|Forest Investment Account|
|Abstract of FII Project R2003-193|
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Habitat attributes on Riverside's TFL 49
|Author(s): Herbers, Jim; Serrouya, Robert||Imprint: B.C. : Riverside Forest Products, 2003||Subject: Habitat Conservation, British Columbia, Habitat (Ecology)||Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program|
The research will answer questions regarding the use of various forest conditions and treatments that can provide key habitat. Key outcomes include: · Relating to Phase A, forest companies will be able to use treatment information to adjust practices (based on identified thresholds) for variable retention, snag retention, maintenance of CWD, and management of deciduous species. · Relating Phase B, provide an assessment on the effectiveness of winter bird communities as indicators for forest practices; and, · Resulting from both phases, implement change in practices, based on indicator response, that will adjust the current constraint load (60%), on the TFL land base.
Jim Herbers and Robert Serrouya.
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