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Year  Area in FMA
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19050      
1906       
1907       
1908       
1909       
1910       
1911       
1912       
1913       
1914       
19150      
1916       
1917       
1918       
1919       
1920       
1921       
1922       
1923       
1924       
19250      
1926       
1927       
1928       
1929       
1930   554   
1931   1,218   
1932   1,848   
1933   2,490   
1934   3,055   
19350  4,196   
1936   3,923   
1937   5,588   
1938   4,364   
1939   4,196   
1940   5,608   
1941   8,063   
1942   7,593   
1943   6,491   
1944   11,501   
19450  8,758   
1946   10,580   
1947   12,329   
1948   10,702   
1949   7,949   
1950   11,290   
1951   12,234   
1952   11,651   
1953   10,593   
1954   11,068   
1955995,400  11,575   
1956   13,543   
1957   12,119   
1958   13,292   
1959   14,548   
1960   12,080   
1961   12,080   
1962   9,000   
1963   15,870   
1964   14,880   
19652,090,600  14,390   
1966   14,830   
1967   12,910   
1968   16,340   
1969   17,685   
1970   17,090   
1971   16,020   
1972   19,625   
1973   24,980   
1974   20,755   
19755,105,500  21,420   
1976   19,060   
1977   21,450   
1978   22,103   
1979   24,689   
1980   24,056   
1981   20,424   
1982   27,864   
1983   34,870   
1984   29,290   
198520,040,800  34,612   
1986   38,811   
1987   40,248   
1988   42,538   
1989   41,688   
1990   47,671   
1991   50,628   
1992   53,147   
1993   57,080   
1994   74,298   
199520,327,400  65,321   
1996   61,105   
1997   62,738   
1998   61,252   
1999       
2000       
2001       
2002       
2003       
2004       
200520,327,400      
 

References and Related Online Materials

Area in FMA:

Source: National Forestry Data Base

Notes:
--> Unfortunately, the National Foresty Database no longer reports this variable.
--> A Forestry Management Area (FMA) is defined as: A type of forest tenure defined by a contract between the province of Alberta and the FMA holder whereby the province provides an area-based Crown timber supply. The FMA gives the FMA holder the right to access the Crown fibre. In return, the FMA holder commits to forest management responsibilities, which may change from time to time. 

Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (no date). Glossary of Terms. http://www.srd.alberta.ca/ManagingPrograms/ForestManagement/ForestManagementStatistics/documents/ForestManagement-GlossaryOfTerms-Aug2009.pdf (accessed July 6, 2010). 

New Cutblock Area:

National Forestry Data Base

Note: Unfortunately, the National Foresty Database no longer reports this variable.