Pine Beetle Infestation in Productive Forests in British Columbia, 1999-2014

By Timber Supply Area (TSA)

Forest Proportions

Nonpine Forest

Pine Forest

The height of the pine forest bar indicates the remaining productive pine forest in the current year, in relation to the amount at the start of 1999.

The red square represents 25 million cubic metres of forest volume.

Percent Loss By TSA

.
79.00% - 81.05%
.
10.00% - 24.99%
.
50.00% - 78.99%
.
5.00% - 9.99%
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0.00% - 0.99%
.
25.00% - 49.99%
.
1.00% - 4.99%

The colour indicates the percentage of productive forest that have been lost up to and including the current year, in relation to the amount at the start of 1999.

Compare & Aggregate TSAs (Use buttons below, then select TSAs from the map)
Data Source: Government of B.C. "Mountain Pine Beetle Projections - Summary of Kills". Excel Spreadsheet. Website. Direct Link.
Timber Supply Areas Boundary Source: TSA Boundaries ca. 1999 received from Mr. Adrian Walton in ESRI Shapefile format.
Note: "Ft. St. James Forest District", "Prince George Forest District" & "Vanderhoof Forest District" are a breakdown of "Prince George Timber Supply Area".
Map by Isaac Boates