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Forest Crowns, Snow Interception and Management of Black-tailed Deer Winter Habitat McNay, R. Scott
1985
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Abstract: The phenomenon of snow interception by forest stands is examined. Interception relationships extracted from literature are evaluated for their applicability to the silvicultural and climatic conditions of south coastal British Columbia. Hypotheses tested address: 1) the prediction of snow interception, 2) comparisons of heterogeneity in snow interception between second-growth and old-growth forests, and 3) how interception and interception efficiency vary depending on forest crown completeness and storm size.
 
McNay, R. Scott. 1985. Forest Crowns, Snow Interception and Management of Black-tailed Deer Winter Habitat. Ministries of Environment and Forests. Wildlife Bulletin. B-35
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: snow interception, winter habitat, black-tailed deer
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Odocoileus hemionus
ISBN:  English Name: Mule Deer
Other Identifier: IWIFR-19
 
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