The objectives of this presentation are to bring awareness to the relationship between roads and climate change; definite resource road resiliency and adaption; understand the process to identify risks and vulnerabilities to resource roads; review the results from three case studies in BC; and to highlight key learnings and future efforts.
There was no change to the moisture content of any of the western hemlock log sample sets during the study period between 1 Dec 2014 and 5 mar 2015. It seems that this lack of change is related to stability in environmental humidity experienced by the logs. Whether or not time since cutting influences the ability of Hw logs to change moisture content could not be conclusively determined by the study.
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The following presentation highlights the common construction practices for building resource road subgrades using the brushmat technique. You will learn about the role of the subgrade, construction techniques, equipment, and options common for secondary/tertiary roads.