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Canada Land Inventory wildlife capability maps


, : Canada Land Inventory wildlife capability maps. Biol. Conserv.: 2: 305


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DOI: 10.1016/0006-3207(70)90027-3

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Mccormack, R.J., 1967: Land capability classification for forestry. (The Canada Land Inventory Report No. 4.). The classification described is for use in the ARDA land inventory, designed as a basis for land-use planning in Canada. All mineral and organic soils are classified in one or other of 7 classes based on an inherent ability to grow commercial timb...

McCormack, R.J., 1970: The Canada Land Inventory: land capability classification for forestry. A second edition of a report already noticed [cf. FA 29, 3247].

Lacate, D.S.; Romaine, M.J., 1978: Canada's land capability inventory program. The Canada Land Inventory was conducted cooperatively by the federal and provincial governments to provide an information base for a variety of planning and development activities. This program comprised a series of interpretive classifications de...

Anonymous, 1965: The Canada land inventory, Report no. 2, soil capability classification for agriculture. The Inventory is part of the government programme administered under the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act (ARDA). It replaces morphological soil mapping with a classification of soils by suitability for farming and other human uses,...

Anonymous, 1965: The Canada Land Inventory ARDA. Report No. 2. Soil capability classification for agriculture. Describes a system of classification in which the mineral soils are grouped into 7 classes according to their potentialities and limitations for agricultural use.

Woode, P.R., 1981: 'We don't want soil maps. Just give us land capability.' The role of land capability surveys in Zambia. In Zambia, land capability maps are at present used frequently but soil maps hardly at all. The local adaptation of capability classification, which incorporates grazing as well as arable land, was devised for conditions with little crop diversifi...

Blaschke, P.M., 1985: Land use capability classification and land resources of the Bay of Plenty - Volcanic Plateau Region: a bulletin to accompany the New Zealand Land Resource Inventory worksheets. This bulletin describes the land use capability (LUC) classification and land resources of the Bay of Plenty - Volcanic Plateau Region, an area of 17 800 kmsuperscript 2 in the central North Island, New Zealand. In the LUC classification of the re...

Demarchi, D.A.; Demarchi, R.A., 1999: Wildlife and wildlife habitat inventory to meet land-based program planning needs for mountain sheep. Transactions North American Wild Sheep Conference, 2: 151-161

Page, M.J., 1985: Correlation of North Island regional land use capability units from the New Zealand land resource inventory. The New Zealand land resource inventory (NZLRI) contains the following sets of land resource data: an inventory of 5 physical parameters important to land use, a land use capability (LUC) assessment based primarily on this inventory and, for each...

Bjorkhem, U., 1975: Canada Land Inventory - a system of land inventory and land use evaluation. Briefly describes the Canadian system [cf. FA 34, 1414] and discusses the possibility of establishing a similar system for Sweden.