Details: Training will be based on the results obtained from the Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping project (VATFL266081 #6081003) completed by the District of Mission in 2002 as well as the Enhanced Silviculture Strategy Type I (COTFL266210 #6210004) completed in 2003. Both of these projects produced new information, understandings and conclusions about forest management strategies and options. For the most effective use of this information, there is now a need to conduct a field trip to bring the findings to life along with technology transfer and group discussions. As such, the field trip to sites within TFL 26 will review: -Ecological classification and management interpretations/options on several sites in the Coastal Western Hemlock (dm & vm1) -A selection of challenging or interesting sites where new concepts and management options will be presented and discussed. -Examples of some recent reforestation, spacing, commercial thinning and stagnating Hw stands based on observations from the Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping (TEM), Silviculture Strategy and fertilization field work.
B. A. Blackwell and Associates Ltd., District of Mission (B.C.); Allen, Kim. 2005. Terrestrial ecosystem mapping workshop:. Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program. Forest Investment Account Report. FIA2005MR165
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
Keywords: Conservation, Biology, Congresses, Silvicultural, Systems, British, Columbia
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