Site Diagnosis, Regeneration Methods, and Choice of Tree Species For the current and future climate Introduction This paper is based on two forests that the writer has previously researched: one is Stanley Park and the other one is Pacific Spirit Park – both located in British Columbia. This essay will briefly highlight the ecosystem classification system used to designate both (they appear to both fall under the same broad category) and will discuss the measures that should be taken to regenerate each of the tree species that appear to dominate (or simply exist) in the areas under consideration. After some thought, the key is a very simple one: plant trees in the patches that are best-suited for them (which means, for example replacing...The end:
.....ry and can protect the hemlock. As well, areas near the Hemlock may have to be drained as the Hemlock does not like too much moisture; however, since the Hemlock thrives anyways at the present time, that is probably not something that needs attention. Works Cited Helewa, T. (1993). Creation of a geographic information system (Unpublished thesis). University of British Columbia: Department of Forest Resource Management. Klinka, K. (2008). ECOSYSTEM (SITE) CLASSIFICATION: PRINCIPLES, CONCEPTS, RATIONALE, SYSTEM, AND ITS DEVELOPMENT; APPLICATIONS IN FOREST; RESOURCES MANAGEMENT. UBC: Forest Sciences Department (this is a course lecture note). Information and data of Stanley Park Forest. (n.d.). (additional information not submitted by client).