Ecological Classification of Saskatchewan's Mid-boreal Ecoregions Using Resource Maps and Aerial Photographs
Northern Forestry Centre, Jan 1, 1999 - Nature - 83 pages
This work presents five aerial photo stereograms, representing landscape profiles of a wide range of ecological site conditions in the boreal mixedwood ecoregions of Saskatchewan. It describes procedures for identifying and mapping mixedwood ecosites.
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