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Background Information Table of Contents Welcome tol Scientia  Silvica Extension Series Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series Printable List of Pamphlets 1 Survival and Growth of Western Larch Seedlings in Relation to Light Availability 2 Site Index Curves and Table for Trembling Aspen in the Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone of British Columbia 3 Plant Diversity in Old-Growth and Second-Growth Stands in the Coastal Rainforests of British Columbia 4 Forest Floor Dynamics Across a Chronosequence in the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone 5 Relationship of Site Index to Estimates of Soil Moisture and Nutrients for Western Redcedar in South Coastal British Columbia 6 Regeneration Patterns in the Mountain Hemlock Zone 7 Natural Regeneration on Clearcuts at the Lower Limit of the Mountain Hemlock Zone 8 Nutrient and Biotic Properties of Mormoder and Leptomoder Humus Forms in the Coastal Western Hemlock Zone 9 Towards a Taxonomic Classification of Humus Forms: Third Approximation Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series 10 The Distribution and Synopsis of Ecological and Silvical Characteristics of Tree Species of British Columbia’s Forests 11 Structure and Regeneration of Old-Growth Stands in the Engelmann Spruce - Subalpine Fir Zone 12 Estimated Decrease in Productivity for Pacific Silver Fir as Elevation Increases 13 Climate – Radial Growth Relationships in Some Major Tree Species of British Columbia 14 Select CD: Computer Support System for Making Tree Species and Reproduction Cutting Decisions in the Coastal Forest of BC 15 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 the Elk River Tree Farm 17 Trembling Aspen Site Index in Relation to Site Quality in Northern British Columbia 18 Testing Site Index - Site Factor Relationships for Predicting Lodgepole Pine and Interior Spruce Productivity in Central British Columbia Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series 19 New Height Growth and Site Index Models for Pacific Silver Fir in Southwestern British Columbia 20 Pacific Silver Fir Site Index in Relation to Ecological Measures of Site Quality 21 Quantitative Characterization of Field-Estimated Soil Nutrient Regimes in the Subalpine Coastal Forest 22 Quantitative Characterization of Field-Estimated Soil Nutrient Regimes in the Subalpine Interior Forest 23 Relationships Between Site Index of Major Tree Species in the ESSF Zone and Ecological Measures of Site Quality 24 Quantitative Characterization of Field-Estimated Soil Nutrient Regimes in the Coastal Forest 25 Towards a Quantitative Classification of Soil Nutrient Regimes in British Columbia: Comparison of Regional Studies 26 Classification of Mid-seral Black Spruce Ecosystems of Northern British Columbia 27 Classification of Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in British Columbia Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series 28 The Mountain Hemlock Zone of British Columbia: Classification, Vegetation - Environment Relationships, and Silvicultural Implications 29 Classification of High-elevation, Non-forested Plant Communities in Coastal British Columbia 30 Comparison of Soil Acidification and Intensity of Podzolization Beneath Decaying Wood versus Non-woody Forest Floors in Coastal British Columbia 31 Vegetation and Soil Nutrient Properties of Black Spruce and Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in the Boreal White and Black Spruce Zone 32 Species Diversity and Floristic Relationships of the Understory Vegetation in Black Spruce and Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in the Boreal Forest of British Columbia 33 Height Growth Curves and Site Index Tables for Western Larch in British Columbia 34 Forest Floor Nutrient Properties in Single- and Mixed-Species Stands of Western Hemlock and Western Redcedar 35 The Structure of Single- and Mixed-Species, Second-Growth Stands of Western Hemlock and Western Redcedar Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series 36 Investigation into the Productivity of Single- and Mixed-Species, Second-Growth Stands of Western Redcedar 37 Relationships Between Coastal Douglas-fir Site Index and Synoptic Categorical Measures of Site Quality 38 Classification of Natural Forest Communities of Coastal British Columbia 39 Predicting Site Index of Lodgepole Pine and Interior Spruce in the Sub-boreal Spruce Zone 40 Influence of Salal on Height Growth of Coastal Douglas-fir 41 Western Larch Site Index in Relation to Ecological Measures of Site Quality 42 Regeneration, Growth and Productivity of Trees Within Gaps of Old- Growth Forests on the Outer Coast (CWHvh2) of British Columbia 43 Trembling Aspen Site Index in Relation to Environmental Measures of Site Quality 44 Does Coastal Western Hemlock Respond to Fertilization? Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series 45 Survival and Growth of Planted Seedlings on Woody and Non-Woody Forest Floor Substrates in High and Low Light Environments of Coastal British Columbia 46 The Association Between Western Hemlock Fine Roots and Woody versus Non-Woody Forest Floor Substrates in Coastal British Columbia Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series Full reports Classification of Mid-seral Black Spruce Ecosystems of Northern British Columbia Classification of Trembling Aspen Ecosystems in British Columbia The Mountain Hemlock Zone of British Columbia: Classification, Vegetation - Environment Relationships, and Silvicultural Implications Classification of High-elevation, Non-forested Plant Communities in Coastal British Columbia NOTE: These reports vary in size from 8 to 22 Megabytes. For best results we suggest copying them to your hard drive. Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series A age 11 Alaska yellow-cedar 6 7 42 amplitude 10 AT 29 autecology 10 B biomass 1 45 black spruce 26 31 32 blueberry 7 BWBS 2 17 26 27 31 32 43 C CD-ROM 10 14 classification 9 10 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 38 clearcut 4   7 climate 13 19 43 coarse woody debris 11 30 45 46 coastal BC 14 38 45 CWH 3 4 5 8 12 16 19 20 24 25 30 34 35 36 37 40 42 44 46 KEY WORDS EXTENSION SERIES NUMBER Printable List of Keywords Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series D dendrochronology 13 diagnostic horizon 9 diameter 11 16 diameter distribution 35 diversity 3 4 26 27 28 29 32 Douglas-fir 13 16 37 40 45 E ecosystem  classification 26 27 28 29 38 elevation 12 13 43 Engelmann spruce 11 15 22 23 ESSF 11 13 15 19 20 22 23 25 F fertilization 44 foliar nutrients 37 40 44 forest floor 4 8 9 11 34 45 46 forest productivity 2 5 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 26 27 30 31 33 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 forest regeneration 6 7 Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series G gap dynamics 6 42 grand fir 16 H height 11 16 height distribution 35 height growth model 2 19 33 15 humus form 4 8 9 30 31 32 34 40 46 hypermaritime 42 I ICH 1 27 33 41 43 IDF 1 13 27 33 41 43 interior spruce 18 39 K key 9 L light 1 42 45 lodgepole pine 13 15 18 23 39 42 Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series M management 28 MH 6 7 12 13 19 21 25 28 29 30 mixed-species stands 34 35 36 mountain hemlock 6 7 28 MS 1 27 33 41 43 N non-forested communities 29 nutrients 32 O old-growth 11 42 P Pacific silver fir 6 7 12 13 19 20 21 45 parkland 29 plant diversity 3 32 plant orders 38 podzolization 30 productivity 28 Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series R range maps 10 regeneration 11 42 root biomass 46 S salal 40 SBPS 27 SBS 13 18 26 27 32 39 43 25 shade tolerance 1 silvics 10 single-species stands 34 35 36 site classification 14 site index 5 12 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 37 39 40 41 43 site index model 2 15 19 33 site quality 3 5 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 34 37 39 40 41 43 44 46 Sitka spruce 42 snow 6 11 29 soil fauna 4 8 soil nutrient regime 21 22 24 25 soil nutrients 4 8 21 22 24 25 30 31 34 37 40 44 45 46 Table of Contents List of Pamphlets Search by Key Words List of Full Reports Scientia Silvica Extension Series soil nutrients 4 8 21 22 24 25 30 31 34 37 40 44 45 46 stand structure 6 7 11 35 42 stem analysis 2 15 19 subalpine fir 6 11 13 15 22 23 succession 3 4 T tree ring 13 tree-island model 6 trembling aspen 2 17 27 31 32 43 U understory vegetation 3 31 32 V vegetation 26 27 28 38 visuals 14 volume 16 36 W western hemlock 5 6 7 34 35 36 42 44 45 46 western larch 1 33 41 western redcedar 5 34 35 36 42 wood properties 13 Background Introduction Funding Source Web Site Scientia Silvica Extension Series Contact Information Scientia Silvica extension series was started in 1997 by Karel Klinka, a silvics professor at the University of British Columbia. He saw the need for a friendly way of distributing current research results to the forestry community.  Each extension pamphlet represents a 2-4 page summary of research findings in the field of forest ecology. Topics range from humus form and ecosystem classification to forest productivity, regeneration, stand structure, soil nutrient regimes, coarse woody debris, and plant diversity.  Included in each summary is a reference to the more technical original report or scientific paper and contact information for those who wish further information. Also included in the series are several full colour comprehensive reports on ecosystem classification. Background Introduction Funding Source Web Site Scientia Silvica Extension Series Contact Information Scientia Silvica Extension Series is also accessible on the web. New pamphlets will be available for download and if you copy this CD-ROM to your hard drive you can update the contents through the website. The website also contains information on other research reports and extension materials, such as SELECT-CD, a computer support system for making tree species and reproduction cutting decisions in the Coastal Forest of British Columbia.       www.forestry.ubc.ca/klinka Background Introduction Funding Source Web Site Scientia Silvica Extension Series Contact Information Forest Renewal British Columbia provided the funding for creating this CD-ROM and updating the website. Funding for the individual research projects is acknowleged directly in the pamphlets. FOREST RENEWAL BC Background Introduction Funding Source Web Site Scientia Silvica Extension Series Contact Information For more information contact: Dr. Karel Klinka Forest Sciences Department University of British Columbia 3036- 2424 Main Mall Vancouver  BC  V6T 1Z4 phone: (604) 822-3047 email: klinka@interchange.ubc.ca

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