Quicknote providing an update on Integrated Industry Access Plan and collection of inventories of linear disturbances found using remote sensing.
Publications & Multimedia
Note on results of first five growing seasons of the FGYA's research plot clusters installed and planted for the regenerated lodgepole pine project.
Note on the FGYA proposed project "Monitoring and Decision Support for Forest Management in a Mountain Pine Beetle Environment."
Healthy Landscapes Program QuickNote #43: Disturbance Event Patterns--Alberta Foothills vs. Saskatchewan
Note on differences in the internal structure (number and size of patches) between Alberta foothills and Saskatchewan wildfires.
Healthy Landscapes Program QuickNote #42: Are Wildfire Patterns in West-Central Alberta and Saskatchewan Identical?
Note on the differences between frequencies of types of residuals in Saskatchewan and west-central Alberta, and possible explanations.
Beyond Boredom QuickNote #3: Breaking Unhealthy Traditions: Community Solutions to Substance Abuse in Hinton, Alberta
Note on solutions offered by research participants for substance abuse problems; education, early intervention, supportive workplaces, detox centres.
Note comparing residual levels from wildfire disturbance between the significantly different landscapes of Saskatchewan and the Alberta foothills.
Healthy Landscapes Program QuickNote #40: Do Large Landscapes Have Stable Old Forest Levels Over Time?
Note on relationship between landscape area and standard deviation of old forest area, and the implications of this relationship for forest management
Beyond Boredom QuickNote #2: Boom Times in Hinton, Alberta--The Benefits and Challenges of a Changing Economy
Note on the rapidly expanding oil and gas sector in Hinton, benefits and challenges of this change, and issues of community sustainability.
Healthy Landscapes Program QuickNote #39: How Well do Forest Inventories Identify Wildfire Patterns?
Note comparing images of a historical fire generated by a forest inventory and by historic photos in an ideal scenario.
Note on the five main features identified as risk factors for substance abuse in Hinton; divergent sectors, high income, shift work, transience, union
Note on circumstances in which the probabilities of island and matrix remnants are significantly different, and possible explanations for this.