STAND LEVEL BIODIVERSITY
FOR FOREST MANAGERS
British Columbia
Ministry of Forests
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List of figures

Figure 1: Ordination of some Pacific northwestern mammals
Figure 1-1: Biogeoclimatic zones of British Columbia
Figure 2: Biodiversity maintenance levels
Figure 3: Disturbance history of British Columbia's forests
Figure 4: Distribution of NDTs across British Columbia
Figure 5: Relationship between Biodiversity guidebook and other guidebooks
Figure 6. The effect of patch shape on the amount of edge and interior habitats
Figure 7: Horizontal and vertical stand structure
Figure 8: British Columbia's wildlife tree classification system
Figure 9. Wildlife tree reserves incorporated into 4 silvicultural systems
Figure 10. Location of standing dead trees (snags) in a wildlife tree patch
Figure 11. Artificially created wildlife trees (stubs)  
Figure 12. Creating artificial nest hole for cavity nesting ducks or owls
Figure 13. Successional stages of decomposition in logs and standing dead trees
Figure 14. Vary stand density for structural diversity objectives
Figure 15. Future retention areas
Figure 16. Avoid sensitive wet sites 
Figure 17. Wildlife tree patches (WTP) and riparian management area (RMA)
Figure 18. Standing dead trees that have been assessed, by a certified trained assessor
Figure 19. Perspective view of a spaced stand
Figure 20. Map of block after spacing survey (shows planned block)
Figure 21. Examples of juvenile spacing set in the context of an overall landscape plan
Figure 22. Perspective view of a spaced stand
Figure 23. Permanent range; riparian area; early seral forest and grazing

 

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