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A field guide to forest site identification and interpretation for the Cariboo Forest Region. Part 1



A field guide to forest site identification and interpretation for the Cariboo Forest Region. Part 1



Land Management Handbook Ministry of Forests, British Columbia ( 39: Part 1): paginated in separate sections



Part 1 of this field guide comprises section 1 'Introduction, section 2 'Biogeoclimatic ecosystem classification system', section 3 'Procedures for site description and identification', section 4 'Environment of the Cariboo forest region', section 5 'Biogeoclimatic units of the Cariboo forest region', and section 6 'Site units of the Cariboo forest region'.

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