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ILLUSTRATIONS—C'outinuetl

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THIS AREA HAS BEEN BURNED TWICE    218

THIS AREA HAD 2,000 YOUNG TREES PER ACRE    224

BURNED SEVERAL TIMES    224

SLASH LEFT ON THE GROUND AFTER LOGGING    228

YOUNG FIR TREES ON AN AREA LOGGED AND BURNED OFF    228

MATURE SPRUCE-ASPEN TYPE    232

THE SANDY AREAS OF' THE NORTH ARE OCCUPIED BY THE JACKPINE TYPE   232

CORDWOOD PERMIT OPERATIONS IN NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN    238

AN ADJOINING OPERATION    238

TYPICAL SLASH AFTER A LUMBERING OPERATION    246

AREA LUMBERED TWELVE YEARS AGO    246

MATURE STAND OF LODGEPOLE

PINE AND ENGELMANN SPRUCE    

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INTERIOR OF' THE SAME

POPLAR    

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SPRUCE REPRODUCTION

UNDER

FIFTEEN YEARS LATER

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MAPS AND DIAGRAMS

 

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APPLIED

FORESTRY    

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FOREST

REGION MAP OF SOUTHERN

BRITISH COLUMBIA    

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FOREST

FIRES   IN   BURLEIGH

AND METHUEN TOWNSHIPS, PETERBOROUGH

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COUNTY, ONTARIO (MAP)

NUMERICAL PROPORTION OF' REPRODUCTION OF' VARIOUS SPECIES ON THE AVER-AGE ACRE IN ORDER OF THE NUMBER OF TIMES BURNED    191

FORECASTED YIELD OF POPLAR PER ACRE, 30 YEARS FROM THE PRESENT DATE, ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER OF TIMES BURNED    197

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