2 edition of Terrestrial and wetland ecosites of northwestern Ontario found in the catalog.
Terrestrial and wetland ecosites of northwestern Ontario
|Statement||by G.D. Racey ... [et al.]|
|Series||NWST field guide -- FG-02|
|Contributions||Racey, G. D., Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 94, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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system for northwestern Ontario (Sims et al. ). Individual boreal mixedwood eco-sites (ES), soil (S) types, and vegetation (V) types for northwestern. Ontario are identified and described. The Ecological Framework for. Managing Boreal Mixedwood. Sites in Ontario. Climate, landform, soil, and species composition are. The ecosites consist of combinations of finer vegetation types from the wetland survey of Harris et al. () and the Ecosystem Classification for Northwestern Ontario (Sims et al. ). For each life form, the first number is the highest number of species found in a sample plot (plot size for forested type 10 ⫻ 10 m, for open types 5 ⫻ 5.
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Terrestrial and wetland ecosites of northwestern Ontario. Thunder Bay, Ont.: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Northwest Science & Technology, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G D Racey; Ontario.
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A guide to translate northwestern Ontario ecosites into “Ecosites of Ontario” These are Preliminary Draft factsheets summarizing vegetation communities for terrestrial and wetland treed conditions which include all revised Treed Vegetation types for the Boreal portion of Ontario.
work on revising the ELC for Ontario has occurred. Location The location of the study is north-western Ontario, Canada. Methods Annual, systematic survey data for breeding waterfowl are available from the s to the present for north-western.
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The ecosite phase or wetland type was also classified for each stand, and the plant community type was described (following classifications in Beckingham and Archibald, and Vitt et al., ).
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November 8, Book review/ Two Mountain Floras from Washington and Oregon - No. SUBMISSIONS The International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning is a refereed journal. In order to be acceptable for publication submissions must describe advances made in one or more of the topics listed on the right or others .Ordination diagrams for a) central Ontario, b) northeastern Ontario and c) northwestern Ontario, highlighting ecosites in which tolerant hardwoods, mid-tolerant hardwoods and/or hemlock dominate.
Following is a listing of the ecosites presented in FIGUREwith general descriptions of vegetation, distribution and climate: Central Ontario.stretch from the southern tip of James Bay near the Quebec‐Ontario border to central and northern Alberta (Smith b). Though anthropologists and historians once widely believed the Western Woods Cree moved westward from Hudson’s Bay as a result of the fur trade (JennessYerbury ), this has been.