Criteria and Indicators Data Updates - May 2008

Indicator Figure Download
Indicator 1.2.1 - Status of forest-associated species at risk. Figure 1.2a Change in COSEWIC status of forest-associated species at risk reassessed by COSEWIC by taxonomic group, 1999-2004. PDF | Excel
Indicator 2.2 - Additions and deletions of forest area by cause. Figure 2.2a Estimated annual area of afforestation (1990-2001). PDF | Excel
Indicator 2.3 - Area of forest disturbed by fire, insects, disease, and timber harvest. Figure 2.3a Number of forest fires and area burned in Canada (1975-2005). PDF | Excel
Indicator 2.3 - Area of forest disturbed by fire, insects, disease, and timber harvest. Figure 2.3b Area disturbed by selected insects in Canada (1975-2004). PDF | Excel
Indicator 2.3 - Area of forest disturbed by fire, insects, disease, and timber harvest. Figure 2.3c Area of forest disturbed by harvest in Canada (1975-2004). PDF | Excel
Indicator 4.1.4 - Forest sector carbon emissions. Figure 4.1f Forest sector energy sources. PDF | Excel
Indicator 4.1.4 - Forest sector carbon emissions. Figure 4.1g GHG energy emissions and total energy use. PDF | Excel
Indicator 4.1.4 - Forest sector carbon emissions. Figure 4.1h GHG emissions by fuel type. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.1 - Contribution of timber products to the gross domestic product. Figure 5.1a Contribution of the forest industry to Canada's GDP (%). PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.1 - Contribution of timber products to the gross domestic product. Figure 5.1c Percentage of GDP per subsector, based on NAICS data (1997$). PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.2 - Value of secondary manufacturing of timber products per volume harvested. Figure 5.1d Canadian shipments of secondary manufacturing products per volume harvested. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.2 - Value of secondary manufacturing of timber products per volume harvested.Indicator 5.1.2 - Value of secondary manufacturing of timber products per volume harvested. Figure 5.1e Share of the value added by the primary and secondary manufacturing industries in Canada. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.2 - Value of secondary manufacturing of timber products per volume harvested. Figure 5.1f Jurisdictional share of the value added by the secondary manufacturing industries in Canada PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.2 - Value of secondary manufacturing of timber products per volume harvested. Figure 5.1g Share of the value added by the primary and secondary manufacturing industries within jurisdictions in 2003 PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.3 - Production, consumption, imports, and exports of timber products. Figure 5.1h Canadian softwood lumber production, consumption, and exports. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.3 - Production, consumption, imports, and exports of timber products. Figure 5.1i Canadian newsprint production, consumption, and exports. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.3 - Production, consumption, imports, and exports of timber products. Figure 5.1j Canadian wood pulp production, consumption, and exports. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.1.4 - Contribution of nontimber forest products and forest-based services to the gross domestic product. Figure 5.1k Contribution of maple products to the gross domestic product. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.2.2 - Distribution of financial benefits from the timber products industry. Figure 5.2a Real wages and salaries of total production and nonproduction workers for the logging, wood, and paper industries. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.2.2 - Distribution of financial benefits from the timber products industry. Figure 5.2c Real stumpage charges. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.2.2 - Distribution of financial benefits from the timber products industry. Figure 5.2d Real income taxes for the wood and paper industries. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.3.1 - Annual harvest of timber relative to the level of harvest deemed to be sustainable. Figure 5.3a Allowable annual cut versus actual harvest (provincial crown land), 1990-2004. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.3.3 - Return on capital employed. Figure 5.3b Annual average (1988-2004) of return on capital investment (%) in wood and paper manufacturing. PDF | Excel
Indicator 5.3.5 - Direct, indirect, and induced employment. Figure 5.3f Direct employment (logging and forestry, wood, and paper subsectors). PDF | Excel