2.6 Resources & Suggestions for Further Reading
Technical solutions to field problems or recommended processes can generally be found in the following publications as well as various other technical bulletins and handbooks commonly used by the forest industry and the BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
- BC Ministry of Forests. 1999. Mapping and Assessing Terrain Stability Guidebook. For. Prac. Br., B.C. Min. For. Victoria, B.C.
- ___________. 1992. Forest inventory manual: forest classification, sampling and environmentally sensitive areas. Vol. 2. Inventory. Br., B.C. Min. For. Victoria, B.C. 161 p.
- BC Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management. 1996. Terrain Stability Mapping in British Columbia. For. Prac. Br., B.C. Min. For. Victoria, B.C.
- Braedon, R.E. 1990. Forest Harvesting and Renewal Planning for the British Columbia Interior: An Extension of the Total-Chance Concept (PDF, 5.27 MB). FERIC handbook No.9. For. Eng. Research Inst. Can. (FERIC). Vancouver, BC. 49 p.
- Braedon, R.E. 1983. Timber Development Planning for the British Columbia Interior: The Total-Chance Concept (PDF, 4.19 MB). FERIC handbook No.4. For. Eng. Research Inst. Can. (FERIC). Vancouver, BC. 73 p.
- Chatwin, S.C., D.E. Howes, J.W. Schwab, and D.N. Swanston. 1994. A Guide for Management of Landslide-Prone Terrain in the Pacific Northwest. 2nd ed. B.C. Min. For., Victoria, BC. Land Manage. Handb. No. 18. 220 p.
- Holmes, D.C.. 1989. Manual for Roads and Transportation. British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC