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Biodiversity Publications Catalogue

Landscape Ecology - General

Applied Landscape Ecology: A Summary of Approaches

Compares four conceptual models developed to relate the principles of landscape ecology to land use and resource management and highlights the similarities and differences between the landscape approaches.

P.W. Daigle; 2000; 14 pp.; ISBN 0-9686-5410-X; technical; proceedings, In: Ecosystem Management of Forested Landscapes: Directions and Implementations; R. D'Eon, J.F. Johnson, A. Ferguson, eds.; Oct. 26-28, 1998, Nelson, B.C.; $40.00; confirm price; proceedings available from:
UBC PRESS OR LOCAL BOOKSTORES

Arriving at Remedial Measures: Rangeland Health Brochure 2

Describes the remedial measures process used by resource managers to make well-informed resource management decisions.

2002; 18 pp.; MoF; Forest Practices Branch; non-technical; brochure; $1.50; confirm price; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7610001753 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/bro/bro69.pdf

Completing the Picture—Managing and Conserving Biodiversity through Landscape Unit Planning

Focuses on how landscape level biodiversity is conserved and managed through land use zoning, the Protected Areas Strategy, the Forest Practices Code, and landscape unit planning.

MoF; 1998; 6 pp.; Forest Practices Branch; non-technical; brochure; $1.00; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7610000468

Ecosystem Management of Forest Landscapes: Directions and Implementations

A collection of 26 papers from a conference developed by Slocan Forest Products and Kokanee Consulting, with asssistance from UBC. Some of the papers presented: natural disturbances, management tools, techniques and approaches for managing forested landscapes.

R. D'Eon, J. Johnson, A. Ferguson, eds.; 2000; 342 pp.; ISBN 0-9686-5410-X; technical; book, $40.00; confirm price; available from:
UBC PRESS OR LOCAL BOOKSTORES

Evaluation of Extension Notes on Landscape Ecology: A Survey of Ministry of Forests Planners

Audience preferences for content, design, length and distribution method are described.

P. Daigle; 2000; 11 pp.; MoF, Forestry Division Services Branch; technical; Working Paper 49; $5.00, confirm price; available from:
CROWN PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 049-WP049 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Wp/Wp49.pdf

How Much Habitat Is Enough?—Assessing the Risk

Examines the potential for using wildlife species that dwell in mature forest, are territorial, and have moderate home range sizes to assess the relative impact of landscape management decisions on biodiversity.

D. Steventon; 1995; 4 pp.; MoF, Research Program; technical; Extension Note 5; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
PRINCE RUPERT FOREST REGION; ORDER CODE: EN 05

Landscape Analysis and Design

This video was developed during a “New Concepts in Ecosystem Management” workshop at Cowichan Lake, BC. Discusses concepts related to ecosystem management, landscape level analysis and design, desired future conditions, and planning tools.

N. Diaz; 1996; US Forest Service, MoF, Research Program, Washington State University, and US Bureau of Land Management; technical; video; $14.00; confirm price; available from:
VAUGHN COMMUNICATIONS; ORDER CODE: L86765

Landscape Ecology and Connectivity

Defines and describes the ecological principles underlying the concept of connectivity, its role and importance in maintaining the structural integrity of landscapes, and its applications at the landscape level.

R. Dawson; 1997; 9 pp.; Research Program; technical; Extension Note 15; $8.82; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7610000180 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/docs/en/en15.htm

Landscape Ecology, Ecosystem Management and Landscape Design: Theory and Application to Forest Planning

Summarizes the background of current developments in forest planning and the reasons for including ecosystem management principles into the planning framework.

N. Barton; 1994; 32 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-2495-X; MoF, Forest Practices Branch; technical; $3.36; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7680000069

Management Concepts for Landscape Ecology

Provides an overview of the hierarchy of planning scales and the role of the historical range of variability in determining landscape design objectives.

P. Daigle, R. Dawson; 1996; 7 pp.; MoF, Research Program; technical; Extension Note 7; $1.08; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7610000193 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/docs/en/en07.htm

Overview of Landscape Processes, Wildlife and Fisheries Linkages, and Operational Applications

This video was developed during a “New Concepts in Ecosystem Management” Workshop at Cowichan Lake, B. C. Explains landscape scale biological and physical processes and land water connections.

J. Franklin, W. Klenner, D.L. Hogan; 1996; US Forest Service, MoF, Research Program, Washington State University, and US Bureau of Land Management; technical; video; $14.00; confirm price; available from:
VAUGHN COMMUNICATIONS; ORDER CODE: L86761

Seral Stages across Forested Landscapes: Relationships to Biodiversity

Defines succession and seral stages, and discusses the evolving views of ecosystem dynamics and succession theory, the role of disturbances in forest development, and the influence of different seral stages on biodiversity.

H. K. Yearsley, J. Parminter; 1998; 8 pp.; Research Program; technical; Extension Note 18; $1.28; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7610000411 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/docs/en/en18.htm

Spatial Patterns and Landscape Ecology: Implications for Biodiversity

Defines and describes spatial patterns their ecology and underlying processes and examines the application of these concepts to landscape level planning.

M. Eng; 1997; 9 pp.; Research Program; technical; Extension Note 14; $8.61; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7610000178 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/docs/en/en14.htm

Spatial Patterns in Forested Landscapes: Implications for Biology and Forestry

M.A. Eng; 1998; 33pp.; MoF, Research Branch; technical; chapter, IN: Conservation Biology Principles for Forested Landscapes; J. Voller, S. Harrison, eds; available from:
UBC PRESS OR LOCAL BOOKSTORES

 

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