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Riparian vegetation patterns and links with surface waters in the boreal forest
Riparian areas in the Canadian boreal forest represent the transition zone between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Factors that influence riparian vegetation communities and the associated interactions with boreal ...
Introduction to the legacy forest small streams study : runoff patterns and related biogeochemistry on the western portion of the boreal shield
The Forest Watershed and Riparian Disturbance (FORWARD) Project is an ongoing study initiated on the western Boreal Plain (northwestern Alberta) in 2001 to incorporate hydrologic processes into industrial forest management. ...
Stand structure differences resulting from post-harvest silviculture in boreal mixedwoods
Under the Ontario Forest Accord, several parcels of land have recently been designated as protected areas reducing the area available for forest management. As a result, forestry companies will likely have to intensify ...
Changes in soil nutrient status and seedling performance in response to harvest intensity on upland, shallow site types in Northwestern Ontario : 10th year results
Although based on limited empirical data, concerns have been raised that increased nutrient removals associated with full-tree harvesting on shallow-soiled sites may result in reduced productivity in subsequent rotations. ...
Preliminary study of North American schizopora species
Macro- and micro-morphological characteristics were examined among specimens of 'Schizopora' paradoxa, 'Schizopora flavipora', and 'Schizopora apacheriensis' collected from temperate and tropical North America. Characteristics ...