Non-Timber Forest Management and Sustainable Use in Major Forest Zones of BC
An introduction to biogeoclimatic zones and natural disturbance regimes in BC in relation to the occurrence of important NTFP species and the ecosystems that sustain them. Topics include the impacts of current land use and resource extraction on NTFP occurrence and productivity; and the influence of disturbance classes, biogeoclimatic zones, and current ecological condition on the selection of appropriate NTFP management practices.
Note: Open only to students in the Restoration of Natural Systems Program or with permission of the Program's Academic Administrator.
Undergraduate course in Environmental Restoration offered by the School of Environmental Studies in the Faculty of Social Sciences.