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Title: Forever Green

Year: 1983

Author(s): Hector Allan Richmond

Type: Book

Description:
Forever Green documents Hector Richmond's long career as one of Canada's foremost entomologists. The author combines entertaining autobiography with a candid examination of the history and evolution of the forest industry in Canada.

 

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Title: Predator-Ungulate Relationships In Second Growth Forests On Vancouver Island. Problem Analysis.

Year: 1982

Author(s): Ian Hatter

Type: Government document

Description:
The effects and influences of predation on ungulates are reviewed. Predation is a significant source of mortality and influences the distribution and habitat selection of native ungulates. Predation effects and influences on Vancouver Island deer and elk are reviewed and contrasted with those of the rest of North America. Predation on deer is particularly severe due to high wolf population densities and the probable additive effects of cougar and bear predation and human deer harvests. Wolves probably indluence seasonal movements and habitat selection of deer and elk but the available information is inconclusive. The potential effects and influences of wolf predation on ungulate populations in second growth forests is high. It presents a major confounding factor in interpreting deer and elk habitat utilization, animal condition, and population parameters. However, it is suggested that wolves should not be viewed as a confounding influence on intensive wildlife intensive forestry management but as an integral component of a managed predator-ungulate-habitat system. Specific problems and unknowns of predation are also identified. It is recommended that predation studies be implemented immediately.

 

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Title: Importance of organic debris dams in the structure and function of stream ecosystems.

Year: 1980

Author(s): R E Bilby

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: The Growth of Douglas-Fir, Western Red Cedar, Western Hemlock and Amabilis Fir on Moderately Well-Drained Clay Soils on the Tofino-Ucluelet Lowlands.

Year: 1978

Author(s): Steve Lord

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
The suitability of the flat-lying area adjacent to the ocean between Ucluelet and Tofino to grow various species of commercial trees has been a source of debate since reforestation programs were initiatied in the area in the late 1950s. Since most of the old growth stands on the "flats" have been logged, the question of which species to plan for a second crop has for the time being been resolved. However, as stand managemenet practises are intensified on the older plantations and naturally regenerated areas, additional information on the factors affecting site productivity and how they can be altered by management practises, is necessary in order to maximize the production of high quality fibre from these sites. The original objectives of the study were to analyze the growth rates and patterns of the various commercial tree species on all sites on the flats from the most productive to the least productive. As they study progressed it became apparent that there was a lack of suitable sampling areas on the low productivity, poorly drained sites. As a result, the selection of sample sites was limited to the most rapidly drained, most productive sites which contained a good selection of sample trees over 10 years old for all species. All of the growth data and stem quality data presented in teh write-up of this study is from one site, having similar potential productivity, soils and vegetation. Observations on the growth patterns and management implications of the lower productivity sites have been made in this report; however, it should be emphasized that they have not been substantiated by the collection of suitable data.

 

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Title: Toquart Watershed Integrated Resource Study

Year: 1974

Author(s): Ted E. Baker; J. Brian Nyberg

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
An integrated resource system for planning and management was developed by representatives from federal and provincial agencies and the University of British Columbia. The system is intended for use as a model for future integrated resources studies in the Vancouver Forest District. The study group proposed that an interagency resource group be permanently established to conduct similar studies on a routine basis. The areas to be studied would be selected by the participating agencies. A sequence for conducting inventories is given to eliminate duplication and provide maximum benefit for each subsequent inventory. Levels of detail and data format are also discussed. The interagency resource group would also be responsible for providing recommendations for development based on the acquired information. These recommendations would be periodically reviewed and updated. The implementation of the recommendations would be the responsibility of the agencies now responsible for the individual resources. Additional proposals are made aimed at improving the system during future studies.

 

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Title: [Assorted popular journal articles and letters to the editor regarding forestry, land use, and conservation issues, from 1971-1987]

Year: 1971

Author(s): [Various]

Type: Journal Article

Description:
Eight documents. Title, author, publication, date: Changing Attitudes to Old Growth, Cameron La Follette, Cascade Holistic Economic Consultants, n.d.; Why Not Unmanaged Forests?, Michael Nadel, The Living Wilderness, Winter 1970-71; Wilderness for the Wild, Mary M. Gordon, Journal of Forestry, January 1973; Bald Threats: Rapacious forestry vs. raptor nesting sites, Star Weiss, Equinox, n.d.; Foresty in Austria: Small cuts and grand vistas, E.M. Sterling, Sierra, November/December 1981; What's Going On Up There? A report on public involvement in forestry [in BC], Peter Grant, Wildlife Review, Winter 1984/85 (two copies); Ecology: A Foggy Solution, n.a., Science Digest, February 1986; Editorial, BTR, Equinox, July/August 1987 [re: "the arrant logging of Western Canada"].

 

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Title: [Assorted Ministry literature, brochures, and reports from 1971 to 1989]

Year: 1971

Author(s): British Columbia. Ministry of Forests.

Type: Public Relations Material

Description:
Fourteen documents (some multiple copies). Title and date: Sustained Yield from British Columbia's Forest Lands, 1971; Five-Year Forest and Range Resource Program, 1981; Forest Report, May 1982; Silviculture, 1982 (two copies); Summary of Responses to Ministry of Forests Public Involvement Policy and Practice, 1982; Notes from a speech by T.M. (Mike) Apsey, Deputy Minister of Forests, to the Assoc. of BC Professional Foresters, Feb. 1983; Integrated Resource Management of Provincial Forests, 1986; British Columbia Forest and Range Facts: 1985/86, 1987 (four copies); Herbicides and Forest Management in British Columbia, [1987]; British Columbia's Forests - A shared resource, n.d.; Integrated Resource Management of Provincial Forests, n.d.; Managing Vegetation in Provincial Forests, n.d. (two copies); Prescribed Burning for Forest and Range, n.d. (three copies); Forest Management in British Columbia, 1989.

 

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Title: [Miscellaneous reports, pamphlets, brochures, etc. published by the government of Canada from 1971 to 1990]

Year: 1971

Author(s): Government of Canada.

Type: Public Relations Material

Description:
Ten documents (some copies). Title and date: Prevent Logging Damage to Streams: a message to all logging operators, 1971; Forestry and the Environment Fact Sheet, n.d. (two copies); The Other Way: a prescription for increased timber supply, 1978; Estimates of Taxes, Fees, and Royalties paid by the BC Forest Industry: 1976-1979, 1982; Policy Statement: A Framework for Forest Renewal, 1982 [bilingual]; "Our commitment to tomorrow's forests begins today: governments industry, all Canadians are working together towards this goal", n.d. [fold out poster of graphs, statistics, etc; two copies]; memorandum to D. H. Macmillan from Greg Fenton re: summary of BC Old Growth Strategy Workshop, 1989; Forestry Forum Forestier, Autumn/Winter 1987-88 [bilingual]; Forest Management Statistics for Canada: 1977-88, 1990.

 

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Title: [Miscellaneous company literature ranging from 1970-1991]

Year: 1970

Author(s): MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.

Type: Public Relations Material

Description:
Twenty-two documents (some copies). Titles and dates: About MacMillan Bloedel, 1970; A Walk in the Forest, 1973; The Living Forest, 1973 (two different versions); Enjoying the Forest...With Tommy Tompkins, 1974 (four copies); The Forest Industry in British Columbia: Published by MacMillan Bloedel in the interests of encouraging a wider public understanding of British Columbia's forest resource, [1975] (two copies); Interim Report to the Shareholders for the Year Ended December 31, 1976; Financial and Operating Statistics, 1977; Annual Report, 1977; Welcome to Apulp, n.d.; Production, Personnel, and Anual Capacities - year 1984; MacMillan Bloedel in the Alberni Valley, 1989; Beyond the Cut: MacMillan Bloedel's Forest Management Program, n.d. (two copies); Forest Perspectives: the Reforestation Issue, 1989 (three copies); Future Forests: A look at the new forests MacMillan Bloedel is growing, n.d.

 

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Title: Clayoquot Region

Year: 1943

Author(s): G. Silburn

Type: Report (published)

Description:
None. Historic overview of Clayoquot Region in regards to future foresty plans (e.g., accessibility of timber, factors affecting regeneration, etc.).

 

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Title: [Premier Harcourt's speech announcing Clayoquot Scientific Panel.]

Year: n.d.

Author(s): [Michael Harcourt]

Type: Manuscript

 

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Title: Living Communities in a Living Forest : Towards an Alternative Structure of Local Tenure and Management.

Year: n.d.

Type: Manuscript

Description:
On cover : "Draft. This is at a working stage, and is not for citation or quotation without the permission of the author. Comments are invited."

 

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Title: Premierís science panel decides working order.

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Diane Morrison

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: Critical elements for forest ecosystem sustainability.

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Na Na

Type: Manuscript

 

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Title: Select Bibliography for ecoforestry.

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Na Na

Type: Manuscript

 

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Title: Select Bibliography for ecoforestry.

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Na Na

Type: Manuscript

 

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Title: Biodiversity and International Resolutions, Obligations and Legally Binding Treaty.

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Na Na

Type: Report (unpublished)

 

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Title: Synopsis management and working plan no. 2 (1991-995), tree farm license 46

Year: n.d.

Author(s): [Fletcher Challenge Canada]

Type: Manuscript

Description:
"Draft" stamped on cover.

 

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Title: Tree farm license 54 : statement of management objectives, options, and procedures : public consultation handout

Year: n.d.

Author(s): International Forest Products Limited

Type: Public Relations Material

Description:
"Draft" stamped on cover.

 

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Title: Clayoquot Sound : implementation of science panel report.

Year: n.d.

Author(s): British Columbia. Ministry of Forests

Type: Public Relations Material

 

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Title: [Clayoquot Sound Scenic Corridors Advisory Group maps]

Year: n.d.

Author(s): British Columbia. Clayoquot Sound Scenic Corridors Advisory Group.

Type: Map

Description:
Scale : 1: 400 000 ; 1:300 000 ; 1:283 000 ; includes various colour maps produced for/by the SCAG.

 

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Title: Managing scenic values in Clayoquot Sound

Year: n.d.

Author(s): British Columbia. Scenic Corridors Advisory Group

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
"This is a publication of the Clayoquot Sound Scenic Corridors Advisory Group. The Advisory Group has been formed to provide advice to the government on managing the Scenic Corridors." - from p. 1.

 

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Title: Forest practices in British Columbia : not a world class act

Year: n.d.

Author(s): BC Wild

Type: Campaign Material

 

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Title: Clayoquot Sound : backgrounder

Year: n.d.

Author(s): British Columbia. Ministry of Forests

Type: Public Relations Material

 

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Title: General standards for ecologically responsible forest use

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Silva Forest Foundation

Type: Manuscript