Soil Conservation Research Publications



Long Term Soil Productivity

Monitoring

Soil Rehabilitation

Soil Biology and Biodiversity

Soil Physical Properties

Harvesting and Soils

Digital Soil Mapping

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Long Term Soil Productivity

Online Publications

  • LTSPS Research Note 01. Second year response of plant communities; The SBS Long-term Soil Productivity Study
  • LTSPS Research Note 02. Fourth Year Responses of Aspen and White Spruce; The BWBS Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
  • LTSPS Research Note 03. Fourth-Year Plant Community Responses: The BWBS Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
  • LTSPS Research Note 04. Nutrient Removals in Woody Biomass: Preliminary Estimates from the Sub-Boreal Spruce Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
  • LTSPS Research Note 05. Soil Fauna in the Sub-Boreal Spruce (SBS) Installations of the Long-Term Soil Productivity (LTSP) Study of Central British Columbia: One-Year Results for Soil Mesofauna and Macrofauna
  • LTSPS Research Note 06. Aspen and white spruce responses to organic matter removal and soil compaction in the BWBS Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
  • LTSPS Research Note 07. Short-term Effects of Forest Soil Compaction and Site Organic Matter Removal on Mineralizable Soil Nitrogen in Central British Columbia
  • LTSPS Research Note 08. Establishment of Long-term Soil Productivity Studies on Acidic Soils in the Interior Douglas-fir Zone.
  • The Long-Term Soil Productivity Study in British Columbia. FRDA report 256. Soil compaction and soil organic matter loss: criteria for long-term soil productivity. Poster presented at 2003 North America Forest Soils Conference.

Journal Articles

  • Fleming, R.L., Robert F. Powers, Neil W. Foster, J. Marty Kranabetter, D. Andrew Scott, Shannon Berch, William Chapman, Richard D. Kabzems, Karen Ludovici, David M. Morris, Felix Ponder, Deborah S. Page-Dumroese, Paul Sanborn, Felipe G. Sanchez, Douglas M. Stone, and Allan E. Tiarks. 2006. Effects of organic matter removal and soil compaction on seedling performance: Response after 5 years on the LTSP sites. Can J For Res 36:529-550.
  • Kranabetter, JM, Sanborn, P, Chapman, WK and S Dubé. 2006. The Contrasting Response to Soil Disturbance between Lodgepole Pine and Hybrid White Spruce in Subboreal Forests. Soil Sci Soc Am J 70:1591-1599.
  • Mariani, L., S.X. Chang and R. Kabzems. 2006. Effects of tree harvesting, forest floor removal, and compaction on soil microbial biomass, microbial respiration, and N availability in a boreal aspen forest in British Columbia o Soil Biol Biochem 38:1734-1744.
  • Page-Dumroese, DS, Jurgensen, MF, Tiarks, AE, Ponder, Jr., F, Sanchez, FG, Fleming, RL, Kranabetter, JM, Powers, RF, Stone, DM, Elioff, JD, and Scott, DA. 2006. Soil physical property changes at the North American Long-Term Soil Productivity study sites: 1 and 5 years after compaction. Can J For Res 36:551-564.
  • Sanchez, FG, Tiarks, AE, Kranabetter, JM, Page-Dumroese, DS, Powers, RF, Sanborn, PT, and Chapman, WK. 2006. Effects of organic matter removal and soil compaction on fifth-year mineral soil carbon and nitrogen contents for sites across the United States and Canada. Can J For Res 36:565-576.
  • Curran, M.P., D.G. Maynard, R.L. Heninger, T.A. Terry, S.W. Howes, D.M. Stone, T. Niemann, R.E. Miller, and R.F. Powers. 2005. An adaptive management process for forest soil conservation. For Chron 81:717-722.
  • Curran, M.P., R.E. Miller, S. W Howes, D.G. Maynard, T.A. Terry, R.L. Heninger, T. Niemann, K. van Rees, R.F. Powers, and S.H. Shoenholtz. 2005. Progress towards more uniform assessment and reporting of soil disturbance for operations, research and sustainability protocols. Forest Ecol Mgmt 220:17-30.
  • Haeussler, S., and R. Kabzems. 2005. Aspen plant community response to organic matter removal and soil compaction. Can J For Res 35:2030-2044.
  • Kabzems, T., and S. Haeussler. 2005. Soil properties, aspen, and white spruce responses 5 years after organic matter removal and compaction treatments. Can J For Res 35:2045-2055.
  • Tan, X, S.X. Chang and R. Kabzems. 2005. Effects of soil compaction and forest floor removal on soil microbial properties and N transformations in a boreal forest long-term soil productivity study. For Ecol Mgmt 217:158-170.
  • Battigelli, J.P., John R. Spence, David W. Langor, and Shannon M. Berch. 2004. Short-term impact of forest soil compaction and organic matter removal on soil mesofauna density and oribatid mite diversity. Can J For Res 34:1136-1149.
  • Kranabetter, J. M., and Chapman, B. K. 2004. An analysis of litter nitrogen dynamics using artificial soils across a gradient of forest soil disturbances. Can J Soil Sci 84:159-167.
  • Axelrood, P.E., M.L. Chow, C.C. Radomski, J.M. McDermott, and J. Davies. 2002. Molecular characterization of bacterial diversity from British Columbia forest soils subjected to disturbance. Can J Microbiol 48:655-674.
  • Axelrood, P.E., M.L. Chow, C.S. Arnold, K. Lu, J.M. McDermott, and J. Davies. 2002. Cultivation-dependant characterization of bacterial diversity from British Columbia forest soils subjected to disturbance. Can J Microbiol 48:643-654.
  • Chow, M.L., C.C. Radomski, J.M. McDermott, J. Davies, and P.E. Axelrood. 2002. Molecular characterization of bacterial diversity in Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) rhizosphere soils from British Columbia forest soils differing in disturbance and geographic source. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 42:347-357.
  • Haeussler, S., L. Bedford, A. Leduc, Y. Bergeron, and J.M. Kranabetter. 2002. Silvicultural disturbance severity and plant communities of the southern Canadian boreal forest. Silva Fenn 36:307-327.
  • Stone, D.M. and R. Kabzems. 2002. Aspen development on similar soils in Minnesota and British Columbia after compaction and forest floor removal. For Chron 78:886-891.
  • Arocena, J.M. 2000. Cations in solution form forest soil subjected to forest floor removal and compaction treatments. Forest Ecol Mgmt 133:71-80.
  • Conlin, T.S.S., and R. van den Driessche. 2000. Response of soil CO2 and O2 concentrations to forest soil compaction at the Long-term Soil Productivity sites in central British Columbia. Can J Soil Sci 80:625-632.
  • Arocena, J.M., and P. Sanborn. 1999. Mineralogy and genesis of selected soils and their implications for forest management in central and northeastern British Columbia. Can J Soil Sci 79:571-592.
  • Kranabetter, J.M. and Chapman, B.K. 1999. Effects of forest soil compaction and organic matter removal on leaf litter decomposition in central British Columbia. Can J Soil Sci 79:543-550.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

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  • Battigelli, J.P., 2000. Impact of soil compaction and organic matter removal on soil fauna in the Sub-Boreal Spruce biogeoclimatic zone of central British Columbia. Ph.D. thesis, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Alberta.
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Monitoring the Effects of Forest Practices on Soils

Online Publications

  • Mike Curran, Chuck Bulmer, Shannon Berch, Stephane Dubé, Bill Chapman, Graeme Hope, Sandy Currie, Paul Courtin, and Marty Kranabetter. 2008. Protocol for Soil Resource Stewardship Monitoring: Cutblock Level. Forest and Range Evaluation Program, B.C. Min. For. Ran. and B.C. Min. Env., Victoria, BC. [PDF 1686kb]
  • Province of British Columbia. 2006. OziExplorer Training and Help Manual for Use with Soil Effectiveness Evaluation Cards. Forest and Range Evaluation Program. B.C. Min. For. and Range and B.C. Min. Environ. [PDF 1845kb]

Journal Articles

  • Bulmer, C., S.M. Berch, M. Curran, B. Chapman, M. Kranabetter, S. Dubé, G. Hope, P. Courtin, and R. Kabzems 2008. Monitoring the effects of forest practices on soil productivity and hydrologic function. BC J. Ecosys. Manage. 9:48-59.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

  • Curran, M., C Bulmer, DG Neary, R Heninger, T Terry, K Van Rees, S Howes, B White, C Trettin, D Maynard, and D Page-Dumroese. 2006. Progress Towards a Common Approach to Assess and Report Soil Disturbance in Relation to Forestry Practices. IEA Bioenergy Workshop Vancouver BC Canada Aug 28, 2006.

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Soil Rehabilitation

Online Publications

  • Bulmer et al. 2002. Soil conservation and rehabilitation in British Columbia. Brochure No. 70. available on the internet at http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Bro/Bro70.pdf.
  • Plotnikoff, M. M. Schmidt, C. Bulmer, and M. Curran 1999. Forest productivity and soil conditions on rehabilitated landings: Interior BC. Extension Note 40. BC Ministry of Forests Research Branch, 1999
  • Bulmer, C. and M. Curran, 2002. Retrospective evaluation of log landing rehabilitation on coarser textured soils in southeastern British Columbia. Extension Note EN-042. BC Min. For., Nelson
  • Bulmer, C. and M. Curran, 1999. Operational trials for soil rehabilitation. Extension Note EN-045, Ministry of Forests, Nelson Forest Region.
  • Sanborn, P., C. Bulmer, D. Coopersmith, A. Dale, and D. Erikson. 1999. Soil rehabilitation research at the Aleza Lake Research Forest: techniques for restoring productivity to fine-textured soils. Research Note PG-18, BC Min. For., Prince George Forest Region.
  • Sanborn, P., M. Kranabetter, and C. Bulmer. 1999. Soil rehabilitation in the Prince George Forest Region: a review of two decades of research. Research Note PG-16, BC Min. For., Prince George Forest Region.
  • Bulmer, C.E. 1998. Forest soil rehabilitation in British Columbia: a problem analysis. Land Management Handbook 44. BC Ministry of Forests, Victoria.

Journal Articles

  • Krzic, M., L. Zabek, C.E. Bulmer, B.K. Chapman, and C. Trethewey 2009. Soil properties and lodgepole pine growth on forest landings rehabilitated by tillage and fertilizer application. Cdn. J. Soil Sci. 89:25-34.
  • Campbell, D.B., C.E. Bulmer, M.D. Jones, L.J. Philip and J.J. Zwiazek. 2008. Incorporation of topsoil and burn-pile debris substantially increases early growth of lodgepole pine on landings. Can. J. For. Res. 38:257-267.
  • Bulmer, C.E. Venner, K. and Prescott C. 2007. Forest soil rehabilitation with tillage and wood waste enhances seedling establishment but not height after eight years. in press Can. J. For. Res. 37:1894-1906.
  • Krzic, M., R.F. Newman, C. Trethewey, C.E. Bulmer, and B.K. Chapman. 2006. Cattle grazing effects on plant species composition and soil compaction on rehabilitated forest landings in central interior British Columbia. J. Soil Water Conserv. 61:137-144.
  • Teste, François P. Margaret, G. Schmidt, Shannon M. Berch and Chuck E. Bulmer. 2004. Effects of ectomycorrhizal inoculants on survival and growth of interior Douglas-fir seedlings on reforestation sites and partially rehabilitated landings. Can. J. For. Res.34:2074-2088.
  • Sanborn, P., C. Bulmer, and D. Coopersmith, 2004. Use of wood waste in rehabilitation of landings on fine-textured soils, central interior British Columbia, Canada. West. J. Appl. For. 19(3):175–183.
  • Campbell, D. Bruce Melanie D. Jones, Steven Kiiskila, Chuck Bulmer, 2003. Two year field performance of lodgepole pine seedlings: Effects of container type, mycorrhizal fungal inoculants, and site preparation treatments. BC Journal of Ecosystem Management. 3(2) 110-120.
  • Bulmer, C. and M. Krzic, M. 2003. Soil Properties and Lodgepole Pine Growth on Rehabilitated Landings in Northeastern British Columbia. Cdn, J. Soil Science 83:465-474.
  • Plotnikoff, M. R. , C. E. Bulmer, and M. G. Schmidt. 2002. Soil Properties and Tree Growth on Rehabilitated Forest Landings in the Interior Cedar Hemlock Biogeoclimatic Zone: British Columbia. For. Ecol. Mgmt. 170:199-215.
  • Bulmer, C. 2000. Reclamation of forest soils with excavator tillage and organic amendments. For. Ecol. Mgmt. 133:157-163.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

  • Bulmer, C.E., J.G. Archuleta, and M. Curran. 2007. Restoring and enhancing productivity of degraded tephra-derived soils in Proceedings. In: Page-Dumroese, Deborah; Miller, Richard; Mital, Jim; McDaniel, Paul; Miller, Dan, tech. eds. 2007. Volcanic-Ash-Derived Forest Soils of the Inland Northwest: Properties and Implications for Management and Restoration. 9-10 November 2005; Coeur d’Alene, ID. Proceedings RMRS-P-44; Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
  • McConkey, Trevor, Chuck Bulmer, Paul Sanborn and Sam Bell. 2005. Soil Rehabilitation on Abandoned Wellsites, Northeastern British Columbia; Initial Results. Poster presentation to BC Reclamation Workshop. Abbotsford. Sept 22,2005.
  • Krzic, M., R.F. Newman, C.E. Bulmer, C. Trethewey, and Y. Zhao 2004. Forest grazing on rehabilitated landings in central interior of British Columbia. Poster presented at ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meetings. Oct 31-Nov 4, 2004. Seattle.
  • Bulmer, C. M. Krzic. K. Green. D. Suderman, G. Radchenko, and P. Gevatkoff, 2002. Soil productivity and forest regeneration success on reclaimed oil and gas sites in the Dawson Creek Forest District presented to the Canadian Land Reclamation Association, Dawson Creek.
  • Teste, F.P., Berch, S.M., Schmidt, M.G., Bulmer, C., Xiao, G. 2002. Ectomycorrhizal status and growth of inoculated Douglas-fir seedlings on partially rehatilitated landings in the southern interior of British Columbia. Ecological Society of America Conference. August. 2002. Tucson, Arizona.

Theses

  • McConkey, T. 2008. Soil Rehabilitation and Reforestation at Abandoned Oil and Gas Well Sites in Northeastern British Columbia. M.Sc. Thesis, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies. University Northern British Columbia.
  • Blouin, V. 2006. The effects of mechanical disturbance on physical soil properties and lodgepole pine growth in BC’s Central Interior. M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Geography, Simon Fraser University.
  • Plotnikoff, M.R. 2000. Evaluation of lodgepole pine growth and soil conditons on rehabilitated landings: Interior BC. M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Geography, Simon Fraser University.
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Soil Biology and Biodiversity

Online Publications

  • Fogarty, F.W., S. Berch, and B. D’Anjou. 2001. Effects of alternative silvicultural treatments on the diversity of forest fungi in the Roberts Creek Study Forest. Forest Research Extension Note, Vancouver Forest Region, EN-006. [PDF 108kb]

    Berch, S.M., B. Baumbrough, J. Battigelli, P Kroeger, N. Strub, and L. de Montigny. 2001. Preliminary assessment of selected communities of soil organisms under different conifer species. B.C. Min. For., Res. Br., Victoria, BC. Research Report 20. [Link]

Journal Articles

  • Wright SH, Berch SM, Berbee ML. 2009. The effect of fertilization on the below-ground diversity and community composition of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla). Mycorrhiza 19(4):267-276.
  • Berch, SM, RP Brockley, J Battigelli, and S Hagerman. 2009. Impacts of repeated fertilization on fine roots, mycorrhizas, mesofauna, and soil chemistry under young interior spruce in central British Columbia. Can. J. For. Res. 39(5):889–896.
  • Jones, MD, BD Twieg, DM Durall, and SM Berch. 2008. Location relative to a retention patch affects the ECM fungal community more than patch size in the first season after timber harvesting on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management 255:1342–1352.
  • Berch, S.M., J.P. Battigelli, and G.D. Hope. 2007. Responses of soil mesofauna communities and oribatid mite species to site preparation treatments in high-elevation cutblocks in southern British Columbia. Pedobiologia (2007), doi:10.1016/j.pedobi.2006.12.001.
  • Grayston SJ, Addison JA, Berch SM, DeMontigny LE, Durall DM, Egger KN, Jones MD, Modesto R, Mohn WW, Panesar TS, Prescott CE and Srivastava DS. 2006. Green tree retention: A tool to maintain soil function after harvest. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 7:9-12.
  • Berch SM, RP Brockley, J Battigelli, S Hagerman, and B Holl. 2006. Impacts of repeated fertilization on components of the soil biota under a young lodgepole pine stand in the interior of British Columbia. Can J For Res. 36(6):1415-1426.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

  • Berch, S.M., and J. Addison. 2007. Effects of organic matter loss and soil compaction on soil collembolan in plantations in the Sub-Boreal Spruce zone. Presentation at North American Forest Ecology Workshop, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
  • Berch, S.M., and J. Addison. 2007. Effects of organic matter (woody debris and forest floor) and soil compaction on stand level diversity of soil collembola in the SBS zone. Oral poster presentation at Northern Silviculture Committee winter meeting, Jan.15–17, Prince George, B.C.
  • Berch, S.M., and R.P. Brockley. 2007. Impacts of fertilization on soil biota of young lodgepole pine and interior spruce stands in the interior of British Columbia. Presentation at North American Forest Ecology Workshop, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

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Soil Physical Properties

Online Publications

Journal Articles

  • Blouin, V., M. Schmidt, C. Bulmer, and M. Krzic 2008 Effects of compaction and water content on lodgepole pine seedling growth. For. Ecol. Manage. 255:2444–2452.
  • Zhao, Y.S., M. Krzic, C. Bulmer, M. Schmidt 2008. Maximum bulk density of British Columbia forest soils from the Proctor test: relationships with selected physical and chemical properties. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 72:442-452.
  • Blouin V., M. Schmidt, C. Bulmer and M. Krzic 2005. Effects of mechanical disturbance on soil properties and lodgepole pine growth in British Columbia’s Central Interior. Can. J. Soil Sci. 85:681-691.
  • Bulmer, C.E. and D. Simpson 2005. Soil compaction and moisture content as factors affecting the growth of lodgepole pine seedlings on clay loam soil. Can. J. Soil Sci.85:667-679.
  • Krzic, M., C.E. Bulmer, F. Teste, L. Dampier, and S. Rahman, 2004. Soil Properties Influencing Compactability of Forest Soils in British Columbia, Can. J. Soil Sci. 84:219-226.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

  • Bulmer, C.E., and D.G. Simpson. 2006 Soil compaction and water content as factors affecting the growth of lodgepole pine seedlings on sandy clay loam soil. Poster presentation to SISCO, March 2006, Penticton BC.
  • Bulmer,C. M. Curran, and A. Startsev. 2005. New tools for sustainable forest management: improved prediction and evaluation of compaction in forest soils of British Columbia. Poster presentation to the Sustainable Forest Management Network meeting in Kelowna. Feb , 2005.
  • Blouin V., M. Schmidt, C. Bulmer and M. Krzic 2004. Soil compaction and water content effects on lodgepole pine seedling growth in British Columbia. Supersoil 2004: Program and Abstracts for the 3rd Australian New Zealand Soils Conference, University of Sydney, Australia, 5 – 9 December 2004.
  • Bulmer, C. , D. Simpson, M. Krzic, M. Schmidt, M. Curran. 2003. Soil strength and moisture content as factors affecting forest productivity on rehabilitated and degraded sites in BC. presented to spring meeting of Southern Interior Silviculture Committee, Penticton.

Theses

  • Zhao, Y.S. 2009. Relative bulk density as an index of soil compaction and forest productivity in British Columbia. Ph.D. Thesis, University of British Columbia.
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Harvesting (timber, biomass, mushroom) and Soils

Online Publications

  • Berch, S.M. and A. M. Wiensczyk. 2001. Ecological description and classification of some Pine Mushroom (Tricholoma magnivelare) habitat in British Columbia. B.C. Min. For. SIFERP. Victoria, BC; Kamloops, BC. Research Report 19. [Link]
  • Berch, S.M., and W. Cocksedge. 2003. Commercially important wild mushrooms and fungi of British Columbia. What the buyers are buying. Ministry of Forests Forest Science Program. Technical Report 006. [Link]

Journal Articles

  • Ehlers, T, S Fredrickson, and SM Berch. 2007. Pine mushroom habitat characteristics and management strategies in the West Kootenay Region of British Columbia. British Columbia Journal of Ecosystems and Management 8(3):76-88.
  • Berch, SM, K-H Ka, H Park, and R Winder. 2007. Development and potential of the cultivated and wild-harvested mushroom industries in the Republic of Korea and British Columbia. British Columbia Journal of Ecosystems and Management 8(3):53–75.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

  • Berch, SM, CE Bulmer, MP Curran, B Titus, M Finvers. 2009. Development of standards and criteria and indicators for sustainable harvest of forest biomass in British Columbia. IEA Bioenergy Workshop on Forests Under Pressure?! Bioenergy – Forest Industry – The Public. Wershofen (Eifel), Germany, 5 – 8 October 2009.
  • Berch, SM, CE Bulmer, MP Curran, B Titus, M Finvers. 2009. The framework for sustainable harvest of forest biomass in British Columbia. IEA Bioenergy Workshop, Biofuels & Bioenergy: A Changing Climate. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia, August 23-26, 2009.
  • Berch, S M. 2008. The progress of research on biomass harvesting in British Columbia. Workshop on the scientific foundation for sustainable forest biomass harvesting guidelines and policy. February 18-21, 2008. Toronto, Ontario.
  • Berch, S.M., T. Ehlers, and R. Winder. 2007. Compatible management of timber and ectomycorrhizal mushrooms, especially pine mushroom and chanterelle. Presentation at North American Forest Ecology Workshop, Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
  • Berch, S.M., and R. Winder. 2007. From tinder to truffles—fungi in the NTFP—agroforestry continuum. Presentation at Agroforestry Conference, Jun. 12–13, Université Laval, Québec, P.Q.
  • Curran. M. C. Bulmer, D.G. Neary, R. Heninger, T. Terry, K. Van Rees, S. Howes, B. White, C. Trettin, D. Maynard, and D. Page-Dumroese 2006. North American progress towards a common approach to assess and report soil disturbance in relation to forestry practices, including biomass removal. IEA Bioenergy Workshop Vancouver BC Canada Aug 28, 2006.
  • Berch, S.M. 2006. Commercially harvested forest mushrooms of BC: challenges and advances. Presentation at the Canadian Botanical Association Meeting, June 26–28, Concordia Univ., Montreal, P.Q.
  • Berch, S.M., B. Chapman, M. Curran, S. Dubé, G. Hope, R. Kabzems, and M. Kranabetter. 2006. Biomass removal, soil compaction and soil organic matter loss: criteria for long-term soil productivity. Poster presented at workshop on Biofuels and Bioenergy: Challenges and Opportunities, Aug.28–Sep.1, Vancouver, B.C.

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Digital Soil Mapping

Online Publications

  • Soil and Ecological Interpretations of Airborne γ-Radiometrics. Exploratory investigations in the former Cariboo Forest Region, British Columbia [link]
  • Protocol for Soil Resource Stewardship Monitoring: Cutblock Level
    Curran, M, S Dubé, C Bulmer, S Berch, B Chapman, G Hope, S Currie, P Courtin and M Kranabetter. 2009. Forest and Range Evaluation Program, B.C. Min. For. Ran. and B.C. Min. Env., Victoria, BC. [link]
  • Soil Risk Matrix for Off-Road Vehicle Damage (Changes) to Soil: Lake Koocanusa Area - Final version May 28, 2010.
    Mike Curran, PhD, PAg, Research Soil Scientist, BC Forest Service, Nelson [link]

Journal Articles

  • British Columbia Terrain, Soil, and Ecosystem Mapping Databases
    Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin Vol. 12/No. 2 Spring 2009 [link]

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

  • Digital soil mapping at multiple scales in British Columbia, Canada
    Smith, S., C. Bulmer, E. Flager, G. Frank and D. Filatow 2010. In Program and Abstracts, 4th Global Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping, 24-26 May 2010, Rome, Italy. pg 17. [link]

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Ministry Contact

Chuck Bulmer, Soil Restoration Ecologist

Ministry contact: Evelyn Hamilton.
Please direct questions regarding webpage to For.Prodres@gov.bc.ca
Updated July 2009