Ontario Research Sites (ORS) Database Project
The Ontario Research Sites (ORS) database project has evolved as a joint solution to the need for an electronic method of documenting forestry related research, and for recording historical forest-based scientific research studies within the province of Ontario. The result is an online Internet database that allows a user to search, browse, map, and view details of each included study. By presenting this information on the Internet, at no cost to the end user, the Canadian Forest Service (CFS) is able to showcase past and present studies from any and all research organizations, to the public and scientific community, on a national and international scale.
View Ontario Research Sites (ORS) Database Project publication (Frontline — Technical Note No. 105 — 2006)
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