The purposes of this guide are: 1. To identify the willow species that occur on disturbed sites in north-central British Columbia; 2. To provide descriptions and keys which researchers may use to recognize the species either in the field or in the herbarium; 3. To describe the ecological and geographical patterns of distribution and abundance of the species; 4. To describe the patterns of seasonal change in the vegetative and reproductive stages of the most abundant willow species; and 5. To characterize each species according to its use as winter moose forage.
Porter, G.L.. 2008. Willow species of disturbed sites in the sub-boreal spruce zone in north-central British Columbia. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. FRDA Handbook. FRH4
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
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