Canadian Forest Service Publications

Insectes et maladies des arbres au Canada 1989. 1992. Moody, B.H., compilateur. Forêts Canada, Institut forestier national de Petawawa, Chalk River (Ontario). RIMA. 136 p.

Year: 1992

Issued by: National Capital Region

Catalog ID: 19682

Language: French

Series: FIDS Report (CFS)

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 The Forest Insect and Disease Survey (FIDS) is a nationally coordinated program of six regional FIDS units and the FIDS Technology Development Project. Its activities are managed by the regional Forestry Canada establishments. The program provides perspectives on insects and disease, including effects of acid rain, to forest managers, quarantine agencies, researchers, educators, and the public. 
 Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in Canada — 1989 is the ninth in a revised format of a series of national annual reports of the Forest Insect and Disease Survey that date back to at least 1936. In cooperation with those responsible for improving forest inventory and economic data in Canada, the survey attempts to provide more quantitative and interpretive data on damage and depletion caused by forests pests.

Also available under the title:
Forest insect and disease conditions in Canada 1989 (English)