Field Guide to Ecosites of the Mid-Boreal Ecoregions of Saskatchewan (Special Report (Canadian Forest Service), 6)
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Field Guide to Ecosites of the Mid-Boreal Ecoregions of Saskatchewan (Special Report (Canadian Forest Service), 6) by J. D. Beckingham

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Published by Univ of British Columbia Pr .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forestry & silviculture: practice & techniques,
  • Plant ecology,
  • Forest Ecology,
  • Nature/Ecology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatRing-bound
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11027578M
ISBN 100660163888
ISBN 109780660163888
OCLC/WorldCa36037135

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Field guide to ecosites of the mid-boreal ecoregions of Saskatchewan. [Edmonton, Alta.]: Canadian Forest Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.   Click here to view ebook ?book=X. Ecosites of the Mid-Boreal Ecoregions of Saskatchewan. An ecological classification system was developed for the mid-boreal ecoregions of Saskatchewan through the analysis of vegetation, soil, site, and forest productivity information. Ecological classification of Saskatchewan's mid-boreal ecoregions using resource maps and aerial photographs. Procedures are described to identify and map mixedwood ecosites using five sources of existing information including: ecoregion maps, an ecological classification field guide, forest inventory maps, soil survey maps and.

The forest ecosystems of Saskatchewan are represented at the site level with 81 ecosites that span Saskatchewan's four ecozones: Taiga Shield, Boreal Shield, Boreal Plain and Prairie. Field sampling provided the raw data upon which the ecosite classification was built. Mid-Boreal Upland: This mid-boreal ecoregion occurs as 10 separate, mostly upland areas, south of the Canadian Shield, stretching from north-central Alberta to southwestern Manitoba. It includes remnants of the Alberta Plateau in Alberta, several prominent uplands known locally as the Thickwood, Pasquia, and Porcupine hills in Saskatchewan, and. ecoregions, ecosites and communities of the Prairie Ecozone of Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Rangeland Ecosystems is a series of publications in a three-ring binder format. Publication 1 presents the classification of ecoregions and ecosites, and gives detailed guidelines for identifying ecosites.   Additional Resources: HABISask: Online Mapping Application that can be used to view ecoregions on an interactive ions can be found in the map layers under the "Ecological Classification" group. Government of Saskatchewan ArcGIS REST Service: access the ecoregions map layer in ArcGIS or Google Earth.. Ecoregions of Saskatchewan: University of Saskatchewan - .

Field Guide to Ecosites of Southwestern Alberta. Grazing management; One of a series of field guides for ecosystems in Alberta. (Others include: Forest Ecosystems of West-central Alberta, mid-boreal ecoregions of Saskatchewan, Northern Alberta, and West-central Alberta.) As with all books in the series, an ecological classification system. Ecosites of the Mid-Boreal Ecoregions of Saskatchewan. Price: $ Edible and Medicinal Plants of Canada. Price: $ Field Guide to Ecosites of Northern Alberta. Price: $ Field Guide to Ecosites of Southwestern Alberta. Price: $ Field Guide to Ecosites . He is co-author of the Field Guide to Ecosites of the Mid-Boreal Ecoregions of Saskatchewan while collaborating on other field guides in this series (Northern, West-Central and Southwestern Alberta guides) and has experience working with and adapting forest site classification systems from British Columbia and Ontario. Field Guide to Ecosites of the Mid-Boreal Ecoregions of Saskatchewan Product Information If you have a question regarding this product that isn't answered on Brand: No Title.