STAND LEVEL BIODIVERSITY
FOR FOREST MANAGERS
British Columbia
Ministry of Forests
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Selected literature

 

Alexander, R. R. (1987). Ecology, silviculture and management of Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir type in central and southern Rocky Mountains. USA: USDA Forest Service. Agriculture Handbook. No. 659.

Bartels, R., Dell, J. D., Knight, R. L., & Schaefer, G. (1985). Dead and down woody material. In Brown op cit. pp. 171-186.

Biodiversity guidebook. (1995). Victoria: British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks.
www.for.gov.bc.ca/tasb/legsregs/fpc/fpcguide/biodiv/biotoc.htm

Brown, E. R. (ed.). (1985). Management of wildlife and fish habitats in forests in western Oregon and Washington. Portland: USDA Forestry Service. Pub. No. R6-Fowl-192.

Caza, C. L. (1993). Woody debris in the forests of BC: a review of the literature and current research. Victoria: BC Ministry of Forests, Land Mgmt. Rep. No 78.

Franklin, J. F., Berg, D. R., Thornburgh, D. A., & Tappeiner, J.C. (1997.) Alternative silvicultural approaches to timber harvesting: variable retention harvest systems. In Kohn, K. A. & Franklin, J. F. (Eds.), Creating a Forestry for the 21st Century: The Science of Ecosystem Management. (pp. 111-139). Washington: Island Press.

Franklin, J. F, Perry, D.A., Schowalter, T. D., Harmon, M. E., McKee, A., & Spies, T. A. (1989). Importance of ecological diversity in maintaining long-term site productivity. In Meurisse, R., Thomas, R., Boyle, J., Means, J., Perry, C. R., & Power, R. F. (Eds.). Maintaining the long-term productivity of Pacific Northwest forest ecosystems. Portland: Timber Press.

Guy, S. E. & Manning, E. T. (2001). Wildlife/danger tree assessor's course workbook. Victoria: Ministry of Forests & Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks.

Harris, L. D. (1984). The fragmented forest, island biogeography theory and the preservation of biotic diversity. Chicago: University Chicago Press.

Hunter, M. L. (1994). Wildlife, forests, and forestry: principles of managing forests for biological diversity. New Jersey: Regents/Prentice Hall.

Machmer, M. & Steeger, C. (1995). The ecological roles of wildlife tree users in forest ecosystems. Victoria: Ministry of Forestry. Land. Manage. Handbook. No. 35.

McNeely, J. A, Miller, K. R., Reid, R. A., Mttermeier, R. A., & Werner, T. B. (1990). Conserving the world's biological diversity. Prepared and published by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Nature Resources, World Resources Institute, Conservation International, World Wildlife Fund-US, and the World Food Bank.

Park, A. & McCulloch, L. (1993). Guidelines for maintaining biodiversity during juvenile spacing. Victoria: Ministry of Forestry and FRDA Report.

Radcliffe, G. B. Bancroft, Porter, G., & Cadrin, C. (1994). Biodiversity of the Prince Rupert forest region. Victoria: Ministry of Forests. Land Management Rep. No. 82.

Riparian management area guidebook. (1995). Victoria: British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks.

Stathers, R. J., Rollerson, T. P., & Mitchell, S. J. (1994). Windthrow handbook for British Columbia forests. Victoria: Ministry of Forest. Working Paper 9401.

Thomas. J. W. (ed.). (1979). Wildlife habitats in managed forests: the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington. Washington: Forestry Service. Agriculture Handbook No. 553.

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