Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program
FIA Project 2418011

    Adaptive management of forestry practices in Pine-Lichen woodlands in North-Central British Columbia: project plan
Project lead: Canadian Forest Products Ltd.
Contributing Authors: Sulyma, Randy; Sulyma, Sandra; Alward, Breck; Wawryszyn, Sandra
Imprint: Fort St. James, B.C. : Forest Floor Contracting Ltd., 2006
Subject: Forest Investment Account (FIA), Adaptive management, Caribou, British Columbia
Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program
This adaptive management plan (AMP) outlines a process for integrating the management of winter range for northern caribou (Rangifer tarandus) with forestry practices. The integration of these two resources in strategic level plans (i.e. the Mackenzie LRMP and the Vanderhoof LRMP) has resulted in the establishment of caribou strategies and technical/public advisory groups that have recognised the social, economic and ecological importance of both resources and the interactions between them. Regarding interactions, limited information and uncertainties related to decision making have resulted in a conflict situation that demands research be conducted to resolve issues.
Randy Sulyma and Sandra Wawryszyn.


Adaptive Management Policy Plan (0.2Mb)
Project Update (0.2Mb)
Pretreatment Assessment (3.6Mb)
Site 1 and 2 Pretreatment Assessments (5.2Mb)
Treatment Summary (3.2Mb)
Project Update - Newsletter (0.4Mb)
Site 1 Progress Report (2.9Mb)
Site 1 Treatment Report (2.3Mb)

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