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Library on the Utah State University campus, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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Aspen Fencing in Northern Arizona: A 15-Year Perspective, James M. Rolf;

Aspen's Ecological Role in the West, William H. Romme, Lisa Floyd-Hanna, David D. Hanna, and Elisabeth Bartlett

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Manipulative, multi-standard test of a white-tailed deer habitat suitability model, K.D. Rothley; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Economics of fed-batch operation: a computer-aided approach, S.A. Rouf, P.L Douglas, M. Moo-Young, and J.M. Scharer; Bioprocess and biosystems engineering

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Effects of nutrient enrichment and leaf quality on the breakdown of leaves in a hardwater stream, Todd V. Royer and G. Wayne Minshall; Freshwater Biology

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Landscape-scale forest structure in northern New York and potential successional impacts of the 1998 ice storm, B.D. Rubin and P.D. Manion; Forestry Chronicle

Do Pine Trees in Aspen Stands Increase Bird Diversity, Mark A. Rumble, Todd R. Mills, Brian L. Dystra, and Lester D. Flake

Gene stability in transgenic aspen (Populus). II. Molecular characterization of variable expression of transgene in wild and hybrid aspen, Kumar Sandeep, M. Fladung, and S. Kumar; Planta

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A small family of novel CuZn-superoxide dismutases with high isoelectric points in hybrid aspen, Helga Schinkel, Magnus Hertzberg, and Gunnar Wingsle; Planta

Manipulations to Regenerate Aspen Ecosystems, Wayne D. Shepperd

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Above- and below-ground effects of aspen clonal regeneration and succession to conifers, Wayne D. Shepperd, D.L. Bartos, and S.A. Mata; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Sustaining aspen in western landscapes: symposium proceedings; 13-15 June 2000; Grand Junction, CO, Wayne D. Shepperd, Dan Binkley, Dale L. Bartos, Thomas J. Stohlgren, and Lane G. Eskew

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Aspen Restoration in the Blue Mountains of Northeast Oregon, D.M. Shirley and V. Erickson; Sustaining aspen in western landscapes: symposium proceedings, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA, June 13-15, 2000

Brushing effects on conifers and plant communities in the southern interior of British Columbia: summary of PROBE results 1991-2000, S. Simard, J. Heineman, J. Mather, D. Sachs, and A. Vyse; Extension Note British Columbia Ministry of Forests

Rapid assessment of butterfly diversity in a montane landscape, Sara E. Simoson, Paul A. Opler, Thomas J. Stohlgren, and Geneva W. Chong; Biodiversity and Conservation

When ungulates accelerate or decelerate nutrient processes: effects of ungulates on sizes, morphology, nitrogen yield and nutrient processes in two western U.S. National Parks, Francis J. Singer and Katherine Schoenecker

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Trinucleotide repeat microsatellite markers for black poplar (Populus nigra L.), M.J.M. Smulders, J. Van Der Schoot, P. Arens, and B. Vosman; Molecular ecology notes [mol.

In Vitro Propagation of Populus Tremuloides Michauxxp. Tremula L. Hybrids, Grazina Staniene and Audrius Gradeckas; Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences Section B Natural Exact and Applied Sciences

Within-Site Genetic Variation Is Negatively Correlated With Average Stem Diameter in Post-Fire Yellowstone Aspen Seedlings, Michael T. Stevens, Monica G. Turner, Gerald A. Tuskan, William H. Romme, Lee E. Gunter, and Donald M. Waller; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

Response of Damping-Off Fungi on the Presence of Plant Extracts in Agar Substrate, Chrzan Ewa Stompor; Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences Biological Sciences

Lake states aspen productivity following soil compaction and organic matter removal, D.M. Stone; Beyond 2001: a silvicultural odyssey to sustaining terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Proceedings of the 2001 National Silviculture Workshop

Restoration of Aspen-Dominated Ecosystems in the Lake States, Douglas M. Stone, John D. Elioff, Donald V. Potter, Donald B. Peterson, and Robert Wagner

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Predicting Nest Success from Habitat Features in Aspen Forests of the Central Rocky Mountains, H.M. Struempf, D.M. Finch, G. Hayward, and S. Anderson; Sustaining aspen in western landscapes: symposium proceedings, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA, June 13-15, 2000

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Dynamics of Mixtures of Typha latifolia and Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani in Nutrient-enrichment Wetland Experiments, L.J. Svengsouk and W.J. Mitsch; American Midland Naturalist

Hydrologic Recovery of Aspen Clearcuts in Northwestern Alberta, R H. Swanson and R L. Rothwell

Characterizing microscopic behavior of wood under transverse compression. Part II. Effect of species and loading direction, T. Tabarsa, Ying Hei Chui, and Y.H. Chui; Wood and Fiber Science

Photosynthesis, Light, and Nitrogen Interrelationships Throughout a Young Populus Tremuloides Canopy Under Free Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment, Yu Takeuchi; MAI

Types and attributes of old-growth forest in Alberta, Canada, Kevin P. Timoney; Natural Areas Journal

Residual tree retention ameliorates short-term effects of clear-cutting on some boreal songbirds, Rebecca Tittler, Susan J. Hannon, and Michael R. Norton; Residual tree retention ameliorates short-term effects of clear-cutting on some boreal songbirds

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Modelling respiration of vegetation: evidence for a general temperature-dependent Q10, M.G. Tjoelker, J. Oleksyn, and P.B. Reich; Global Change Biology

Response of Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides Michaux) and Hybrid Poplar (Populus Spp.) To Increased Carbon Dioxide in the Greenhouse, Kendall Anne Tupker; MAI

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Biophysical site indices for shade tolerant and intolerant boreal species, Chhun Huor Ung, P.Y. Bernier, F. Raulier, R.A. Fournier, M.C. Lambert, and J. Regniere; Toward the application of process models to sustainable management of southern pine forests'

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Mapping successional boreal forests in interior central Alaska, S.L. Ustin and Q.F. Xiao; International Journal of Remote Sensing

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Substrate limitations to microbial activity in taiga forest floors, E D. Vance and F S. Chapin; Soil Biology and Biochemistry

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Monitoring of spring flower phenology in Nova Scotia: comparison over the last century, L. Vasseur, R.L. Guscott, and P.J. Mudie; Northeastern Naturalist

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Subalpine Forest Damage From a Severe Windstorm in Northern Colorado, Thomas T. Veblen, Dominik Kulakowski, Karen S. Eisenhart, and William L. Baker; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Juniper encroachment into aspen in the northwest Great Basin, T.G. Wall, R.F. Miller, and T.J. Svejcar; Journal of Range Management

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Modelling plant carbon and nitrogen dynamics of a boreal aspen forest in CLASS -- the Canadian Land Surface Scheme, S. Wang, R.F. Grant, D.L. Verseghy, and T.A. Black; Ecological Modelling

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Gender-specific responses of Populus tremuloides to atmospheric CO2 enrichment, Xian Zhong Wang, P.S. Curtis, and X.Z. Wang; New Phytologist

Effects of soil fertility and atmospheric CO2 enrichment on leaf, stem and root dark respiration of Populus tremuloides, X.Z. Wang, P.S. Curtis, and C.S. Vogel; Pedosphere

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Hydraulic conductance in aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings exposed to low root temperatures, Xian Chong Wan, J.J. Zwiazek, V.J. Lieffers, S.M. Landhausser, and X.C. Wan; Tree Physiology

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Root water flow and leaf stomatal conductance in aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings treated with abscisic acid, Xian Chong Wan, J.J. Zwiazek, and X.C. Wan; Planta

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Comparison and analysis of the main technological factors of influencing mechanical properties of scrimber and PSL, Jin Wei-zhu; Journal of Forestry Research

Remote Sensing of Forest Structure and Biophysical Properties Indicating Forest Response to Chronic Nitrogen Deposition, Carol A. Wessman, Gregory Asner, and Nina Buchmann; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

Predation Risk and Elk-Aspen Foraging Patterns, C.A. White and M.C. Feller; Sustaining aspen in western landscapes: symposium proceedings, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA, June 13-15, 2000

Aspen, Elk, and Fire in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Clifford Alexander White; DAI

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Photosynthesis and Light-Use Efficiency by Plants in a Canadian Boreal Forest Ecosystem, David Whitehead and Stith T. Gower; Tree Physiology

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Microclimate of tree cavity nests: is it important for reproductive success in Northern Flickers?, K.L. Wiebe; Auk

Recent Forest Cover Type Transitions and Landscape Structural Changes in Northeast Minnesota, Peter T. Wolter and Mark A. White; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

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Comparison of two-layer and single-layer canopy models with Lagrangian and K-theory approaches in modelling evaporation from forests, A. Wu, A. Black, D.L. Verseghy, and W.G. Bailey; International Journal of Climatology

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A Maximum Likelihood-Based Method for Mining Major Genes Affecting a Quantitative Character, Rongling Wu, Bailian Li, Samuel S. Wu, and George Casella; Biometrics

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Effects of elevated CO2 and O3 on aspen clones varying in O3 sensitivity: can CO2 ameliorate the harmful effects of O3?, B.A. Wustman, E. Oksanen, D.F. Karnosky, A. Noormets, J.G. Isebrands, K.S. Pregitzer, G.R. Hendrey, J. Sober, and G.K. Podila; Environmental Pollution

P-RC alkaline peroxide mechanical pulping of hardwood. 1. Aspen, beech, birch, cottonwood and maple, E.C. Xu; Pulp and Paper Canada

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A generalized logistic model of individual tree mortality for aspen, white spruce, and lodgepole pine in Alberta mixedwood forests, Xiao Hong Yao, S.J. Titus, and S.E. MacDonald; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Simulation of 1-Year-Old Populus Tremuloides Response to Ozone Stress at Ithaca, Usa, and Suwon, Republic of Korea, Sung Chul Yun, E.W. Park, and J.A. Laurence; Environmental Pollution

Can Physiological and Anatomical Characters Be Used for Selecting High Yielding Hybrid Aspen Clones?, Qibin Yu; Silva Fennica

Rooting of Hybrid Clones of Populus Tremula L. X P. Tremuloides Michx. By Stem Cuttings Derived From Micropropagated Plants, Qibin Yu, Niina Mantyla, and Maija Salonen; Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research

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Growth and Phenology of Hybrid Aspen Clones (Populus Tremula L. X Populus Tremuloides Michx.), Qibin Yu, P.M.A. Tigerstedt, and Matti Haapenen; Silva Fennica

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Genetic Control of Wood Physicochemical Properties, Growth, and Phenology in Hybrid Aspen Clones, Q. Yu, P. Pulkkinen, M. Rautio, M. Haapanen, R. Alen, L.G. Sterner, E. Beuker, and P.M.A. Tigerstedt; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Bending strength and stiffness of two-pin dowel joints constructed of wood and wood composites, Ji Lei Zhang, F. Quin, B. Tackett, and J.L. Zhang; Forest Products Journal

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Bending fatigue life of two-pin dowel joints constructed of wood and wood composites, J. Zhang, F. Quin, and B. Tackett; Forest Products Journal

Allometric Plasticity of Three Early Successional Tree Species Along a Nitrogen Gradient, Gregory Zimmerman and F. Wayne Bell; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

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Effects of CO2 and light on tree phytochemistry and insect performance, J. Agrell, E.P. McDonald, and R.L. Lindroth; Oikos

Horticultural Development of Australian Native Edible Plants, A.K. Ahmed and K.A. Johnson; Australian Journal of Botany

Turner Review No. 3. Horticultural development of Australian native edible plants, A.K. Ahmed and K.A. Johnson; Australian Journal of Botany

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Nitrogen mineralization in aspen/conifer soils after a natural fire, M.C. Amacher, D.L. Bartos, T. Christopherson, A.D. Johnson, and D.E. Kutterer

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Effect of site preparation on soil properties and vegetation cover, and the growth and survival of white spruce (Picea glauca) seedlings, in Saskatchewan, O.W. Archibold, C. Acton, and E.A. Ripley; Forest Ecology and Management

Delayed Emergence of Puss Moth Cerura Vinula (L) (Lep.: Notodontidae), Henry R. Arnold; Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation

Basic tree-ring sample preparation techniques for aging aspen, L.A. Asherin and S.A. Mata

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Study on Air Pollution in Beijing's Major Industrial Areas Using Multielements in Biomonitors and Naa Techniques, Ni Bangfa, Tian Weizhi, Nie Huining, Wang Pinsheng, and He Gaokui; Biological Trace Element Research

Persistence of aspen regeneration near the National Elk Refuge and Gros Ventre Valley elk feedgrounds of Wyoming, D.T. Barnett and T.J. Stohlgren

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Monitoring the moisture balance of a boreal aspen forest using a deep groundwater piezometer, A.G. Barr, G. Vander Kamp, R. Schmidt, and T.A. Black; Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

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Landscape dynamics of aspen and conifer forests, D.L. Bartos; Sustaining aspen in western landscapes: symposium proceedings

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Effects of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilization on Mycorrhizal Formation of Two Poplar Clones (Populus Trichocarpa and P. Tremula X Tremuloides), Christel Baum and Franz Makeschin; Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

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Spring phenology trends in Alberta, Canada: Links to ocean temperature, E.G. Beaubien and H.J. Freeland; International Journal of Biometeorology

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Relative competitiveness of nine early-successional boreal forest species associated with planted jack pine and black spruce seedlings, F. Wayne Bell, Michael T. Ter Mikaelian, and Robert G. Wagner; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Aspen regeneration in South-Central Colorado, San Isabel National Forest, T. Benedict and L.G. Eskew

Sesia spartani in British Columbia: a new clearwing moth record for Canada with notes on its response to pheromones (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae), R.G. Bennett, L.A. Rocchini, T.D. Eichlin, and B.S. Lindgren; Pan Pacific Entomologist

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Overstory composition and stand structure influence herbaceous plant diversity in the mixed aspen forest of northern Minnesota, Alaina L. Berger and Klaus J. Puettmann; American Midland Naturalist

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Species and Stand Dynamics in the Mixed Woods of Quebec's Southern Boreal Forest, Yves Bergeron; Ecology

Revegetation of an Eighteen Year Old Burn Site Near Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada by Five Boreal Tree Species, E.C. Bettinger, K.J. Jansen, J.F. Johnstone, and S. Olsen; Arctic Science Conference Abstracts

Pinchi Lake operational herbicide monitoring: 10-year conifer and vegetation responses in the SBSdw3, B. Bing, H.K. Yearsley, and W. Hays Bly; Extension Note British Columbia Ministry of Forests

Ten-year conifer and vegetation responses to glyphosate treatment in the SBSdw3, B. Biring and W. Hays Byl; Extension Note British Columbia Ministry of Forests

The influence of harvest management and fertilizers on herbage yields of cool-season grasses grown in the Aspen Parkland of northeastern Saskatchewan, S. Bittman, D.H. McCartney, P.R. Horton, M. Hiltz, and W.F. Nuttal; Canadian Journal of Plant Science

Inoculation of Aspen With Pollacia Radiosa, P.V. Blenis and P.S. Chow; Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology

Pileated Woodpecker Habitat Ecology in the Alberta Foothills, Richard Lloyd Bonar

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Availability of pileated woodpecker cavities and use by other species, R.L. Bonar; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Epiphytic Lichens and Bryophytes on Populus Tremuloides Along a Chronosequence in the Southwestern Boreal Forest of Quebec, Canada, Catherine Boudreault, Sylvie Gauthier, and Yves Bergeron; Bryologist

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Exploring the preferences of wildlife recreationists for features of boreal forest management: a choice experiment approach, P.C. Boxall and B. Macnab; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Geomorphic Principles of Terrain Organization and Vegetation Gradients, S.R.J. Bridge and E.A. Johnson; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Long-term perspectives on lagged ecosystem responses to climate change: permafrost in boreal peatlands and the grassland/woodland boundary, P. Camill and J.S. Clark; Ecosystems

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Late Holocene vegetation and fire history at the southern boreal forest margin in Alberta, Canada, I.D. Campbell and C. Campbell; Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

The late holocene paleohydrology of Pine Lake, Alberta: a multiproxy investigation, I.D. Campbell, W.M. Last, C. Campbell, S. Clare, and J.H. McAndrews; The late holocene paleohydrology of Pine Lake, Alberta: a multiproxy investigation

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Aspen ecosystems: objectives for sustaining biodiversity, R.B. Campbell and D.L. Bartos

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Differential effects of competition or microenvironment on boreal tree seedling establishment after fire, Timothy C. Cater and F. Stuart Chapin, III; Ecology

Female Survival Rates in a Declining White-Tailed Deer Population, Christopher S. Ceperno, Jonathan A. Jenks, Steven L. Griffin, and Leslie A. Rice; Wildlife Society Bulletin

Biodiversity: aspen stands have the lead, but will nonnative species take over?, G.W. Chong, S.E. Simonson, T.J. Stohlgren, and M.A. Kalkhan

Evaluation of the effectiveness of Chondrostereum purpureum for the control of mechanically brushed trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) suckers in a 2-year-old conifer plantation: third-year results (MOF EP 1135.05), T. Conlin, G.J. Harper, and P.G. Comeau; Extension Note British Columbia Ministry of Forests

Response of soil CO2 and O2 concentrations to forest soil compaction at the Long-term Soil Productivity sites in central British Columbia, T.S.S. Conlin and R. Van Den Driessche; Canadian Journal of Soil Science

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Dynamics of carbon and nitrogen mineralization in relation to stand type, stand age and soil texture in the boreal mixedwood, L. Cote, S. Brown, D. Pare, J. Fyles, and J. Bauhus; Soil Biology and Biochemistry