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Technical Reports:

TR-001 The Value of Riparian Forest Buffers as Habitat for Birds in the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone, British Columbia: a Pilot Study

TR-002:Debris Flow Initiation in Coastal British Columbia Gullies

TR-003:Using Line Intersect Sampling for Coarse Woody Debris

TR-004:Assessing Snowpack Recovery of Watersheds in the Vancouver Forest Region.

TR-005:Channel Disturbance and Logging Slash in S5 and S6 Streams.

  • Implementation Guidelines

    TR-006:RCSF: Effects of Dispersed Retention harvesting on stand structure and regeneration in a coastal, mixed-confier forest: Summary of year 6 results.

    TR-007:RCSF: Effects of alternative silvicultural systems on windthrow and conifer regeneration in a coastal, Douglas-Fir-dominated forest: Summary of year 3 results.

    TR-008:Interpreting Turbidity and Suspended-Sediment Measurements in High-Energy Streams in Coastal British Columbia

    TR-009:Storm based sediment budgets in a partially harvested watershed in coastal BC.

    TR-010:Comparative analysis of sediment production in two partially harvested watersheds in coastal BC.

    TR-011:Predicting Post_logging landslide Activity using Terrain Attributes: Coast Mountains British Columbia

    TR-012:Transport of logging slash and sediment in S5 and S6 streams near Boston Bar, Chilliwack Forest District

    TR-013:RCSF: Pre-harvest chemical characteristics of three S6 creeks, Flume Creek Experimental Watershed.

    TR-014 (3 sections):Preliminary assessment of the application of IKONOS satellite imagery and it's fusion with RADARSAT-1 data for forest resource management.

    TR-015:Using terrain attributes to predict post-logging landslide likelihood on southwestern Vancouver Island. (9 MB pdf file size).

    TR-016:Use of airphotos to identify, describe, and manage forest structure of Marbled Murrelet nesting habitat at a coastal British Columbia site.

    TR-017:An operational trial to evaluate the effectiveness of using modified bucking/yarding practices in coastal old-growth stands to maximize CWD levels in the setting: Establishment report

    TR-018:RCSF:Harvesting, windthrow and conifer regeneration within alternative silvicultural systems in Douglas-fir dominated forests on the Sunshine Coast.

    TR-019:RCSF:effects of partial retention harvesting on nitrate concentrations in two S6 creeks three years after harvesting

    TR-020:RCSF:habitat use of a dispersed retention area by breeding winter wrens.

    TR-021:Efficiency of six line intersect sampling designs for estimating volume and density of coarse woody debris.

    TR-022:Effects of forest harvesting and regeneration on peak streamflow in a Coastal watershed.

  • Disclaimer:Limitations of results and their application.

    TR-023:Prediction of Post-Logging Landslide Likelihood in the Cascade Mountains, Southwestern British Columbia.

    TR-024:Single-tree and group selection harvesting in an Old-Growth forest on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

    TR-025:Schmidt Creek sediment sources and the Johnstone Strait killer whale rubbing beach.

    TR-026:Using Quickbird sub-metre satellite imagery for implementation monitoring and effectiveness evaluation in forestry

    TR-027:Using combined snowpack and rainfall interception components to assess hydrologic recovery of a timber-harvested site: working toward an operational method.

    TR-029:Using Airphotos to Interpret Marbled Murrelet Nesting Habitat in British Columbia: Application of a Preliminary Classification Scheme.

    TR-030:Forest resource change detection using high resolution satellite imagery for monitoring and effectiveness evaluation.

    TR-031:A modified timber cruise for the inventory of dead wood in Coastal forests: a field trial.

    TR-032:An operational method of assessing hydrologic recovery for Vancouver Island and south coastal BC.

    TR-033:Silviculture treatments for enhancing Spotted Owl habitat in British Columbia.

    TR-034:Coastal fan destabilization and forest management.

    TR-035:Assessing habitat quality of Marbled Murrelet nest sites on the Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gawii, by algorithm, air photo interpretation,and aerial survey methods.

    TR-036:Using stereoscopic high spatial resolution satellite imagery to assess landscape and stand level characteristics. Updated:KLT Erratum.

    TR-039:Further evaluation of stereoscopic high spatial resolution satellite imagery to assess landscape and stand level characteristics.

  • Extension Notes:

    EN-001: Status and Management of Ermine on the Queen charlotte Islands, British Columbia.

    EN-002:Nesting Habitat of Marbled Murrelets on the Sunshine Coast.

    EN-003:RCSF: Worker Safety in partial harvesting silvicultural experiments and operations.

    EN-004:RCSF: the effects of shelterwood harvesting and blowdown on sediment production in a small zero-order creek.

    EN-005:RCSF: Response of amphibians to partial cutting in a coastal mixed-conifer forest: Management practices for retaining amphibian habitat in the Vancouver Forest Region.

    EN-006:Effects of alternative silviculture treatments on the diversity of forest fungi in the Roberts Creek Study Forest.

    EN-007:RCSF: preliminary effects of partial harvesting on peak streamflow in two S6 creeks.

    EN-008:The use of red alder to enhance sitka spruce growth in the Queen Charlotte Islands.

    EN-009:Impacts of hoe-forwarding on site productivity.

    EN-010:Using helicopter harvesting on steep slopes to reduce erosion, Preliminary results: Case study on Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia.

    EN-011:Measuring the length of Coarse Woody Debris.

    EN-012:Using Line Intersect Sampling for Coarse Woody Debris: Practitioners' Questions Addressed.

    EN-013:Influence of two herbicides on a Red-Alder-Dominated plantation of Grand Fir in Coastal British Columbia: Ninth Year Results.

    EN-014:Alternative methods of flow rating in small coastal streams.

    EN-015:Impacts of hoe forwarding on site productivity - nine year results from the Woss study.

    EN-016:Red Alder Management Trials in the Vancouver Forest Region.

    EN-017:Tree growth on rehabilitated forest roads in southwestern BC: Year 8 results.

    EN-019:Effects of Phosphorus fertilization on the early growth of Red Alder plantations.

    EN-020:Effectiveness Evaluation of Road deactivation techniques on the west coast of Vancouver Island.

    EN-021:Road construction and hauling in basaltic and granitic terrain: effects on sediment yield at Russell and Catherine Creeks, Tsitika River Watershed.

    EN-022:Russell Creek: summary of research and implications for professional practice.


    Journal Articles:

    Hydrological Processes Vol. 18, Issue 7, 2004: Throughflow variability during snowmelt in a forested mountain catchment, coastal British Columbia.

    Can. Jour. of Forest Research. Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 778-787, 2004:A neighborhood analysis of canopy tree competition: effects of shading versus crowding.

    NWS Fall 2002: Use of small streams and forest gaps for breeding habitats by winter wrens in Coastal British Columbia.

    JEM V2, #2 Fall 2002:Distribution and abundance of birds relative to elevation and biogeoclimatic zones in coastal old-growth forests in southern British Columbia.

    Can. Jour. of Forest Research. Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 548-556, 2000:Snowpack recovery in regenerating coastal British Columbia clearcuts.

    Can. Water Resources Journal 22(3), 1997:A Component Based Water Chemistry Simulator for Small Subalpine Watersheds.

    Can. Water Resources Journal 22(3), 1997:Chemical Characteristics of Disturbed and Undisturbed Subalpine Catchments in the southern Interior of British Columbia.

    Jour. of Hydrology Vol. 201, Issue 1-4, pp. 1-20, 1997:Controls on groundwater chemistry in subalpine catchments in the southern Interior of British Columbia.



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