This report provides documentation of year 2004 activities carried out at the Phillip Lakes study site for a lichen adaptive management project. The primary activity was to re-establish vegetation quadrat locations in 4 of 6 treatment regimes where harvesting and site preparation were completed. Quadrat relocation was done by installing rebar and plastic tags in place of the spikes and flagging that were used as pre-treatment plot markers. The second goal was to establish oblique perspective overview photos for 4 treatment regimes such that future comparisons could be made. Summaries of the photos are provided. In addition, a general observation was made that conditions created from applying harvesting and silviculture activities matched forecasts for the various combination of treatments applied.
Sulyma, Randy. 2005. Adaptive management of forestry practices in Pine-Lichen woodlands in North-Central British Columbia: site 3 (Phillip Lakes) 2004 project update. Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program. Forest Investment Account Report. FIA2005MR112