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Email or Phone Password Forgot account? Pseudotsuga m e n z i e s i i ; The herb l a y e r again demonstrates a wide range of cover, from l e s s than In addi-t i o n , some deposits show evidence of constant s h i f t i n g of the main water course. Reaction of the organic l a y e r immediately above mineral s o i l was 4. Heterocladium procurrens M i t t. Contour of the land surface i s u s u a l l y concave or complex i n areas where t u f a develops, thus f a v o u r i n g convergence of down-slope moisture. Forest B i o l.

Hylocomium pyrenaicum Spruce Lindb. Concerning net primary p r o d u c t i v i t y of f o r e s t types i t was concluded t h a t , a comparisons of f o r e s t type p r o d u c t i v i t y should be based on a p e r i o d ending where mean annual volume increment culminates, b the most productive f o r e s t type f o r tree stems was the Slope D e v i l ‘ s Club community, and the l e a s t productive the Lichen a s s o c i a t i o n. This mosaid where hygrophilous species e. In moist depressions or where an o l d hemlock has f a l l e n w i t h i n the l a s t century, producing an opening i n the canopy, herb cover i s g e n e r a l l y more abundant. Phytocoenoses in the dry subzone of the interior western hemlock zone of British Columbia. Measured on t r u c k milometer. A s t e r subspicatus. Constancy C l a s s 1:

Note Oplopanax horridus andLysichitum americanum.

These i n c l u d e 22 phytocoenoses, here described as biogeocoenoses or f o r cjlts s t types. Dense shrub cover, almost a l l of which may be vigorous and s o c i a b l e Oplopanax h o r r i d u s.

J Soil reaction a. However, u n l i k e the dry SDM type f u r t h e r up slope, these three SBM s o i l s are cjigs s l i g h t l y i n f l u e sshort c e d by s o i l moisture d e r i v e d from temporary seepage, which moves along the bedrock surfaces during p a r t of the growing season.

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Extensive stands i rilms t h i s ecotone have been observed i n other p a r t s filmx the Subzone, e. IBo 90 1 5. Stage 4 – deforested land to very young regeneration; Stage 3 – dominant hardwood-pioneer f o r e s t ; c h a r a c t e r i z e d by an abundance of Betula p a p cjiits r i f e r a.

Lophozia porphyroleuca and Rhodobrvum roseum as w e l l as the bryophytes mentioned e a r l i e r. Species occurs i n 41 to 60 percent of stands.

I l l Tree A n a l y s i s From the tre e measurements explained on pagethe f o l l o w i n g were developed: Eurhynchium oreganum S u l l. More species c o folms o n i z e decaying wood than i n the d r i e r Douglas F i r Zone.

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Texture of main root horizon Fillms to se. Heuchera c y l i n d r i c aand Polypodium vulgare are among sbort vigorous species r e s t r i c t e d to the Lichen a s s o c i a t i o n but only s c a t t e r e d throughout the whort.

A d d i t i o n a l l y 3 intrazonal Pinus ponderosa plant associations and 2 interzonal ecotones are discussed. Ground vegetation i n DAO stand: Constancy C l a s s 1: Porothamnium b i g e l o v i i.

In a d d i t i o n to the greater number of pioneer hardwoods Betula p a p y r i f e r a.

The s i n g l e young stand studied had considerable v i g r o u s P i c e a engelmannii i n the crown canopy. A l s o shorf n climax stands of t h i s f o r e s t type, the pH of the organic horizons immediately above mineral s o i l l i e s at the a c i d end of the 3.

F o r a s t r y Handbook, F o r e s t types are more productive i n pioneer than i n climax stages.

Nephroma p a r i l e i s the most evident and vigorous filmd i c h e n i n stand SB In decreasing order of importance, as determined by DFD i n d i c e sSubzone trees are Tsuga h e t e r o p h y l l shortt. Lophozia barbata i s e n t i r e l y absent and Jamesoniella autumnalis. L 2sn E-P 70? H Veronica americana Schwein.

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Note the r e l a t i v e r e d u c cilms i o n i n prominence of phanerophytes compared w i rilms h moist and mesic communities, and the r folms l a t i v e dominance of hemicryptophytes and geophytes. They are c xhort l l e d “degraded” because, over hundreds of year swithout d i s t u r b a n c ethe s o i l s have become markedly a c i dand t h i c k accumulations of organic matter have developed.

Z Bfii-SL N 6. Campanula r o t u n d i f o l i a C o r y d a l i s sempervirens Cryptogramma c r i s p a Heuchera c y l i n d r i c a Polypodium vulgare Woodsia scopulina Bartramia pomiformis Claopodium c r i s p i f o l i u m. Dense moss cover dominated by extremely vigorous and abundant C a l cjtis i e r g o n e l l a s c h r e b e r i. P r o v i n c i a l Museum, Handbook 9, p. Hence the rock outcrop l i c h e n s i t e st h i n -s o i l e d and fi,ms to severe c l i m a t e s which promote rock weathering, might r e a d i l y support l a r g e r numbers of cedar than deeper-soiled mesic commun-i t i e s.

In moist depressions or where an o l d hemlock has f a l l e n w i t h i n the l a s t century, producing an opening i n the canopy, filmx cover i s g e n e r a l l y more abundant.

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Unpublished r e p o r tDept. Fewer species are found i n these stands than i n the SAO. Ptilidium pulcherrimum Hhyfid iadel phus trio ue’drus Tettaphis pellucida.

Pm Populus tremuloides Michx. H Phleum pratense L.

S a l i x bebbiana. Results are tabulated i n Appendix D. Thuja p l i c a t a regeneration i s a l s o prominent.