Range Effectiveness Evaluations, 2004

Range Effectiveness Evaluations, 2004

Part 2, An Evaluation of Rangeland Health and Effectiveness of Plant Residue in Protecting Resource Values

Microform - 2005
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"A Ministry of Forests team evaluated a number of representative Range Act agreement areas in four forest districts during September and October of 2004. Agreements with range use plans approved after December 31, 2000 were given priority. Key areas, selected to be indicative of management and level of use, within primary range were evaluated. Eighty-six sites were visited and the following data collected and analyzed: rangeland health (functionality), stubble heights, visual obscurity, browse utilization and form class, current and desired plant communities (seral stage), and invasive plant species."--Document.
Publisher: [Victoria] : Forest Service, British Columbia, [2005]
Description: iii, 31 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 2009-02661
Additional Contributors: British Columbia

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