Our instructors and executive team have provided some supplementary resources that will enhance your learning during the soil ID course. These are by no means required, but will be pertinent.
Soils of the Horsefly area (introductory material and the following soil associations: Keno Lake, Ptarmigan, Spanish Lake, Spakwaniko, Saxton, McGreggor, Heger)
Soils of the Taseko Lakes Area (introductory material and the following soil associations: Chilcotin, Dog Creek)
Soils of the Williams Lake and Alexis Creek Area (introductory material and the following soil associations: Chimney, Williams Lake)
Steen and Coupe, 1997. A field guide to site identification in the Cariboo forest region. LMH 39. [relevant material: Ch 4, Ch 5 (ICH, IDF, BG & SBS), Ch 6 (BGxh3, BGxw2, SBSmh, IDFdk3, IDFxm, ICHwk2)]
Province of British Columbia, 2015. Field Manual for Describing Terrestrial Ecosystems, 2nd Edition. LMH 25 (relevant material, Ch1, Ch2, Ch9).
Tipper, 1971. Glacial geomorphology and Pleistocene history of central British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 196.
Marsh et al. 2006. Composition and function of biological soil crust communities along topographic gradients in grasslands of central interior British Columbia and southwestern Yukon.
Harvey et al. 2017. Mixed-severity fire history at a forest-grassland ecotone in west central British Columbia, Canada.
Panteleyev et al. 1996. Geology and mineral deposits of the Quesnel River – Horsefly map area, central Quesnel trough, British Columbia.
Steele et al. 2007. Cariboo-Chilcotin ecosystem restoration plan: grassland benchmark.