Long-term objectives remain as:
1. provide a decision-support tool that creates landscape-level forest management zones while considering timber and non-timber objectives simultaneously, suitable for use in north-eastern BC;
2. explore zoning configurations that maintain economic viability while also maintaining ecological and social objectives; and
3. provide a conservation plan that permits economic forestry over an area of about 18 million ha.
Fred L. Bunnell.
Vernier, Pierre R., Bunnell, Fred L.; Wells, Ralph W.; Moy, Arnold; Preston, Michael I.; Campbell, R. Wayne; Boyland, Mark. 2006. Evaluating large-scale forest zoning to improve the efficiency of timber production and biodiversity objectives. Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program. Forest Investment Account Report. FIA2006MR138