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Chapter 95. Forest Resources and Practices
. Purpose and relationship to other laws
. Clearing of spruce trees
. Land use conversion
. Voluntary plan of operations
. Detailed plan of operation
. Review of a detailed plan of operations
. Change in operations
. Variation procedures
. Variation from requirements in areas adjoining a small streamside zone in Region I
. Corrective action
. Riparian standards
. Classification of surface water bodies
. Designation and marking of a riparian retention area
. Uses within a riparian area
. Slope stability standards
. Road location
. Road construction
. Road drainage
. Bridge standards
. Culverts and other water crossing provisions
. Road maintenance
. Road closure
. Material extraction and disposal sites
. Rehabilitation after mass wasting
. Blasting standards
. Harvest unit planning and design
. Landing location, construction, and operation
. Bank integrity
. Felling and bucking
. Cable yarding
. Tracked and wheeled harvest systems
. Reforestation requirement
. Natural regeneration
. Regeneration survey and report
. Site preparation
. Content of permit
. Denial, suspension, or revocation of permit
. Place of burning
. Emergency closure
. Public notice
. Environmental control
. Additional equipment for operations
. Other governmental laws
. Definitions related for forest fire protection
. Computation of time
. Measurement of distances
. Disposal of waste material
. Water quality monitoring
. Monitoring effectiveness of forest practices regulations
. Other rights not affected
Copies of the Forest Practices Field Manual are obtainable, in person, from any of the region or area offices of the Division of Forestry in Anchorage, Delta, Fairbanks, Tazlina, Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan, Soldotna, or McGrath, or, in writing, from the division at P.O. Box 107005, Anchorage, AK 99510-7005.
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