Thunder Bay • Orillia

Honours Bachelor of Science (Water Resource Science Major)(TB) - Canadian Forest Plant Species

Natural Resources Management 1010 Canadian Forest Plant Species
An introduction to the identification of trees of Canada including important introduced species. Lab instruction builds upon field school experience and emphasizes identification, classification, site requirements and uses of important species. Lecture instruction emphasizes relevant conifer and hardwood morphology, taxonomy, Canadian forest vegetation and elementary ecological concepts. Scientific names and terminology are used in lectures, laboratory work and examinations. Each student is required to complete a plant collection and to pass an outdoor tree identification test.
Credit Weight: 0.5

 Fieldschool required as co-requisite: Natural Resources Management 1094 (for NRM students) or Water Resource Science 1094 (for non-NRM students);

Natural Resources Management 0190 (non-NRM students are not required to take 0190 and may request special permission to register for 1010 without taking 0190)

Offering: 2-3; 0-0
Notes: NOTE: Please see fieldschool equipment list on as proper equipment is required to attend the co-requisite fieldschool (NRMT-1094 or WATE-1094)
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences