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Background InformationTable of ContentsWelllllcome tollllScientia SilvicaExtension SeriesTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesPrintableList of Pamphlets1 Survival and Growth of Western Larch Seedlings in Relation to LightAvailability2 Site Index Curves and Table for Trembling Aspen in the Boreal Whiteand Black Spruce Zone of British Columbia3 Plant Diversity in Old-Growth and Second-Growth Stands in theCoastal Rainforests of British Columbia4 Forest Floor Dynamics Across a Chronosequence in the CoastalWestern Hemlock Zone5 Relationship of Site Index to Estimates of Soil Moisture and Nutrientsfor Western Redcedar in South Coastal British Columbia6 Regeneration Patterns in the Mountain Hemlock Zone7 Natural Regeneration on Clearcuts at the Lower Limit of the MountainHemlock Zone8 Nutrient and Biotic Properties of Mormoder and Leptomoder HumusForms in the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone9 Towards a Taxonomic Classification of Humus Forms: ThirdApproximationTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension Series10 The Distribution and Synopsis of Ecological and Silvical Characteristicsof Tree Species of British Columbia�s Forests11 Structure and Regeneration of Old-Growth Stands in the EngelmannSpruce - Subalpine Fir Zone12 Estimated Decrease in Productivity for Pacific Silver Fir as ElevationIncreases13 Climate � Radial Growth Relationships in Some Major Tree Species ofBritish Columbia14 Select CD: Computer Support System for Making Tree Species andReproduction Cutting Decisions in the Coastal Forest of BC15 Height Growth Curves and Site Index Tables for Subalpine Fir,Engelmann Spruce, and Lodgepole Pine in the ESSF Zone of B.C.16 A Comparison of Grand Fir and Douglas-fir Growth Performance in theElk River Tree Farm17 Trembling Aspen Site Index in Relation to Site Quality in NorthernBritish Columbia18 Testing Site Index - Site Factor Relationships for Predicting LodgepolePine and Interior Spruce Productivity in Central British ColumbiaTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension Series19 New Height Growth and Site Index Models for Pacific Silver Fir inSouthwestern British Columbia20 Pacific Silver Fir Site Index in Relation to Ecological Measures of SiteQuality21 Quantitative Characterization of Field-Estimated Soil Nutrient Regimesin the Subalpine Coastal Forest22 Quantitative Characterization of Field-Estimated Soil Nutrient Regimesin the Subalpine Interior Forest23 Relationships Between Site Index of Major Tree Species in the ESSFZone and Ecological Measures of Site Quality24 Quantitative Characterization of Field-Estimated Soil Nutrient Regimesin the Coastal Forest25 Towards a Quantitative Classification of Soil Nutrient Regimes inBritish Columbia: Comparison of Regional Studies26 Classification of Mid-seral Black Spruce Ecosystems of NorthernBritish Columbia27 Classification of Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in British ColumbiaTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension Series28 The Mountain Hemlock Zone of British Columbia: Classification,Vegetation - Environment Relationships, and Silvicultural Implications29 Classification of High-elevation, Non-forested Plant Communities inCoastal British Columbia30 Comparison of Soil Acidification and Intensity of PodzolizationBeneath Decaying Wood versus Non-woody Forest Floors in CoastalBritish Columbia31 Vegetation and Soil Nutrient Properties of Black Spruce and TremblingAspen Ecosystems in the Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone32 Species Diversity and Floristic Relationships of the UnderstoryVegetation in Black Spruce and Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in theBoreal Forest of British Columbia33 Height Growth Curves and Site Index Tables for Western Larch inBritish Columbia34 Forest Floor Nutrient Properties in Single- and Mixed-Species Standsof Western Hemlock and Western Redcedar35 The Structure of Single- and Mixed-Species, Second-Growth Stands ofWestern Hemlock and Western RedcedarTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension Series36 Investigation into the Productivity of Single- and Mixed-Species,Second-Growth Stands of Western Redcedar37 Relationships Between Coastal Douglas-fir Site Index and SynopticCategorical Measures of Site Quality38 Classification of Natural Forest Communities of Coastal BritishColumbia39 Predicting Site Index of Lodgepole Pine and Interior Spruce in theSub-boreal Spruce Zone40 Influence of Salal on Height Growth of Coastal Douglas-fir41 Western Larch Site Index in Relation to Ecological Measures of SiteQuality42 Regeneration, Growth and Productivity of Trees Within Gaps of Old-Growth Forests on the Outer Coast (CWHvh2) of British Columbia43 Trembling Aspen Site Index in Relation to Environmental Measures ofSite Quality44 Does Coastal Western Hemlock Respond to Fertilization?Table ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension Series45 Survival and Growth of Planted Seedlings on Woody and Non-WoodyForest Floor Substrates in High and Low Light Environments ofCoastal British Columbia46 The Association Between Western Hemlock Fine Roots and Woodyversus Non-Woody Forest Floor Substrates in Coastal British ColumbiaTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesFull reportsClassification of Mid-seral Black Spruce Ecosystems of NorthernBritish ColumbiaClassification of Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in British ColumbiaThe Mountain Hemlock Zone of British Columbia: Classification,Vegetation - Environment Relationships, and Silvicultural ImplicationsClassification of High-elevation, Non-forested Plant Communities inCoastal British ColumbiaNOTE: These reports vary in size from 8 to 22 Megabytes. For bestresults we suggest copying them to your hard drive.Table ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesAage 11Alaska yellow-cedar 6 7 42amplitude 10AT 29autecology 10Bbiomass 1 45black spruce 26 31 32blueberry 7BWBS 2 17 26 27 31 32 43CCD-ROM 10 14classification 9 10 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 38clearcut 4   7climate 13 19 43coarse woody debris 11 30 45 46coastal BC 14 38 45CWH 3 4 5 8 1216192024253034 35 36 37 40 42 44 46KEY WORDS EXTENSION SERIES NUMBERPrintableList of KeywordsTable ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesDdendrochronology 13diagnostic horizon 9diameter 11 16diameter distribution 35diversity 3 4 26 27 28 29 32Douglas-fir 13 16 37 40 45Eecosystem  classification 26 27 28 29 38elevation 12 13 43Engelmann spruce 11 15 22 23ESSF 11 13 15 19 20 22 23 25Ffertilization 44foliar nutrients 37 40 44forest floor 48911344546forest productivity 2 5 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 262730313336373940414243 44forest regeneration 6 7Table ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesGgap dynamics 6 42grand fir 16Hheight 11 16height distribution 35height growth model2193315humus form 4 8 9 30 31 32 34 40 46hypermaritime 42IICH 1 27334143IDF 1 1327334143interior spruce 18 39Kkey 9Llight 1 42 45lodgepole pine 13 15 18 23 39 42Table ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesMmanagement 28MH 6 7 1213192125282930mixed-species stands 34 35 36mountain hemlock 6 7 28MS 1 27334143Nnon-forested communities 29nutrients 32Oold-growth 11 42PPacific silver fir 6 7 12 13 19 20 21 45parkland 29plant diversity 3 32plant orders 38podzolization 30productivity 28Table ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension SeriesRrange maps 10regeneration 11 42root biomass 46Ssalal 40SBPS 27SBS 13 18 26 27 32 39 43 25shade tolerance 1silvics 10single-species stands 34 35 36site classification 14site index 5 12 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 37 3940 41 43site index model 2 15 19 33site quality 3 5 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 30 31 32 34 37 39 40 41 4344 46Sitka spruce 42snow 6 11 29soil fauna 4 8soil nutrient regime 21 22 24 25soil nutrients 4 8 21 22 24 25 30 31 34 37 4044 45 46Table ofContentsList of PamphletsSearch by KeyWordsList of Full ReportsScientia Silvica Extension Seriessoil nutrients 4 8 21 22 24 25 30 31 34 37 40 4445 46stand structure 6 7 11 35 42stem analysis 2 15 19subalpine fir 6 11 13 15 22 23succession 3 4Ttree ring 13tree-island model 6trembling aspen 2 17 27 31 32 43Uunderstory vegetation 3 31 32Vvegetation 26 27 28 38visuals 14volume 16 36Wwestern hemlock 5673435364244546western larch 1 33 41western redcedar 5 34 35 36 42wood properties 13BackgroundIntroductionFunding SourceWeb SiteScientia Silvica Extension SeriesContactInformationScientia Silvica extension series was started in1997 by Karel Klinka, a silvics professor at theUniversity of British Columbia. He saw the needfor a friendly way of distributing current researchresults to the forestry community.  Each extensionpamphlet represents a 2-4 page summary ofresearch findings in the field of forest ecology.Topics range from humus form and ecosystemclassification to forest productivity, regeneration,stand structure, soil nutrient regimes, coarsewoody debris, and plant diversity.  Included ineach summary is a reference to the moretechnical original report or scientific paper andcontact information for those who wish furtherinformation. Also included in the series areseveral full colour comprehensive reports onecosystem classification.BackgroundIntroductionFunding SourceWeb SiteScientia Silvica Extension SeriesContactInformationScientia Silvica Extension Series is also accessibleon the web. New pamphlets will be available fordownload and if you copy this CD-ROM to yourhard drive you can update the contents throughthe website. The website also containsinformation on other research reports andextension materials, such as SELECT-CD, acomputer support system for making tree speciesand reproduction cutting decisions in the CoastalForest of British Columbia.      www.forestry.ubc.ca/klinkaBackgroundIntroductionFunding SourceWeb SiteScientia Silvica Extension SeriesContactInformationForest Renewal British Columbia provided thefunding for creating this CD-ROM and updatingthe website.Funding for the individual research projects isacknowleged directly in the pamphlets.FORESTRENEWAL BCBackgroundIntroductionFunding SourceWeb SiteScientia Silvica Extension SeriesContactInformationFor more information contact:Dr. Karel KlinkaForest Sciences DepartmentUniversity of British Columbia3036- 2424 Main MallVancouver  BC  V6T 1Z4phone: (604) 822-3047email: klinka@interchange.ubc.ca

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