2 edition of Reproduction on cut-over and burned-over land in Canada. found in the catalog.
Reproduction on cut-over and burned-over land in Canada.
Richard Hedderly Candy
by Dept. of Resources and Development, Forestry Branch in Ottawa
Written in English
|Series||Forest Research Division. Silvicultural research note, no. 92|
|LC Classifications||SD409 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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Candy, R. Reproduction on cut-over and burned-over land in Canada. Silvicultural Research Note No. Ottawa, Canada Department. Photo, Print, Drawing Cut-over and burned-over land along K Highway.
Forest County, Wisconsin. Enlarge Reproduction Number: LC-USFTB (interpositive) Call Number: LC-USF B [P&P] LOT (corresponding photographic print) Access. Candy, Richard H. Reproduction on cutover and burned-over land in Canada.
Silvicultral Research Note No. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Department of Resources and Development, Forestry Branch, Forest Resources Division. Cut-over burned over forest land.
Clatsop County, Oregon Contributor Names Lee, Russell,photographer Reproduction Number LC-USFD (b&w film neg.) Rights Advisory No known restrictions. For information, see U.S. Farm Security Administration. Cut-over and burned-over land along the road between Iron River, Michigan, and Nelma, Wisconsin Contributor Names Lee, Russell,photographer Created / Published Reproduction Number LC-USFTB (interpositive) Rights Advisory No known restrictions on images made by the U.S.
government; images copied from other sources may. Reproduction on cut-over and burned-over land in Canada. Canada, Dept. Resources and De\'elopment, Res. Note pp. Analysis of thc field notes showed that uniformity of sampling was not achieved owing to different interpretation by the various observers of ce -tain.
The studied fire area is located in the boreal zone of eastern Canada, in central Quebec (lat. 49°19′03″N and long. 73°48′24″W; Fig. 1) and belongs to the Chibougamau-Natashquan (B.1b) forest section ().According to Quebec’s ecological land classification, it is part of the spruce–moss domain and the Nestaocano River hills (6e) ecological region (Blouin and Berger, ).
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VI No. 2 page 88 described a regeneration survey carried out in Canada. This survey was, carried out by the Forestry Branch of the Department of Resources and Development, and the results are embodied in Silvicultural Research Note No.
92 "Reproduction on Cut-over and Burned-over Land in Canada". No work was in. Candy, R.H. Reproduction on cut-over and burned-over land in Canada. Canada Department of Resources and Development, Forestry Branch, Forest Research Division, Ottawa, Ontario. Canada Forestry Silvicultural Research Note No.
Google Scholar. Cut-over and burned-over land near Tipler, Wisconsin Contributor Names Lee, Russell,photographer Created / Published May. Subject Headings - United States--Wisconsin. Reproduction on cut-over and burned-over land in Canada.
Canadian Department of Research and Development, Forest Research Division, Silviculture Research Note No. 92, pp. Carballeira, A. Book Description: This volume presents a general view of the nature of tree reproduction on cut-over forest land, followed by an analysis of the procedure in conducting and reporting regeneration surveys, and conclusions and recommendations for the conducting of future surveys.
Reproduction on Cut-over and Burned-over Land in Canada Note. Department Resources and in post-fire landscapes in eastern Canada often exhibit stunted growth in the presence of ericaceous. This volume reports all the information presently available from the fifty-seven regeneration surveys carried out to the present by government and private agencies within the Province of Ontario.
It presents a general view of the nature of tree reproduction on cut-over forest land, followed by an analysis of the procedure in conducting and reporting regeneration surveys, and conclusions and. problem of white spruce reproduction.
Wherever possible, cut-over and burned over areas were compared with residual or undisturbed forests. The unit of detailed study was a plot, square or rectangular, usually one-tenth or one fifth acre in size. On each. Cut-over and burned-over land along K Highway.
Forest County, Wisconsin 1 negative: safety ; 5 x 7 inches or smaller. Contributor: Lee, Russell. The Dawn of a New Constructive Era: Association, Southern Pine, Cut-Over Land Conference of the South (: : BooksAuthor: Southern Pine Association.
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LAND REGISTRY records include an index/dates of transactions such as mortgages, sales, bankruptcies, liens, land transfers, quit claims and wills. The presence of herbaceous species showing mostly sexual reproduction and linked to variable water availability (WatGen) was expected in cut-over bogs (Table 1; Pywell et al.,Payette and Rochefort, ) but these species were dominant mainly in the latter stage after restoration, most likely due to the prominence of E.
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