Biodiversity Guidebook

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Forest Service, British Columbia, 1995 - Science - 99 pages
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Provides managers, planners and field staff with a recommended process for meeting biodiversity objectives - both landscape and stand level - as required under the Forest Practices Code.

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Biodiversity emphasis options
7
Designing forest ecosystem networks
53
Stand management to maintain biodiversity
60
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