|Forest Investment Account|
|Abstract of FII Project R04-089|
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Northern Wetbelt Silvicultural Systems Project
|Author(s): Jull, Michael (University of Northern British Columbia)||Subject: Biodiversity, Climate, Ecology, Extension, Forestry, Integrated resource management, Silviculture/Forest Management Systems, Wildlife||Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program|
The Northern Wetbelt Silvicultural Systems Project is an established, long-term study designed to investigate the ecological and silvicultural outcomes of different silvicultural systems (including clearcut and partial cut harvest methods and uncut controls) in wet Interior cedar-hemlock and subalpine spruce-fir forests. Seven silvicultural systems study areas have been established in the mountains of east-central British Columbia, specifically in Wet and Very Wet ICH and ESSF subzones. The project includes older installations (Lucille, Fleet) and a recently-established set of replicated ICH and ESSF trials (East Twin, Minnow, Lunate, Pinkerton, Bearpaw).
Updated September 08, 2005
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