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A Comparison of Breeding Bird Communities in Seral Stages of the Engelmann Spruce Sub-Alpine Fir Zone in East Central British Columbia.  Davis, L., M. Waterhouse and H. Armleder. 1999.  B.C. Min. For., Victoria, B.C.  Working Paper No. 39.  Executive Summary

A Field Guide to Forest Site Identification and Interpretation for the Cariboo Forest Region.  Steen, O. A., and R. A. Coupe. 1997. B.C. Min For., Williams Lake. Introduction.

A Numerical Examination of British Columbia's WatershedAssessment Procedures. Carver, Martin and Patrick Teti. 1998. p. 104-113 in Younes Alila (ed.) Mountains to Sea: Human Interation with The Hydrologic Cycle. Can. Wat. Res. Assoc. 470 p.

A Preliminary Study of the Effects of Juvenile Spacing on Wildlife Habitat use During Winter in the Interior Douglas-fir Zone of British Columbia. Waterhouse, M.J. ,  R.J. Dawson, H.M Armleder, and P. Belliveau.1988. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Executive Summary.

A Survey of Roads as Sediment Sources in the Cariboo Forest Region. Interim Report,  Teti, Patrick. 1994. 7 p.

Abstract Presented to Pacific Northwest Forest and Rangeland Soil Organism Symposium.  Paul, Les, and Bill Chapman. 1998. Oregon State University March 17-19, 1998. Abstract

An Experimental Turbidity Probe Installation.  Teti, Patrick. 1996.  Paper presented at the Automatic Water Quality Monitoring Workshop, Richmond, B.C., February 12, 13, 1996. Hosted by the B.C. WaterQuality Monitoring Agreement Coordinating Committee.

Annotated Bibliography of Surface Erosion from Forest Roads. Teti, Patrick, Rita Winkler, Brian Guy, and Hugh Hamilton. 1997. 42p.

Assessing Aspen Competition on Pine Growth in the Cariboo Forest Region. Newsome, Teresa. 1995. Northern Interior Vegetation Management Association. N.I.V.M.A. Annual General Meeting. January 18-19, 1996. 91p [First Page]

Biogeoclimatic Zones and Subzones of the Cariboo Forest Region.  Annas, R. M. and R. Coupe. 1979. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Introduction.

Bird Communities In Interior Douglas-Fir Forests (IDFdk3) in the Cariboo Forest Region.  Waterhouse, M. and R. Dawson.  1999.  In New Information for the management of dry Douglas-fir forests: Proceedings from the dry Douglas-fir workshop.  Apr. 29-30/97. Kamloops, B.C.  B.C. Min. For., Victoria, B.C. Working Paper No. 34.  Abstract

Chemical Composition of Douglas-Fir Foliage on Mule Deer Winter Range. Waterhouse, M.J. , R.J. Dawson, and H.M Armleder. 1991.  B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstraction.

Clumpy Spacing:  Juvenile Spacing Douglas-Fir Into Clumps To Imitate Natural Stand Structure.  Armleder, Harold.  1999.  B.C. Min. For., Victoria, B.C.  Research Branch Extension Note No. 32

Cultivation of Hericium abietis on conifer sawdust. Xiao, Guoping and Bill Chapman. 1996. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstract

Cylindrocarpon in Fusarium Root Colonization of Douglas-Fir Seedlings from British Columbia Reforestation Sites.  Axelrood, P.E. Chapman, W.K. Seifert, K.A. Trooter, D.B. Shrimpton, G.  1998. Can. J. For. Res. 28: 1198-1206  Abstract

Engelmann Spruce - Subalpine Fir Zone. Coupe, R. 1991. In Ecosystems of British Columbia. Del Meid(edited) and Jim Pojar(edited). B.C. Min. For.Special Report Series 6.Victoria, B.C. p222-236. Introduction.

Establishing Douglas-fir Plantations in the Dry Belt of Interior British Columbia. Newsome, Teresa A., D. Craig Sutherland, and Alan Vyse. 1991. Department of Natural Resource Science Abstract

Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens. Armleder, Harold M, Susan K. Stevenson, Stephen D. Walker. 1992. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake,  Land Management Handbook field guide insert 7. Purpose of this HandBook.

Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Foreage Lichens: User's Guide. Stevenson, Susan K., Art N. Lance and Harold M. Armleder. 1998. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake, Land Management Handbook field guide insert 7. Purpose of this Handbook.

Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens: User’s Guide.  Stevenson, S., A. Lance, and H. Armleder.  1998.  B.C. Min. For., Victoria, B.C. Land Management Handbook No. 43.  Purpose of this Handbook

Fisheries Target Risk Assessment.  DeShield, Coral, Maurice Lirette, and Patrick Teti. 1996. Report prepared for the CCLUP Integration Process by the Fisheries Target Committee. August 15, 1996. 16 p.

Forage Litterfall in Douglas-fir Forests in the Central interior of British Columbia.  Waterhouse, M.J. , H.M Armleder, and R.J. Dawson. 1991.  B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Executive Summary.

Grass and Legume Seeding for Vegetation on Blade Scarified Sites in the ICH and ESSf Zones in the Central Interior of British Columbia.  Steen, Ordell, and Anne Smith. 1991. FRDA report 182. Introduction.

Guide to Wet land Ecosystems of the Very Dry Montane Interior Douglas-fir Subzone Eastern Fraser Plateau Variant (IDFb2) in the Cariboo Forest Region, British Columbia.  Steen, O. A., and A. L. Roberts. 1988.  B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Introduction.

Haemoglobin in Tuberculate Ectomycorrhizae on Lodgepole Pine.  Paul, L., Chapman, B. Chanway, C.  1998.  Poster at ICOM 2, July, 1998.  Upsula Sweden.  Abstract

Handbook for Timber and Mule Deer Management Co-ordination on Winter Ranges in the Cariboo Forest Region. Armleder, H. M., R.J. Dawson, and R.N. Thomson. 1986. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake, Land Management Handbook Number 13. Purpose of this Handbook.

Heme protein in tuberculate ectomycorrhizae on lodgepole pine. Paul, Leslie, Bill Chapman, Chris Chanway and Brian Holl. 1998 .  B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstract

Hypholoma fasciculare, woody debris and root disease caused by Armillaria ostoyae.  Chapman, Bill and Guoping Xiao. 1998. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstract

Hypholoma fasciculare, woody debris and root disease caused by Armillaria ostoyae.  Chapman, W.K., Xiao, G.  In review.  Submitted to Plant and Soil  Abstract

Identification and Management of Summer Frost-prone Sites in the Cariboo Forest Region. Steen, Ordell, Robert J. Stathers, and Ray A. Coupe. 1990. FRDA Report 157. Forward.

Integrated Forest Vegetation Management: Options and Applications. Comeau, Philip G., George J. Harper, Marilyn E. Blanche, Jacob O. Boateng, and Linda A. Gilkeson. 1996. FRDA report No. 251. Abstract.

Integrated Management of Timber and Deer: Interior Forest of Western North America. Armleder, Harold M., Donavin A. Leckenby, David J. Freddy, and Lorin L. Hicks. 1989. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstraction.

Landscape Attributes of Interior Douglas-fir Forests on the Fraser Plateau. Dawson, Rick. 1997. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstract.

Landscape Attributes of Interior Douglas-fir forests on the Fraser Plateau.  Dawson, R.J.  1998.  In New Information for the management of dry Douglas-fir forests:  Proceedings from the dry Douglas-fir workshop.  Apr. 29-30/97.  Kamloops, B.C.  Min. For., Victoria, B.C.  Working Paper No. 34.  Abstract

Logging on mule deer winter range: An integrated management approach.  Armleder, H.M., and R.J. Dawson. 1992. The Forestry Chronicle.. Vol. 68, No. 1. Abstraction.

Management Concepts for Landscape Ecology : Part 1 of 7. Daigle, Patrick, and Rick Dawson. 1996. B.C. Min For. Research Branch, Victoria. Extension Note #7. pp7. Introduction

Mountain Caribou in Managed Forests Preliminary Recommendations for Managers.  Stevenson, Susan K., Harold M. Armleder, Micheal J. Hull, David G. King, Eliot L. Terry, Glen S. Watts, Bruce N. Mclellan,  and Kenneth N. Child.1994. B.C. Min. For. Williams Lake. Executive Summary.

Mule Deer Response to Low-Volume Partial Cutting on Winter Ranges in Central Interior British Columbia.  Armleder, H., M. Waterhouse, R. Dawson, and K. Iverson.  1998.  B.C. Min. For., Victoria, B.C. Research Report  No.16.  Abstract

Nitrogen Fixation in Tuberculate Mycorrhizae on Lodgepole Pine.  Paul, L., Chapman, B., Chanway, C.  1998.  Poster at Pacific Northwest Forest and Rangeland Soil Organism Symposium, March 17-19.  Oregon State University.

Plants of Northern British Columbia. MacKinnon, Andy, Jim Pojar, and Ray Coupe. 1992. Lone Pine Publishing. Introduction

Plants of Southern British Columbia. Parish, Roberta, Ray Coupe, and Dennis Lloyd. 1996.  Lone Pine Publishing. Introduction

Preferences of Mule Deer for Douglas-Fir Foliage From Different Sized Trees.  Dawson, Richard J., Harold.M Armleder, and Michaela J. Waterhouse. 1990.  The Journal of Wildlife Management. Vol. 54, No. 3. Abstraction.

Recommendations for managing the effects of forest practices on stream temperature in British Columbia. Teti, Patrick. 2000.
Prepared for Temperature Sensitive Stream Working Group, B.C. Ministry of Forests. 37 p. PDF Document

Review of Forest Practices Adjacent to Streams Under the Forest Practices Code in the Cariboo Forest Region. Steen, Ordell, and Marcel Demers. 1998. B.C. Min For., Williams Lake. Executive Summary.

Sheep Grazing Guidelines for Managing Vegetation in Forest Plantations in British Columbia.Newsome T., B. Wikeem, and C. Sutherland. 1995.  B.C. Min. For. Land Management Handbook 34. Introducton

Siberian and West Larch: Comparisons to Other Species in Central British Columbia.  Newsome, Teresa A., Nola M. Daintith, and Douglas A. Routledge. 1992.  In Ecology and Management of Larix Forests: A Look Ahead. Wyman C. Schmidt and Kathy J. McDonald (Compilers). Intermountain Research Station, Ogden, UT. p447-451. Abstract

Siliviculture Systems to Maintain Caribou Habitat in Managed British Columbia Forests. Armleder, Harold M, and Susan K. Stevenson. 1994. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Abstraction.

Silviculturists and Wildlife Habitat Managers: Competitors or Cooperators. Eastman, Don S., Colleen Bryden, Marvin Eng, Ron Kowall, Harold Armleder, Eric Lofroth, Susan Stevenson. 1991. Trans. 56 N. A. Wildl. & Nat. Res. Conf. 640p. Introduction.

Soil Degradation and Site Productivity:  The British Columbia Component of the Long-Term Soil Productivity Study.  Berch, S., Chapman, B., Sanborn, P., Kranabetter, M., Kabzems, R., Hope, G., Curran, M.  1998.   Poster at "Ecology and Management of Northern Forest Soils Conference".  Prince George.  June 18th.  University of Northern B.C.

Sub-Boreal Pine - Spruce Zone.  Steen, O. 1991.  In Ecosystems of British Columbia. Del Meid(edited) and Jim Pojar(edited). B.C. Min. For. Special Report Series 6.Victoria, B.C. p195-208. Introduction.

The Cariboo Underworld: Amphibians in Clearcuts and Forests. Ward, Kristy, and Bill Chapman. 1995.  Cordillera. Winter 1995, pp32 Abstract

The Effects of Forest Practices on Stream Temperature - A Review of the Literature. Teti, Patrick A. 1998. Unpub. ms, B.C. Ministry of Forests. 10p. PDF Document

The Effects of Juvenile Spacing on Wildlife Habitat use During Winter in the Interior Douglas-Fir Zone of British Columbia. Waterhouse, M.J. , R.J. Dawson, and H.M Armleder. 1990. B.C. Min. For., Williams Lake. Executive Summary.

Using Alternative Silivicultural Systems to Integrate Mountain Caribou and Timber Management in British Columbia. Armleder, Harold M  and Susan K. Stevenson. 1994. Rangifer. Special Issue No. 9,141-148. Abstraction.

Winter Food Habits of Mule Deer on the Central Interior of British Columbia.  Waterhouse, M.J. , H.M Armleder, and R.J. Dawson. 1994. B.C. Min. For. Research Note No. 113. Executive Summary.

Winter Habitat Use by Mule Deer in the Central Interior of British Columbia. Armleder, H.M., Waterhouse, M.J., Keisker, D.G., and Dawson, R.J. 1994. Can. J. Zool. 72: 1721 - 1725. Abstract.

Unpublished Reports

An Annotated Bibliography of Surface Erosion from Forest Roads  Teti, Patrick, Rita Winkler, Brian Guy, and Hugh Hamilton, November 6, 1997. 41p. (part of a problem analysis for a Forest Renewal BC research project)

Effects of Logging Roads and Road Deactivation on Surface Erosion, a Problem Analysis. Teti, Patrick. 1997. Final Report to the Science Council of B.C. on a research project funded by Forest Renewal B.C. 7p + attachments.

The Effects of Forest Practices on Stream Temperature - A review of the literature Patrick Teti prepared for the Horsefly Forest District, December 21, 1998. 10 p.


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