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by J. A Muldrew

Author: J. A Muldrew
Language: English
Publisher: Northern Forest Research Centre, Canadian Forestry Service, Environment Canada (1984)
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Dispersal of Olesicampe benefactor and Mesochorus dimidiatus in Western Canada

Dispersal of Olesicampe benefactor and Mesochorus dimidiatus in Western Canada. Information Report NOR–X–258: 35 pp. Quednau, . Introduction, permanent establishment, and dispersal in eastern Canada of Olesicampe geniculatae Quednau and Lim (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), an important biological control agent of the mountain ash sawfly, Pristiphora geniculata (Hartig) (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). The Canadian Entomologist 122: 921–934.

Canada’s forest sector has a generally high capacity to meet forest management challenges through technical adaptations, due in part to the high levels of education and professionalism among forest managers. Technical and scientific capacity related specifically to climate change varies widely, however, and is generally low. Forest managers, planners and policy-makers often feel ill-equipped to evaluate, plan or implement a possible course of action related to climate change.

Public forest management has changed significantly over the last decades. New actors have come to play a significant part in the management and exploitation of the public forests. The provincial government encourages new initiatives coming from below, therefore changing the interscalar dynamics between the State as a guardian of public forest. and regional and local territories

A geographic information system (GIS) approach was used in conjunction with forest-plot data to develop an integrated .

A geographic information system (GIS) approach was used in conjunction with forest-plot data to develop an integrated moisture index (IMI), which was then. The IMI can be used to better manage forest resources where moisture is limiting and to predict how the resource will change under various forms of ecosystem management.

The Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA) reports on the status and trends of the world's forest resources. It is led by the Forestry Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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Canada's forests contain 13,908 million metric tons of carbon in living forest biomass. Biodiversity and Protected Areas: Canada has some 766 known species of amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles according to figures from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre

Canada's forests contain 13,908 million metric tons of carbon in living forest biomass. Biodiversity and Protected Areas: Canada has some 766 known species of amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles according to figures from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre. Of these, . % are endemic, meaning they exist in no other country, and . % are threatened. Canada is home to at least 3270 species of vascular plants, of which . % are endemic. of Canada is protected under IUCN categories I-V. The following contains data relating to forest cover in Canada.

Now Sumforest issued its first newsletter with more detailed information about the scope and objectives of Sumforest as well as an interview with the SNS-board member Liisa Saarenma, who represents the Finish partner, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MMM), in Sumforest.

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