An Annotated Bibliography of the Carnation Creek Fish-forestry Project
1970 to 1988Microform - 1988
In 1970, Carnation Creek, a small west coast watershed located on Vancouver Island, was selected for an interagency study to assess the effects of forest practices, including logging, prescribed burning, reforestation and herbicide use on salmonid production and to partition these effects from natural variability caused by factors such as climate, streamflow and nutrient availability. The project continues to the present, and was undertaken in 3 phases: pre-logging from 1970-75; active logging from 1976-81; and post-logging from 1982 to the present. This bibliography contains 147 articles and research papers produced by participants in the project. Article citations are listed alphabetically and include abstracts where available. In addition, manuscripts approved for publication to the date of this document are listed by contribution number.
Publisher: Nanaimo, B.C. : Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans, Biological Sciences Branch, Pacific Biological Station, 1988
Description: 35 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 89-02360