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A long term challenge for the BC interior : Long term challenge for the British Columbia interior : the mountain pine beetle epidemic




While housing markets • The current mountain pine beetle epidemic (MPB) has inevitably recover, the ongoing Mountain Pine Beetle peaked in most areas of the B. C. interior, but economic (hereafter MPB or beetle) epidemic attacking interior B. C. impacts to employment impacts to persist in the forest areas will result in lower harvests and negatively following decades impact the economic and employ [...] This includes both the direct employment in the downstream industries related to the forestry industry. [...] The table on page 9 depicts the AAC levels for TSAs in the B. C. Interior for the year 2000 and The most significant impacts of.


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