File 2007.1.25.3 - ALRF Miscellaneous - Volume 1

A Report on S.P.514: Cutting Methods in Immature and Thrifty Mature Spruce Types (Interior of Pri... Tree Length Logging as a Silvicultural Problem in the Uneven-aged Spruce-Balsam Type of the Princ... Tree Length Skidding and its Influence on Residual Forest Stands in the Fort George Forest District E.P. 373 - Ecology: Spruce-Balsam Type, Aleza Lake E.P. 426: Report on the Condition of Balsam and the Special Clauses Covering Balsam on T.S. X42765 Memorandum regarding Future Logging at Aleza Lake E.P. 528: Invasion of Scarified Areas by Vegetation in the Prince George Area Experimental Plot No. 116 (252): Rate of Growth and Mortality in the Mature Uneven-Aged White Spr... Soil Survey Report on Part of Aleza Lake Forest Experimental Station Scarification in the Spruce Alpine Fir type of the Prince George Forest District The Results of Stand Treatment in the White Spruce Alpine Fir Type of the Northern Interior of Br... A Study of Coniferous Reproduction by Direct Seeding Methods on Various Forest Site Types at Alez... An Analysis of the Difference in Gross Merchantable Cubic-foot Volumes of the Upper Fraser Uneven... Resource Analysis 1984, Project No. 26, Silvicultural Systems (Draft) E.P. 639: Silviculture in Spruce-Alpine Fir types in the North Central Interior of British Columbia Natural Reproduction Following Fires in Central British Columbia The Result of Stand Treatment in the White Spruce-Alpine Fir Type of the Northern Interior of Bri... Marking Manual Northern Interior Forest Experiment Station: Report of Preliminary Investigations Spruce-Balsam Type, Giscome Second Growth Fir Type, Giscome Second Growth Spruce from Seed Tree after Old Fire, Stuart Lake Spruce-Balsam Type Logged and Burned, Penny Ranger Station Spruce Reproduction in Mineral Soil on Railway Cut Spruce Coming in after Old Burn from Seed Trees under Alternate Crop of Aspen, Prince George Spruce Coming in after Old Burn from Seed Trees under Alternate Crop of Aspen, Prince George Spruce-Balsam Type Replaced by Meadows, Cottonwood River Coniferous Type Replaced by Grassland, Stuart Lake Unburned and Burned Cutting of 1918 at Hutton Spruce-Balsam Type Six Years after Logging with No Fresh Reproduction Spruce-Balsam Type Cut Over (1919) and Burned (1920), Sample Plot No. 4 (Hope's), Penny Cut-over Spruce-Balsam Type, Giscome Spruce-Balsam Slash Piled and Burned to Form Fire Guard Slash and Unmerchantable Balsam Left by Logging Typical Stand of Balsam Left after Logging Balsam and Defective Spruce Left after Cutting Debris on Ground Growth of Ferns on Exposed Soil Opening Made by Logging Road Method of Marking Plots
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ALRF Miscellaneous - Volume 1

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\ALRF MISC\881261 - Research & Experimental Forests - Historical Info - ALRF

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File contains reports and essays on certain research projects ranging from the year 1924 to 1984. The topics of these research projects include cutting methods, guidelines for marking techniques, and scarification.

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2007.1.7.5

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