2014 – Research Reports

Site Visit: Rubus nivalis locations, Mount Elphinstone Aug. 11, 2014 by Margaret Symon, R.P.F. P.C.P., Strathcona Forestry Consulting

 Rubus nivalis site visit Aug. 2014 (5) Copy final

Dakota Bowl tree coring report (cutblock DK44)  July 2014 (Snowline Research) Identifies Key Information on the Age and Characteristics of  The Trees in this Ancient Forest.

Dakota Bowl tree coring report July 2014 (Snowline Research)

Field Reconnaissance of cutblock DK44 – identification of many scarred yellow cedar trees, several of which we are confident are CMTs

01/07/2014  –  Jim W. Stafford – Archaeologist – Please find attached the results from a Preliminary Field Reconnaissance of cutblock DK44. As indicated in the report, the survey resulted in the identification of many scarred yellow cedar trees, several of which we are confident are CMTs and many others which are uncertain and deserve further inspection. I have recommended that an archaeological impact assessment of this block, and the others in the vicinity (i.e. DK42-44b), take place prior to development

Dakota Ridge DK42-44 PFR Letter Report FINAL

 

 

 

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