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Terrestrial Monitoring Protocols

Image of terrestrial ecosystem | Photo: Environment Canada Image of Monarch butterfly | Photo: John Mosesso Jr. Image of soil and grass | Photo: Greg Grabas, Environment Canada Image of Cope's grey treefrog | Photo: Ryan M.Bolton

 

Report CoverReport TitleReport Lead AuthorReport Audience
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Annual Decay RatesTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Annual Decay RatesEnvironment Canada, Canadian Forest ServiceScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Anuran Species RichnessTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Anuran Species Richness and Calling PhenologyEnvironment CanadaScientific professionals, community groups, individuals
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: ArthropodsTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: ArthropodsAlbert T. Finnamore, Neville N. Winchester and Valerie M. Behan-PelletierScientific professionals
 Cover of CANTTEX Field Manual

Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: CANTTEX Field Manual A

Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: CANTTEX Field Manual B

David Bean, Greg Henry, and Sandra Rolph, CANTTEXScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Downed Woody DebrisTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Downed Woody DebrisEnvironment Canada, Ontario Ministry of Natural ResourcesScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Exotic and Invasive PlantsTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Exotic and Invasive PlantsErich HaberScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Framework for Monitoring Biodiversity Change within the EMAN in CanadaFramework for Monitoring Biodiversity Change (species and species groups) within the Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network in CanadaPatricia Roberts-PichetteScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Monitoring Birds in Small Geographic AreasMonitoring Birds in Small Geographic AreasCanadian Wildlife ServiceScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitroing Protocol: Parasites of Amphibians and ReptilesTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Parasites of Amphibians and ReptilesTimothy M. Goater and Cameron P. GoaterScientific professionals
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Parasites of BirdsTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Parasites of BirdsJ. Daniel McLaughlinScientific professionals
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Ptotocol: Plant CollectionsTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Plant CollectionsEnvironment CanadaScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Plant PhenologyTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Plant PhenologyEnvironment CanadaScientific professionals, community groups, individuals
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Plethodontid SalamandersTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Plethodontid Salamanders and accompanying data toolEnvironment Canada, Parks CanadaScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Regeneration and Sapling SurveyTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Regeneration and Sapling SurveyEnvironment Canada, Canadian Forest ServiceScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Soil TemperatureTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Soil TemperatureEnvironment CanadaScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Terrestrial VegetationTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Terrestrial Vegetation*P. Roberts-Pichette and Lynn GillespieScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitroing Protocol: Tree HealthTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Tree Health and the accompanying Tree Health Data Analysis toolEnvironment Canada, Canadian Forest Service and Robert SajanScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Worm Species RichnessTerrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Worm Species RichnessEnvironment CanadaScientific professionals, community groups, individuals
 Link to Lichen Identification Field Guide for the Boreal ForestLichen Identification Field Guide for the Boreal ForestIrwin M. Brodo and Brian CraigScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Lichen Identification Field Guide for the Mixed Hardwood Forest

Lichen Identification Field Guide for the Mixed Hardwood Forest

 

Irwin M. Brodo and Brian CraigScientific professionals, community groups
 Cover of Lichen Identification Field Guide for the West Coast Forest

Lichen Identification Field Guide for the West Coast Forest

 

Irwin M. Brodo, Brian Craig and Fred RhoadesScientific professionals, community groups

* Please note that this protocol integrates the following: canopy tree stratum, shrub and small tree stratum, ground vegetation stratum and vegetation gradient