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Research Approach to Solving Fish/Forestry Interactions in Relation to Mass Wasting on the Queen Charlotte Islands

Author(s) or contact(s): V.A. Poulin
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Erosion, Mass Wasting and Landslides
Series: Land Management Report
Other details:  Published 1984. Hardcopy is available.


Research in the Fish/Forestry Interaction Program was initiated in 1981 to resolve the conflicts between steep slope logging and the integrated management of fish and forest resources on the Queen Charlotte Islands.

Field research provided a data base for evaluating alternative research strategies, developing a stratification methodology for extrapolation of study results, and determining the site descriptors required to assess impacts. This report describes the research approach and methodology adopted in this major interdisciplinary program.

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Updated December 16, 2008