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Adams Lake IFPA moose winter range: definition and management options.

Author(s): Keystone Wildlife Research
Imprint: White Rock, B.C. : Keystone Wildlife Research, 2002
Subject: Moose, Research, British Columbia, Wintering, Forest Investment Account (FIA)
Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program

Abstract

The objectives of the Adams Lake Innovative Forest Practices Agreement (IFPA) are to better define the moose winter range mapping within the IFPA area, and to develop management zones and prescriptions to direct future harvest and silviculture planning. Areas of moose winter range were delineated using TEM polygons with reference to the Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP) coverage. Areas capable of supporting moose in winter and critical areas (wetlands) were identified and management objectives, both spatial and prescriptive, proposed to maintain the moose populations in the area. Management regimes were modified by methods consistent with the Okanagan LRMP moose management plan (and others).


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