for Amelanchier alnifolia / Elymus trachycaulus (saskatoon / slender wheatgrass)

Reports from BC Conservation Data Centre

BC Community Summary

 
View Map

Mapped Known Locations

Other Related References

B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations. Biogeoclimatic Ecosystem Classification (BEC) Map, WHSE_FOREST_VEGETATION.BEC_BIOGEOCLIMATIC_POLY [ESRI ArcSDE format]. Version 9. Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations, Forest Analysis and Inventory Branch, Victoria, B.C. Updated Regularly.

 

Banner, A., W. MacKenzie, S. Haeussler, S. Thomson, J. Pojar, and R. Trowbridge. 1993. A field guide to site identification and interpretation for the Prince Rupert Forest Region. B.C. Minist. For., Res. Branch, Victoria, B.C. Land Manage. Handb. No. 26.

 

DeLong, C., D. Tanner and M.J. Jull. 1993. A field guide for site identification and interpretation for the southwest portion of the Prince George Forest Region. B.C. Min. For., Res. Branch, Victoria, B.C. Land Manage. Handb. No. 24.

 

Meidinger, D. 1992. Vegetation classification hierarchy: DBASE September 1992. B.C. Minist. For. Res. Branch, Victoria.

 

Meidinger, D.V. 1991. Listings of biogeoclimatic site associations by region and by site association. Unpubl. rep. from dBase files. B.C. Minist. For., Res. Branch, Victoria.

 

Moss, E.H. 1952. Grassland of the Peace River Region, Western Canada. Can. J. Bot. 30(1):93-121.

 

Pojar, J., R. Trowbridge, and D. Coates. 1984. Ecosystem classification and interpretation of the Sub-boreal Spruce Zone, Prince Rupert Forest Region, British Columbia. Minist. of Forests, Land Manage. Rep. No. 17, Victoria.

 

Predictive Ecosystem Mapping [PEM] - EcoGen of the Morice Forest District. March 2001b. Ministry of Forests Research Branch, Ministry of Forests Prince Rupert Region and, Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management Skeena Region. 1:20 000 spatial data.

 

Predictive Ecosystem Mapping [PEM] of the Quesnel TSA. March 29, 2008. Moon, D. E., R.A. MacMillan, R. Coupe, and N. Phillips. 1:20 000 spatial data.

 

Cross-Linked Information Resources (CLIR): an umbrella search web application that allows users to use a single window to simultaneously search six provincial environmental and natural resource information e-libraries and provides access to digital documents in these e-libraries.