Aspen Bibliography

Aspen Bibliography

 
As the most widespread tree species in North America, Quaking Aspen systems provide an array of natural resource products and uses. Often among the most biologically diverse systems in a given landscape, the condition of aspen forests affects the status of numerous floral and faunal associates. Concern over the health, sustainability, aesthetics, and economic value of aspen has spawned a large body of literature in both basic and applied research. The Aspen Bibliography, sponsored by the Quinney Natural Resources Research Library and housed at Merrill-Cazier Library on the Utah State University campus, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references. Your feedback and participation in updating this database is important to us. If there are items you are aware of related to aspen ecology that are not found in this database, please contact the Aspen Bibliography administrator at quinneylibrary@gmail.com with the citation or mail a hardcopy of the document to Aspen Bibliography - Quinney Library, 5260 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322. All information is provided as is. While every effort is being made to ensure that the information provided is accurate and up-to-date, errors may occur. Also, we provide many links to external web sites. Sometimes the links provided are moved or removed creating a broken link. If you think you have discovered a broken link or an error please notify us at quinneylibrary@aggiemail.usu.edu.

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Herbivory strains resilience in drought-prone aspen landscapes of the western United States, Paul C. Rogers; Journal of Vegetations Science

2013

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Drought's legacy: multiyear hydraulic deterioration underlies widespread aspen forest die-off and portends increased future risk, William R.L. Anderegg, Lenka Plavcova, Leander D.L. Anderegg, Uwe G. Hacke, Joseph A. Berry, and Christopher B. Field; Global Change Biology

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The predominance of stand composition and structure over direct climatic and site effects in explaining aspen (Populus tremuloides Michaux) site index within boreal and temperate forests of western Quebec, Canada, Kenneth A. Anyomi, Frederic Raulier, Yves Bergeron, and Daniel Mailly; Forest Ecology and Management

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Are wolves saving Yellowstone's aspen? A landscape-level test of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade: comment, Robert L. Beschta and William J. Ripple; Ecology

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Disentangling herbivore impacts on Populus tremuloides: a comparison of native ungulates and cattle in Canada’s Aspen Parkland, Edward W. Bork, Cameron N. Carlyle, James F. Cahill, Rae E. Haddow, and Robert J. Hudson; Oecologia

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Continental-scale assessment of genetic diversity and population structure in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), Colin M. Callahan, Carol A. Rowe, Ronald J. Ryel, John D. Shaw, Michael D. Madritch, and Karen E. Mock; Journal of Biogeography

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Long-term exposure to elevated CO2 and O3 alters aspen foliar chemistry across developmental stages, J. J. Couture, L. M. Holeski, and R. L. Lindroth; Plant, Cell & Environment

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Persistence of tree cavities used by cavity-nesting vertebrates declines in harvested forests, Amanda B. Edworthy and Kathy Martin; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Wolf, elk, and aspen food web relationships: Context and complexity, Cristina Eisenberg, S. Trent Seager, and David E. Hibbs; Forest Ecology and Management

Clonal Diversity of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides): How Multiple Clones May Add to Theresilience and Persistence of this Forest Type, Richard Scott Gardner

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Native Bees Associated with Isolated Aspen Stands in Pacific Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie, Natalie Gonzalez, Sandra J. DeBano, Chiho Kimoto, Robert V. Taylor, Carmen Tubbesing, and Christopher Strohm; Natural Areas Journal

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Prescribed Burning Has Limited Long-Term Effectiveness in Controlling Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Encroachment into Fescue Grassland in Prince Albert National Park, Digit D. Guedo and Eric G. Lamb; The Canadian Field-Naturalist

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Survival and Vitality of a Macrolichen 14 Years After Transplantation on Aspen Trees Retained at Clearcutting, Lena Gustafsson, Katja Fedrowitz, and Per Hazell; Forest Ecology and Management

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A simple soil moisture index for representing multi-year drought impacts on aspen productivity in the western Canadian interior, E. H. Hogg, A. G. Barr, and T. A. Black; Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

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Aquatic Ecosystem Response to Timber Harvesting for the Purpose of Restoring Aspen, Bobette E. Jones, Monika Krupa, and Kenneth W. Tate; PLoS ONE

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Soil and Tree Chemistry Reflected the Cumulative Impact of Acid Deposition in Pinus banksiana and Populus tremuloides Stands in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region in Western Canada, Kangho Jung and Scott X. Chang; Ecological Indicators

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Soil and Tree Ring Chemistry of Pinus banksiana and Populus tremuloides Stands as Indicators of Changes in Atmospheric Environments in the Oil Sands Region of Alberta, Canada, Kangho Jung, Woo-Jung Choi, Scott X. Chang, and M A. Arshad; Ecological Indicators

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Are wolves saving Yellowstone's aspen? A landscape-level test of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade: reply, Matthew J. Kauffman, Jedediah F. Brodie, and Erik S. Jules; Ecology

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Long-term aspen cover change in the western US, Dominik Kulakowski, Margot W. Kaye, and Daniel M. Kashian; Forest Ecology and Management

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Compounded disturbances in sub-alpine forests in western Colorado favour future dominance by quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), Dominik Kulakowski, Carolyn Matthres, Daniel Jarvis, and Thomas T. Veblen; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Avian Response to Frost-Damaged Aspen in Northern Utah, Andreas Leidolf and Ronald J. Ryel; Western North American Naturalist

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Adaptations of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) for defense against herbivores, Richard L. Lindroth and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effects of soil moisture and species composition on growth and productivity of trembling aspen and white spruce in planted mixtures: 5-year results, Rongzhou Man and Ken J. Greenway; New Forests

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Photosynthetic and morphological responses of white birch, balsam poplar, and trembling aspen to freezing and artificial defoliation, Rongzhou Man, Pengxin Lu, Steve Colombo, Junlin Li, and Qing-Lai Dang; Botany

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Molecular tools and aspen management: A primer and prospectus, Karen E. Mock, Bryce A. Richardson, and Paul G. Wolf; Forest Ecology and Management

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Can elevated CO2 and ozone shift the genetic composition of aspen (Populus tremuloides) stands?, Emily V. Moran and Mark E. Kubiske; New Phytologist

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Using Fire Regimes to Delineate Zones in a High-resolution Lake Sediment Record From the Western United States, Jesse L. Morris, Andrea Brunelle, R. Justin DeRose, Heikki Seppa, Mitchell J. Power, Vachel Carter, and Ryan Bares; Quaternary Research

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Holocene vegetation and fire reconstructions from the Aquarius Plateau, Utah, USA, Jesse L. Morris, Andrea Brunelle, A. Steven Munson, Jessica Spencer, and Mitchell J. Power; Quaternary International

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Effects of a Forest Tent Caterpillar Outbreak on the Dynamics of Mixedwood Boreal Forests of Eastern Canada, Julien Moulinier, François Lorenzetti, and Yves Bergeron; Ecoscience

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Elk herbivory alters small mammal assemblages in high-elevation drainages, Elliott W.R. Parsons, John L. Maron, and Thomas E. Martin; Journal of Animal Ecology

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How will aspen respond to mountain pine beetle? A review of literature and discussion of knowledge gaps, Kristen A. Pelz and Frederick W. Smith; Forest Ecology and Management

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Elk (Cervus elaphus) Seasonal Habitat Selection in a Heterogeneous Forest Structure, Jesse N. Popp, David N.C. McGeachy, and Josef Hamr; International Journal of Forestry Research

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Transcriptome characterization and detection of gene expression differences in aspen (Populus tremuloides), Hardeep S. Rai, Karen E. Mock, Bryce A. Richardson, Richard C. Cronn, Katherine J. Hayden, Jessica W. Wright, Brian J. Knaus, and Paul G. Wolf; Tree Genetics & Genomes

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Static and dynamic maximum size–density relationships for mixed trembling aspen and white spruce stands in western Canada, Valentin Reyes-Hernandez, Philip G. Comeau, and Mike Bokalo; Forest Ecology and Management

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Resilience in Quaking Aspen: Recent Advances and Future Needs, Paul C. Rogers, C. Eisenberg, and S. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Resilience in Quaking Aspen: Recent advances and future needs, Paul C. Rogers, Cristina Eisenberg, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

Wolf Creek Ranch Aspen Monitoring Report, Paul C. Rogers, Allison Jones, James Catlin, James Shuler, Arthur Morris, and MIchael Kuhns; Western Aspen Alliance

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Conservation of epiphytes: Single large or several small host trees?, Fride Høistad Schei, Hans H. Blom, Ivar Gjerde, John-Arvid Grytnes, Einar Heegarrd, and Magne Sætersdal; Biological Conservation

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Frost hardiness vs. growth performance in trembling aspen: an experimental test of assisted migration, Stefan G. Schreiber, Chen Ding, Andreas Hamann, Uwe G. Hacke, Barb R. Thomas, and Jean S. Brouard; Journal of Applied Ecology

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Patterns and consequences of ungulate herbivory on aspen in western North America, S. Trent Seager, Cristina Eisenberg, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Fire regimes of quaking aspen in the Mountain West, D. J. Shinneman, W. L. Baker, Paul C. Rogers, and D. Kulakowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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Fire regimes of quaking aspen in the Mountain West, Douglas J. Shinneman, William L. Baker, Paul C. Rogers, and Dominik Kulakowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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The role of facilitation and competition in the development and resilience of aspen forests, Samuel B. St. Clair, Xavier Cavard, and Yves Bergeron; Forest Ecology and Management

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Stand-level Attributes of Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus) Habitat in a Post-Fire Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Chronosequence in Central Yukon, Wayne L. Strong and Thomas S. Jung; The Canadian Field-Naturalist

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Trophic cascades: linking ungulates to shrub-dependent birds and butterflies, Kristine J. Teichman, Scott E. Nielsen, and Jens Roland; Journal of Animal Ecology

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Influence of Weather Conditions on the Surface Morphology and Wetting Behaviour of Superhydrophobic Quaking Aspen Leaves, J. J. Victor and U. Erb; American Journal of Plant Sciences

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Long-term impact of a leaf miner outbreak on the performance of quaking aspen, Diane Wagner and Patricia Doak; Canadian Journal of Forest Reserch

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Elevated growth temperatures alter hydraulic characteristics in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings: implications for tree drought tolerance, Danielle A. Way, Jean-Christophe Domec, and Robert B. Jackson; Plant, Cell & Environment

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Recent declines of Populus tremuloides in North America linked to climate, James J. Worrall, Gerald E. Rehfeldt, Andreas Hamann, Edward H. Hogg, Suzanne B. Marchetti, Michael Michaelian, and Laura K. Gray; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effects of Widespread Drought-Induced Aspen Mortality on Understory Plants, William R.L. Anderegg, Leander D.L. Anderegg, Clare Sherman, and Daniel S. Karp; Conservation Biology

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Roles of hydraulic and carbon stress in a widespread climate-induced forest die-off, William RL Anderegg, Joseph A. Berry, Duncan D. Smith, John S. Sperry, Leander DL Anderegg, and Christopher B. Field; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences PNAS

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Using Height Growth to Model Local and Regional Response of Trembling Aspen to Climate Within the Boreal Forest of Western Quebec, Kenneth A. Anyomi, Frederic Raulier, Daniel Mailly, Martin P. Girardin, and Yves Bergeron; Ecological Modelling

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Climate Change has Indirect Effects on Resource use and Overlap among Coexisting Bird Species with Negative Consequences for their Reproductive Success, Sonya K. Auer and Thomas E. Martin; Global Change Biology

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Geographic Patterns and Stand Variables Influencing Growth and Vigor of Populus tremuloides in the Sierra Nevada (USA), John-Pascal Berrill and Christa M. Dagley; ISRN Forestry

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Identifying Suitable Woodpecker Nest Trees Using Decay Selection Profiles in Trembling Aspen, Lori A. Blanc and Kathy Martin; Forest Ecology and Management

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Climate Change Intensification of Herbivore Impacts on Tree Recruitment, Jedediah Brodie, Eric Post, Fred Watson, and Joel Berger; Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences

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Facilitation Drives Mortality Patterns Along Succession Gradients of Aspen-conifer Forests, W. John Calder and Samuel B. St. Clair; Ecosphere

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Relationships Between Genetic Diversity, Clonal Structure and Sudden Aspen Decline in Kaibab National Forest, Arizona, Groves Bayne Dixon

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Elk Hunting of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge : Impacts on Elk Movement and Aspen Regeneration, Christopher E. Dwight

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Changes in Avian and Plant Communities of Aspen Woodlands over 12 Years after Livestock Removal in the Northwestern Great Basin, Susan L. Earnst, David S. Dobkin, and Jennifer A. Ballard; Conservation Biology

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Effects of ungulate herbivory on aspen, cottonwood, and willow development under forest fuels treatment regimes, Bryan A. Endress, Michael J. Wisdom, Martin Vavra, Catherine G. Parks, Brian L. Dick, Bridgett J. Naylor, and Jennifer M. Boyd; Forest Ecology and Managment

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Metapopulation Dynamics and Future Persistence of Epiphytic Cyanolichens in a European Boreal Forest Ecosystem, Katja Fedrowitz, Mikko Kuusinen, and Tord Snall; Journal of Applied Ecology

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Influences of climate on aspen dieback, Philip Hanna and Dominik Kulakowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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Large drought-induced aboveground live biomass losses in southern Rocky Mountain aspen forests, Cho-Ying Huang and William R.L. Anderegg; Global Change Biology

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Herbivore-simulated Induction of Defenses in Clonal Networks of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides), Hana Jelinkova, Francine Tremblay, and Annie Desrochers; Tree Physiology

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Impact of harvesting intensity on wood-inhabiting fungi in boreal aspen forests of Eastern Canada, Hedi Kebli, Suzanne Brais, Gavin Kernaghan, and Pascal Drouin; Forest Ecology and Management

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SNP discovery, gene diversity, and linkage disequilibrium in wild populations of Populus tremuloides, Colin T. Kelleher; Tree Genetics & Genomes

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Forest restoration in a surface fire-dependent ecosystem: an example from a mixed conifer forest, southwestern Colorado, USA, Julie E. Korb, Peter Z. Fule, and Michael T. Stoddard; Forest Ecology and Management

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Aspen Restoration in the Eastern Sierra Nevada: Effectiveness of Prescribed Fire and Conifer Removal, Kevin D. Krasnow, Anne S. Halford, and Scott L. Stephens; Fire Ecology

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Effect of Stock Type Characteristics and Time of Planting on Field Performance of Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) Seedlings on Boreal Reclamation Sites, Simon M. Landhausser, Javier Rodriguez-Alvarez, Eckehart H. Marenholtz, and Victor J. Lieffers; New Forests

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Distribution of White Spruce Lateral Fine Roots as Affected by the Presence of Trembling Aspen: Root Mapping Using Simple Sequence Repeat DNA Profiling, Derek J. Lawrence; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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The Interplay of Plant and Animal Disease in a Changing Landscape: The Role of Sudden Aspen Decline in Moderating Sin Nombre Virus Prevalence in Natural Deer Mouse Populations, Erin M. Lehmer; EcoHealth

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Using Inventory Data to Determine the Impact of Drought on Tree Mortality, Greg C. Liknes, Christopher W. Woodall, and Charles H. Perry

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Understanding Cumulative Effects of Aspen Harvest on Wildlife Habitat and Timber Resources in Northern Michigan, Alexandra Locher, Henry Campa, Larry Leefers, and Dean E. Beyer; Northern Journal of Applied Forestry

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Changing Perspectives on Regeneration Ecology and Genetic Diversity in Western Quaking Aspen: Implications for Silviculture, James N. Long and Karen Mock; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Aspen and Willow Restoration Using Beaver on the Northern Yellowstone Winter Range, Samuel D. McColley, Daniel B. Tyers, and Bok F. Sowell; Restoration Ecology

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Fire-induced shifts in overstory tree species composition and associated understory plant composition in Glacier National Park, Montana, David A. McKenzie and Daniel B. Tinker; Plant Ecology

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Arthropod Community Similarity in Clonal Stands of Aspen: A Test of the Genetic Similarity Rule, Nashelly Meneses; Ecoscience

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Exploring A Stable Aspen Niche Within Aspen-Conifer Forests of Utah, Cody M. Mittanck

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Widespread Triploidy in Western North American Aspen (Populus tremuloides), Karen E. Mock, Colin M. Callahan, M. Nurul Islam-Faridi, John D. Shaw, Hardeep S. Rai, Stewart C. Sanderson, Carol A. Rowe, Ronald J. Ryel, Michael D. Madritch, Richard S. Gardner, and Paul G. Wolf; PLOS One

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Response of Transplanted Aspen to Irrigation and Weeding on a Colorado Reclaimed Surface Coal Mine, Robert C. Musselman, Wayne D. Shepperd, Frederick W. Smith, Lance A. Asherin, and Brain W. Gee; USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station

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Canopy and Edge Activity of Bats in a Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Forest, T W. Pettit and K T. Wilkins; Canadian Journal of Zoology

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Canopy and Edge Activity of Bats in a Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Forest, T W. Pettit and K T. Wilkins; Canadian Journal of Zoology

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Trembling aspen seedling establishment, growth and response to fertilization on contrasting soils used in oil sands reclamation, Bradley D. Pinno, Simon M. Landhausser, M. Derek Mackenzie, Sylvie A. Quideau, and Pak S. Chow; Canadian Journal of Soil Sciences

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Repeated insect outbreaks promote multi-cohart aspen mixedwood forests in northern Minnesota, USA, Michael Reinikainen, Anthony W. D'Amato, and Shawn Fraver; Forest Ecology and Management

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Decadal-scale aspen changes: evidence in remote sensing and tree ring data, Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey; Applied Vegetation Science

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Adaptation of Trembling Aspen and Hybrid Poplars to Frost and Drought: Implications for Selection and Movement of Planting Stock in Western Canada, Stefan Georg Schreiber

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Factors affecting white spruce and aspen survival after partial harvest, Kevin A. Solarik, W. Jan A. Volney, Victor J. Lieffers, John R. Spence, and Andreas Hamann; Journal of Applied Ecology

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Genotypic Differences and Prior Defoliation Affect Re-Growth and Phytochemistry after Coppicing in Populus tremuloides, Michael T. Stevens, Adam C. Gusse, and Richard L. Lindroth; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Time Series Aerial Photography Can Help Land Owners and Managers Understand Local Aspen Dynamics, Eva K. Strand, M. Tess O'Sullivan, and Stephen C. Bunting; Rangelands

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A Simple and Efficient Transient Transformation for Hybrid Aspen (Populus tremula × P. tremuloides), Naoki Takata and Maria E. Eriksson; Plant Methods

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Transcriptome Characterization of the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Laccaria bicolor to Understand Metabolic Reprogramming During Symbiotic Interaction with Populus tremuloides, Geetika Trivedi

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Transfer of Live Aspen Roots as a Reclamation Technique - Effects of Soil Depth, Root Diameter and Fine Root Growth on Root Suckering Ability, Julia Wachowski

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Predation risk, elk, and aspen: tests of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, John A. Winnie Jr.; Ecology

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Populus tremuloides Mortality Near the Southwestern Edge of its Range, Thomas J. Zegler, Margaret M. Moore, Mary L. Fairweather, Kathryn B. Ireland, and Peter Z. Fule; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effect of Increased Populus Cover on Abies Regeneration in the Picea-feathermoss Boreal Forest, Marie-Lyne Arbour and Yves Bergeron; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Subsurface Lateral Flow Generation in Aspen and Conifer-Dominated Hillslopes of a First Order Catchment in Northern Utah, Amy R. Burke and Tamao Kasahara; Hydrological Processes

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Conifer Expansion Reduces the Competitive Ability and Herbivore Defense of Aspen by Modifying Light Environment and Soil Chemistry, W. John Calder, Kevin J. Horn, Samuel B. St. Clair, and Marc Abrams; Tree Physiology

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Mycorrhizas and Secondary Succession in Aspen-Conifer Forests : Light Limitation Differentially Affects a Dominant Early and Late Successional Species, Amy L. Clark and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Predicting Al, Cu, and Zn concentrations in the fine roots of trembling aspen using bulk and rhizosphere soil properties, Benoit Cloutier-Hurteau, Sebastien Sauve, and Francois Courchesne; Canadian Journal of Forest Research