Ministry of Forests

Cariboo Region Research Section


Extension Notes


An introduction to, or summary of longer extension notes is provided.  The full text of shorter Extension Notes is provided.  Copies of all Extension Notes can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat..
 

  1. Introduction to Extension Notes
  2. Grass and Legume Seeding for Vegetation Control
  3. Siberian and Western Larch Species Trial
  4. Site Disturbance and Reclamation
  5. Identification and Management of Summer Frost-Prone Sites in the Cariboo Forest Region
  6. Improving Douglas-fir Survival and Growth by Planting Under a Stand of Juvenile Lodgepole Pine
  7. Harvesting and Streamflow
  8. Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens
  9. Group Selection Systems for High Elevation Forests in the Cariboo Forest Region
  10. Winter Food Habitats of Mule Deer
  11. Uniform Shelterwood Systems for Douglas-fir/Lodgepole Pine Stands
  12. Demonstration of Alternative Silvicultural Systems for Lodgepole Pine
  13. Southern Interior Water Assessment Procedure
  14. Wildlife Diversity in Managed High Elevation Forests
  15. Natural and Managed Disturbance Patterns: Implication for Biodiversity Management in the Interior Douglas-fir Zone
  16. Sheep Grazing for Vegetation Control
  17. Mushroom Harvesting in the Cariboo Forest Region
  18. Effects of Disturbance on Terrestrial Amphibians in Three Biogeoclimatic Zones
  19. Silviculture Systems for Lodgepole Pine and Northern Caribou
  20. Assessing the Effects of Aspen Competition on Lodgepole Pine Growth
  21. Herbarium
  22. Progress Report on Group Selection Systems for High Elevation Forests in the Cariboo Forest Region
  23. Silivicultural systems for Douglas-fir stands on very deep snowfall mule deer winter ranges
  24. Natural Regeneration in Managed Uneven-aged Dougals-fir Stands in the IDFdk3, IDFxm and IDFxw Biogeoclimatic Subzones
  25. Structural Definitions for Managment of Mule Deer Winter Range Habitat in the Interior Douglas-fir Zone
  26. The Effects of Forest Practices on Stream Temperature
  27. Assessing the Effect of Aspen Competition on Lodgepole Pine Growth in the IDFdk3 &4 (EP1152)
  28. Uniform Shelterwood Systems for Douglas-fir/Lodgepole Pine Stands - Update - Year 8
  29. Rehabilitation of Backlog Landings: A Co-operative Project Between Lignum Ltd. and the Cariboo Forest Region Research Section
  30. Fifth Year Results from Group Selection Harvesting in the ESSFwc3 on Windthrow, Artificial and Natural Regeneration
  31. Suitability of Native Hardwoods for Reforestation in the Cariboo Forest Region
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  33. Using Hypholoma Fasciculare Inoculation as a Means to Control Armillaria Root Disease on Calcareous Soils: Trial Establishment and Monitoring
  34. A New Instrument for Measuring Shade Provided by Overhead Vegetation
  35. Itcha-Ilgachuz Alternative Silvicultural Systems Project: Microclimate, Planted Stock and Natural Regeneration
  36. Effects of Thinning and Fertilizing on the Growth of 36-year-old Height-Repressed Lodgepole Pine
  37. Mount Tom Adaptive Management Project Overview (Quesnel Highland Alternative Silvicultural Systems)

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