Enhancing forest inventories with mountain pine beetle infestation information / [by] M. A. Wulder ... [et al.]. : Fo143-3/2005-18E-PDF
This study is part of a series of research papers that explore the biological, social, and economic aspects of British Columbia’s mountain pine beetle epidemic. The papers are meant to inform the work of forest managers and government policy makers and to provide valuable information to sawmills, wood product manufacturers, and other participants in Canada’s timber industry. Includes photographs, maps, data tables, and references.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Canadian Forest Service.|
|Title||Enhancing forest inventories with mountain pine beetle infestation information / [by] M. A. Wulder ... [et al.].|
|Series title||Mountain Pine Beetle working paper2005-18|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Note(s)||(Résumé en français.)|
|Publishing information||Natural Resources Canada. 2005.|
|Description||28p.figs., map, references, tables, photographs|
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|Subject terms|| Animals |
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