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List of Supporting Tables

A1. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha).This table supports figures 1.2a through 1.2d

A2. Population by age, sex, forest region, 1991. This table supports figures 1.2e, 1.3e, 1.4e, 1.5e, 1.6e, 1.7e and 1.8e

A3. Employment by age and sex, all forest regions 1991. This table supports figures 1.2f, 1.3f, 1.4f, 1.5f, 1.6f, 1.7f and 1.8f

A4. Education level, by sex, forest region, 1991. This table supports figures 1.2g, 1.3g, 1.4g, 1.5g, 1.6g, 1.7g and 1.8

A5. Occupation, forest regions, 1991. This table supports figures 1.2h, 1.3h, 1.4h, 1.5h, 1.6h, 1.7h and 1.8h.

A6. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha). This table supports figures 1.3a through 1.3d

A7. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha). This table supports figures 1.4a through 1.4d

A8. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha). This table supports figures 1.5a through 1.5d

A9. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha). This table supports figures 1.6a through 1.6d

A10. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha). This table supports figures 1.7a through 1.7d

A11. Forest Service management by ownership; by classification (000's ha). This table supports figures 1.8a through 1.8d

A12. All TSAs, Crown 62 land, area in hectares by inventory type group, site class and maturity, 1994. This table supports figures 3.3, 3.6 and 3.8.

A13. All TSAs, Crown 62 land, volume in (000's) cubic metres by inventory type group,site class and maturity, 1994. This table supports figures 3.4 and 3.7

A14. All TFLs, area in hectares by site class and maturity, 1994. This table supports figure 3.5.

A15. All TSAs and Crown 62 land areas (ha) are by age class, and inventory type group, 1994. This table supports figure 3.6

A16. All TSAs and Crown 62 land volumes (000's m3) are by age class by inventory type group1994 less decay, waste and breakage, 17.5 cm utilization to a 10 cm top. This table supports figure 3.7

A17. All TSAs, Crown 62 land, change of area in hectares by inventory type group, 1984 - 1994. This table supports figures 3.9 and 3.13

A18. TFLs change in area (ha), and percentage change in area, by region, 1984 - 1994, all ownerships. This table supports figure 3.10

A19. All TSAs and TFLs, change of area (ha) by site class 1984-1994, all inventory type groups. This table supports figure 3.11

A20. All TSAs, Crown 62 land, change of volume in (000's) cubic metres by inventory type group,1984 - 1994 , less decay, waste and breakage. This table supports figures 3.12, 3.14 and 3.16

A21. TFLs change in area (ha), and percentage change in area, by region, 1984 - 1994, all ownerships. This table supports figures 3.15 and 3.16

A22. All TSAs and Crown 62 land change in area (ha) by age class by inventory type group 1984 - 1994. This table supports figure 3.17

A23. All TSAs and Crown 62 land, change in volume (000's m3) by age class by inventory type group1984 - 1994 less decay, waste and breakage. This table supports figure 3.18

A24. Timber volume damaged by forest insects and disease (000's m3). This table supports figure 3.23

A25. Volume lost to pests from 1983/84 to 1992/93 (000's m3). This table supports figure 3.24

A26. Total area (ha) affected by major forest insects. This table supports figure 3.25

A27. Annual timber area (ha) lost to wildfire. This table supports figure 3.26

A28. Annual timber volume lost to wildfire (000's m3). This table supports figure 3.27

A29. Timber affected by wildfire and pests, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.28

A30. Timber harvest (000's ha), area by year. This table supports figure 3.29

A31. Reforestation/Harvest levels (ha). This table supports figure 3.30

A32. Not-satisfactorily-restocked (NSR) Crown land (ha). This table supports figure 3.31

A33. Timber products billed; volume by forest region and year (000's m3). This table supports figure 3.32

A34. Volume of all products billed (000's m3) by land status and year. This table supports figure 3.33

A35. Timber products billed; volume (000's m3) by forest region and species, 1992/93. This table supports figure 3.34

A36. Timber products billed, volume (000's m3) by species and year. This table supports figures 3.35 and 3.36

A37. Clearcutting and partial cutting by Crown or private land (000's ha). This table supports figures 3.38 and 3.39

A38. Road inventory and improvements, length (km) by year. This table supports figure 3.40

A39. Road construction and improvements, cost by year (000's). This table supports figure 3.41

A40. Site preparation on Crown land, area (ha) by treatment method and year. This table supports figure 3.42

A41. Prescribed Natural Regeneration - SBFEP and Major Licensees, Percentage Area. This table supports figure 3.43

A42. Trees planted in British Columbia (millions). This table supports figures 3.44 and 3.45

A43. Planting on Crown land, area (ha) by forest region by year. This table supports figure 3.46

A44. Trees planted on Crown land, area (000's ha) by species 1. This table supports figure 3.47

A45. Average 2nd year seedling survival. This table supports figure 3.48

A46. Seed inventory by source and species. This table supports figures 3.49a through 3.49d

A47. Seed additions (kg) to the tree seed centre by source and species. This table supports figures 3.50a through 3.50c

A48. Seed orchard size, area by species and operator, 1994. This table supports figures 3.51a and 3.51b

A49. Brushing on Crown land, area (ha) by treatment type and year. This table supports figure 3.52

A50. Brushing on Crown land, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.53

A51. Silviculture surveys on Crown, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.54

A52. Area audited for basic silviclulture performance on Crown land, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.55

A53. Area audited for basic silviclulture performance on Crown land, area (ha) by licencee by year. This table supports figure 3.56

A54. Basic silviculture performance on Crown land (ha) for major licensees. This table supports figure 3.57

A55. Basic silviculture performance on Crown land (ha) for SBFEP. This table supports figure 3.58

A56. Juvenile spacing on Crown land, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.59

A57. Pruning on Crown land, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.60

A58. Fertilizing on Crown land, area (ha) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 3.61

A59. (Not shown) Comprises of tables 3.8 and 3.9 (1994 Forest, Range and Recreation Resource Analysis). This table supports figure 3.62

A60. Current allowable annual cut (AAC) for TSAs and TFLs. This table supports figure 3.62

A61. Provincial grazing permits and licences, 1985-1992. This table supports figures 4.10 and 4.11

A62. Grazing and hay cutting tenures, number by region and year. This table supports figures 4.12 and 4.13

A63. Hay cutting permits and licences by region (harvested tonnes of hay). This table supports figures 4.14 and 4.15

A64. Protected areas and related designations, (%) by forest region. This table supports figure 5.8

A65. Recreation map notations, reserves and study areas by forest region (000's ha), 1993. This table supports figure 5.9

A66. Estimated and projected roaded and roadless areas (%), by forest region and year. This table supports figure 5.10

A67. Estimated and projected (%) of roaded and roadless areas by broad ecosystem type and year. This table supports figure 5.11

A68. Length of forest roads (km) by forest region and year. This table supports figure 5.12

A69. Provincially outstanding and important features in protected areas, number by forest region. This table supports figure 5.13

A70. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation sites, by forest region, and year. This table supports figure 5.14

A71. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation sites, camping units by forest region and type of access, 1993. This table supports figure 5.15

A72. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation trails, length (km) by forest region, and year. This table supports figure 5.16

A73. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation trail types, length (km) by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 5.17

A74. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation trail ROS class, length (km) by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 5.18

A75. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation sites and trail ROS class, area (000's ha) by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 5.19

A76. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation structures, type of structures (#) by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 5.20

A77. Interpretive forest sites, number by forest region, 1988 and 1993. This table supports figure 5.21

A78. Backcountry campground conditions, number of sites by impact severity, 1993. This table supports figure 5.22

A79. Visually sensitive areas in B.C., percentage area by classification, 1993. This table supports figure 5.23

A80. B.C. resident satisfaction with the amount of formally designated wilderness,% response by degree, 1993. This table supports figure 5.24

A81. Visitor satisfaction at B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation sites, 1993. This table supports figure 5.25

A82. Outdoor recreation use on public lands, 1993 (millions of visitor-days of use). This table supports figure 5.26

A83. Tourism use, number of visitor-days by origin of visitor, 1993. This table supports figure 5.28

A84. Outdoor recreation use in provincial forests, (000's visitor-days of use) by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 5.29

A85. Outdoor recreation use in roaded and roadless areas in provincial forests,(000's visitor-days of use) by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 5.30

A86. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation sites, (000's visitor-days of use) by region. This table supports figure 5.31

A87. B.C. Ministry of Forests recreation trails, (000's visitor-days of use) by forest region. This table supports figure 5.32

A88. Value added in the B.C. forest products industry (millions of dollars). This table supports figure 7.1

A89. Value of B.C. manufacturing shipments (billions of dollars). This table supports figure 7.2

A90. Forest industry employment in B.C. 000's of jobs by forest sector and year. This table supports figure 7.3

A91. Gross domestic product in the B.C. forest industry, (millions of dollars) by industry sector. This table supports figure 7.4

A92. Value of B.C. origin exports, (billions of dollars) by product type and year. This table supports figure 7.5

A93. Government revenue from the B.C. forest industry (millions of dollars). This table supports figures 7.6 and 7.7

A94. Timber products billed, volume (000's m3) by coast or interior and year. This table supports figure 7.8

A95. Disposition of B.C. log harvest, volume (000's m3) by process type, 1992. This table supports figure 7.9

A96. B.C. lumber production, million board feet by coast or interior and year. This table supports figure 7.10

A97. Distribution of B.C. sawmill capacity, board feet/year by mill capacity and region, 1993. This table supports figure 7.11

A98. B.C. plywood production (millions ft2). This table supports figure 7.12

A99. Pulp and paper production, weight (000's tonnes) by product type and year. This table supports figure 7.13

A100. World exports of forest products, by product and region, 1989-1991 average. (millions of U.S. dollars). This table supports figure 7.14

A101. World production and exports of softwood lumber, volume (000's m3) by region, 1989-1991 average. This table supports figure 7.15

A102. Destination of B.C. lumber shipments (millions of board feet). This table supports figure 7.16

A103. World production and exports of plywood, volume average (000's m3) by region, 1989-1991. This table supports figure 7.17

A104. Destination of B.C. plywood shipments, volume (million ft2; 3/8" basis) by region and year. This table supports figure 7.18

A105. World production and exports of wood pulp, weight (000's tonnes) by region, 1989-1991 average. This table supports figure 7.19

A106. Destination of B.C. chemical pulp shipments, weight (000's tonnes) by year. This table supports figure 7.20

A107. World production and exports of newsprint, weight (000's tonnes) by region, 1989-1991 average. This table supports figure 7.21

A108. Destination of B.C. newsprint shipments, weight (000's tonnes) by region and year. This table supports figure 7.22

A109. Changes in international currencies compared to Canadian dollars, values by year. This table supports figure 7.23

A110. North American lumber production, average variable costs (US$/millions of board feet)by region and year. This table supports figure 7.24

A111. Detailed costs of lumber production, costs (US$/millions of board feet) by region and type, 1993. This table supports figure 7.25

A112. International softwood kraft pulp production, costs US$ per tonne by region and year. This table supports figure 7.26

A113. Detailed costs of softwood kraft pulp production, costs US$ per tonne by region, 1993. This table supports figures 7.27a and 7.27b

A114. International newsprint production, costs US$ per tonne by region and year. This table supports figure 7.28

A115. Detailed costs of newsprint production, costs US$ per tonne by region, 1993. This table supports figure 7.29a and 7.29b

A116. Forecasts of world demand for lumber, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast. This table supports figure 7.30

A117. Forecasts of demand for wood-based panels, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast. This table supports figure 7.31

A118. Forecasts of world demand for paper and paperboard, % increase by survey,date and period of forecast. This table support figure 7.32

A119. Forecasts of demand for newsprint, % increase by survey, date and period of forecast. This table supports figure 7.33

A120. Summary of industrial roundwood demand to 2020, annual volume (million m3 per year)by product and year. This table supports figure 7.34

A121. Forecast of global supply of industrial roundwood, annual volume (million m3 year) by region and year. This table supports figures 7.35a and 7.35b

A122. Global outlook- roundwood supply/demand balance (million m3 year). This table supports figure 7.36

A123. Distribution of B.C. beef cow herd, number of head by forest region, 1991. This table supports figure 7.37

A124. Crown forage use, actual and authorized, AUMs by year. This table supports figure 7.38

A125. Size of beef cow herd, number of head by year. This table supports figure 7.39

A126. Horses using Crown forage, number by forest region, 1991. This table supports figure 7.40

A127. Sheep using Crown forage, number by forest region, 1991. This table supports figure 7.41

A128. Ungulate animal units (AUs) by forest region, 1991. This table supports figure 7.42

A129. Recreational Horseback use in provincial forests by B.C. residents, recreation-activity daysby forest region, 1989. This table supports figure 7.43

A130. Comparison of wildlife grazing to livestock grazing, AUMs by region, 1991. This table supports figure 7.44

A131. Estimated demand for Crown forage, livestock AUMs by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 7.45

A132. Trends in average hay yields on private land (tons/acre), weight by year. This table supports figure 7.46

A133. Estimated supply of Crown range, AUMs by forest region, 1993. This table supports figure 7.47

A134. Annual economic value of outdoor recreation in provincial forests, 1993 (millions of 1993 CA$). This table supports figure 7.50

A135. Annual economic values of outdoor recreation in provincial forests, 1993 (millions of 1993 CA$). This table supports figure 7.51

A136. Annual economic value of wilderness recreation in B.C., 1993 a (millions of 1993 CA$). This table supports figure 7.52

A137. Annual economic value of outdoor recreation on Crown land in B.C., 1993 (millions of 1993 CA$). This table supports figure 7.53

A138. Annual economic value of Outdoor recreation and wilderness recreation on Crown land in 1993 (millions of 1993 CA$). This table supports figure 7.54

B1. Classification of forest land bases, Kalum South, 1994. This table supports figures B2 and B3

B2. Age distributions for before decades 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, and 26, (years 0, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250), Kalum South. This table supports figures B4 and B8a through B8f.

B3. Major forest management emphases, Kalum South, 1994. (% of area). This table supports figure B5

B4. Base case harvest forecast, Kalum South, 1994. Volume (000's m3) by decade. This table supports figure B6

B5. Changes in timber growing stock over time, Kalum South base case, 1994. Volume (000's m3) by decade. This table supports figure B7

B6. Alternative harvest flow patterns using base case data, Kalum South, 1994. Annual volume (000's m3)by decade. This table supports figure B9.

B7. Harvest forecasts for 20% uncertainty in existing stand volumes, Kalum South, 1994. Annual volume(000's m3) by decade. This table supports figure B10

B8. Harvest forecasts if forest cover requirements were different than base case, Kalum South, 1994. Annual volume (000's m3) by decade. This table supports figure B11

B9. Harvest forecasts if old-growth objectives were different than base case, Kalum South, 1994Annual volume (000's m3) by decade. This table supports figure B12


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