Research guidelines can help guide the proper conduct and execution of a quality research study. This document includes a list of steps or procedures vital to any research project and two useful "check-lists" (Appendix 1 and 2) that can be used to help design research proposals and evaluate completed projects.
This protocol will use a broad definition of a research study: an organized investigation of some question(s) that can be answered by the collection and analysis of appropriate information. If the research follows proper design and analysis principles, as outlined in this protocol, the results will provide reliable information for use in forest management decisions. A basic tenet of good research is that its results can be confirmed by the results of similar studies.
BC Forest Service - Research Division. 2003. Planning and Implementing a Research Study (revised). British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
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