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Woody Debris and Wildlife Trees in Aspen and Mixed-wood Forests of Northeastern British Columbia Manning, Todd E.
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Abstract: A study to quantify and assess the characteristics of wildlife trees and coarse woody debris in the Dawson Creek Forest District was initiated in 1993. The purpose of the study was to establish baseline data on the abundance, wildlife use, and management of wildlife trees and coarse woody debris in the mixedwood boreal forests of northeastern British Columbia. The study established random sampling plots in aspen and mixed-wood forest stands in several successional stages ranging from mature forests to recently cut areas. Plots were also established around active woodpecker nest trees for comparative analysis with the random sampling plots. Trees within each plot were assessed for wildlife tree characteristics using standardized criteria. Characteristics and data were gathered for downed woody material. To provide forest management recommendations for mature aspen stands, analysis was conducted on various tree characteristics among random, wildlife, and nest trees. Significant differences were found among mean
 
Manning, Todd E., Chytyk, Paul; Darling, Laura M.. 2001. Woody Debris and Wildlife Trees in Aspen and Mixed-wood Forests of Northeastern British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Wildlife Working Report. WR103
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: coarse woody debris, management, small mammals, wildlife trees, woodpeckers
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ISBN: 0-7726-4508-6 English Name: 
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