Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program
FIA Project 4406003

    Monitoring rationale for values under the SFM framework
 
Project lead: Slocan Forest Products Ltd.
Contributing Authors: Wells, Ralph W.; Welham, Clive; Jeakins, Paul; Maness, Thomas C.; Campbell, D. Cameron; Boyd, Jeremy; Harshaw, Howard W.; Robinson, Nicole G.
Imprint: [Quesnel, B.C.] : Canadian Forest Products Ltd., 2005
Subject: Forest Investment Account (FIA), Sustainable Forestry, British Columbia, Biological Diversity, Sustainable Forest Management Plans (SFMP) BC
Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program
Description:
This project 1; Creates a set of scientifically credible rationales for the monitoring of the SFM Framework indicators and measures that can be adapted for use in the development of local SFM Plans for CanFor's BC operations 2; Develops a cost-effective monitoring plan for each indicator identified by the Quesnel SFM Plan with direction for implementation implemented by forest practitioners 3; Identifies priorities or knowledge gaps where current data/protocols/availability and recommend strategies for addressing those gaps 4; Identifies linkages between monitoring plans and forecasting protocols and information management requirement.
prepared by Ralph W. Wells.

    Deliverables:

Criterion 2 - Ecosystem Productivity (50Kb)
Criterion 3 - Carbon Monitoring Rationale (Draft) (44Kb)
Criterion 4 - Sustaining Timber Economics (63Kb)
Criterion 5 - Non-timber Economics (30Kb)
Criterion 6 - Local Economy Diversification (19Kb)
Criterion 7 - Decision Making (83Kb)
Criterion 8 - First Nations Values (98Kb)
Criterion 9 - Quality of Life (59Kb)
Criterion Report (All sections) (0.6Mb)
Summary of Monitoring Approaches (48Kb)
Project Submission Summary (23Kb)
Criterion 1 - Biological Richness (0.6Mb)

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Updated August 16, 2010 

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