Economic analysis of timber harvesting regulations for coastal British Columbia

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School of Policy Studies, Queen"s University , Kingston, Ont
Logging -- British Columbia -- Economic aspects., Forest policy -- British Columbia., Logging -- Law and legislation -- British Columbia., Forestry law and legislation -- British Colu
StatementJ.D. Nelson, J.S. Hackett.
SeriesDiscussion paper (Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). School of Policy Studies -- no. 95-03
ContributionsHackett, J. S.
LC ClassificationsSD"538.3"C2"N45"1995
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20403594M

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industry and governments have an opportunity to access timber at the same time as achieving economic equity. Forest governance in the Province of British Columbia 2 practices and policies – economic, environmental and social.

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The effects of ground-based harvesting on coastal British Columbia soils: Mitigating the negative consequences FRST Graduating Report Faculty of Forestry April 6, Steve TrommelThe effects of ground-based harvesting on coastal British Columbia soils i Abstract The recent downturn in British Columbia?s coastal forest industry, together with an increased proportion of timber harvest from.

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in North America are mostly in British Columbia and Alaska E) are those forests in the National Parks that are protected from logging Timber harvesting propelled the growth of the United States throughout its phenomenal.

cized forest policy in British Columbia as lax, and the US Congress and media have taken up the call for stricter regulations in Canada. A comparison of BC forest policy with the policies of the USDA Forest Service and six major softwood-harvesting states reveals that British Columbia has more stringent regulations than has been supposed.

Sep 01,  · The study considers a specific forest area, the Fraser Timber Supply Area, which is in southwestern British Columbia to the east and northeast of Vancouver.

The results suggest that under a broad range of parameter assumptions there would be a net benefit rather than an opportunity cost associated with increased preservation of old growth forests.

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British Columbia's coastal forest sector-challenges ahead. In: Landis, T.D.; Bamett, J.P., tech. coords. B-2 British Columbia Timber Harvest by Species, and B2 B Concentration of Control over Timber Harvesting Rights in Public Sustained Yield Units, and B9 The full contribution of the forest resources to the economic and social welfare of British Columbiaus is realized in terms of the diverse commercial and.

In British Columbia, regulations to protect nature have been implemented with little or no economic analysis. This paper provides an analysis of one set of regulations, British Columbia's Forest. the timber supply on a regular basis, normally every ten years. Following that review, the AAC may increase, decrease, or remain unchanged.

British Columbia has Canada has 62% 38% 1 52% 95% Crown Provincial (89, ha) Economic Impact Top Three Export Markets: US, China, Japan* The BC forest sector continues to recover fromthe sector’s.

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pools and fluxes allow an understanding of the trade-offs between increasing carbon storage in forest ecosystems and timber harvesting (Hennigar et al.,Lemprière et al.,Cited by: GOVERNMENT REGULATION OF FORESTRY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA by Andrew Plowright Presented for the course FRST Forestry in British Columbia Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia 2 Government Regulation of Forestry in British Columbia Andrew Plowright Introduction Forest resource management in British Columbia involves a unique and complex set of participants, determinants and.

Economic Trade-Offs between Carbon Offset and Timber Opportunities in British Columbia’s Central Coast: A Decision Analysis Approach. by Heather Munro. (Civil Engineering), Queen’s University, Research Project Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Resource Management (Planning).

Harvesting Systems and Equipment in British Columbia Ministry of Forests Forest Practices Branch Partial cutting in mountainous old-growth forests in coastal British Columbia: harvesting productivity and cost, and residual stand impacts.

Logging practices, principles of timber harvesting systems. Miller Freeman Publications. Traditionally, hand rakes are used in shellfish harvesting in British Columbia.

In order to determine if it is environmentally feasible to use a mechanical harvester, an environmental assessment on mechanical harvesting and traditional harvesting needs to occur for comparison. Title. Powder-post beetles in structural timber in coastal British Columbia / Related Titles.

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Series: Publication ; By. Smith, D. Canada. Dept. of Agriculture. An old-growth forest — also termed primary forest, virgin forest, primeval forest, late seral forest, or forest primeval — is a forest that has attained great age without significant disturbance and thereby exhibits unique ecological features and might be classified as a climax community.

Old-growth features include diverse tree-related structures that provide diverse wildlife habitat that. 40 softwood timber manufacturers and remanufacturers in western Oregon, Washington, and in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada.

PLIB is approved by both the ALSC and the Canadian Lumber Standards Accreditation Board to provide mill supervisory services under the NGR, RIS, WCLIB, WWPA and NLGA rules as well as to supervise glued and. Definitions and interpretation. 1 (1) In this Act: " allowable annual cut " means (a) in respect of a tree farm licence area, community forest agreement area, first nations woodland licence area, woodlot licence area or timber supply area, the rate of timber harvesting determined for the area under section 8, as increased or reduced under this Act, and.

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Funding programs can be accessed through the Network. Forest harvesting impacts on the peak flow regime in the Columbia Mountains of southeastern British Columbia: An investigation using long-term numerical modeling Markus Schnorbus1 and Younes Alila Department of Forest Resources Management, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The Economics of Protecting Old Growth Forest: An Analysis of Spotted Owl Habitat in the Fraser Timber Supply Area of British Columbia, Report prepared for the Western Canada Wilderness Committee (WCWC), David Suzuki Foundation and Sierra Legal, Vancouver.

Knowler, D. and K. Dust, Introduction British Columbia’s forests are legendary. BC forests have been the economic, cultural and political lifeblood of the province – from the intimate relationships of First Nations with the life-sustaining cedar and sacred trees like the Golden Spruce, to the harrowing tales of lumberjacks among the towering evergreens of the coast, to the role of BC forests in feeding the.

A Harvester's Handbook: A guide to commercial non-timber forest products in British Columbia (Coastal Edition) guidebook or toolkit | Wendy Cocksedge & Michelle Schroeder | Although all of the information could be useful for recreational or cultural harvesting, the main goal is to illustrate some of the economic potential of these.Timber: History of the Forest Industry in British Columbia.

British sailors cut down coastal Douglas fir to make masts for their sailing ships. The BC government introduced the Forest Practice Act, which set strict regulations on harvesting and replanting. The new law limited the size of clear cuts, protected stream flows and.Timber Volume (millions m 3) Total Timber Harvest Harvest Not Regulated by Allowable Annual Cut Harvest Regulated British Columbia Coast Interior 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Year Timber Harvest (m 3 /year * million).