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Integrated resource management plan combining STELLA and Goal Programming models
The primary objective of this study was to develop mathematical models with existing computer programs and to use these models to assist in providing useful information for multiple use planning. Two different models ...
Logging residue sampling methodology for Northeastern Ontario
The objective of this study was to develop and test statistically justifiable methods of estimating logging residue in cutover areas of northeastern Ontario. Two sampling designs and ten sample units were chosen and ...
Long-term effects of timber management on marten (Martes americana) habitat potential in an Ontario boreal forest
To evaluate the hypothesis that current forest management practices in the boreal forest are decreasing the quantity and quality of long-term marten habitat, and alternative, more suitable strategies exist, a ...
Ground speed : its influence on the direct seeding of jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) with the Bracke scarifier
The effects that ground speed and obstacle height have upon microsite creation by the Bracke scarifier and upon the seeding characteristics of the integral seeder were studied. The study was conducted in a former gravel ...
Impacts of the herbicide glyphosate on moose browse and moose use of four paired treated-control cutovers near Thunder Bay, Ontario
Re-assessment of the aerial and ground observations on four paired, glyphosate treated and control, cutovers near Thunder Bay, Ontario, indicated that aerial tending with glyphosate altered the use of these cutovers by ...
Effects of variable rate aerial application of Vision on moose (Alces alces) winter browsing and hardwood vegetation
Experimental aerial treatment of 7 mixedwood areas in late summer for conifer release with Vision® at 0.80, 1.06, and 1.60 kg a.e./ha, decreased living hardwood stem densities after ten months by 42, 61 and 42% ...