The Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone forms part of a vast boreal forest that stretches across northern Canada from Newfoundland to the Yukon. In many ways, this zone fits the popular image of the Canadian north as a place with large areas of unspoiled wilderness, long cold winters, and abundant wildlife. Forests and muskeg dominate the land-scape, and moose, caribou, bears, and wolves are plentiful, along with black flies and mosquitoes. The Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone covers most of the Alberta Plateau in British Columbia's northeast, as well as lower elevations in the central north, and west to the Tatshenshini. One of the largest ecological zones in British Columbia, the Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone covers about 10 percent of the province's total land area. It includes the communities of Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Telegraph Creek, Dease Lake, and Atlin. Funding provided by Forest Renewal BC.
BC Ministry of Forests - Research Branch. 1996. The ecology of the boreal white and black spruce zone. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. Brochure (FLNRORD). BRO49
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
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