Research Reports



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New Research Reports

  • Rr32: A Reformulated Site Index Model for White Spruce (Picea glauca) for the Interior of British Columbia

  • Rr31: Development of a lodgepole pine site index model with the grounded-Generalized Algebraic Difference Approach (g-GADA)

  • Rr30: Amabilis fir height-age and growth intercept models for British Columbia

  • Rr29: Twenty-year interior spruce tree growth and nutrient levels on calcareous soils in southeastern British Columbia

  • Rr28: Natural regeneration of subalpine fir and Engelmann spruce in partially harvested high-elevation stands in east-central British Columbia

  • Rr27: Effects of fertilization on the growth and foliar nutrition of immature Douglas-fir in the interior cedar-hemlock zone of British Columbia: six-year results

  • Rr26: Development and structure of three high-elevation old spruce-fir stands in the quesnel highland of east-central British Columbia

  • Rr25: Juvenile height models for lodgepole pine and interior spruce: validation of existing models and development of new models

  • Rr24: Forest, edge, and opening microclimate at Sicamous Creek

  • Rr23: Response of vegetation to burning in a subalpine forest cutblock in central British Columbia: Otter Creek site

  • Rr22: Growth and development following partial cutting of a complex stand in the interior cedar-hemlock zone of British Columbia: 40-year results

  • Rr21: Effects of bladed skid roads on soil properties and early tree growth on two steep slopes in the southern interior of British Columbia

  • Rr20: Preliminary assessment of selected communities of soil organisms under different conifer species

  • Rr19: Ecological description and classification of some pine mushroom (Tricholoma magnivelare) habitat in British Columbia

  • Rr18: Western redcedar site index models for the interior of British Columbia

  • Rr17: Marten use of different harvesting treatments in high-elevation forest at Sicamous Creek

  • Rr16: Mule deer response to low-volume partial cutting on winter ranges in central interior British Columbia

  • Rr15: Ten-year results from operational broadcast burning trials in northwestern British Columbia

  • Rr14: Response of lodgepole pine seedlings to simulated cattle Damage

  • Rr13: Effects of thinning and fertilizing mixed western hemlock - sitka spruce stands

  • Rr12: Identifying and modelling the spatial distribution dynamics of regenerating lodgepole pine

  • Rr11: Mackay River herbicide trial: conifer response 9 years post-treatment

  • Rr10: A growth intercept model for coastal Douglas-fir

  • Rr09: Relations of terminal growth and specific leaf area to available light in naturally regenerated seedling of lodgepole pine and interior spruce in central British Columbia

  • Rr08: A photographic overview and record of the Mink Creek earthflow, Terrace, British Columbia

  • Rr07: Genetics of interior spruce in British Columbia: performance and variability of open-pollinated families in the east kootenays

  • Rr06: Protocols for rating seed orchard seedlots in British Columbia

  • Rr05: A variable growth intercept model for spruce in the sub-boreal spruce and engelmann spruce-subalpine fir biogeoclimatic zones of British Columbia

  • Rr04: A survey of the protected status of conifers in British Columbia: in situ gene conservation

  • Rr03: Compatibility improvements and bias reduction in height-age models

  • Rr02: Variable growth intercept models for lodgepole pine in the sub-boreal spruce biogeoclimatic zone, British Columbia

  • Rr01: Site index conversion equations for mixed species stands


Old Research Report Series

This series precedes the Working Paper series.

  • R93002-HQ: Site-specific relationships of root growth potential to outplanting performance of coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesii [MIRB.] Franco) under controlled irrigated field conditions

  • R93001-HQ: Utilizing genetic resources of conifers in British Columbia

  • R91004-PG: Temperature, nutrition, light and moisture regimes used at Red Rock Research Station to produce container 1+0 spruce seedlings

  • R91003-CA: Chemical composition of Douglas-fir foliage on mule deer winter range

  • R89004-HQ: Choosing stand density when spacing juvenile lodgepole pine in presence of risk of pest attack

  • R89003-CA: The effects of juvenile spacing on wildlife habitat use during winter in the interior Douglas-fir zone of British Columbia

  • R89002-KL: Methods for biogeoclimatic ecosystems mapping

  • R89001-PR: Effects of prescribed fire on forest soils

  • R88003-PR: Legumes in reforestation: field screening trials

  • R88002-CA: A preliminary study of the effects of juvenile spacing on wildlife habitat use during winter in the interior Douglas-fir zone of British Columbia

  • R88001-NE: Herbicide residue in surface water following an application of roundup® in the revelstoke forest district

  • R87008-HQ: Case histories of hydroseeded research test sites: post-1982 period

  • R87007-KL: Ecosystem Mapping of the Truax Creek Basin in the Kamloops Forest Region

  • R87007-KL-S: Maps for ecosystem mapping of the Truax Creek Basin in the Kamloops forest region (scanned PDF file 2543KB)

  • R87006-HQ: Ecosystem classification program data processing system user's guide version 2.0

  • R87005-PR: Assessment of stream protection practices in the interior of the Prince Rupert forest region

  • R87004-HQ: A system for the classification of seral ecosystems within the biogeoclimatic ecosystem classification: first approximation

  • R87003-VA: An ecological approach to organizing forests for woodlot management: Lasqueti Island pilot study

  • R87002HQ: Recommended vernacular names for common plants of British Columbia

  • R85008-PR: Representative wetland types of the northern part of the pacific oceanic wetland region

  • R85007-HQ: A long-term study on the compatibility of grass seeding and coniferous regeneration on clearcuts in the south-central interior of British Columbia 13-year results

  • R85006-HQ: Forage conditioning: defoliation and abiotic effects on nonstructural carbohydrates, herbage production, and foliar nutrients in bluebunch wheatgrass and rough fescue (scanned PDF file 5697KB)

  • R85005-HQ: Growth response of lodgepole pine to operational fertilizer application near Burns Lake, B.C.

  • R85003-HQ: Barking damage by red squirrels in juvenile-spaced lodgepole pine stands in the Kamloops Forest Region

  • R85002-PR: The Effect of Deer Browsing on the Early Growth of Three Conifer Species in the Queen Charlotte Islands (scanned PDF file 1466KB)

  • R85001-PR: Production of Forestry Interpretive Maps and Management Summaries from Ecologically Based Polygons (scanned PDF file 2638KB)

  • R85001-HQ: An Analysis of Problems in Estimating the Growth and Yield of Interior Dry-Belt Stands (scanned PDF file 4504KB)

  • R84013-HQ: Experimental Design Protocol for Forest Vegetation Management Research: Level B Trials First Approximation (scanned PDF file 3677KB)

  • R84012-HQ: Experimental Design Protocol for Forest Vegetation Management Research: Level A Trials First Approximation (scanned PDF file 1207KB)

  • R84011-HQ: Assessment of Stock Vigor, Edaphic and Climatic Conditions at Planting of Coastal Douglas-fir: A Review (scanned PDF file 1291KB)

  • R84010-PR: Prescribed Fire Research in the Prince Rupert Forest Region (scanned PDF file 1773KB)

  • R84009-HQ: An Investigation of Nursery Operations for Interior Spruce (scanned PDF file 1768KB)

  • R84008-HQ: Fitting Height-Diameter Curves (scanned PDF file 1279KB)

  • R84007-HQ: A Guide to Selection and Propagation of Some Native Woody Species for Land Rehabilitation in British Columbia (scanned PDF file 5768KB)

  • R84006-HQ: Assessment of Landsat-D Thematic Mapper Data for Wetland Management in British Columbia Volume I (scanned PDF file 6156KB)

  • R84006-HQa: Assessment of Landsat-D Thematic Mapper Data for Wetland Management in British Columbia Volume II (scanned PDF file 5982KB)

  • R84005-PR: Slope Stability and Forest Land Management: A Selected Annotated Bibliography (PDF file 6071KB)

  • R84004-HQ: Range Condition and Trend Assessment in British Columbia (PDF file 8336KB)

  • R84003-HQ: Case Histories of Hydroseeded Research Test Sites (scanned PDF file 18251KB)

  • R84002-HQ: Fall Planting in the Vancouver Forest Region: Second Approximation Guide-Lines and Review of Available Information

Updated May 2012