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Vegetation Growth on Seismic Lines in West-Central and North-western Alberta

In the summers of 2014 and 2015, we visited 351 seismic lines in west-central and northwestern Alberta and recorded information on wildlife forage, human use, and regeneration height which we used to:

  1. Compare wildlife forage on seismic lines, seismic line edges, and intact forest stands.
  2. Model and map wildlife forage, vegetation growth and vegetation structure on seismic in relation to a range of variables describing terrain, habitat, and soil wetness and nutrients.

This briefing note covers the principle results.

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