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Stream temperature response to clearcut logging in the central interior of British Columbia

Eric Mellina

Stream temperature response to clearcut logging in the central interior of British Columbia

test of the predictive model developed by Mellina et al. (2002)

by Eric Mellina

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Published by Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water temperature -- British Columbia.,
  • Clearcutting -- Environmental aspects -- British Columbia.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEric Mellina.
    SeriesMountain Pine Beetle Initiative working paper -- 2006-08.
    ContributionsPacific Forestry Centre., Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative (Canada)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB1398.9.C2 M45 2006, GB1398.9.C2 M45 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16141590M

    Feller, M.C. and Kimmins, J.P. Effects of clearcutting and slash burning on streamwater chemistry and watershed nutrient budgets in southwestern British Columbia. Water Resources Research, Cited by: British Columbia Ministry of Water, Land, and Air Protection Presents environmental indicators for the purpose of guiding future planning efforts. These include 16 key indicators incorporating 64 separate measures highlighting the status and trends in environmental issues, as .

    British Columbia Minister of Forest and Lands, Land Management Rep Victoria, British Columbia. McNabb, D.H. Using soil tests to predict Douglas-fir response to nitrogen fertilizer. p. In: Regional Forest Nutrition Research Project, Report No. 2. British Columbia Ministry of Forests () Interior Watershed Assessment Guidebook (Appendix 8), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Google Scholar Bronstert A, Niehoff D, Bürger G () Effects of climate and land-use change on storm runoff generation: Present knowledge and modelling by:

      A JFSP Fire Science Exchange Network Bringing People Together & Sharing Knowledge in the Northern Rockies. Chatwin, S, Tschaplinski, P, McKinnon, G, Winfield, N, Goldberg, H and Scherer, R. Assessment of the condition of small fish-bearing streams in the central interior plateau of British Columbia in response to riparian practices implemented under the Forest Practices Code. BC Ministry of Forests. Working Paper 61/ FLNRO: report.


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Stream temperature response to clearcut logging in the central interior of British Columbia by Eric Mellina Download PDF EPUB FB2

We examined the temperature patterns of two subboreal outlet streams in north-central British Columbia for 1 year before and 3 years after clearcut logging and found only modest changes (averaging. Stream Temperature Patterns in British Columbia, Canada, Based on Routine Spot Measurements Article in Canadian Water Resources Journal 31(1) March with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

I examined stream habitat, and population and physiological stress responses of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) to streamside clear-cut logging.

Increased stream temperatures and sedimentation, and decreased habitat complexity (which have all been associated with streamside harvesting), could be stressful to stream-dwelling fish.

Winkler RD, Spittlehouse D, Boon S. Streamflow response to clearcut logging on British Columbia’s Okanagan rology, DOI/eco Stream temperature responses to clearcut logging in the central interior of British Columbia: test of the predictive model developed by Mellina et al.

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