BelangerPaquetteBeauchesneEtAl1996

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Belanger, L., Paquette, S., Beauchesne, P., Bissonnette, J., Lemay, S., Bouliane, P., Carrier, R. (1996) Ecoforest maps or the challenge of integrating physical environment with forest cover. Ecoscience, 3(2):229-238.

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In Quebec, for the past thirty years, ecological land classifications have been proposed to support the use of ecological information by forest managers. Recently, it has been suggested to replace the classical forest inventory maps, which use only dendrometric variables, by integrated forest/site maps that would use both ecological and forest variables. Several methods were rested at the Foret Montmorency, the experimental forest of Universite Laval located in a hilly boreal area influenced by minor natural and human disturbances (1-50 ha). The production of a large scale (1:20 000-1:10 000) integrated forest/site map turned out to be much more difficult than anticipated. In a fragmented forest such as the one in the pilot area, the concept of a homogenous ecoforest stand can be considered as utopic. Because of soil heterogeneity and also of the large number of discrepancies between vegetation and soil limits, the delimitation of integrated vegetation/site units was operationally difficult. The delimitation of most polygons implied generalization. It was possible to obtain a majority of homogenous units only at a scale of 1:10 000, for which it is possible to map 1-2 ha units. An alternative approach was consequently developed based on the integration of a medium-scale ecological land survey (1:50 000) and a large-scale forest stand map (1:20 000). The ecological map is used to produce potential management zones, based on generalization of silvicultural interpretations of landscape classes.

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@ARTICLE { BelangerPaquetteBeauchesneEtAl1996,
    AUTHOR = { Belanger, L. and Paquette, S. and Beauchesne, P. and Bissonnette, J. and Lemay, S. and Bouliane, P. and Carrier, R. },
    TITLE = { Ecoforest maps or the challenge of integrating physical environment with forest cover },
    JOURNAL = { Ecoscience },
    YEAR = { 1996 },
    VOLUME = { 3 },
    PAGES = { 229-238 },
    NUMBER = { 2 },
    ABSTRACT = { In Quebec, for the past thirty years, ecological land classifications have been proposed to support the use of ecological information by forest managers. Recently, it has been suggested to replace the classical forest inventory maps, which use only dendrometric variables, by integrated forest/site maps that would use both ecological and forest variables. Several methods were rested at the Foret Montmorency, the experimental forest of Universite Laval located in a hilly boreal area influenced by minor natural and human disturbances (1-50 ha). The production of a large scale (1:20 000-1:10 000) integrated forest/site map turned out to be much more difficult than anticipated. In a fragmented forest such as the one in the pilot area, the concept of a homogenous ecoforest stand can be considered as utopic. Because of soil heterogeneity and also of the large number of discrepancies between vegetation and soil limits, the delimitation of integrated vegetation/site units was operationally difficult. The delimitation of most polygons implied generalization. It was possible to obtain a majority of homogenous units only at a scale of 1:10 000, for which it is possible to map 1-2 ha units. An alternative approach was consequently developed based on the integration of a medium-scale ecological land survey (1:50 000) and a large-scale forest stand map (1:20 000). The ecological map is used to produce potential management zones, based on generalization of silvicultural interpretations of landscape classes. },
    KEYWORDS = { ecoforest maps; ecological land survey; forest inventory; forest site QUEBEC; CLASSIFICATION; LAND; FRAMEWORK },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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