Bulkley Valley Research Centre - Science in the Public Interest

Soils

Soil structure, stability and productivity are all subjects that have been researched under the Bulkley Valley Research Centre. In 2013, Hillslope and Fluvial Processes Along the Proposed Pipeline Corridor, Burns Lake to Kitimat, West Central British Columbia by James W. Schwab was submitted as evidence in the Enbridge Northern Gateway hearings.

* denotes an active project. ⌘ denotes a multi-year/continuing project

Project # Project Title Project Lead Funding Agency
2013-19 Long Term Soil Productivity Study 2013 J. Marty Kranabetter, Pedologist, MFLNRO, Coast Forest Region, Research Section Ministry of Natural Resources and Operations, West Coast Region
2012-07 Long-term Soil Productivity Carabid Beetles J. Marty Kranabetter, Pedologist, MFLNRO, Coast Forest Region, Research Section Ministry of Natural Resources and Operations, West Coast Region
2011-03 Hillslope and Fluvial Processes Along the Proposed Pipeline Corridor, Burns Lake to Kitimat, West Central British Columbia James W. Schwab, P.Geo., Eng.L. Private Funding
2008-19 Taxonomic Resolution of Soil Meso and Macro Fauna Marty Kranabetter, Soil Scientist, Ministry of Forests and Range, Victoria Ministry of Forests and Range, Transfer Agreement
2008-08 Year 3 - Developing Indicators of Soil Productivity, Function and Biodiversity through Soil Biotic Communities Marty Kranabetter, Soil Scientist, Ministry of Forests and Range, Victoria Forest Investment Account - Forest Science Program
2007-08 Year 2 - Developing Indicators of Soil Productivity, Function and Biodiversity through Soil Biotic Communities Marty Kranabetter, Soil Scientist, Ministry of Forests and Range, Victoria Forest Investment Account - Forest Science Program
2006-08 Year 1 - Developing Indicators of Soil Productivity, Function and Biodiversity through Soil Biotic Communities Marty Kranabetter, Soil Scientist, Ministry of Forests and Range, Victoria Forest Investment Account - Forest Science Program
2003-03 Sustainable Forest Management on Alluvial and Colluvial Fans Dave Wilford, PhD, Research Hydrologist, Ministry of Forests and Range, Smithers Ministry of Forests