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Library on the Utah State University campus, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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2011

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Moderate-scale mapping methods of aspen stand types : a case study for Cedar Mountain in southern Utah, Chad M. Oukrop, David M. Evans, Dale L. Bartos, R. Douglas Ramsey, and Ronald J. Ryel

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Deer density effects on vegetation in aspen forest understories over site productivity and stand age gradients, Jesse A. Randall and Michael B. Walters; Forest Ecology and Management

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Historical patterns in lichen communities of montane quaking aspen forests, Paul C. Rogers, Dale L. Bartos, and Ronald J. Ryle

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Evidence that soil fertility controls the mixing of jack pine with trembling aspen, Samuel Royer-Tardiff and Robert L. Bradley; Forest Ecology and Management

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Habitat use by elk (cervus elaphus) within structural stages of a managed forest of the northcentral United States, Mark A. Rumble and R. Scott Gamo; Forest Ecology and Management

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Response of saprophagous wood-boring beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) to severe habitat loss due to logging in an aspen-dominated boreal landscape, Michel Saint-Germain and Pierre Drapeau; Landscape Ecology

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Genetic variation of hydraulic and wood anatomical traits in hybrid poplar and trembling aspen, Stefan G. Schreiber, Uwe G. Hacke, Andreas Hamann, and Barb R. Thomas; New Phytologist

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Influences of conifer succession, physiographic conditions and herbivory on quaking aspen regeneration after fire, Eric A. Smith, Daniel O'Loughlin, Joshua R. Buck, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Tree canopy effects on understory species abundance in high-latitude Populus tremuloides stands, Yukon, Canada, W L. Strong; Community Ecology

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Climate change and forest diseases, R. N. Sturrock, S. J. Frankel, A. V. Brown, P. E. Hennon, J. T. Kliejunas, K. J. Lewis, J. J. Worrall, and A. J. Woods; Plant Pathology

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Quality of mature aspen and maple forests for breeding Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers (Sphyrapicus varius)., Douglas C. Tozer, Erica Nol, and Dawn M. Burke; Canadian Journal of Zoology

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Post-1935 changes in forest vegetation of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA: Part 1 – ponderosa pine forest, John L. Vankat; Forest Ecology and Management

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Post-1935 changes in forest vegetation of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA: Part 2—Mixed conifer, spruce-fir, and quaking aspen forests, John L. Vankat; Forest Ecology and Management

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Ten-year results from the long-term soil productivity study in aspen ecosystems of the northern Great Lakes region, Richard Voldseth, Brian Palik, and John Elioff

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Moose Wildlife Habitat Decision Aid, Wayne B. Wall, Myriam Belisle, and Lindsay A. Luke; BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management

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Beaver assisted river valley formation, C J. Westbrook, D J. Cooper, and B W. Baker; River Research and Applications

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Aspen Crown Dieback and Mortality on the Williams Ranger District, Kaibab National Forest, Arizona, Thomas J. Zegler

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Comparison of Forest Inventory and Analysis Surveys, Basal Area Models, and Fitting Methods for the Aspen Forest Type in Minnesota, John M. Zobel, Alan R. Ek, and Thomas E. Burk; Forest Ecology and Management

2010

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Draft of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources statewide management plan for elk

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Aging in a Long-Lived Clonal Tree, Dilara Ally, Kermit Ritland, and Sarah P. Otto; PLOS Biology

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Snag degradation pathways of four North American boreal tree species, Virginie A. Angers, Pierre Drapeau, and Yves Bergeron; Forest Ecology and Management

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Aspen mortality summit, December 18 and 19, 2006, Salt Lake City, Utah, Dale L. Bartos and Wayne D. Shepperd

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Aspen Regeneration after 2000 Fires on the Bitterroot, Tim Benedict

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Mexican wolves, elk, and aspen in Arizona: Is there a trophic cascade?, Robert L. Beschta and William J. Ripple; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effect of Clonal Variation Among Hybrid Poplars on Susceptibility of Gypsy Moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki, Nichole A. Broderick, Eric Vasquez, Jo Handelsman, and Kenneth F. Raffa; Journal of Economic Entomology

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Physiological Effects of Smoke Exposure on Deciduous and Conifer Tree Species, W. John Calder, Greg Lifferth, Max A. Moritz, and Samuel B. St. Clair; International Journal of Forestry Research

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Mixed-species Effect on Tree Aboveground Carbon Pools in the East-Central Boreal Forests, Xavier Cavard, Yves Bergeron, Han Y.H. Chen, and David Pare; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Altered GAI activity of hybrid aspen has minimal effects on the performance of a polyphagous weevil, Polydrusus sericeus, David R. Coyle, Angela M. Allred, Kevin R. Kosola, and Kenneth F. Raffa; Polydrusus sericeus. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata

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Assessing the Impact of Extreme Climatic Events on ASpen Defoliation Using MODIS Imagery, Nate Currit and Samuel B. St. Clair; Geocarto International

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Will Photosynthetic Capacity of Aspen Trees Acclimate After Long-Term Exposure to Elevated CO2 and O3?, Joseph N. T. Darbah, Mark E. Kubiske, Neil Nelson, Katre Kets, Johanna Rilkonen, Anu Sober, Lisa Rouse, and David F. Karnosky; Environmental Pollution

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Differential Response of Aspen and Birch Trees to Heat Stress Under Elevated Carbon Dioxide, Joseph N. T. Darbah, Thomas D. Sharkey, Carlo Calfapietra, and David F. Karnosky; Environmental Pollution

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Utah's forest resources, 2000-2005, Larry T. DeBlander, John D. Shaw, Chris Witt, Jim Menlove, Michael T. Thompson, Todd A. Morgan, Justin R. DeRose, and Michael C. Amacher

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Technique to Improve Visualization of Elusive Tree-Ring Boundaries in Aspen (Populus tremuloides), Justin R. DeRose and Richard S. Gardner; Tree Ring Research

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Regeneration response and seedling bank dynamics on a Dendroctonus rufipennis-killed Picea engelmannii landscape, Justin R. DeRose and James N. Long; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Regeneration response and seedling bank dynamics on a Dendroctonus rufipennis-killed Picea engelmannii landscape, R. Justin DeRose and James N. Long; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Trampling the public trust, Debra L. Donahue; Environmental Affairs

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Aspen Response to Prescribed Fire under Managed Cattle Grazing and Low Elk Densities in Southwest Montana, Daniel A. Durham and Clayton B. Marlow; Northwest Science

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The effects of changing land use and browsing on aspen abundance and regeneration: a 50-year perspective from Sweden, Lars Edenius, Goran Ericsson, Goran Kempe, Roger Bergstrom, and Kjell Danell; Journal of Applied Ecology

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Spatiotemporal Analysis of Aspen Decline in Southern Utah's Cedar Mountain, Using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System, David Evans

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Targeted integration and removal of transgenes in hybrid aspen (Populus tremula L. x P. tremuloides Michx.) using site-specific recombination systems, M. Fladung and D. Becker; Plant Biology

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Case Study: the Glorious, Golden, and Gigantic Quaking Aspen, Michael Grant and Jeffry Mitton; Nature Education Knowledge

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Relationship of Climate and Growth of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides) in Yellowstone National Park, Erik S. Jules, Allyson L. Carroll, and Matthew J. Kauffman

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Evaluation of Techniques to Protect Aspen Suckers from Ungulate Browsing in the Black Hills, Andrew M. Kota and Dale L. Bartos; Western Journal of Applied Forestry

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Disturbance Facilitates Rapid Range Expansion of Aspen into Higher Elevations of the Rocky Mountains under a Warming Climate, Simon M. Landhäusser, Dominique Deshaies, and Victor J. Lieffers; Journal of Biogeography

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Epiphytic lichen diversity in late-successional Pinus sylvestris forests along local and regional forest utilization gradients in eastern boreal Fennoscandia, Sampsa Lommi, Hakan Berglund, Mikko Kuusinen, and Timo Kuuluvainen; Forest Ecology and Management

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Recovery of Populus tremuloides seedlings following severe drought causing total leaf mortality and extreme stem embolism, Yanyuan Lu, Maria Alejandra Equiza, Xiping Deng, and Melvin T. Tyree; Physiologia Plantarum

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Ecology, conservation and management of aspen Aberfeldy, Scotland, U.K., Neil A. MacKenzie

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Relation of populations of forest-forming species in the fir-aspen-birch forests of West Salair, I. D. Makhatkov; Contemporary Problems of Ecology

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Response of aspen stands to forest tent caterpillar defoliation and subsequent overstory mortality in northeastern Ontario, Canada, Rongzhou Man and James A. Rice; Forest Ecology and Management

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Life history strategies of aspen (Populus tremula L.) and browsing effects: a literature review, Tor Myking, Fredrik Bohler, Gunnar Austrheim, and Erling J. Solberg; Forestry

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Xyloglucan endo-Transglycosylase-Mediated Xyloglucan Rearrangements in Developing Wood of Hybrid Aspen, Nobuyuki Nishikubo, Junko Takahashi, Alexandra A. Roos, Marta Derba-Maceluch, Kathleen Piens, Harry Burmer, Tuula T. Teeri, Henrik Stalbrand, and Ewa J. Mellerowicz; Plant Physiology

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Elevated CO2 response of photosynthesis depends on ozone concentration in aspen, Asko Noormets, Olevi Kull, Anu Sober, Mark E. Kubiske, and David F. Karnosky; Environmental Pollution

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Guidelines for Aspen Restoration on the National Forests in Utah, Mary O'Brien, Paul Rogers, Kevin Mueller, Rob MacWhorter, Allen Rowley, Bill Hopkin, Bill Christensen, and Paul Dremann

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Factors Affecting Carbon Dioxide Release from Forest and Rangeland Soils in Northern Utah, Harley R. Olsen and Helga Van Miegroet; Soil Science Society of America Journal

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Assessing Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Decline no Cedar Mountain in Southern Utah Using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems, Chad Oukrop

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Competition and Regeneration in Quaking Aspen–White Fir (Populus tremuloides–Abies Concolor) Forests in the Northern Sierra Nevada, USA, Andrew D. Pierce and Alan H. Taylor; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Multi-Scale Analyses of Habitat Use by Elk Following Wildfire, James R. Riggs, Dawn M. Vanleeuwen, Jerry L. Holechek, and Raul Valdez; Northwest Science

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Landscape Assessment of a Stable Aspen Community in Southern Utan, USA, Paul C. Rogers, A. Joshua Leffler, and Ronald J. Ryel; Forest Ecology and Management

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Emerging Themes in the Ecology and Management of North American Forests, Terry L. Sharik, William Adair, Fred A. Baker, Michael Battaglia, Emily J. Comfort, Anthony W. D'Amato, Craig Delong, R. Justin DeRose, Mark J. Ducey, Mark Harmon, Louise Levy, Jesse A. Logan, Joseph O'Brien, Brian J. Palik, Scott D. Roberts, Paul C. Rogers, Douglas J. Shinneman, Thomas Spies, Sarah L. Taylor, Christopher Woodall, and Andrew Youngblood; International Journal of Forest Research

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Developmental contributions to phenotypic variation in functional leaf traits within quaking aspen clones, Eric A. Smith, Sean B. Collette, Thomas A. Boynton, Tiffany Lillrose, Mikel R. Stevens, Matthew F. Bekker, Dennis Eggett, Samuel B. St Clair, and Marc Abrams; Tree Physiology

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Propagating trembling aspen from root cuttings: impact of storage length and phenological period of root donor plants, Jessica Snedden, Simon M. Landhausser, Victor J. Lieffers, and Lee R. Charleson; New Forests

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Quaking Aspen's Current and Future Status in Western North America: The Role of Succession, Climate, Biotic Agents and Its Clonal Nature, Samuel B. St. Clair, John Guyon, and Jack Donaldson; Progress in Botany

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Genetic Contributions to Phenotypic Variation in Physiology, Growth, and Vigor of Western Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Clones, Samuel B. St. Clair, Karen E. Mock, Eric M. LaMalfa, Robert B. Campbell, and Ronald J. Ryel; Forest Science

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Damage Agents and Condition of Mature Aspen Stands in Montana and Northern Idaho, Brytten E. Steed and Holly S.J. Kearns

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Aspen biology, community classification, and management in the Blue Mountains, David K. Swanson, Craig L. Schmitt, Diane M. Shirley, Vicky Erickson, Kenneth J. Schuetz, Michael L. Tatum, and David C. Powell

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Basal area growth for aspen suckers under simulated browsing on Cedar Mountain, southern Utah, western United States of America, K Tshireletso, J C. Malechek, and D L. Bartos; Botswana Journal of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

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Characteristics of aspen infected with heartrot: Implications for cavity-nesting birds, Chris Witt; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effects and Etiology of Sudden Aspen Decline in Southwestern Colorado, USA, James J. Worrall, Suzanne B. Marchetti, Leanne Egeland, Roy A. Mask, Thomas Eager, and Brian Howell; Forest Ecology and Management

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Induction of Phenolic Glycosides by Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Leaves in Relation to Extrafloral Nectaries and Epidermal Leaf Mining, Brian Young, Diane Wagner, Patricia Doak, and Thomas Clausen; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Within-plant distribution of phenolic glycosides and extrafloral nectaries in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides; Salicaceae), Brian Young, Diane Wagner, Patricia Doak, and Thomas Clausen; American Journal of Botany

2009

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Large predators and trophic cascades in terrestrial ecosystems of the western United States, Robert L. Beschta and William J. Ripple; Biological Conservation

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Aspen condition in northern Wyoming and western South Dakota, J T. Blodgett and K K. Allen

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Aspen mortality in the Rocky Mountain region: extent, severity, and causal factors, J T. Blodgett, K K. Allen, and K S. Burns

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Allozyme and microsatellite data reveal small clone size and high genetic diversity in aspen in the southern Cascade Mountains, Jennifer DeWoody, Tom H. Rickman, Bobette E. Jones, and Valerie D. Hipkins; Forest Ecology and Management

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Behavioral Archives Link the Chemistry and Clonal Structure of Trembling Aspen to the Food Choice of North American Porcupine, Brandee Diner, Dominique Berteaux, Jim Fyles, and Richard L. Lindroth; Oecologia

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Regeneration of Populus nine years after variable retention harvest in boreal mixedwood forests, Tomasz Gradowski, Victor J. Lieffers, Simon M. Landhausser, Derek Sidders, Jan Volney, and John R. Spence; Forest Ecology and Management

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Assessing aspen using remote sensing, Randy Hamilton, Kevin Megown, Jeff DiBenedetto, Dale Bartos, and Anne Mikeck

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Occupancy modeling of ruffed grouse in the Black Hills National Forest, Christopher P. Hansen

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Correlation of foliar MT2b expression with Cd and Zn concentrations in hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x tremuloides) grown in contaminated soil, Viivi Hassinen, Veli-Matti Vallinkoski, Sari Issakainen, Arja Tervahauta, Sirpa Karenlampi, and Kristina Servomaa; Environmental Pollution

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Incidence of Venturia shoot blight in aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) varies with tree chemistry and genotype, Lisa M. Holeski, Andrew Vogelzang, Glen Stanosz, and Richard L. Lindroth; Biochemical Systematics and Ecology

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Molecular and dendrochronological analysis of natural root grafting in Polulus tremuloides (Salicaceaea), Hana Jelinkova, Francine Tremblay, and Annie DesRochers; American Jouranl of Botany

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Effect of Simulated Browsing on Aspen Regeneration: Implications for Restoration, Bobette E. Jones, David F. Lile, and Kenneth W. Tate; Rangeland Ecology and Management

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2009 Report : A Multi-Refuge Program to Evaluate the Effect of Ungulate Browsing on Habitat, Richard B. Keigley, Jeffrey Warren, and Wayne J. King

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Regeneration of aspen following partial and strip understory protection harvest in boreal mixedwood forests, Alison D. Lennie, Simon M. Landsausser, Victor J. Lieffers, and Derek Sidders; Forestry Chroncle

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Genetic mosaics of ecosystem functioning across aspen-dominated landscapes, Michael D. Madritch, Samantha L. Green, and Richard L. Lindroth; Oecologia

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Restoring landscapes of fear with wolves in the Scottish Highlands, Adrian D. Manning, Iain J. Gordon, and William J. Ripple; Biological Conservation

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Status of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) in the Sierra Nevada, T L. Morelli, C I. Millar, D D. Delany, and R D. Westfall

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Rise of the mesopredator, Laura R. Prugh, Chantal J. Stoner, Clinton W. Epps, William T. Bean, William J. Ripple, Andrea S. Laliberte, and Justin S. Brashares; Bioscience

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Aspen, climate, and sudden decline in western USA, Gerald E. Rehfeldt, Dennis E. Ferguson, and Nicholas L. Crookston; Forest Ecology and Management

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Suckering response of aspen to traffic-induced-root wounding and the barrier-effect of log storage, Kevin N. Renkema, Simon M. Landhausser, and Victor J. Lieffers; Forest Ecology and Management

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Aspen regeneration on log decking areas as influenced by season and duration of log storage, Kevin N. Renkema, Victor J. Lieffers, and Simon M. Landhausser; New Forests

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Western Aspen Alliance web page, Paul Rogers, Dale Bartos, Ronald Ryel, David Burton, Robert Campbell, and Mark Fowden

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Aspen succession and nitrogen loading: a case for epiphytic lichens as bioindicators in the Rocky Mountains, USA, Paul C. Rogers, Kori D. Moore, and Ronald J. Ryel; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Regional Assessment of Aspen Change and Spatial Variability on Decadal Time Scales, Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey; Remote Sensing

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Altered leaf morphology, leaf resource dilution and defense chemistry induction in frost-defoliated aspen (Populus tremuloides), Samuel B. St. Clair, Steven D. Monson, Eric A. Smith, David G. Cahill, and William J. Calder; Tree Physiology

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A spatially explicit model to predict future landscape composition of aspen woodlands under various management scenarios, Eva K. Strand, Lee A. Vierling, and Stephen C. Bunting; Ecological Modelling

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Quantifying successional rates in western aspen woodlands: current conditions, future predictions, Eva K. Strand, Lee A. Vierling, Stephen C. Bunting, and Paul E. Gessler; Forest Ecology and Management

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Introduced ungulate herbivore alters soil processes after fire, Michelle L. Stritar, Jennifer A. Schweitzer, Stephen C. Hart, and Joseph K. Bailey; Biological Invasions

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Climate and vegetation change during the twentieth century in the lower Peace River district, northern Alberta, Canada, W L. Strong, M J. Redburn, and C C. Gates; Holocene

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Landscape-level vegetation recovery from herbivory: progress after four decades of invasive red deer control, Andrew J. Tanentzap, Larry E. Burrows, William G. Lee, Graham Nugent, Jane M. Maxwll, and David A. Coomes; Journal of Applied Ecology