This project charts the history of adaptive forest management in the Hinton area since the 1950s.
A sweeping story of the region, peppered with fascinating anecdotes and historical photographs.
The Forest History Program explores an overgrown, but not forgotten, episode in forestry.
Advancing Harvest System and Silvicultural Practices for Improved Woodland Caribou and Fibre Outcomes
This 3-year study will evaluate the potential of new forest management practices to benefit both woodland caribou and growth and yield.
Analysis and improvement of linear features to increase caribou functional habitat in west-central and north-western Alberta
This project uses direct and indirect methods to determine how caribou respond to linear features at different stages of re-vegetation.
Analysis and restoration of seismic cutlines in Southern Mountain and Boreal caribou range in west-central Alberta
Starting in 2013, this project is looking at how caribou and wolf behaviour is related to cutlines.
A collaboration between the Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program and the University of British Columbia.
Collecting baseline health data for Alberta caribou herds.
This project will gather data on the disease and parasites carried by moose, deer, and elk to determine the risk of transmission to caribou.
Assessing the effectiveness of Alberta's forest management strategies against the mountain pine beetle
A decade of effort and $300M: how did we do?
Beyond Beetle: Natural and facilitated lodgepole pine regeneration after mountain pine beetle outbreaks in Alberta
What will happen to stands after mountain pine beetle infestations?
This demonstration project studies the degree to which the local biota respond to historical disturbance patterns