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Opportunities for Directing Change on the Forested
Opportunities for Directing Change on the Forested

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L andscape Doug Lewis RPF SISCO Winter Workshop February 2016 Study the Past if You Would Define the Future Confucius History Repeats Itself Sweden Linder and Ostlund 1998 In ID: 541150 Download Presentation

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Opportunities for Directing Change on the Forested Landscape

Doug Lewis, RPFSISCO Winter WorkshopFebruary, 2016Slide2

“Study the Past if You Would

Define the Future”ConfuciusSlide3

History Repeats Itself….Slide4

Sweden

Linder and

Ostlund

(1998) In

Lindenmayer

and Fischer (2006) Slide5

Northeastern United States Slide6
Slide7

Dry Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine forests near Kamloops, BC

(

Klenner

et al. 2008)

Glacier National Park(Johnson et al. 1990)

Taylor and Carroll ( 2004)Slide8

Source:

H

agerman et al. 2010Slide9

Parks and Protected Areas in BC, Since 1939Slide10

Source: BC Ministry of Forests State of the Forest Report 2010Slide11

Kamloops Area

Global Forest Change Viewer, University of

M

aryland

2014

2013

2012

2000+

No Change

WaterSlide12

Gain (2000-2012)

Loss (2000-2012)

Loss and gain

Forested area

Non-Forest

Water

North Thompson- Wells Gray Park

Global Forest Change Viewer, University of

M

aryland

Murtle

Lake

Blue River

ClearwaterSlide13

CEA Watershed Assessment Results: South Portion of Kamloops TSA

Effects:

MPB salvage

+

NRS Activity

+

Significant historic effects

(private land)

+

Location of forest clearing that interacts with Range useSlide14

Moose

CEA Results – Moose-Kamloops TSA

Likelihood of Population Decline

Associated with:Predation

Increased access – huntingLoss of thermal cover habitatsSlide15

CEA Results-Pine marten-Kamloops TSA

Likelihood of Population DeclineAssociated with:Habitat protection in the northParks

Mountain caribou recoveryHabitat loss and fragmentation in middle and south of TSAMPB Salvage harvest

Pine Marten

Low

Moderate

HighSlide16

Results of Cumulative Effects Assessments

Effects on values a result of combined influence of many factors

Impacts often unintended

Forest and other sectors generally compliantSometimes not achieving stated objectives for valuesSuggests policy and/or regulator reviewClarify Objectives

Evaluate EffectivenessSlide17

Opportunities for Defining the Future

Change is not easy.Opportunities exist for ‘positive’ changeDiscuss and choose what those changes should look like to help define the future.

When asked; “would you rather work for change or just complain?”

81% of the respondents replied:“Do I have to choose? This is hard.”