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Natural resource management and Indigenous food systems in Northern Ontario
The forests and freshwaters of Northern Ontario are complex socio-ecological systems that have provided opportunities to sustain local lives, economies, and cultures since time immemorial. Through nation-to-nation ...
Key factors influencing First Nation youth perspectives on forest management and capacity development in northern Ontario, Canada
First Nation youth often play a central, though indirect, role in Ontario’s forest sector as the beneficiaries of capacity-building arrangements, employment opportunities and cultural-retention initiatives. Correspondingly, ...
Increasing diameter growth content of red pine (Pinus Resinosa) through intensive management
Intensive forest management can only be justified if it increases wood quality or yield sufficiently to compensate for the additional investment. Treatments such as thinning and/or pruning are typically only applied to ...
Recovering from over-cutting in China: an examination of the natural forest protection project
In the last century, China chose a planned economic system and formulated a strategy for the development of heavy industry. The chosen strategy for heavy industry has given forestry a half-century task, both to provide ...
Quercus rubra L. regeneration from prescribed burns: an in-depth look into management in Canada forests, specifically Ontario
This paper explores the impact that prescribed fires have on red oak (Quercus rubra L.) regeneration in Canada and Ontario. Prescribed fires are important to consider the best management techniques that should be used in ...
An examination of forest-dwelling birds in recreational areas within Thunder Bay, ON.
Forest-dwelling birds hold various social, economic, and ecological values. This study aims to identify the habitat elements that recreational areas provide or lack for various forest birds. Three recreational areas across ...