Extension Notes


  • Extension Note 120: The Relationships among Road Density, Habitat Quality, and Grizzly Bear Population Density in the Kettle-Granby Area of British Columbia

  • Extension Note 119: A Stand-Level Drought Risk Assessment Tool for Considering Climate Change in Forest Management

  • Extension Note 118: Equivalent Clearcut Area as an Indicator of Hydrologic Change in Snow-dominated Watersheds of Southern British Columbia

  • Extension Note 117: Effect of time trends in tree dominance on site height and site index

  • Extension Note 116: Revised snow recovery estimates for pine-dominated forests in interior British Columbia

  • Extension Note 115: Years-to-Breast-Height Model for Engelmann Spruce in the Engelmann Spruce – Subalpine Fir Biogeoclimatic Zone

  • Extension Note 114: A 20-year Analysis of Incremental Silviculture in Mixed Western Hemlock−Sitka Spruce Stands in the Coastal Western Hemlock Biogeoclimatic Zone

  • Extension Note 113: Arboreal lichen response to a group selection silvicultural system, Mount Tom adaptive management trial, Central British Columbia

  • Extension Note 112: Results of fungal inoculation treatments as a habitat enhancement tool in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia: 2007–2013

  • Extension Note 111: Enhancing provincial climate monitoring: the Forest Ecosystem Research Network and the Climate Related Monitoring Program

  • Extension Note 110: The role of broadleaf trees: impacts of managing boreal and sub-boreal mixedwood forests in British Columbia

  • Extension Note 109: Treefall in the Mount Tom Group Selection Silvicultural Systems Trial in Central British Columbia

  • Extension Note 108: The Growth of Bigleaf Maple 20+ Years after Harvesting

  • Extension Note 107: Our Logs’ Story from Truck to Product

  • Extension Note 106: New coding schemes for biogeoclimatic site units

  • Extension Note 105: Douglas-fir provenance survival and growth in the British Columbia south submaritime seed planning zone

  • Extension Note 104: Verifying genetic gain estimates in coastal Douglas-fir in British Columbia

  • Extension Note 103: The effects of precommercial thinning on the growth and yield of lodgepole pine: 25-year results

  • Extension Note 102: The effects of plantation density on the growth and yield of lodgepole pine: 20-year results

  • Extension Note 101: Effects of Planting Density on Yellow-cedar and Western Redcedar Growth

  • Extension Note 100: Small stream riparian retention: the Prince George Small Streams Project

  • Extension Note 99: Landslides in organic soils on forested slopes

  • Extension Note 98: Maintaining soil productivity in forest biomass chipping operations best management practices for soil conservation

  • Extension Note 97: The carbon conundrum - fire and fuel management in fire-prone forests

  • Extension Note 96: An analysis of the sibec site index estimates for Douglas-fir in the CWHxm2/01 site series

  • Extension Note 95: User-friendly web tool to support silviculture for sitka spruce on the south coast

  • Extension Note 94: Amabilis fir height-age and growth intercept models for British Columbia

  • Extension Note 93: Assessing the fertilization response potential of subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa): a retrospective study

  • Extension Note 92: Forests in a carbon-constrained world

  • Extension Note 91: Best management practices for soil conservation in mountain pine beetle salvage operations

  • Extension Note 90: Mountain pine beetle and salvage harvesting: small stream and riparian zone response in the Sub-Boreal Spruce zone

  • Extension Note 89: Silvicultural systems on a deep snowpack, mule deer winter range in the central interior of British Columbia: 10-year update

  • Extension Note 88: Mountain pine beetle, forest practices, and watershed management.

  • Extension Note 87: A summary of climate change effects on watershed hydrology

  • Extension Note 86: The Bowron River watershed: a synoptic assessment of stream and riparian condition 20-30 years after salvage logging

  • Extension Note 85: The Pothole Creek study area: dry uneven-aged Douglas-fir stand development

  • Extension Note 84: Effects of repeated fertilization on fine roots, mycorrhizae, and soil mesofauna in young lodgepole pine and spruce forests in central British Columbia

  • Extension Note 83: Tools to help forest managers with regeneration decisions about beetle-killed stands in the Montane Spruce zone of the Merritt Timber Supply Area

  • Extension Note 82: Can thinning and fertilizing young lodgepole pine mitigate future timber supply challenges?

  • Extension Note 81: Assessing the effects of fertilization on understorey vegetation in young lodgepole pine and spruce forests in central British Columbia

  • Extension Note 80: Modelling boreal mixedwoods with the tree and stand simulator (TASS)

  • Extension Note 79: Assessing the effects of sitka alder on the growth and foliar nutrition of young lodgepole pine in central British Columbia (SBSdw3): 9-year results

  • Extension Note 78: Comparing the effects of urea and ammonium nitrate fertilizers on the growth and foliar nutrition of lodgepole pine: 6-year results

  • Extension Note 77: Using TIPSY to evaluate windthrow effects on regeneration in variable retention harvests

  • Extension Note 76: Effects of red alder on stand dynamics and nitrogen availability (MOF EP1121.01)

  • Extension Note 75: Interactions between fertilization and white pine weevil (Pissodes strobi) attack in young interior spruce plantations

  • Extension Note 74: Analysis of presence/absence data when absence is uncertain (false zeroes): an example for the northern flying squirrel using SAS

  • Extension Note 73: Suitability of native roadleaf species for reforestation in the Cariboo area of the Southern Interior Forest Region

  • Extension Note 72: The Opax Mountain silvicultural systems project: preliminary results for managing complex, dry interior Douglas-fir forests

  • Extension Note 71: Sulphur deficiencies in lodgepole pine: occurrence, diagnosis, and treatment

  • Extension Note 70: Windthrow in partially cut lodgepole pine forests in west-central British Columbia

  • Extension Note 69: Variable retention yield adjustment factors for TIPSY

  • Extension Note 68: Natural regeneration 10 years after partial cutting in a dry-belt interior Douglas-fir stand

  • Extension Note 67: Modelling forest harvesting effects on maximum daily peak flow at upper Penticton Creek

  • Extension Note 66: Policy implications of an assessment of long-term risks to marbled murrelet populations in British Columbia

  • Extension Note 65: Site preparation alternatives in the wet, cold ESSF: results from Sicamous Creek

  • Extension Note 64: Growing-space management in boreal mixedwood forests - the establishment of EP 1192.01, Fort Nelson River site

  • Extension Note 63: Comparing clearcutting and alternatives in a high-elevation forest: early results from Sicamous Creek

  • Extension Note 62: Edge effects in high-elevation forests at Sicamous Creek

  • Extension Note 61: An evaluation of two chondrostereum purpureum carrier formulations used for the control of sitka alder in a 41-year-old not satisfactorily restocked stand (ESSFwc1), Kootenay forest district, Nelson forest region

  • Extension Note 60: Splicing height curves

  • Extension Note 59: Influences of clearcut harvesting and fertilization on structure and function of the soil food web in ICH forests of southern interior British Columbia

  • Extension Note 58: Brushing effects on conifers and plant communities in the southerninterior of British Columbia: summary of PROBE results 1991-2000

  • Extension Note 57: Growth intercept models for black spruce

  • Extension Note 56: Thinning and pruning coastal douglas-fir near Chilliwack, B.C.: 8-year results

  • Extension Note 55: Ten-year responses of white spruce and associated vegetation after glyphosate treatment at Tsilcoh River

  • Extension Note 54: Grizzly bear habitat in managed forests: silviculture treatments to meet habitat and timber objectives

  • Extension Note 53: The soil ecosystem of an ESSF forest and it's response to a range of harvesting disturbances

  • Extension Note 52: Foliar sampling guidelines and nutrient interpretative criteria for lodgepole pine

  • Extension Note 51: Pruning density and severity in coastal western hemlock: 4-year results

  • Extension Note 50: Douglas-fir fertilization with biosolids: five-year results at Whistler, B.C.

  • Extension Note 49: Evaluation of the effectiveness of chondrostereum purpureum for the control of mechanically brushed trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) suckers in a 2-year-old conifer plantation: third-year results (MoF EP 1135.05)

  • Extension Note 48: Ten-year conifer and vegetation responses to glyphosate treatment in the SBSdw3

  • Extension Note 47: The silviculture of hybrid poplar plantations

  • Extension Note 46: Pinchi Lake operational herbicide monitoring: 10-year conifer and vegetation responses in the SBSdw3

  • Extension Note 45: The ecology of wetland ecosystems

  • Extension Note 44: Using foliar nutrient levels to predict lodgepole pine fertilization response

  • Extension Note 43: Opportunities for improvements to reforestation success

  • Extension Note 42: Measuring light in the forest

  • Extension Note 41: Conifer response to brushing treatments: a summary of British Columbia data

  • Extension Note 40: Forest productivity and soil conditions on rehabilitated landings: interior British Columbia

  • Extension Note 39: Site index conversion equations for mixed black spruce-lodgepole pine stands

  • Extension Note 38: Growth intercept models for western larch

  • Extension Note 37: Revised growth intercept models for coastal western hemlock, sitka spruce, and interior spruce

  • Extension Note 36: First-year growth responses of young red alder stands to fertilization

  • Extension Note 35: Ultraviolet-B risks to British Columbia trees

  • Extension Note 34: Soil compaction on forest plantations following cattle Use

  • Extension Note 33: The ecology and silviculture of bigleaf maple

  • Extension Note 32: Clumpy spacing - juvenile spacing douglas-fir into clumps to imitate natural stand structure

  • Extension Note 31: Years to breast height and green-up age models based on a juvenile height model for lodgepole pine

  • Extension Note 30: Smoothing top height estimates from two lodgepole pine height models

  • Extension Note 29: Effects of spacing paper birch-mixedwood stands in central British Columbia - FRBC project HQ96423-RE (MoF EP 1193)

  • Extension Note 28: Effects of thinning and fertilizing mixed western hemlock - sitka spruce stands

  • Extension Note 27: A comparison of mulch mat and herbicide treatments for reducing grass competition in the IDFww

  • Extension Note 26: Site index conversion equations for mixed western hemlock - amabilis fir stands

  • Extension Note 25: Vegetation management options for establishment of hybrid poplar plantations and their effect on nutrient cycling (MOF EP 1135.04)

  • Extension Note 24: Effects of bigleaf maple (Acer macrophyllum Pursh) on growth of understorey conifers and the effects of coppice spacing on the growth of maple (MoF EP 1121.02)

  • Extension Note 23: LITE: a model for estimating light under broadleaf and conifer tree canopies

  • Extension Note 22: Enhancing communication about uncertainty

  • Extension Note 21: Biodiversity and interior habitats: the need to minimize edge effects: part 6 of 7

  • Extension Note 20: A comparison of manual brushing treatments in the ICHdw at Redfish Creek: 10-year results from blocks 10-13

  • Extension Note 19: Ectomycorrhizal diversity of paper birch and douglas-fir seedling grown in single-species and mixed plots in the ICH zone of southern British Columbia

  • Extension Note 18: Seral stages across forested landscapes: relationships to biodiversity - part 7 of 7

  • Extension Note 17: Riparian areas: providing landscape habitat diversity - part 5 of 7

  • Extension Note 16: Fall-down rates of subalpine fir snags at Sicamous Creek: implications for worker safety and habitat supply

  • Extension Note 15: Landscape ecology and connectivity - part 4 of 7

  • Extension Note 14: Spatial patterns and landscape ecology: implications for biodiversity - part 3 of 7

  • Extension Note 13: Forest grazing: effects of cattle trampling and browsing on lodgepole pine plantations

  • Extension Note 12: Interior douglas-fir growth intercept models

  • Extension Note 11: Revised growth intercept models for lodgepole pine: comparing northern and southern models

  • Extension Note 10: Landscape ecology and natural disturbances: relationships to biodiversity - part 2 of 7

  • Extension Note 09: Effects of red alder on stand dynamics and nitrogen availability FRBC Project HQ96400-RE (MoF EP 1121.01)

  • Extension Note 08: Fire in the dry interior forests of British Columbia

  • Extension Note 07: Management concepts for landscape ecology - part 1 of 7

  • Extension Note 06: Differences in early conifer performance in young seral vegetation of the CWHdm subzone

  • Extension Note 05: Nitrogen limits on the early growth of shade-tolerant regeneration on a coastal montane site

  • Extension Note 04: Interim validation of the western hemlock growth intercept model

  • Extension Note 03: A variable growth intercept model for sitka spruce

  • Extension Note 02: Site index conversion equations for mixed sitka spruce / western hemlock stands

  • Extension Note 01: Early genetic gains verified in realized-gain trials of coastal douglas-fir and western hemlock

Updated MARCH 10, 2017