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Title: Meares Island in perspective

Year: 1984

Author(s): MacMillan Bloedel Limited

Type: Public Relations Material

 

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Title: [Pamphlets on Meares Island easter festival.]

Year: 1984

Author(s): [Friends of Clayoquot Sound]

Type: Campaign Material

 

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Title: [Pamphlets on Meares Island easter festival.]

Year: 1984

Author(s): [Friends of Clayoquot Sound]

Type: Campaign Material

 

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Title: A Research Approach to Solving Fish/Forestry Interactions in Relation to Mass Wasting on the Queen Charlotte Islands

Year: 1984

Author(s): BC Ministry of Forests

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Gabion Evaluation for Salmonid Enhancement in a Landslide Impacted Stream on the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia

Year: 1984

Author(s): Herbert D. Klassen

Type: Report (published)

Description:
"This paper may be of interest to foresters, fish biologists, and fisheries managers alike. The major purpose of the paper was to evaluate one method of rehabilitation of a debris-torrented stream, with respect to fish production. Guidelines for the gabion installation were included, as was a benefit-cost analysis." Paper of the Fish Forestry Interaction Program.

 

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Title: History of a Resource Industry.

Year: 1983

Author(s): Patricia Marchak

Type: Book Chapter

 

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Title: History of a Resource Industry.

Year: 1983

Author(s): Patricia Marchak

Type: Book Chapter

 

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Title: Meares Island integrated resource use plan : TFL 20 portion.

Year: 1983

Author(s): MacMillan Bloedel Limited

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Meares Island integrated resource use plan : TFL 20 portion.

Year: 1983

Author(s): MacMillan Bloedel Limited

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Meares Island integrated resource use plan : TFL 20 portion.

Year: 1983

Author(s): MacMillan Bloedel Limited

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Winter Waterbirds of Meares Island

Year: 1982

Author(s): A. S. Harestad; B. M. Van Der Raay

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
from Introduction: "...Sheltered bays and food-rich tide flats of Meares Island are used as staging and resting areas for shorebirds and waterfowl during spring and fall passage. These areas are also used as wintering areas by waterbirds that spend the breeding season elsewhere. In light of public concern for birds, the Ministry of Forests supported this study to investigate the use of waters surrounding Meares Island by waterbirds during winter and to provide information on the probable impact of logging and storage activities on these birds. ..."

 

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Title: [Miscelleneous Forestry Resource Documents form the District of Tofino files: forestry in New Zealand]

Year: 1980

Author(s): [Various]

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
Three documents: "What's New in Forest Research?" no. 13, 1984; "Silvicultural Management of the Rimu Forests of South Westland," Forest Reseasrch Institute Bulletin no. 121, 1987; "Structure and Growth of Dense Podocarp Forest at Tihoi, Central North Island, and the Impact of Selective Logging," New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 225 (1): 44-57, 1980.

 

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Title: First Growth

Year: 1975

Author(s): Sue Baptie

Type: Book

Description:
History and stories of BC's logging industry from 1946 on.

 

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Title: Cable Logging Systems

Year: 1974

Author(s): Donald D. Studier

Type: Report (unpublished)

 

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Title: Birds and disturbed forest succession after logging in Pacific Rim National Park Vancouver Island B. C. and a contribution towards the develpment of an interpretive plan for logged areas

Year: 1974

Author(s): N.A. Roe

Type: Academic Thesis

Description:
MSc University of Calgary; lists plant and bird species in study sites of 5 different stages of forest succession, M.Sc. University of Calgary

 

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Title: Birds and Disturbed Forest Succession After Logging in Pacific Rim National Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia and A Contribution Towards the Development of an Interpretive Plan for Logged Areas

Year: 1974

Author(s): Nicholas Anthony Roe

Type: Academic Thesis

Description:
The relationship between birds and forest succession after logging were studied during the summer season of 1972 in the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone of Krajina (1965) in Pacific Rim National Park on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Birds were counted at eight sites representing five stages of forest succession along transects totalling 800 metres in length in each stage. The stages were as follows: (1) 2 years old - logged in 1970, not planted and supporting no tree growth (two transects of 400 m); (2) 8 years old - logged in 1964, burned and planted with Douglas fir, grand fir, and a few Sitka spruce, weith western hemlock and western red cedar also present (one 800 m transect); (3) 12 years old - logged in 1960, burned, and planted with Douglas fir, with western hemlock and western red cedar also present (two transects of 400 m); (4) 24 years old - logged in 1948, not planted but supporting growth of western hemlock, western red cedar and red alder (one 800 m transect); (5) mature forest with no history of logging, consisting of western hemlock, western red cedar and Pacific silver fir (two transects of 400 m). Transect counts of birds were supplemented by a spot-mapping method. The area surveyed was 0.8 ha per successional stage in both methods. Results from both methods were converted into biomass figures using standard weights of each species. Collected field data on each major vegetation species was analysed for each successional stage in order to assemble a description of the structure and compositon of the habitat. The separate stages and different types of forest succession contained bird populations that were different. Biomass of birds was greatest in the 24-year Unplanted Stage., and leas t in the Mature Forest Stage. Bird species diversity was greatest in the 8-year Planted Stage, and least in the 2-year Unplanted Stage. The 12-year Planted Stage has a low biomass and an intermediate species diversity of birds. Increases in biomass were highly positively correlated with increases in canopy coverage by red alder, and with increases in the number of ground cover species. Increases in bird species diversity were high positively correlated with increases in the number of tree species. These relationships suggest that monocultural plantations reduce the productivity (expressed in biomass) of birds in forest succession.

 

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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: [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: 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: MacMillan Bloedel : Canada's logging giant : questions and answers

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Clayoquot Rainforest Coalition

Type: Campaign Material

 

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Title: MacMillan Bloedel : Canada's logging giant : questions and answers

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Clayoquot Rainforest Coalition

Type: Campaign Material

 

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Title: Meares Island : the responsibility and the challenge

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Friends of Clayoquot Sound

Type: Manuscript

Description:
Submission to Meares Island Integrated Resources Planning Committee, Ministry of Forests.

 

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Title: Meares Island : the responsibility and the challenge

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Friends of Clayoquot Sound

Type: Manuscript

Description:
Submission to Meares Island Integrated Resources Planning Committee, Ministry of Forests.

 

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Title: Briefing memorandum no. 2; Briefing memorandum no 3

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Clayoquot Sound Sustainable Development Task Force

Type: Manuscript

Description:
"This briefing memorandum is intended to review the constitution of the Task Force and its impact on the short-term logging issue." - from no. 2. "This memorandum addresses the short-term logging issue and its status. That issue continued to confront the Task Force and to complicate the process." - from no. 3. "I find myself in disagreement with the conclusions you expressed in your letter of November 7, 1989. The matters you have raised related to the short-term logging issue which was addressed to the Task Force in paragraph five of our Terms of Reference." - from letter.

 

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Title: Briefing memorandum no. 2; Briefing memorandum no 3

Year: n.d.

Author(s): Clayoquot Sound Sustainable Development Task Force

Type: Manuscript

Description:
"This briefing memorandum is intended to review the constitution of the Task Force and its impact on the short-term logging issue." - from no. 2. "This memorandum addresses the short-term logging issue and its status. That issue continued to confront the Task Force and to complicate the process." - from no. 3. "I find myself in disagreement with the conclusions you expressed in your letter of November 7, 1989. The matters you have raised related to the short-term logging issue which was addressed to the Task Force in paragraph five of our Terms of Reference." - from letter.