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Logging and soil disturbance on steep slopes in the Quesnel Highlands, Cariboo Forest Region



Logging and soil disturbance on steep slopes in the Quesnel Highlands, Cariboo Forest Region



Research Note, Ministry of Forests, British Columbia (88): 15



The av. total disturbance on running skyline-yarded clear-felled sites was 34.7% and on crawler tractor-logged clear-felled sites, 62.6%.

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