Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project

workshop proceedings, April 24-25, 1996, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada

Publisher: British Columbia Ministry of Forests Research Program in Victoria, BC

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  • Sicamous Creek Region

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  • Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project (B.C.) -- Congresses.,
  • Logging -- Environmental aspects -- Research -- British Columbia -- Sicamous Creek Region -- Congresses.,
  • Forest ecology -- Research -- British Columbia -- Sicamous Creek Region -- Congresses.

Edition Notes

StatementChris Hollstedt and Alan Vyse (editors).
SeriesWorking paper ;, 24/1997, Working paper (British Columbia. Ministry of Forests. Research Branch) ;, 1997/24.
ContributionsHollstedt, Chris., Vyse, Alan., Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project (B.C.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD538.3.C2 S55 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 283 p. :
Number of Pages283
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL316916M
LC Control Number97228734

Natural regeneration in spruce-dominated stands is seldom satisfactory in British Columbia. The present study was undertaken to identify pathogenic fungi residing in seedbeds in the ESSF and able to infect seed and seedlings of Engelmann spruce (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) and subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt.), and to estimate the frequency of infection of naturally shed.   The three sites are Sicamous Creek (50°49′N, °54′W) in the Hunters Range of the Shuswap Highlands, Adams Lake (51°20′N, °30′W) at the north end of Adams Lake, and Damfino Creek (49°52′N, °50′W) in the Okanagan Highlands. . Vyse A () The Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: how the project came to be and what it aims to accomplish. In: Hollstedt C, Vyse A. (Eds.) Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop proceedings, April 24–25, , Kamloops, Work Pap. 24/ In Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop Proceedings, April 24–25, , Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Edited by C. Hollstedt and A. Vyse. Research Branch, British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Victoria, British Columbia, Working Paper 24/ pp. .

  The third research site (the Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Trial, or SCSST) is located near Sicamous in the interior of British Columbia, in the Wet Cold subzone (ESSFwc) of the Engelmann Spruce—Subalpine Fir zone (Meidinger and Pojar, ). The site lies between and m elevation and is near the tree line. Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir forests. in.: Hollsted, C., and A. Vyse. (eds) Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop Proceedings. April , Kamloops. silviculture systems experiments, and the distribution ecology of arboreal lichens. Recent accomplishments include a book on inland rainforests, co-editor of a special issue.   The Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Trial was established in in the Engelmann Spruce – Subalpine Fir (ESSF) biogeoclimatic zone (Vyse, , Lloyd et al., ) of the southern interior of British Columbia. The overall objective of this thesis was to assess the influence of different clear-cut sizes on the survival of ectomycorrhizal fungi one and two growing seasons after logging. A comparative study involving a greenhouse bioassay and a survey of ectomycorrhizal roots from soil cores detected very different assemblages of the ectomycorrhizal fungal community one growing season after host.

Faunal biodiversity studies at Sicamous Creek: background and rationale for the choice of species indicator groups. Pages inC. Hollstedt and A. Vyse, editors. Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: workshop h Columbia Ministry of Forests Research Publication Number 24/, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Fahrig, L. Relative effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on population extinction. Journal of Wildlife Management Feller, M. Ecological Niches of seedling establishment in high elevation forests. In: Hollstedt, C, and A. Vyse. (eds). Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project. April , Workshop Proceedings. Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop proceedings. April , Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Research Branch, British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Victoria, B.C. Working Paper 24/ [key words: lichen assessment / Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir Zone / .

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We therefore chose harvesting treatments that would create a wide variety. The Sicamous Creek Project was established as part of the British Columbia Provincial Silvicultural Systems program in to investigate the effects of clearcutting and other practices on a high.

Is everything all right up there. A long-term interdisciplinary silvicultural systems project in a high elevation fir-spruce forest at Sicamous Creek, B.C Author: Vyse, A.

Source: Forestry chronicle v no.3 pp. ISSN: Subject. Kamloops - The Ministry of Forests, Kamloops Forest Region, developed the Opax Silvicultural Systems Research Area (northwest of Kamloops) and the Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Research Area (east of Salmon Arm) to investigate and demonstrate ecological, biological, and management issues while using a variety of silvicultural systems.

Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Research Project. For more information about the Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Research Project contact: Dr. Walt Klenner. [email protected] Ken Soneff. @ The Sicamous Creek silvicultural systems project includes studies of the response of many forest values to four site preparation treatments— mounding, burning, scalping, and no treatment—within five types of harvest treatments.

Initial results are presented for planted and natural regeneration of both tree species, soil properties. The Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: how the project came to be and what it aims to accomplish. In Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop Proceedings, 24–25 AprilKamloops, B.C.

Edited by C. Hollstedt and A. Vyse. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Research Branch, Victoria, B.C. Working Pap. 24/ Age and size structure of the forest at Sicamous Creek. In C. Hollstedt and A. Vyse (editors).

Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop Proceedings, April Vyse A () Is everything all right up there. A long-term interdisciplinary silvicultural systems project in a high elevation fir-spruce forest at Sicamous Creek BC. For Chron – Article Google Scholar Download references.

The Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems project examines clearcutting and silvicultural alternatives to clearcutting in high-elevation Engelmann spruce – subalpine fir (ESSF) forests, motivated by concerns about the effects of forestry practices on regeneration, hydrology, and biological diversity.

Advanced regeneration and seedling establishment in small cutblocks in high-elevation spruce-fir forest at Sicamous Creek, southern British Columbia. Can. For. Res. 35(8) Antos, J.A. and R. Parish. Structure and dynamics of a nearly steady-state subalpine forest in south-central British Columbia, Canada.

Oecologia (1) Abstract. A silvicultural systems trial has been established by Forestry Tasmania in the Warra Long-Term Ecological Research site in southern Tasmania to compare potentially feasible alternatives to the clearfell, burn and sow system used routinely in Tasmania’s wet eucalypt forest [].The purpose is to develop indicators of sustainability and to test silvicultural alternatives where habitat.

The Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project has fifteen ha units, with 3 replicates of 5 harvest treatments: ha clearcuts, arrays of 1-ha openings, arrays of ha patch cuts, individual tree selection and uncut controls.

For the present study. PDF | On Jan 1,J.E. Hickey and others published Rationale and design for the Warra silvicultural systems trial in wet Eucalyptus obliqua forests in Tasmania | Find, read and cite all the. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilized in any from or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, Ecosystem Dynamics and Silvicultural Systems in Interior Wet-belt ESSF and ICH Forests: The Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project.

Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems experimental site, showing the fifteen ha study units. Open area are uncut forest; shaded areas are individual tree selection; and solid areas are openings. The work was part of the multidisciplinary Sicamous Creek Silviculture Systems project in high-elevation Engelmann spruce-subalpine fir forest in southern British Columbia.

Spruce grouse in winter selected knolls and areas with dense, small and short trees, dense canopy cover, and exposed rock. The first was the Opax Mountain Silvicultural Systems Project area, located in a Douglas-fir-lodgepole pine forest in a warm and dry ecosystem in the interior of British Columbia.

The second was the Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project area located in a high-elevation cold, wet Engelmann spruce- subalpine fir forest. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This extension note describes some of the effects of timber harvesting on the soils at the Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project study site for the 5-year period since harvesting.

The study site is located in the essf zone near Sicamous, B.C. Five harvesting treatments were applied: no harvesting, single-tree. David J. Huggard's 21 research works with citations and 1, reads, including: Prey selectivity of wolves in Banff National Park.

Age, sex, and condition of elk. The Sicamous Creek Project was established as part of the British Columbia Provincial Silvicultural Systems program in to investigate the effects of clearcutting and other practices on a high elevation forested ecosystem.

This note summarizes edge effects for 21 ecosystem variables, including microclimate, soil chemistry, snow depth, windthrow, regeneration, vegetation, and animals, at the Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems project in a high-elevation ESSF forest.

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