Trench ER Research Library

The ER Research Library is a comprehensive collection of downloadable documents covering most aspects of ecosystem restoration in the Rocky Mountain Trench. See categories and sample keywords in the column at right. Most materials date from 1950 to the present, with a few maps dating from the 1930s and 1940s. Most of the Library's documents are directly concerned with the East Kootenay, although some relevant articles and studies from outside the region are included.The Library will be updated as often as new materials become available.


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An Evaluation of Rangeland Health & Effectiveness of Plant Residue in Protecting Resource Values

Categories: monitoring, planning, range inventory, understory vegetation,

Author: Doug Fraser

Sponsor: BC Ministry of Forests

Date: 2005

Location: British Columbia

An Investigation of Fire History and Forest Dynamics and Their Impact on Wildfire Hazard in McLeary

Categories: Fire Regimes, Wildfire

Author: RW Gray, J Nesbitt, L Daniels

Sponsor: City of Cranbrook

Date: 2009

Location: Cranbrook

AN INVESTIGATION OF FIRE HISTORY IN THE LOWER GOLD/JOSEPH CREEK WATERSHED

Categories: Fire Regimes, Wildfire

Author: RW Gray, LD Daniels

Sponsor:

Date: 2007

Location: Cranbrook

AN UPDATE OF VEGETATION CHANGE FOLLOWING BURNING AND/OR THINNING 1995-2005

Categories: Monitoring Protocols, Ecosystem Restoration

Author: Gail M. Berg

Sponsor: Rocky Mountain Forest District

Date: 2005

Location: East Kootenay

Analyses of Funnel Trap Catches at the Tata Creek Underburn Trial for 1998

Categories: Birds, Prescribed Fire

Author: Ian Wilson

Sponsor:

Date: 1999

Location: East Kootenay

Analyses of Funnel Trap Catches at the Tata Creek Underburn Trial for 1999

Categories: birds, monitoring

Author: Ian Wilson

Sponsor:

Date: 2000

Location: East Kootenay

Analysis of East Kootenay Rocky Mountain Bighorn Ram Harvest 1975-1987

Categories: Bighorn Sheep, Airphotos

Author: Peter W. Davidson

Sponsor:

Date: 1988

Location: East Kootenay

Archaeological Overview Assessment of the Waldo North Grassland Restoration Demonstration Project

Categories: Archaeology, Operations

Author: Wayne T. Choquette

Sponsor:

Date: 2005

Location: East Kootenay

ARE LIGHTNING FIRES UNNATURAL? A COMPARISON OF ABORIGINAL AND LIGHTNING IGNITION RATES IN THE UNITED

Categories: First Nations, Fire Regimes

Author: Charles E. Kay

Sponsor:

Date: 2007

Location: USA

Ask your neighbour: a tale of two plots Spatial variation in historic fire regimes of southeastern B

Categories: Fire Regimes, Planning

Author: J Cochrane, L Daniels

Sponsor: Tree Ring Lab, University of British Columbia

Date: 2007

Location: East Kootenay

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Sample keywords: biodiversity, climate, conflict, dendrochronology, forage, forest cover, fuel management, grasslands, grazing, habitat, harvesting, history, natural disturbance, non-native plants, plant communities, species at risk, soils, stand management, thinning, treatments

Categories: airphotos, air quality, archaeology, badgers, bighorn sheep, birds, cattle, conferences, ecosystem restoration, elk, fire regimes, first nations, forest ingrowth, maps, monitoring, operations, photos, planning, prescribed fire, range inventory, strategy & progress, understory vegetation, wildfire, wildlife, wildlife trees