the upper mississippi river basin
Forest Land Area in the 20-49 ft3/Ac./Yr. Productivity Class in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Thousand Acres

Cubic Feet per Acre per Year

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

forest land area in the 50 84 ft 3 ac yr productivity class in the upper mississippi river basin
Forest Land Area in the 50-84 ft3/Ac./Yr. Productivity Class in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Thousand Acres

Cubic Feet per Acre per Year

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

forest land area in the 85 119 ft 3 ac yr productivity class in the upper mississippi river basin
Forest Land Area in the 85-119 ft3/Ac./Yr. Productivity Class in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Thousand Acres

Cubic Feet per Acre per Year

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

forest land area in the 120 ft 3 ac yr productivity class in the upper mississippi river basin
Forest Land Area in the 120 ft3+/Ac./Yr. Productivity Class in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Thousand Acres

Cubic Feet per Acre per Year

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

percent of forest land available for periodic harvest by state in the upper mississippi river basin
Percent of Forest Land Available for Periodic Harvest by State in the Upper Mississippi River Basin

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

population of the upper mississippi river basin states 1952 2003 thousands
Population of the Upper Mississippi River Basin States, 1952-2003 (thousands)

46% increase 1952-2002

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Feb. 2004

population of the upper mississippi river basin states 1952 2003 thousands14
Population of the Upper Mississippi River Basin States, 1952-2003 (thousands)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Feb. 2004

forest land per capita in the upper mississippi river basin states 1952 2002 acres
Forest Land Per Capita in the Upper Mississippi River Basin States, 1952-2002 (acres)

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003 and U.S. Census Bureau, Feb. 2004

forest land per capita in illinois indiana and iowa 1952 2002 acres
Forest Land Per Capita in Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa, 1952-2002 (acres)

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003 and U.S. Census Bureau, Feb. 2004

forest land per capita in michigan minnesota missouri and wisconsin 1952 2002 acres
Forest Land Per Capita in Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin 1952-2002 (acres)

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003 and U.S. Census Bureau, Feb. 2004

forest land per capita in the upper mississippi river basin states 1952 2002 acres18
Forest Land Per Capita in the Upper Mississippi River Basin States, 1952-2002 (acres)

29% decrease 1952-2002

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003 and U.S. Census Bureau, Feb. 2004

u s forestland area per capita 1785 2002
U.S. Forestland Area Per Capita1785 - 2002

Acres

Source: U.S. Forest Service; U.S. Census Bureau.

u s forestland area per capita 1785 200220
U.S. Forestland Area Per Capita1785 - 2002

72% decline 1910-2002

Acres

Source: U.S. Forest Service; U.S. Census Bureau.

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Indicator 11Total growing stock of both merchantable and un-merchantable tree species on timberland.

net volume of softwood growing stock on timberland in the upper mississippi river basin 1953 2002
Net Volume of Softwood Growing Stock on Timberland in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, 1953-2002

Million ft3

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

net volume of softwood growing stock on timberland in the upper mississippi river basin 1953 200223
Net Volume of Softwood Growing Stock on Timberland in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, 1953-2002

Million ft3

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

net volume of hardwood growing stock on timberland in the upper mississippi river basin 1953 2002
Net Volume of Hardwood Growing Stock on Timberland in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, 1953-2002

Million ft3

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

net volume of hardwood growing stock on timberland in the upper mississippi river basin 1953 200225
Net Volume of Hardwood Growing Stock on Timberland in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, 1953-2002

Million ft3

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

indicator 13 annual removal of wood products compared to volumes determined to be sustainable

Indicator 13Annual removal of wood products compared to volumes determined to be sustainable.

net growth and harvest of softwood species by state in the upper mississippi basin 2002
Net Growth and Harvest of Softwood Species by State in the Upper Mississippi Basin 2002

Harvest

Net Growth

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

net growth and harvest of hardwood species by state in the upper mississippi basin 2002
Net Growth and Harvest of Hardwood Species by State in the Upper Mississippi Basin 2002

Source: U.S. Forest Service, FIA Data, October 2003.

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All NC

Million Cubic Feet

2897

2335

1106

Growth

551

Removals

Timber Growth, Removals, and Consumption by State

375

207

297

56

327

332

490

274

613

761

62

Source: Shifley and Sullivan, U.S.F.S. - North Central Experiment Station (2002).

117

42

22

178

34

88

370

226

66

753

174

70

144

117

267

340

65

Growing Stock Consumption

Non-growing Stock Consumption

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Indicator 14Annual removal of non-timber forest products compared to level determined to be sustainable.

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A disclaimer:All of the growth/harvest data reported herein are from the most recent RPA report. As noted on the next slide, these values differ – sometimes markedly – from FIA data for the same year.