Trench ER Research Library

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Is the Bioenergy Industry a Threat to ‘Natural’ Forests?

Categories: Bioenergy, fuel management, forest ingrowth, ecosystem restoration,

Author: Robert W. Gray

Sponsor: First Published in http://www.WoodBusiness.ca

Date: November, 2011

Location:

First Nations Perspectives on the Grasslands of the Interior of British Columbia

Categories: first nations, ecosystem restoration,

Author: MICHAEL D. BLACKSTOCK, RHONDA MCALLISTER

Sponsor: Journal of Ecological Anthropology

Date: 2004

Location: Southern Interior British Columbia

Buried Fire: Traditional Burning Practices of the Ktunaxa First Peoples

Categories: fire regimes, first nations, prescribed fire,

Author: Shirley Mah

Sponsor: Forest Renewal BC

Date: 1997

Location: Southeastern British Columbia

Relationship Between Vital Attributes of Ktunaxa Plants & Natural Disturbance Regimes in Southeast B

Categories: first nations, fire regimes, understory vegetation,

Author: Shirley Mah

Sponsor: University of British Columbia

Date: 2000

Location: Southeastern British Columbia

Human influence on landscape pattern in the Pacific Region: impacts of burning by First Nations and

Categories: fire regimes, first nations, prescribed fire,

Author: John Parminter

Sponsor: Research Branch, BC Ministry of Forests

Date: 1995

Location: Pacfic Northwest

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

Linking Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge and Western Science in Natural Resource Management

Categories: First Nations, Conferences

Author: Henry Michel, Donald V. Gayton

Sponsor: Southern Interior Forest Extension and Research Pa

Date: 2002

Location:

IDENTIFYING HUMAN IGNITED FIRES IN THE CENTRAL CANADIAN ROCKIES OVER THE LAST MILLENNIUM

Categories: First Nations, Fire Regimes

Author: Roderick J. Heitzmann

Sponsor:

Date: 2001

Location: British Columbia, Alberta

Aboriginal Overkill and Native Burning: Implications for Modern Ecosystem Management

Categories: First Nations, Ecosystem Restoration

Author: Charles E. Kay

Sponsor:

Date: 1995

Location: North America

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

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