Growing-space management in boreal mixedwood forests
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Published by British Columbia Ministry of Forests Forest Science Program in [Victoria, B.C.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forest management -- British Columbia -- Prince George Forest Region.

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Edition Notes

SeriesExtension note -- 64, Extension note (British Columbia. Ministry of Forests. Research Branch) -- 64.
ContributionsBritish Columbia. Ministry of Forests. Research Branch., British Columbia. Forest Science Program.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD409 .G76 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21691023M

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Growing-space Management in Boreal Mixedwood Forests - The Establishment of EP , Fort Nelson River Site: Author(s) or contact(s): G.J. Harper and R.D. Kabzems Source: Research Branch Subject: Growth and Yield Series: Extension Note Other details: Published Hardcopy is available. By George Harper and Richard Kabzems, Published on 01/01/ Growing-space management in boreal mixedwood forests - the establishment of EP , Fort Nelson river siteCited by: 2. Growing-space Management in Boreal Mixedwood Forests—The Establishment of., Fort Nelson River Site Extension Note Ministry contacts: George Harper Research Scientist B.C. Ministry of Forests Research Branch P.O. Box Stn Prov Govt Victoria, BC V8W 9C2 and Richard Kabzems Research Ecologist Prince George Forest Region. @MISC{Harper03growing-spacemanagement, author = {George Harper and Richard Kabzems and Mixedwood Forests—the Establishment}, title = {Growing-space Management in Boreal}, year = {}} Share. OpenURL. Abstract. In northern British Columbia, boreal and sub-boreal forests dominate the landscape. Significant portions of these forests comprise.

Growing space management in boreal mixedwood forests: year results the potential to increase productivity at both the site and landscape levels compared with pure broadleaf or conifer management. In this study, we examine growth of white spruce and aspen after 11 growing seasons over a range of aspen densities created by spot and. Trial Name: An Evaluation of Brushing and Spacing Treatments - Growing Space Management in Boreal Forest Mixedwoods (EP ) Trial Objectives Installation Name Ecological Zone Tree Species Silvicultural Treatments Tested; To examine a number of operational brushing alternatives for boreal mixedwood forests.   Planting white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss) under established aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) stands has substantial potential for regenerating mixedwood ecosystems in the western Canadian boreal presence of an aspen overstory serves to ameliorate frost and winter injury problems and suppresses understory vegetation that may compete with white spruce. An Evaluation of Brushing and Spacing Treatments - Growing Space Management in Boreal Forest Mixedwoods: 1: Development and application of the trembling aspen growth model (TASS-At) NA: Boreal and sub-boreal broadleaf-conifer mixedwood interactions: 6: Pine Aspen Mixedwoods: 3:

  We examined patterns of variation in richness, diversity, and composition of understory vascular plant communities in mixedwood boreal forests of varying composition (broadleaf, mixedwood, conifer) in Alberta, Canada, before and for 2 years following variable-retention harvesting (clearcut, 20 and 75% dispersed green tree retention, control). (). Sustainable management of Canada’s boreal forests: Progress and prospects. Écoscience: Vol. 13, No. 2, pp.   Since the end of the twentieth century, there have been some notable changes in the economic climate facing forest products companies operating in the boreal mixedwood forest in Canada: low product prices, a strong Canadian dollar, and increasing recognition of the importance of non-timber forest values are major challenges that must be faced by forest managers and provincial . Focussing on the commonality of processes in mixedwood stand development across the boreal is a promising way to address the management of this important forest ecosystem. Résumé Le sud de la région boréale canadienne est dominé par la forêt boréale mixte, caractérisée par une canopée à dominance feuillue et coniférienne en.