Technical Reports

These technical reports summarize  faculty and student  research conducted at Aleza Lake Resesarch Forest. These projects were  funded by various sources including seed grants from the Aleza Lake Research Forest Society.

Bear den site selection and considerations for forest management
in the interior of British Columbia

Seed Grant Report, Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, Prince George, BC
By: Dexter P. Hodder and Roy V. Rea, 2005

The diversity, densities and functional roles of soil living nematodes in mature stands of White Spruce and Subalpine Fir at Aleza Lake Research Forest
Seed Grant Report, Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, Prince George, BC
By: Dr. Dennis L. C. Procter, 2005

Does root pruning containerized stock alter growth rate and development of planted forest seedlings?
Seed Grant Report, Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, Prince George, BC
By: Dev Khurana, 2005

Arboreal lichen diversity and abundance at Aleza Lake Research Forest:Effect of host tree species and soil type.
Seed Grant Report, Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, Prince George, BC
By: Jocelyn Campbell and Arthur L. Fredeen, 2006

Reproductive Ecology of Willows along the Bowron River
Seed Grant Report, Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, Prince George, BC
By: Cecilia Alstrom-Rapaport, 2006

Habitat Requirements and Timing of Adult Emergence for the Cattail
Mosquito, Mansonia perturbans, in North Central British Columbia.
Seed Grant Report, Aleza Lake Research Forest Society, Prince George, BC
By: Poirier, L. 2006

Extending the Ranges of Native Conifers: A Study of larch, Douglas-fir, Ponderosa Pine and Western Redcedar in Central British Columbia.
Undergraduate Thesis, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
By: Chewter, M. 2008

The timing of peatland initiation in east-central British Columbia: a first look.
Research Extension Note No. 2, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute, Prince George, BC.
By: Sanborn, P. and T. Jull. 2009