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Start by marking Applications Of Ecological (Biophysical) Land Classification In Canada: Proceedings Of The Second Meeting Applications De La Classification écologique (Biophysique) Du Territoire Au Canada: Compte Rendue De La Deuxième Réunion as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel.

Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop: Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) Flora Group.

Présentation des régions écologiques du Québec méridional (3e édition) et du système hiérarchique de classification écologique du territoire mis au point par le ministère des Ressources naturelles du Québec (définitions, critères distinctifs, échelles de perceptions, nomenclature, exemples de descriptions). Canada has by far the most terrain in the High Arctic mostly associated with abundant barren types and prostrate dwarf-shrub tundra, whereas Russia has the largest area in the Low Arctic, predominantly low-shrub tundra. Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop: Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) Flora Group.

Ecological land classification is a cartographical delineation or regionalisation of distinct ecological areas, identified by their geology, topography, soils, vegetation, climate conditions, living species, habitats, water resources, and sometimes . .

Ecological land classification is a cartographical delineation or regionalisation of distinct ecological areas, identified by their geology, topography, soils, vegetation, climate conditions, living species, habitats, water resources, and sometimes also anthropic factors. These factors control and influence biotic composition and ecological processes.

Comité canadien de la classification écologique du territoire. Canada Committee on Ecological Land Classification. Information about the Resource Source. Document: in Dataset:FAST. Format:application/rdf+xml.

1979, ‘Applications of ecological land classification: a user survey’, In: . Rubec (e., Applications of Ecological (Biophysical) Land Classification in Canada, Proc. Second Meeting, Canada Committee on Ecological Biophysical Classification, 4–7 April 1978, Ecological Land Classification Series No. 7, Lands Directorate, Environ. Ca. Ottawa, Ontario, pp. 135–138.

Canada's Ecological Land Classification System. Canadian Committee on Ecological Land Classification

Canada's Ecological Land Classification System. Système national de classification écologique des terres du Canada. Canadian Committee on Ecological Land Classification. Comité canadien de la classification écologique du territoire. Ecological Land Classification and Evaluation Division.

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of Quebec produces the Classification écologique du territoire with eight hierarchical levels for describing the ecological diversity of forest areas, with additional information (species type, age class.

of Quebec produces the Classification écologique du territoire with eight hierarchical levels for describing the ecological diversity of forest areas, with additional information (species type, age class et. at the stand level (Forêts, Faune et Parcs Québec, . 3 One example is the 1983 report, Ecological (Biophysical) Land Classification Of Banff and Jasper National Parks, which characterizes the ecosystem (surface expression, genetic material unit, soils, vegetation and wildlife) at the ecoregion, ecosection and ecoecosite levels) for the 17,520 km2 of Banff and Jasper National Parks.

Ecological Land Classification (ELC), is a phytogeocentric approach that stratifies the landscape into . As forest management moves towards the consideration of a broader set of resources (.

Ecological Land Classification (ELC), is a phytogeocentric approach that stratifies the landscape into ecologically meaningful units (ecosites) based on substrate characteristics, moisture regime and canopy composition. Key words: forest site classification, site index, site productivity, Ecological Land Classification (ELC), ecosites, forest biomass, bioproducts RÉSUMÉ.