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Benefit–cost analysis of vegetation management alternatives: an Ontario case study
Vegetation management practices are an integral component of forest management. In this paper, we report results of stand-level benefit–cost analyses of 12 vegetation management treatments applied at six study sites in ...
Cutting versus herbicides: Tenth-year volume and release cost-effectiveness of sub-boreal conifer plantations
Few cost-effectiveness studies of vegetation management in conifer plantations are reported in the literature. This study provides follow-up cost-effectiveness analysis from research conducted at the Fallingsnow Ecosystem ...
Forestry education - introduction
Introduction to a theme issue of The Forestry Chronicle concerning forestry education and programs.
The influence of competition and species mixture on plantation-grown white spruce: Growth and foliar nutrient response after 20 years
A 20-year-old experimental white spruce plantation was used to identify key stand (neighbourhood competition) and soil (physical and chemical properties) factors influencing spruce growth (Periodic Basal Area Increment) ...
Differences in extrinsic tree quality and value of fibre production following alternative vegetation management treatments in Northwestern Ontario
We examined differences in stem quality, and volume and value of fibre produced by planted white spruce 16 years after vegetation management treatments in northwestern Ontario. Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVSOntario) was ...
Using the Carbon Budget Model of the Canadian Forest Sector (CBM-CFS3) to examine the impact of harvest and fire on carbon dynamics in selected forest types of the Canadian Boreal shield
The objective of the study was to assess the responsiveness of the Carbon Budget Model of the Canadian Forest Sector (CBM-CFS3) to management scenarios that included three rotation lengths (50, 100 and 250 years) under ...