Using Environmental Assessment to Evaluate Forest Land Use Alternatives in British ColumbiaMicroform - 1986
One of the more pressing resource management problems in British Columbia is the allocation of forest land between competing uses. This study examines the technical evaluation of alternative uses in environmental impact assessment (EIA) to reach land allocation decisions. A review of evaluative techniques commonly used by provincial agencies to assess resource use was conducted, along with a review of the use of cost-benefit analysis. A case study of the West Coast Trail is used to apply the methods.
Publisher: Hull, Que. : Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council, 1986
Description: 69 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 93-05362