Morice Biophysical Study 93 L/S.W. Wildlife Capability and Habitat (Soils, Terrain, Climate and Vegetation)

The Morice Biophysical Study was initiated by the Planning and Assessment Branch of the B.C. Ministry of Environment. It is intended to provide reconnaissance biophysical information for this largely remote area. The area comprises four 1:50 000 scale NTS map areas: Lamprey Creek (93L/3), Corona Peak (93L/4), Burnie Lake (93L/5) and Thautil River (93L/6), covering an area of 3,690 square kilometers.

In addition to this report there are several map products: 1. Terrain (4 maps) 2. Biophysical Soil Landscapes (93L/3 only) 3. Vegetation Landscapes of the Morice River Floodplain (portion of 93L/3 only) 4. Biophysical Ungulate Capability (4 maps)

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Author Fuhr, B., Fenger, M., Lacelle, L., Marsh, R. and M. Rafiq
Data Steward BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Publication Year 1986