in Partial Cut Stands
A new approach to regeneration stocking assessment in partially
cut stands in the BC interior
This web site provides information on a new method to assess
regeneration stocking in partially cut stands in the BC interior.
This method is especially relevant to stands with substantial
variation in the size and spatial arrangement of live trees retained
at harvest. Problems arise when British Columbia’s existing
systems for assessing stocking are applied in this stand type.
On this web site, you’ll find information on a new method
of assessing the adequacy of seedling and sapling stocking that
addresses some deficiencies in existing systems. This new method
could be used:
- to help make reforestation treatment recommendations
- as the basis for non-traditional stocking
- to provide insight into the yield
implications of a given level of understorey stocking.
- DFP Survey Procedure (June 28, 2004 version, PDF)
- Training Session Workbook (June 28, 2004 version, PDF)
- DFP Technical Report (Mar. 16, 2005 version, PDF)
- DFP Extension Note – Web Version | Print Version
(June 7, 2005, PDF)
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This project is partly funded by the Government of Canada through the Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative, a six-year, $40 million program administered by Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service.