Table of Contents


List of Figures

Chapter 1

1.1 B.C.’s six forest regions
1.2 Province of B.C.
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation
1.3 Cariboo Forest Region
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation
1.4 Kamloops Forest Region
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation
1.5 Nelson Forest Region
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation
1.6 Prince George Forest Region
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation
1.7 Prince Rupert Forest Region
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation
1.8 Vancouver Forest Region
Total land ownership
Provincial land ownership
Federal land ownership
Forest land classification
Population
Employment
Education
Occupation

Chapter 2

2.1 B.C.’s physiographic regions
2.2 B.C.’s ecoprovinces
2.3 Biogeoclimatic zones of B.C

Chapter 3

3.1 Distribution of TSAs in B.C
3.2.a Distribution of TFLs in B.C
3.2.b Distribution of TFLs in southwestern B.C
3.2.c Distribution of TFLs in Clayoquot Sound
3.3 All TSAs, Crown land, area by site class and maturity, 1994
3.4 All TSAs, Crown land, volume by site class and maturity, 1994
3.5 All TFLs, area by site class and maturity, 1994
3.6 All TSAs, Crown land, area by leading species and site class, 1994
3.7 All TSAs, Crown land, volume by leading species and site class, 1994
3.8 All TSAs, Crown land, area by leading species and maturity, 1994
3.9 All TSAs, Crown land, change in area by site class and maturity, 19841994
3.10 All TFLs, change in area by site class and maturity, 19841994
3.11 All TSAs and TFLs, change in area by site class and maturity, 19841994
3.12 All TSAs, Crown land, change in volume by maturity and site class, 19841994
3.13 All TSAs, Crown land, change in area by species, 19841994
3.14 All TSAs, Crown land, change in volume by species, 19841994
3.15 All TFLs, change in mature volume by species, 19841994
3.16 All TSAs and TFLs, change in volume by species, 19841994
3.17 All TSAs, Crown land, change in area by age class, 19841994
3.18 All TSAs, Crown land, change in volume by age class, 19841994
3.19 Tree species
3.20 Age classes
3.21 Site index classes
3.22 Mature and immature forest
3.23 Timber affected by pests, volume by region and year
3.24 Timber affected by pests, % volume by type
3.25 Timber affected by insects, area by region and year
3.26 Timber burned by wildfire, area by region and year
3.27 Timber burned by wildfire, volume by region and year
3.28 Timber area affected by wildfire and pests, area by region and year
3.29 Timber harvest, area by year
3.30 Net reforestation vs. net harvest, area by year
3.31 Not satisfactorily restocked (NSR) Crown land, area by year
3.32 Timber products billed, volume by forest region and year
3.33 Timber products billed, volume by land status and year
3.34 Timber products billed, volume by forest region and species, 1992–93
3.35 Timber products billed, volume by species and year
3.36 Timber products billed, % annual volume by species, 1984–1994
3.37 Silvicultural system components
3.38 Clearcutting and partial cutting, percentage area, 1984–85 to 1992–93
3.39 Clearcutting and partial cutting, area by year
3.40 Road inventory and improvements, length by year
3.41 Road construction and improvements, cost by year
3.42 Site preparation on Crown land, area by treatment method and year
3.43 Prescribed natural regeneration, % area by year
3.44 Number of trees planted each year (on Crown and private land)
3.45 Cumulative number of trees planted (on Crown and private land)
3.46 Planting on Crown land, area by region and year
3.47 Tree species planted on Crown land, % area by species and year
3.48 Second year seedling survival, % by year
3.49.a Seed inventory, weight by source and species seed orchard, 1994
3.49.b Seed inventory, weight by source and species natural stands, 1994
3.49.c Seed inventory, potential seedlings by source and species seed orchard, 1994
3.49.d Seed inventory, potential seedlings by source and species natural stands, 1994
3.50.a Seed additions to Surrey Tree Seed Centre, weight by species and year seed orchards
3.50.b Seed additions to Surrey Tree Seed Centre, weight by species and year natural stands graph 1.75
3.50.c Seed additions to Surrey Tree Seed Centre, weight by species and year natural stands graph 2
3.51.a Coast seed orchard size, area by species and operator, 1994
3.51.b Interior seed orchard size, area by species and operator, 1994
3.52 Brushing on Crown land, area by treatment type and year
3.53 Brushing on Crown land, area by region and year
3.54 Silviculture surveys on Crown land, area by region and year
3.55 Area audited for basic silviculture performance on Crown land by region and year
3.56 Area audited for basic silviculture performance on Crown land by licensee and year
3.57 Basic silviculture performance on Crown land for major licensees, by year
3.58 Basic silviculture performance on Crown land for SBFEP, by year
3.59 Juvenile spacing on Crown land, area by region and year
3.60 Pruning on Crown land, area by region and year
3.61 Fertilizing on Crown land, area by region and year
3.62 Current allowable annual cuts (AAC) for TSAs and TFLs, volume by region, 1994

Chapter 4

4.1 General range type distribution, Cariboo
4.2 General range type distribution, Kamloops
4.3 General range type distribution, Nelson
4.4 General range type distribution, Prince George
4.5 General range type distribution, Prince Rupert
4.6 General range type distribution, Vancouver
4.7 Level of commitment by range unit
4.8 Livestock AUM allocation by range unit
4.9 Planning for Summit Lake range unit
4.10 Provincial grazing permits and licences issued, number by year
4.11 Provincial grazing permits and licences, AUMs authorized and utilized by year
4.12 Regional summary of grazing and haycutting tenures, number by region and year
4.13 Provincial summary of grazing and haycutting tenures, number by year
4.14 Regional summary of harvested hay, weight by region and year
4.15 Provincial summary of harvested hay, weight by year
4.16 Distribution and relative occurrence of diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa)
4.17 Distribution and relative occurrence of spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa)
4.18 Distribution and relative occurrence of hound’s tongue (Cynoglossum officinale)
4.19 Distribution and relative occurrence of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula)
4.20 Distribution and relative occurrence of dalmation toadflax (Linaria dalmatica)
4.21 Spotted knapweed infestation and spread potential for Boundary Forest District, 1994
4.22 Agapeta zoegana release sites
4.23 Sphenoptera jugoslavica release sites
4.24 Cyphocleonus achates release sites
4.25 Provincial biological control release sites

Chapter 5

5.1 Recreation inventory status
5.2 Recreation features significance
5.3 Recreation opportunity spectrum
5.4 Visually sensitive areas inventoried
5.5 Recreation sites and trails, interpretive forest sites and wilderness areas
5.6 Protected areas and study areas
5.7 Undeveloped watersheds
5.8 Protected areas and related designations, % area by region and year
5.9 Recreation map notations, reserves and study areas, area by region, 1993
5.10 Estimated and projected roadless areas by region and year
5.11 Estimated and projected roadless areas by broad ecosystem type and year
5.12 Forest roads, length by region and year
5.13 Provincially outstanding and important features in protected areas, number by region
5.14 BCFS recreation sites, number by region and year
5.15 BCFS recreation sites, camping units by region and type of access, 1993
5.16 BCFS recreation trails, length by region and year
5.17 BCFS recreation trail types, length by region, 1993
5.18 BCFS recreation trail ROS class, length by region, 1993
5.19 BCFS recreation sites and trails ROS class, area by region, 1993
5.20 BCFS recreation structures, number by region, 1993
5.21 Interpretive forest sites, number by region, 1988 and 1993
5.22 Backcountry campground conditions, number of sites by impact severity, 1993
5.23 Visually sensitive areas in B.C., % area by classification, 1993
5.24 B.C. resident satisfaction with the amount of formally designated wilderness, % response by degree, 1993
5.25 Visitor satisfaction at BCFS recreation sites, 1993
5.26 Outdoor recreation use on public lands, number of visits, 1993
5.27 Components of outdoor recreation and tourism use
5.28 Tourism use, number of visitordays by origin of visitor, 1993
5.29 Outdoor recreation use in provincial forests, visitordays by region, 1993
5.30 Outdoor recreation use in roaded and roadless areas in provincial forests, visitordays by region, 1993
5.31 BCFS recreation sites, visitordays by region and year
5.32 BCFS recreation trails, visitordays by region and year

Chapter 6

No Figures

Chapter 7

7.1 Value added in the B.C. forest products industry, dollars by year
7.2 Value of B.C. manufacturing shipments, dollars by product type and year
7.3 Forest industry employment in B.C., number of jobs by industry sector and year
7.4 Gross domestic product in the B.C. forest industry, dollars by industry sector and year
7.5 Value of B.C. origin exports, dollars by product type and year
7.6 Government revenue from the B.C. forest industry, dollars by jurisdiction and year
7.7 Provincial revenue, total and from forest industry, dollars by year
7.8 Timber products billed, volume by coast or interior and year
7.9 Disposition of B.C. log harvest, volume by process type, 1992
7.10 B.C. lumber production, board feet by coast or interior and year
7.11 Distribution of B.C. sawmill capacity, board feet/yr by mill capacity and region, 1993
7.12 B.C. plywood production, square feet by year
7.13 B.C. pulp and paper production, weight by product type and year
7.14 World exports of forest products, dollars by product and region, 198991 average
7.15 World production and exports of softwood lumber, volume by region, 198991 average
7.16 Destination of B.C. lumber shipments, board feet by year
7.17 World production and exports of plywood, volume by region, 19891991 average
7.18 Destination of B.C. plywood shipments, square feet by region and year
7.19 World production and exports of wood pulp, weight by region, 19891991 average
7.20 Destination of B.C. chemical pulp shipments, weight by year
7.21 World production and exports of newsprint, weight by region, 19891991 average
7.22 Destination of B.C. newsprint shipments, weight by region and year
7.23 Changes in international currencies compared to Canadian dollars, value by year
7.24 North American lumber production, costs/mfbm by region and year
7.25 Detailed costs of lumber production, costs/mfbm by region and type, 1993
7.26 International softwood kraft pulp production, costs/tonne by region and year
7.27.a Detailed costs of softwood kraft pulp production, variable costs/tonne by region, 1993
7.27.b Detailed costs of softwood kraft pulp production, fixed costs/tonne by region, 1993
7.28 International newsprint production, costs/tonne by region and year
7.29.a Detailed costs of newsprint production, variable costs/tonne by region, 1993
7.29.b Detailed costs of newsprint production, fixed costs/tonne by region, 1993
7.30 Forecasts of world demand for lumber, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast
7.31 Forecasts of world demand for woodbased panels, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast
7.32 Forecasts of world demand for paper and paperboard, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast
7.33 Forecasts of world demand for newsprint, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast
7.34 Summary of industrial roundwood demand to 2020, annual volume by product and year
7.35.a Forecasts of global supply of industrial roundwood, softwood, annual volume by region and year
7.35.b Forecasts of global supply of industrial roundwood, hardwood, annual volume by region and year
7.36 Global outlook , roundwood supply/ and demand balance, annual volume by year
7.37 Distribution of B.C. beef cow herd, number of head by forest region, 1991
7.38 Crown forage use, actual and authorized, area by year
7.39 Size of beef cow herd, number of head by year
7.40 Horses using Crown forage, number by forest region, 1991
7.41 Sheep using Crown forage, number by forest region, 1991
7.42 Ungulate animal units by forest region, 1991
7.43 Recreational horseback use in provincial forests by B.C. residents, recreationactivity days by forest region,1989
7.44 Comparison of wildlife grazing to livestock grazing, AUMs by region, 1991
7.45 Estimated demand for Crown forage, livestock, AUMs by forest region, 1993
7.46 Trends in average hay yields on private land, weight by year
7.47 Estimated supply of Crown range, AUMs by forest region, 1993
7.48 Gross economic value to B.C. of outdoor recreation from B.C. residents
7.49 Gross economic value to B.C. of outdoor recreation from nonresidents
7.50 Annual economic value of outdoor recreation in provincial forests, dollars by residents and nonresidents, 1993
7.51 Annual economic value of outdoor recreation in provincial forests, dollars by forest region, 1993
7.52 Annual economic value of wilderness recreation in B.C., dollars by residents and nonresidents, 1993
7.53 Annual economic value of outdoor recreation on Crown land, dollars by residents and nonresidents, 1993
7.54 Annual economic value of outdoor recreation and wilderness recreation on Crown land, dollars, 1993
7.55 Components of outdoor recreation and tourism resource use

Chapter 8

8.1 Ministry of Forests organization and FTE allocation
8.2 B.C.’s six forest regions

Appendix B

B1 Kalum South B1
B2 Classification of total forest land bases, Kalum South, 1994,% area B3
B3 Classification of productive forest land bases, Kalum South, 1994,% area B3
B4 Current age class, Kalum South, 1994, area B3
B5 Major forest management emphases, Kalum South, 1994, area B4
B6 Base case harvest forecast, Kalum South, 1994, volume by decade B6
B7 Changes in timber growing stock over time, Kalum South base case 1994, volume by decade B7
B8a Changes in age composition, Kalum South 1994, current area B8
B8b Changes in age composition, Kalum South 1994, area in 50 yrs B8
B8c Changes in age composition, Kalum South 1994, area in 100 yrs B8
B8d Changes in age composition, Kalum South 1994, area in 150 yrs B8
B8e Changes in age composition, Kalum South 1994, area in 200 yrs B8
B8f Changes in age composition, Kalum South 1994, area in 250 yrs B8
B9 Alternative harvest flow patterns using base case data, Kalum South 1994, annual volume by decade B9 volume by decade B9
B10 Harvest forecast for 20% uncertainty in existing stand volumes, Kalum South 1994, annual volume by decade B10
B11 Harvest forecasts if forest cover requirements were different than base case, Kalum South 1994, annual volume by decade B11
B12 Harvest forecasts if old-growth objectives were different than base case, Kalum South 1994, annual volume by decade B12

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