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Effects of forest management, weather, and landscape pattern on furbearer harvests at large-scales
Over the past 50 years, Ontario’s forest landscape has changed due to ever increasing natural resource management. The natural vegetation pattern, forest composition, and the fire regime have been altered. Maintaining ...
Anatomical and physical wood property variation and juvenile wood distribution in a single stem of trembling aspen
The variation of fiber length, vessel element length, relative density, ring width and the distribution o f juvenile wood within the stem of a 62-year-old trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) were studied. Samples ...
Seasonal changes in gas exchange and foliar nitrogen of three conifer species growing on an Ontario boreal mixedwood site
Jack pine, black spruce and white spruce are three vital species of the Ontario boreal mixedwood forest. The purpose of this study is to compare and contrast the ecophysiological characteristics of each species and to ...
Analysis of Ghana's renewable resource policies
A comprehensive study of Ghana's renewable resource policies has been completed. The study is composed of two major components. First, an examination of environmental degradation occurring in Ghana along with the agents ...
Genetic variation in physiology and growth under ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations in four provenances of Populus tremuloides from Northwestern Ontario
Trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) is the most widely distributed and probably most genetically varied woody species in North America. Four provenances of trembling aspen seedlings from northwestern Ontario ...
Applications of satellite remote sensing to develop forest inventory for strategic-level planning
Forest inventory is the fundamental base information for most decision making processes in today’s forest management planning. Recently in Ontario, with increasing industrial involvement, new environmental and multiple ...