Instructor
Forest Sciences Centre 2301
2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T1Z4
Canada
work phone: 6048220613

Previous Students, Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants


Current Courses

FRST 555

FRST 557

FRST 558

Winter 2016

FRST202 Forest Ecology Sections

The Ecosystem concept; energy biomass and nutrient cycling; the physical environment; population and community ecology; succession, Biogeoclimatic classification and some coastal ecosystems. Available only through Distance Education.

Winter 2016

FRST424 Sustainable Forest Management Sections

Integration of biophysical and socio-economic components of forest management.

Winter 2016

FRST557 Site-Level Forest Land Management Sections

Design and implementation of site-level plans that integrate ecological, social, and economic components: silviculture, forest operations, and forest health.

Winter 2016

FRST558 Landscape-Level Forest Land Management Sections

Preparation of landscape-level sustainable forest management plans that integrate ecological, social, and economic components.

Selected Publications


Lerner, J. M.; Rossing, T.; DeLong, D.L.; Holmes, R. McRory, W.; Mylnowski, T., Oppermann, N (2010). Xeni-Gwet’in Community-based Climate Change Adaptation Plan. Project Report. Dept. of Indian and Northern Affairs. 86pp.
Lerner, J.M. and D.L. DeLong (2010). Xeni Gwet’in wood demand analysis. Project Report. Dept. of Indian and Northern Affairs. 20pp.
Lerner, J.M. and D.L. DeLong (2008). Market opportunities in the US Mountain States for Pre-built housing. Project Report for BCWood. Forestry Innovative Investment, FII, Vancouver BC.
Lerner, J.M. and D.L. DeLong (2008). Clayoquot forest value-added: Opportunities for Iisaak Forest Resources and Beyond Ecotrust Canada. Report #2. 37pp
DeLong, D.L., R.A. Kozak and D.H. Cohen (2007). Overview of the Canadian Value-Added Wood Products Sector and the Competitive Factors that Contribute to its Success. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37(11):2211-2226.
DeLong, D.L. and J.M. Lerner (2007). Market study of cabinet opportunities in resort communities of North Eastern California Project Report for BCWood. Forestry Innovative Investment, FII, Vancouver, BC
DeLong, D.L. and J.M. Lerner (2007). An investigation of the Green Building Market in the State of California and its relevance to the BC cabinet industry. Report for BCWood. Forestry Innovative Investment, FII, Vancouver, BC.
D.L. DeLong, S.W., Simard, P.G. Comeau, P.R, Dykstra, S.J. Mitchell (2004). Survival and growth response of seedlings in root disease infected partial cuts in the Interior Cedar Hemlock zone of southeastern Britich Columbia Forest Ecology and Management. 206:2365-2379.
Smith, J. and D.L. DeLong (1999). The West Arm Demonstration Forest—Rising to the Challenge Forestry Chronicle, Vol. 75, No. 3.
Vyse, A. and D.L. DeLong. (1995). Old and New silviculture in the Cedar-Hemlock Forests of British Columbia’s Southern Interior In Proceedings of a symposium on Interior Cedar-Hemlock-Whitepine forests: Ecology and Management, Spokane, Washington (RP94-31).
DeLong, D.L (1995). A Retrospective Investigation of Advanced Western Redcedar Regeneration in the ICHwk1, ICHmw2, and ICHmw1 of the Nelson Forest Region EP1174. BC Ministry of Forests, Nelson BC. TR-011
DeLong, D.L (1991). Partial cutting prescriptions in southern British Columbia Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada. Vancouver, BC. Interim Report.