Cariboo Forest Region: Part 2 of 3. Forest health stand establishment decision aid
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This paper presents the Stand Establishment Decision Aid (SEDA) for the Cariboo Forest Region, British Columbia, Canada, for different forest health problems such as atropellis canker, laminated root rot, spruce/white pine terminal weevil, tomentosus root disease and Warren's root collar weevil. The first section of the forest health SEDA provides a hazard rating system that identifies the specific biogeoclimatic zone and subzone where the forest health problem can potentially occur. The second section outlines some possible silvicultural considerations that affect the host species. These considerations could be used to develop a management strategy, if one is required. The SEDA concludes with a resource section outlining where more information can be located.