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  • Research Memo 001. Introduction 1975.
  • Research Memo 002. van den Driessche, R. 1975. Chilling Requirement of Douglas Fir. Res. Note No. 71. (E.P. 701).
  • Research Memo 003. Utzig, G. and L. Herring. 1975. Forest Harvesting Impacts at High Elevations. Res. Note No. 72. (E.P. 735).
  • Research Memo 004. Cheung, K.W. 1976. Induction of Dormancy in Container-Grown Western Hemlock Res. Note No. 73. (E.P. 721).
  • Research Memo 005. Annas, R. 1976. Weed Threatens Washington Forests.
  • Research Memo 006. Pendl, F.T. 1976. Forest Site Preparation by Desiccation of Brush with Herbicides. In-Service Report.
  • Research Memo 007. Klinka, K. and L.E. Lowe. 1976. Organic constituents of forest humus layers in the Coastal western hemlock biogeoclimatic zone of British Columbia in relation to forest ecosystems. 1. Proximate Analysis. Res. Note No. 74.
  • Research Memo 008. Klinka, K. and L.E. Lowe. 1976. Organic constituents of forest humus layers in the Coastal western hemlock biogeoclimatic zone of British Columbia in relation to forest ecosystems. 2. Humus fraction distribution. Res. Note No. 75.
  • Research Memo 009. Klinka, K. and L.E. Lowe. 1976 Organic constituents of forest humus layer in the Coastal western hemlock biogeoclimatic zone of British Columbia in relation to forest ecosystems. 3. Optical properties of humic acid fractions. Res. Note No. 76.
  • Research Memo 010. Anonymous. 1976. Five year Response of Douglas fir to Fertilization in the Sayward Forest, Vancouver Island. Res. Note No. 77. (E.P. 678).
  • Research Memo 011. Revel, J.A. and H. Coates. 1976. Planting of White Spruce Throughout the Growing Season on High Site Areas in the Sub-Boreal Forest Regions of B.C. File Report. (E.P.'s 505, 573 and 668).
  • Research Memo 012. Cheung, K.W. 1977. Effect of Subfreezing Storage Temperature on Overwintering Lodgepole Pine and Interior Spruce Seedlings Grown at Red Rock Nursery (E.P. 737.01). File Report.
  • Research Memo 013. Cheung, K.W. 1977. The Effect of Storage Duration and Temperature on the Physiology and Survival of Bare-Root (2-0) and Container (1-0) Grown Coastal Douglas-fir Seedlings. File Report. (E.P. 737.02).
  • Research Memo 014. Wheeler, N.C. 1977. Photo Period Extension for Growth Acceleration and Flower Promotion in Lodgepole Pine. (E.P.771).
  • Research Memo 015. Cheung, K.W. 1977. Growth Response of Douglas Fir Seedlings to Ethrel and Maleic Hydrazide. (E.P. 752).
  • Research Memo 016. Thompson, C.F. 1977. Partial Cutting in a Mixed Wet-Belt Type, Res. Note No. 78.
  • Research Memo 017. van den Driessche, R. 1977. Fertilizer Experiments in Conifer Nurseries of British Columbia. Res. Note No. 79. (E.P. 709, 723 and 724).
  • Research Memo 018. Herring, L.J. 1977. Studies of Advanced Subalpine Fir in the Kamloops Forest District. Res. Note No. 80. (E.P. 754.01).
  • Research Memo 019. Orr-Ewing, A.L. 1977. The Collection of Douglas Fir Inbreds at the Cowichan Lake Experimental Station, Vancouver Island. Res. Note No. 81. (E.P.474).
  • Research Memo 020. Kiss, G.K. 1977. Effects of Scion Storage on Grafts Survival of Various Spruces.
  • Research Memo 021. Kiss, G.K. 1977. Strobili Production of the Vernon Spruce Breeding Arboretum.
  • Research Memo 022. Wheeler, N.C. 1977. Container Grown Lodgepole Pine Make Excellent Rootstock.
  • Research Memo 023. Wheeler, N.C. 1977. The Effect of Scion Collection and Storage on Graft Survival of Lodgepole Pine.
  • Research Memo 024. Wheeler, N.C. 1978. Exogenous Application of Hormones to Enhance Flowering in Lodgepole Pine Seedlings and Grafts.
  • Research Memo 025. Thompson, C.F. 1978. Drag Scarification Trials in Lodgepole Pine Logging Slash in the Nelson Forest District of British Columbia. Res. Note No. 82. (E.P. 714).
  • Research Memo 026. Clark, M.B. and A. McLean. 1978. Compatibility of Grass Seeding and Coniferous Regeneration of Clearcuts in the South Central Interior of British Columbia. Res. Note No. 83. (E.P.590.3).
  • Research Memo 027. 1978. Factors Contributing to Blowdown in Streamside Leave Strips on Vancouver Island.
  • Research Memo 028. Glen, L.M. and G. Ackerman. 1978. Proposed Amendments to the Regeneration Survey System used on Drag Scarified Lodgepole Pine Sites in the Prince George Forest District. Res. Note No. 84. (E.P. 800).
  • Research Memo 029. Orr-Ewing, A.L. and F.C. Yeh. 1978. Survival and Growth Traits of Racial Crosses With Douglas Fir.
  • Research Memo 030. 1978. 1978 Strobili Production of the Vernon Spruce Breeding Arboretum.
  • Research Memo 031. Yeh, F.C. and D. O'Malley. 1978. Detecting Geographic Variation in Coastal and Interior Douglas Fir Populations by Biochemical Method.
  • Research Memo 032. 1978. Early Flowering in Lodgepole Pine Grafts.
  • Research Memo 033. 1978. The Lodgepole Pine Improvement Program.
  • Research Memo 034. 1978. Effects of Hormone Treatment of Initial Development of Douglas Fir Seeded in Biodegradable Containers.
  • Research Memo 035. Orr-Ewing, A.L. 1978. Partial Male Sterility in Douglas Fir.
  • Research Memo 036. 1979. Conversion of Fire Fighting Equipment for Use in Erosion Control.
  • Research Memo 037. 1979. Growth of Lodgepole Pine Seedlings in Competition With Grass.
  • Research Memo 038. 1979. Successive Thinnings in a Natural Stand of Douglas Fir Over A Fifty Year Period.
  • Research Memo 039. van den Driessche, R. 1980. E.P. 640.66 Growth of Douglas fir and white spruce seedlings treated with slow release fertilizers in the nursery.
  • Research Memo 040. Carr, W.W. 1980. A Handbook for Forest Roadside Erosion Control in British Columbia: Land Management Report Number 4.
  • Research Memo 041. 1980. Streamside Management, A Decision-Making Procedure for South Coastal British Columbia.
  • Research Memo 042. 1980. Ecology and Silviculture of the Most Productive Ecosystems for Growth of Douglas fir in Southwestern British Columbia.
  • Research Memo 043. 1980. Toxicity Studies With the Brush-Control Herbicide Krenite and Salmonid Fish.
  • Research Memo 044. Schwab, J.W. and W.J. Watt. 1981. Logging and Soil Disturbance on Steep Slopes in the Quesnel Highlands, Cariboo Forest Region.
  • Research Memo 045. Mitchell, W.R. and R.N. Green. 1981. Identification and Interpretation of Ecosystems of the Western Kamloops Forest Region.
  • Research Memo 046. Klinka, K., M.C. Feller, and L.E. Lowe. 1981. Characterization of the Most Productive Ecosystems for the Growth of Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii in Southwestern British Columbia.
  • Research Memo 047. Angove, K. 1981. A Guide to Common Plants of the Kamloops Region.
  • Research Memo 048. 1981. Notes on Relative Herbicidal Efficiency and Tolerance of Conifers in Bare Root Nursery Trials in 1980.
  • Research Memo 050. Lowe, L.E. and K. Klinka. 1981. Forest Humus in the Coastal Western Hemlock Biogeoclimatic Zone of British Columbia in Relation to Forest Productivity and Pedogenesis.
  • Research Memo 051. 1982. The Potential of Large Plug Stock in the Establishment of Interior Spruce Plantations.
  • Research Memo 053. Klinka, K., M.C. Feller, and R.K. Scagel. 1982. Characterization of the Most Productive Ecosystems for Growth of Picea engelmanii in Southwestern British Columbia.
  • Research Memo 054. 1982. A Guide to Plant Indicators of Moisture for Southeastern British Columbia, with Engineering Interpretations Land Management Handbook Number 5.
  • Research Memo 057. Inselberg, A.E., K. Klinka, and C. Ray. 1982. Ecosystems of MacMillian Park on Vancouver Island.
  • Research Memo 058. Feller, M.C. 1982. The Ecological Effects of Slashburning With Particular Reference to British Columbia: A Literature Review.
  • Research Memo 059. 1991. Natural Regeneration Failure at High Elevations in the Chipmunk Creek Drainage, Chilliwack Forest District.

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