A-18.1, r. 0.01 - Regulation respecting the sustainable development of forests in the domain of the State

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SCHEDULE 3
SITES HAVING LONG-TERM SOIL FERTILITY PROBLEMS
In forest stands belonging to the ecological sub-regions and ecological types indicated in the table below, branches must be left in the felling areas, near the stumps, in order to prevent a long-term loss of soil fertility.
Ecological sub-regionEcological typeType of potential vegetation
2aTFC10Red oak forest on very shallow soil
2bT, 4cTFE30Sugar maple-yellow birch forest
3aS, 4bT, 4cM, 4dTFE31
4cMFE35
4dMFE40
2bTFE42Sugar maple, yellow birch, beech forest
2bTFE50Sugar maple-ironwood forest on very shallow soil
2aT, 3cMFE60Sugar maple, red oak forest on very shallow soil
1aTFO14Elm, black ash forest
3aM, 3bMFO18
1aT, 2aT, 3cTMF14Black ash, fir forest
3cS, 3cT, 4aTMJ11Yellow birch, fir, sugar maple forest
3cTMJ14
4dMMS11Yellow birch, fir forest
4cTMJ26
3cM, 4bTMJ21Fir, yellow birch forest
3cMMS20Fir, white birch forest
3aM, 6dTMS21
3bMRC38White cedar, fir forest on organic soil
3cSRE24Black spruce, feathermoss, ericaeous forest
1aT, 2aT, 2bT, 2cT, 3aM, 3aS, 3aT, 3bM, 3bT, 3cM, 3cS, 3cT, 3dM, 3dT, 4aT, 4bM, 4bS, 4bT, 4cM, 4cT, 4dM, 4dT, 4eT, 4fS, 4fT, 4gT, 4hT, 5aT, 5bT, 5cM, 5cS, 5cT, 5dM, 5dT, 5eS, 5eT, 5fS, 5fT, 5gT, 5hT, 5jT, 6aT, 6bT, 6cT, 6dT, 6eT, 6fT, 6gT, 6hT, 6iS, 6iT, 6jS, 6jT, 6kT, 6iT, 6mT, 6nT, 6pTRE39Black spruce, sphagnum forest on ombrotrophic, hydric, organic soil
2aTRP14White or red pine forest
3cMRS11Fir,white cedar forest
3cTRS14
1aT, 2aT, 2bT, 2cT, 3aM, 3aS, 3aT, 3bM, 3bT, 3cM, 3cS, 3cT, 3dM, 3dT, 4aT, 4bM, 4bS, 4bT, 4cM, 4cT, 4dM, 4dT, 4eT, 4gT, 4hT, 5aT, 5bT, 5cM, 5cS, 5cT, 5dM, 5dT, 5eT, 5fS, 5fT, 5gT, 5hT, 5iS, 5iT, 5jT, 6aT, 6cT, 6dT, 6eT, 6fT, 6gT, 6hT, 6iS, 6iT, 6jS, 6jT, 6kT, 6iT, 6mT, 6nT, 6pTRS39Fir, black spruce, sphagnum forest on ombrotrophic, hydric, organic soil
3cSRT10Hemlock forest
3cMRT11
3cSRT12
Source: Ouimet, R, et L. Duchesne. 2009. Évaluation des types écologiques forestiers sensibles à l’appauvrissement des sols en minéraux par la récolte de biomasse. MRNF, Direction de la recherche forestière. Rapport hors série. 26 p.
473-2017O.C. 473-2017, Sch. 3.
SCHEDULE 3
SITES HAVING LONG-TERM SOIL FERTILITY PROBLEMS
In forest stands belonging to the ecological sub-regions and ecological types indicated in the table below, branches must be left in the felling areas, near the stumps, in order to prevent a long-term loss of soil fertility.
Ecological sub-regionEcological typeType of potential vegetation
2aTFC10Red oak forest on very shallow soil
2bT, 4cTFE30Sugar maple-yellow birch forest
3aS, 4bT, 4cM, 4dTFE31
4cMFE35
4dMFE40
2bTFE42Sugar maple, yellow birch, beech forest
2bTFE50Sugar maple-ironwood forest on very shallow soil
2aT, 3cMFE60Sugar maple, red oak forest on very shallow soil
1aTFO14Elm, black ash forest
3aM, 3bMFO18
1aT, 2aT, 3cTMF14Black ash, fir forest
3cS, 3cT, 4aTMJ11Yellow birch, fir, sugar maple forest
3cTMJ14
4dMMS11Yellow birch, fir forest
4cTMJ26
3cM, 4bTMJ21Fir, yellow birch forest
3cMMS20Fir, white birch forest
3aM, 6dTMS21
3bMRC38White cedar, fir forest on organic soil
3cSRE24Black spruce, feathermoss, ericaeous forest
1aT, 2aT, 2bT, 2cT, 3aM, 3aS, 3aT, 3bM, 3bT, 3cM, 3cS, 3cT, 3dM, 3dT, 4aT, 4bM, 4bS, 4bT, 4cM, 4cT, 4dM, 4dT, 4eT, 4fS, 4fT, 4gT, 4hT, 5aT, 5bT, 5cM, 5cS, 5cT, 5dM, 5dT, 5eS, 5eT, 5fS, 5fT, 5gT, 5hT, 5jT, 6aT, 6bT, 6cT, 6dT, 6eT, 6fT, 6gT, 6hT, 6iS, 6iT, 6jS, 6jT, 6kT, 6iT, 6mT, 6nT, 6pTRE39Black spruce, sphagnum forest on ombrotrophic, hydric, organic soil
2aTRP14White or red pine forest
3cMRS11Fir,white cedar forest
3cTRS14
1aT, 2aT, 2bT, 2cT, 3aM, 3aS, 3aT, 3bM, 3bT, 3cM, 3cS, 3cT, 3dM, 3dT, 4aT, 4bM, 4bS, 4bT, 4cM, 4cT, 4dM, 4dT, 4eT, 4gT, 4hT, 5aT, 5bT, 5cM, 5cS, 5cT, 5dM, 5dT, 5eT, 5fS, 5fT, 5gT, 5hT, 5iS, 5iT, 5jT, 6aT, 6cT, 6dT, 6eT, 6fT, 6gT, 6hT, 6iS, 6iT, 6jS, 6jT, 6kT, 6iT, 6mT, 6nT, 6pTRS39Fir, black spruce, sphagnum forest on ombrotrophic, hydric, organic soil
3cSRT10Hemlock forest
3cMRT11
3cSRT12
Source: Ouimet, R, et L. Duchesne. 2009. Évaluation des types écologiques forestiers sensibles à l’appauvrissement des sols en minéraux par la récolte de biomasse. MRNF, Direction de la recherche forestière. Rapport hors série. 26 p.
473-2017O.C. 473-2017, Sch. 3.