Technical Reports



  • Tr083: Leachate generation from biomass operations: a subproject of the Woody Biomass Innovative Project

  • Tr082: Landscape-level ecological tree species benchmarks pilot project: first approximation benchmarks in five British Columbia Timber Supply Areas

  • Tr081: A compilation of forest biomass harvesting and related policy in Canada

  • Tr080: Natural Disturbance Bibliography for British Coumbia

  • Tr079: Desktop watershed characterization methods for British Columbia

  • Tr078: Estimating inventory attributes for the Lakes Timber Supply Area from remeasured Vegetation Resources Inventory ground data

  • Tr077: Growth, survival, and microclimate of conifers planted within forest gaps: results for the first five growing seasons

  • Tr076: Life Cycle Sustainability Analysis Sub-project of the Woody Biomass Innovative Project: A Preliminary Assessment

  • Tr075: The Growth of Bigleaf Maple and Planted Conifers 14 Years after Maple Clump Thinning

  • Tr074: Climate Change Adaptation: Potential Contributions of Red Alder in Coastal British Columbia

  • Tr073: A biophysical model for estimating site index for the major commercial tree species in British Columbia

  • Tr072: Long-term effects of cattle and wildlife grazing on grassland plant community recovery in the East Kootenay Region of British Columbia

  • Tr071: Understorey vegetation response following restoration of ingrown ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir stands in the East Kootenay region

  • Tr070: Using Low-level Aerial Surveys to Verify Air Photo Interpretation of Marbled Murrelet Nesting Habitat in Haida Gwaii

  • Tr069: Nest Structures and Habitats of the Northern Spotted Owl in Three Ecological Subregions of British Columbia

  • Tr068: Biogeoclimatic Ecosystem Classification of Non-forested Ecosystems in British Columbia

  • Tr067: A Landscape-level Species Strategy for Forest Management in British Columbia: Exploration of Development and Implementation Issues

  • Tr066: The Use of Stumps for Biomass in British Columbia - A Problem Analysis

  • Tr065: The decline of diffuse knapweed in British Columbia

  • Tr064: Group selection silvicultural systems for high-elevation forests (ESSFwc3) to maintain caribou habitat in the Cariboo Region: Mount Tom adaptive management trial establishment report

  • Tr063: Will Minor Spruce Components of Boreal Broadleaf Stands Replace Themselves after Clearcut Harvesting?

  • Tr062: Linking range health assessment methodology with science: rough fescue grasslands of British Columbia

  • Tr061: Interpretation of habitat quality from air photos at Marbled Murrelet nest sites in Mussel Inlet on the British Columbia Central Coast

  • Tr060: Verification of a Marbled Murrelet Habitat Inventory on the British Columbian Central Coast

  • Tr059: Land units and benchmarks for developing natural disturbance-based forest management guidance for northeastern British Columbia

  • Tr058: Effects of intensive fertilization on the foliar nutrition and growth of young lodgepole pine forests in the British Columbia Interior: 12-year results

  • Tr057: Microclimate studies in uniform shelterwood systems in the Sub-Boreal Spruce zone of central British Columbia

  • Tr056: Validation of modelled habitat classifications for the northern spotted owl in British Columbia using patterns of historical occupancy

  • Tr055: Ecological resilience and complexity: a theoretical framework for understanding and managing British Columbia’s forest ecosystems in a changing climate

  • Tr054: Forest tree genetic conservation status report 2: genetic conservation status of operational tree species

  • Tr053: Forest tree genetic conservation status report 1: In situ conservation status of all indigenous British Columbia species

  • Tr052: Effects of repeated fertilization on forest floor and mineral soil properties in young lodgepole pine and spruce forests in central British Columbia

  • Tr051: Ecosystem and tree attributes affecting the presence of functional wildlife tree types

  • Tr050: Developing Sitka spruce populations for resistance to the white pine weevil: summary of research and breeding program

  • Tr049: Silviculture treatments for ecosystem management in the Sayward (STEMS): establishment report for STEMS 2, Elk Bay

  • Tr048: Assisted migration to address climate change in British Columbia: recommendations for interim seed transfer standards

  • Tr047: Managing ingrown Douglas-fir stands for biodiversity, forage, and timber: the Farwell Canyon project fifth-year post-treatment results

  • Tr046: A framework for documenting the effects of the mountain pine beetle outbreak in sub-boreal forests of Northern British Columbia (E.P. 1369): establishment report

  • Tr045: Climate change, impacts, and adaptation scenarios: climate change and forest and range management in British Columbia

  • Tr044: Growth and Survival of Douglas-fir and Western Redcedar Planted at Different Densities and Species Mixtures

  • Tr043: Results and data from an ecological study of Garry oak (Quercus garryana) ecosystems in Southwestern British Columbia

  • Tr042: Revisiting a Forest Extension Strategy for British Columbia: A Survey of Natural Resource Practitioners and Information Providers

  • Tr041: "Post-fire Vegetation Development and Fire Effects in the SBS Zone: Haggen Creek, Francis Lake, Genevieve Lake, Brink, and Indianpoint Sites"

  • Tr040: Garry Oak (Quercus garryana) Plant Communities in British Columbia: A Guide to Identification

  • Tr039: Relative Impact of Aspen Competition and Soil Factors on the Performance of Lodgepole Pine and Hybrid White Spruce in North-central British Columbia

  • Tr038: A Framework to Support Landscape Analyses of Habitat Supply and Effects on Populations of Forest-dwelling Species: A Case Study Based on the Northern Spotted Owl

  • Tr037: Vegetation Response, Fire Effects, and Tree Growth after Slashburning in the Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir Zone: Goat River Site

  • Tr036: An Early History of the Research Branch, British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Range

  • Tr035: Community Structure of Forage Plants Consumed by Black Bears in the Nimpkish Valley, British Columbia

  • Tr034: Development of a Research Strategy for Mountain Pine Beetle Issues Associated with Forest Stewardship Division Functions

  • Tr033: Fire Effects and Post-burn Vegetation Development in the Sub-Boreal Spruce Zone: Mackenzie (Windy Point) Site

  • Tr032: Effects of Variable Aspen Retention on Stand Development, Aspen Sucker Production, and Growth of Lodgepole Pine in the SBSdw1 Variant of South-central British Columbia

  • Tr031: Forest Management on Alluvial and Colluvial Fans: Extension Plan and Evaluation Survey of Workshops, Publications, and Presentations

  • Tr030: Large-scale Erosion and Flooding after Wildfires: Understanding the Soil Conditions

  • Tr029: Early Effects of Manipulating Aspen Density and Spatial Arrangement on Lodgepole Pine Performance, Aspen Sucker Production, and Stand Development in an 11-Year-Old Stand in the SBPSxc Subzone of South-central British Columbia

  • Tr028: Succession after Slashburning in an Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir Subzone Variant: West Twin Site

  • Tr027: A Summary of 10- to 15-year Results from Douglas-fir Thinning Experiments in the British Columbia Interior

  • Tr026: Vegetation Development and Fire Effects at the Walker Creek Site: Comparison of Forest Floor and Mineral Soil Plots

  • Tr025: Methods for Estimating Gamete Contributions to Orchard Seed Crops and Vegetative Lots in British Columbia

  • Tr024: Road and terrain attributes of foad fill landslides in the Kalum Forest District

  • Tr023: A Protocol for Assessing Thematic Map Accuracy Using Small-area Sampling

  • Tr022: Microclimate Studies in Silvicultural Systems on the Chilcotin Plateau of British Columbia: The Itcha-Ilgachuz Project (1997-2003)

  • Tr021: Assessment of Silvicultural Systems Developed for Deep Snowpack, Mule Deer Winter Range in the Central Interior of British Columbia: Regeneration and Vegetation Components

  • Tr020: Sulphur Fertilization of Lodgepole Pine: A Stable Isotope Tracer Study (E.P. 886.15): Establishment Report

  • Tr019: Forest Stewardship in the Context of Large-scale Salvage Operations: An Interpretation Paper

  • Tr018: Effects of Intensive Fertilization on the Foliar Nutrition and Growth of Young Lodgepole Pine and Spruce Forests in the Interior of British Columbia (E.P. 886.13): Establishment and Progress Report

  • Tr017: Silviculture treatments for ecosystem management in the Sayward (STEMS): establishment report for STEMS 1, Snowden Demonstration Forest

  • Tr016: A Summary of Early Results From Recent Lodgepole Pine Thinning Experiments in the British Columbia Interior

  • Tr015: Early Effects of Manipulating Aspen Density on Lodgepole Pine Performance, Aspen Sucker Production, and Stand Development in the IDFxm Subzone near Williams Lake, B.C.

  • Tr014: Lodgepole Pine Response to Aspen Removal in Variable Radii in the SBSdw2 Variant near Williams Lake, BC

  • Tr013: Growth intercept and site series-based estimates of site index for white spruce in the boreal white and black spruce biogeoclimatic zone

  • Tr012: Long-term risks to marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus) populations: assessing alternative forest management policies in coastal British Columbia

  • Tr011: Protocol for Accuracy Assessment of Ecosystem Maps

  • Tr010: Plant Indicator Guide for Northern British Columbia: the Northern Portion of the MS and ICH Biogeoclimatic Zones

  • Tr009: The effects of site preparation and harvesting practices on planted seedling productivity and microenvironment in Southern Interior Dry, Grassy IDF Forests

  • Tr008: The influence of range practices on waterborne disease organisms in surface water of British Columbia: a problem analysis

  • Tr007: Stand-tending and rehabilitation treatment options for 36-year-old, height-repressed lodgepole pine

  • Tr006: Commercially important wild mushrooms and fungi of British Columbia: what the buyers are buying

  • Tr005: Competitive effects of trembling aspen on lodgepole pine performance in the SBS and IDF zones of the Cariboo-Chilcotin region of south-central British Columbia

  • Tr004: SIBEC site index estimates in support of forest management in British Columbia

  • Tr003: Terrain stability and forest management in the interior of British Columbia: workshop proc. May 23-25 2001, Nelson, B.C., Canada

  • Tr002: Growth intercept, years-to-breast-height, and juvenile height growth models for ponderosa pine

  • Tr001: Skid road recontouring in southeastern British Columbia: 7-year tree growth results

Updated May 2014