Land Management Handbook



  • Lmh67: Non-timber forest product development in British Columbia’s community forests and small woodlands: constraints and potential solutions

  • Lmh66: Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia

  • Lmh65: A field guide to ecosystem identification for the Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone of British Columbia

  • Lmh64: Compatible management of timber and pine mushrooms

  • Lmh63: Non-timber forest products, tourism, and small-scale forestry: income opportunities and constraints

  • Lmh62: Understanding non-timber forest products activity on the land base

  • Lmh61: Managing forested watersheds for hydrogeomorphic risks on fans

  • Lmh60: Management strategy for mule deer winter ranges in the Cariboo-Chilcotin part 1a: management plan for shallow and moderate snowpack zones

  • Lmh59: Management Strategy for Mule Deer Winter Ranges in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Part 1b: Management Plan for Transition and Deep Snowpack Zones

  • Lmh58: Dendroecology: A Guide for Using Trees to Date Geomorphic and Hydrologic Events

  • Lmh57: Forest Management on Fans: Hydrogeomorphic Hazards and General Prescriptions

  • Lmh56: Landslide risk case studies in forest development planning and operations

  • Lmh55: Snow Avalanche: Management in Forested Terrain

  • Lmh54: A field guide to site identification and interpretation for the north central portion of the Northern Interior Forest Region

  • Lmh53: Estimating Historical Variability of Natural Disturbances in British Columbia

  • Lmh52: Wetlands of British Columbia: A Guide to Identification

  • Lmh51: A Field Guide to Site Identification and Interpretation for the Southeast Portion of the Prince George Forest Region

  • LMH50: The Effect of the Silviculture Survey Parameters on the Free-Growing Decision Probabilities and Projected Volume at Rotation

  • LMH49: Ultraviolet-B Radiation Impacts on Tree Seedlings in British Columbia

  • Lmh48: Effects of Operational Brushing on Conifers and Plant Communities in the Southern Interior of British Columbia: Results from PROBE 1991-2000 PRotocol for Operational Brushing Evaluations

  • Lmh47: Silviculture Prescription Data Collection Field Handbook: Interpretive Guide for Data Collection, Site Stratification, and Sensitivity Evaluation for Silviculture Prescriptions

  • Lmh46: Plant Indicator Guide for Northern British Columbia: Boreal, Sub-Boreal, and Subalpine Biogeoclimatic Zones: BWBS, SBS, SBPS, and northern ESSF

  • Lmh45: Brushing and Grazing Effects on Lodgepole Pine, Vascular Plants, and Range Forage in Three Plant Communities in the Southern Interior of British Columbia: Nine-Year Results

  • LMH44: Forest Soil Rehabilitation in British Columbia: A Problem Analysis

  • Lmh43: Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens: User's Guide: A Guide for Users of Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens, Land Management Handbook Field Guide Insert 7

  • Lmh42: Statistical methods for Adaptive management studies

  • Lmh41: Carnation Creek and Queen Charlotte Islands fish/forestry workshop: applying 20 years of coastal research to management solutions

  • Lmh40: Field Studies of Seed Biology

  • Lmh39: A Field Guide to Forest Site Identification and Interpretation for the Cariboo Forest Region - 2 part book with 2 supplements

  • Lmh38: The Date Creek Silvicultural Systems Study in the Interior Cedar-Hemlock Forests of Northwestern British Columbia: Overview and Treatment Summaries

  • Lmh37: Caribou Habitat Use in the Chelaslie River Migration Corridor and Recommendations for Management

  • Lmh36: Silviculture of temperate and boreal broadleaf-conifer mixtures

  • Lmh35: The Ecological Roles of Wildlife Tree Users in Forest Ecosystems

  • Lmh34: Sheep Grazing Guidelines for Managing Vegetation on Forest Plantations in British Columbia

  • Lmh33: Breeding Bird Communities in Aspen Forests of the Sub-boreal Spruce (dk Subzone) in the Prince Rupert Forest Region

  • Lmh32: A Summary of Western Yew Biology with Recommendations for its Management in British Columbia

  • Lmh31: Rainstorm and Flood Damage: Northwest British Columbia 1891-1991

  • Lmh30: A Guide to the Biology and Use of Forest Tree Seeds

  • Lmh29: A Field Guide for Site Identification and Interpretation for the Northern Rockies Portion of the Prince George Forest Region

  • Lmh28: A Field Guide for Site Identification and Interpretation for the Vancouver Forest Region

  • Lmh27: Field Guide to the Biological Control of Weeds in British Columbia

  • Lmh26: A Field Guide to Site Identification and Interpretation for the Prince Rupert Forest Region (Part 1, Part 2, and Supplement No. 1)

  • Lmh25-2: Field Manual for Describing Terrestrial Ecosystems - 2nd edition

  • Lmh24: A Field Guide for Site Identification and Interpretation for the Southwest Portion of the Prince George Forest Region

  • Lmh23: A Guide to Site Identification and Interpretation for the Kamloops Forest Region

  • Lmh22: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of Ecosystems of the Northeast Portion of the Prince George Forest Region

  • Lmh21: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of Ecosystems of the Northwest Portion of the Prince George Forest Region

  • Lmh20: A Field Guide for Site Identification and Interpretation for the Nelson Forest Region

  • Lmh18: A guide for management of landslide-prone terrain in the Pacific Northwest. 2nd ed.

  • Lmh17: A Field Guide for the Identification and Interpretation of the Engelmann Spruce - Subalpine Fir Zone in the Prince Rupert Forest Region, B.C.

  • Lmh16: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of Seral Aspen Ecosystems of the BWBSc1, Prince George Forest Region

  • Lmh15: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of Ecosystems of the Rocky Mountain Trench, Prince George Forest Region

  • Lmh14: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone, Northern Drier Maritime Subzone (CWHf), in the Prince Rupert Forest Region

  • Lmh13: Handbook for Timber and Mule Deer Management Co-ordination on Winter Ranges in the Cariboo Forest Region

  • Lmh12: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of the Interior Cedar - Hemlock Zone, Northwestern Transitional Subzone (ICHg), in the Prince Rupert Forest Region

  • LMH11: Field Handbook for Prescribed Fire Assessments in British Columbia

  • Lmh10SUP: Insert for the Sub-Boreal Spruce Zone Field Guide (Land Management Handbook Number 10): Slashburning Severity Guidelines for the Moist Cold Sub-Boreal Spruce Subzone (SBSmc) in the Prince Rupert Forest Region First Approximation February, 1989

  • Lmh10: A Field Guide for Identification and Interpretation of the Sub-Boreal Spruce Zone in the Prince Rupert Forest Region A Preliminary Guide to the Response of Major Species of Competing Vegetation to Silvicultural Treatments

  • Lmh09: A Preliminary Guide to the Response of Major Species of Competing Vegetation to Silvicultural Treatments

  • Lmh08: Site Diagnosis, Tree Species Selection, and Slashburning Guidelines for the Vancouver Forest Region

  • Lmh07: A Guide to Some Common Plants of the Southern Interior of British Columbia

  • Lmh06: Some common plants of the sub-boreal spruce zone

  • Lmh05: A guide to plant indicators of moisture for southeastern British Columbia, with engineering interpretations

  • Lmh04: A guide to some common plants of the Skeena area, British Columbia

  • Lmh03: A guide to some common plants of the Kamloops region, British Columbia

  • Lmh02: Identification and interpretation of the ecosystems of the western Kamloops forest region - first approximation (two volume set)

  • Lmh01: Streamside management: a decision-making procedure for south coastal British Columbia: revised 2nd edition

Updated August 2011