Three-year overview of forest health in young managed stands in British Columbia 1992-1994
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Published by Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forest health -- British Columbia.,
  • Conifers -- British Columbia.,
  • Forest management -- British Columbia.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titles3-year overview of forest health in young managed stands in British Columbia 1992-1994.
Statementby Ralph Nevill, Nick Humphreys, and Allan Van Sickle.
SeriesFRDA report -- 236.
ContributionsHumphreys, Nick., Van Sickle, Allan., Canada-British Columbia Partnership Agreement on Forest Resource Development: FRDA II.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 35 p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18112712M
ISBN 100772626871

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FRR Three-year Overview of Forest Health in Young Managed Stands in British Columbia ; FRR Historical Western Hemlock Looper Outbreaks in British Columbia: Input and Analysis Using a Geographical Information System. The objective of the Forest Health Program is to protect and manage B.C.'s forest resources from the impacts of a wide range of forest health factors which include bark beetles, defoliators, pathogens, animal damage, and abiotic factors such as wildfire damage and drought. Three-year overview of forest health in young managed stands in British Columbia Nevill, R.J. ; Humphreys, N. ; van Sickle, G.A. Year: Catalog ID: Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre CFS Availability: Print (free). Generic Forest Health Surveys Guidebook ii National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data. Main entry under title: Generic forest health surveys guidebook. -– 2nd ed. (Forest practices code of British Columbia) Includes bibliographical references: p. ISBN 1. Forest health - British Columbia - Evaluation. 2.

Forestry handbook for British Columbia / editors, Susan B. Watts, Lynne Tolland. -- 5th ed. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Forests and forestry--British Columbia. 2. Forests and forestry. I. Watts, Susan B., II. Tolland, Lynne III. University of British Co-lumbia. Forestry Undergraduate Society. Forest professionals work within these policies and integrate them with the objectives of the licensee (a company or organization that holds the rights to manage the forest). As a result, forest professionals manage forests for a variety of users and uses: timber harvesting, wildlife habitat, recreation, eco-tourism, First Nations values. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Kamloops, B.C. Attack intensity remained low in most areas, with 86% of the affected stands categorized as trace to light attack. Attack in young lodgepole pine stands is now rare, . A University of British Columbia researcher is studying the impact of current forest management strategies says accumulations of dry plants and trees are creating fast-moving fires.

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