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  • ISBN 0772644802
  • ISBN13 978-0772644800
  • Language English
  • Publisher British Columbia, Ministry of Forests, Research Branch (2001)
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Competitive effects of trembling aspen on lodgepole pine performance in the SBS and IDF zones of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Region of South-central British Columbia.

oceedings{Simard2001EffectsOO, title {Effects of Operational Brushing on Conifers and Plant Communities in the Southern Interior of British Columbia Results from PROBE 1991 – 2000 PRotocol for Operational Brushing Evaluations}, author {Suzanne W. Simard and Jean L. Heineman and William J. Mather and Donald L. Sachs and A. J. Vyse}, year {2001} }. Suzanne W. Simard, Jean L. Heineman, +2 authors A. Vyse. Competitive effects of trembling aspen on lodgepole pine performance in the SBS and IDF zones of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Region of South-central British Columbia.

Effects of Operational Brushing on Conifers and Plant Communities in the Southern Interior of British Columbia: Results from PROBE 1991-2000. Handbook No. 48, Victoria: . Ministry of Forests Land Management, 398 . .

This Land Management Handbook contains a large amount of information on the effects of operational brushing treatments on.

This Land Management Handbook contains a large amount of information on the effects of operational brushing treatments on conifers and plant communities in the Kamloops and Nelson forest regions. We have organized this document primarily by vegetation complex, so that information for each of the eight complexes is presented in individual sections that essentially.

British Columbia, Results from PROBE 1991-2000 Protocol for Operational Brushing Evaluations.

Heineman . Mather . Sachs . Brushing effects on conifers and plant communities in the southern interior of British Columbia: Summary of PROBE results 1991-2000, . Min. Fo. Ext. Note 58, 2001. Effects of operational brushing on conifers and plant communities in the southern interior of British Columbia, Results from PROBE 1991-2000 Protocol for Operational Brushing Evaluations.

In southern British Columbia, juvenile trembling aspen is managed primarily as a competitor with conifers .

In southern British Columbia, juvenile trembling aspen is managed primarily as a competitor with conifers rather than for its ecological and economic value. As a result, brushing treatments have been applied on a widespread basis and this practice is likely to continue in the near future. Given the potential for climate change to affect our valuation of aspen, we require a better understanding of factors that affect its development, its competitive ability with conifers and its responses to brushing.

We collected field data from young mixed-conifer plantations of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) and hybrid spruce (Picea glauca P. engelmannii) in blocks which had been grazed in 2005 and 2006 as well as from ungrazed blocks. Our main objective was to determine if sheep grazing had a significant effect on the growth of hybrid spruce

Integrated Invasive Plant Management Program Prevention Identification . The Plan covers the treatment of invasive plants in the southern interior of British Columbia.

Integrated Invasive Plant Management Program Prevention Identification . In British Columbia the Forest and Range Practices Act and accompanying Regulations require forest and range tenure holders to incorporate measures in their forest and range plans to prevent the introduction or spread of 42 listed invasive species. The Weed Control Act and Regulations require land occupiers, as defined in the Act, to control 21 provincially listed noxious weeds on both private and public land.

Plant conifers that have a low susceptibility to killing by the fungus (Table . Control of Armillaria and Phellinus root diseases: 20 year results from the Skimikin stump removal experiment.

Plant conifers that have a low susceptibility to killing by the fungus (Table 1). Use of species from the High and Moderately susceptible categories in very high proportions is not recommended. Early survival of more susceptible host species (. Douglas-fir) could be enhanced if planted in uniform mixtures containing at least (~ 50%) of a resistant host such as western redcedar. Effects of selective cutting on the epidemiology of Armillaria root disease in the southern interior of British Columbia.

Elevated densities of conifer seedlings were evident for up to approximately 70 m into clearcuts from north-facing forest edges.

Effects of Clearcut Edges on Trees in the Sub-Boreal Spruce Zone of Northwest-Central British Columbia. Two hundred and eighteen rectangular plots measuring 200 m2 each were arrayed in transects across 12 cutblock edges created 9 to 21 years earlier, with the wall of standing timber facing either north or south. Elevated densities of conifer seedlings were evident for up to approximately 70 m into clearcuts from north-facing forest edges.

Conifers are known to everyone as a conspicuous kind of evergreen trees or shrubs that feature prominently in gardens and parks as well as in many managed forests in the cool to cold temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Numerous books have been written about them and continue to appear, mostly with a bias towards these uses in Europe and North America.