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Library on the Utah State University campus, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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2009

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Silviculture certification revalidation case studey : An Assessment of Aspen Regeneration by Fire Intensity Following Prescribed Burning on Low Productivity Sites in Southwest Idaho and/or A simplistic model showing aspen sprouting response by varying degrees of fire intensity as defined by degree of aspen crown-kill within the Lime Creek Aspen Restoration Project Area, Steven L. Williams

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Spring frost and decay fungi are implicated in suppressing aspen re-growth following cleaning in jevenile stands, Jane M. Wolken, Victor J. Landhausser, Simon M., and Tara Mulak; Annals of Forest Science

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Spring frost and decay fungi are implicated in suppressing aspen re-growth following partial cleaning in juvenile stands, Jane M. Wolken, Victor J. Lieffers, Simon M. Landhausser, and Tara Mulak; Ann. For. Sci.

2008

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Can clone size serve as a proxy for clone age?An exploration using microsatellite divergence in Populus tremuloides, D Ally, K Ritland, and S P. Otto; Molecular Ecology

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Great Basin aspen ecosystems, Dale L. Bartos

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Recovering Riparian Plant Communities with Wolves in Northern Yellowstone, U.S.A., Robert L. Beschta and William J. Ripple; Restoration Ecology

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Wolves, trophic cascades, and rivers in the Olympic National Park, USA, Robert L. Beschta and William J. Ripple; Ecohydrology

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Age distribution of aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park, USA, Dan Binkley; Forest Ecology and Management

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Mechanical charaterization of juvinile European aspen (Populus tremula) and hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x Populus tremuloides) using full-field strain measurements, Ingela Bjurhager, Lars A. Berglund, Stig L. Bardage, and Bjorn Sundberg; Journal of Wood Science

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Variation in epiphytic lichen and bryophyte composition and diversity along a gradient of productivity in Populus tremuloides stands of northeastern British Columbia, Canada, Catherine Boudreault, Darwyn S. Coxson, Elise Vincent, Yves Bergeron, and Janet Marsh; Ecoscience

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Regulating overabundant ungulate populations: An example for elk in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, John B. Bradford and N. Thompson Hobbs; Journal of Environmental Management

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Changes in spectral properties, chlorophyll content and internal mesophyll structure of senescing Populus balsamifera and Populus tremuloides leaves, Karen L. Castro and G.Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa; Sensors

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Pando lives: molecular genetic evidence of a giant aspen clone in central Utah, Jennifer DeWoody, Carol A. Rowe, Valerie D. Hipkins, and Karen E. Mock; Western North American Naturalist

Construction of a Populus tremuloides Michx. BAC library, M Fladung, H Kaufmann, T Markussen, and H Hoenick; Silvae Genetica

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Decay of Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) Wood in Moist and Dry Boreal, Temperate, and Tropical Forest Fragments, Grizelle Gonzalez, William A. Gould, Andrew T. Hudak, and Teresa N. Hollingsworth; AMBIO

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Fine-scale predation risk on elk after wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone National Park, USA, Joshua Halofsky and William Ripple; Behavioral Ecology

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Linkages between wolf presence and aspen recruitment in the Gallatin elk winter range of southwestern Montana, USA, Joshua Halofsky and William Ripple; Forestry: an International Journal of Forest Research

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Recoupling fire and aspen recruitment after wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone National Park, USA, Joshua S. Halofsky, William J. Ripple, and Robert L. Beschta; Forest Ecology and Management

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Influence of soil type and altered lignin biosynthesis on the growth and above and below ground biomass allocation of Populus tremuloides, Jessics E. Hancock, Kate L. Bradley, Christian P. Giardina, and Kurt S. Pregitzer; Plant and Soil

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Does moose browsing threaten European aspen regeneration in Koli National Park, FinlandAND?, Sauli Harkonen, Kalle Eerikainen, Riikka Lahteenmaki, and Risto Heikkila; Alces

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Quantifying branch, crown and bole development in Populus tremuloides Michx. from northeastern British Columbia, George J. Harper; Forest Ecology and Management

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Impacts of a regional drought on the productivity, dieback, and biomass of western Canadian aspen forests, Ted E.H. Hogg, J P. Brandt, and M Michaelian; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Aspen snag dynamics, cavity-nesting birds, and trophic cascades in Yellowstone's northern range, Jeff P. Hollenbeck and William J. Ripple; Forest Ecology and Management

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Modeling potential climate change impacts on the trees of the northeastern United States, Louis Iverson, Anantha Prasad, and Stephen Matthews; Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change

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Quantitative genetic variation in morphological and physiological traits within a quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) population, Megan K. Kanaga, Ronald J. Ryel, Karen E. Mock, and Michael E. Pfrender; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Differential snowpack accumulation and water dynamics in aspen and conifer communities: implications for water yield and ecosystem function., Eric M. LaMalfa and Ronald J. Ryel; Ecosystems

Wood fiber quality and kraft pulping efficiencies of trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx) clones, S D. Mansfield and H Weineisen; Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology

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Clonal dynamics in western North American aspen (Populus tremuloides), K E. Mock, C A. Rowe, M B. Hooten, J Dewoody, and V D. Hipkins; Molecular Ecology

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Aspen Stands as Small Mammal “Hotspots” Within Dry Forest Ecosystems of British Columbia, Dustin K. Oaten and Karl W. Larsen; Northwest Science

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Continental-scale Tree Population Response to Rapid Climate Change, Competition and Disturbance, Matthew C. Peros, K Gajewski, and Andre E. Viau; Global Ecology and Biogeography

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Successional development of silviculturally treated and untreated high-latitute Populus tremuloides clearcuts in northern Alberta, Canada, M.Jacqueline Redburn and Wayne L. Strong; Forest Ecology and Management

Carbon gain and bud physiology in Populus tremuloides and Betula papyrifera grown under long-term exposure to elevated concentrations of CO2 and O3, Johanna Riikonen, Katre Kets, Joseph Darbah, Elina Vapaavuori, Mark E. Kubiske, Neil Nelson, and David F. Karnsoky; Tree Physiology

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Summary and abstracts from sudden aspen decline (SAD) meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado, February 12-13, 2008, Paul C. Rogers

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Lichen Community Change in Response to Succession in Aspen Forests of the southern Rocky Mountains, Paul C. Rogers and Ronald J. Ryel; Forest Ecology and Management

Predicting decay and round-wood end use volume in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), R Schneider, M Riopel, D Pothier, and L Cote; Annals of Forest Science

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The beavers of Yellowstone, Douglas W. Smith and Daniel B. Tyers; Yellowstone Science

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Effect of conifer encroachment into aspen stands on understory biomass, B R. Stam, J C. Malechek, D L. Bartos, J E. Browns, and E B. Godfrey; Rangeland Ecology and Management

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N-transfer through aspen litter and feather moss layers after fertilization with ammonium nitrate and urea, N A. Startsev, V J. Lieffers, S M. Landhausser, and A Velazquez-Martinez; Plant Soil

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Simulated browsing impacts on aspen suckers' density, growth, and nutritional responses, Koketso Tshireletso

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Rapid mortality of Populus tremuloides in southwestern Colorado, USA, James J. Worrall, Leanne Egeland, Thomas Eager, Roy A. Mask, Erik W. Johnson, Philip A. Kemp, and Wayne D. Shepperd; Forest Ecology and Management

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Responses to ectomychrrhizal Populus tremuloides and Betula papyrifera seedlings to salinity, Huang Yi, Monica C. Polanco, Michael D. MacKinnon, and Janusz J. Zwiazek; Environmental and Experimental Botany

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Contrasting release approaches for a mixed paper birch (Betula papyrifera)-quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) stand, Eric K. Zenner and Klaus J. Puettmann; Northern Journal of Applied Forestry

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Rapid shifts in the chemical composition of aspen forests: an introduced herbivore as an agent of natural selection, Joseph K. Bailey, Jennifer A. Schweitzer, Brian J. Rehill, Duncan J. Irschick, Thomas G. Whitham, and Richard L. Lindroth; Biological Invasions

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Wolves, elk, and aspen in the winter range of Jasper National Park, Canada, R L. Beschta and W J. Ripple; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Wolves, Elk, and Aspen in the Winter Range of Jasper National Park, Canada, R. L. Beschta and W. J. Ripple; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Soil microbial community responses to altered lignin biosynthesis in Populus tremuloides vary among three distinct soil, Kate L. Bradley, Jessica E. Hancock, Christian P. Giardina, and Kurt S. Pregitzer; Plant and Soil

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Extent of stem dieback in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) as an indicator of time-since simulated browsing, A W. Carson, R V. Rea, and A L. Fredeen; Rangeland Ecology and Management

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Genetics, environment, and their interaction determine efficacy of chemical defense in trembling aspen, Jack R. Donaldson and Richard L. Lindroth; Ecology

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Aspen demographics in relation to spatial context and ugulate browsing: Implications for conservation and forest management, Las Edenius and Göran Ericsson; Biological Conservation

Aspen Decline on the Coconino National Forest, Mary Lou Fairweather, Brian W. Giles, and Mike Manthei

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Do high-density patches of coarse wood and regenerating saplings create browsing refugia for aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in Yellowstone Nationa Park USA, James D. Forester, Dean P. Anderson, and Monica G. Turner; Forest Ecology and Management

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Natural dynamics based silviculutre for maintaining plant biodiversity in Populus tremuloides dominated boreal forests of eastern Canada, Sybille Haeussler, Yves Bergeron, Suzanne Brais, and Brian D. Harvey; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Impacts of elevated ozone and nitrogen on growth and photosynthesis of European aspen (Populus tremula) and hybrid aspen (P-tremula x Populus tremuloides) clones, Elina Haikio, Vera Freiwald, Tarja Silfver, Egbert Beuker, Toini Holopainen, and Elina Oksanen; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Evidence of a trophic cascade among wolves, elk, and aspen in Yellowstone National Park, USA, Jashua S. Halofsky

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Plant growth, biomass partitioning and soil carbon formation in response to altered lignin biosynthesis in Populus tremuloides, Jessics E. Hancock, Wendy M. Loya, Christian P. Giardina, Laigeng Li, Vincent L. Chiang, and Kurt S. Pregitzer; New Phytologist

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Aspen and conifer heterogeneity effects on bird diversity in the northern Yellowstone ecosystem, Jeff P. Hollenbeck and William J. Ripple; Western North American Naturalist

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Aspen patch and migratory bird relationship in the northern Yellowstone ecosystem, Jeff P. Hollenbeck and William J. Ripple; Landscape Ecology

Public release of the Populus genome database [webpage], International Populus Genome Consortium

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Reconciling divergent interpretations of quaking aspen decline on the northern Colorado front range, Daniel M. Kashian, William H. Romme, and Claudia M. Regan; Ecological Applications

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Variable response of butterflies and vegetation to elk herbivory: an exclosure experiment in ponderosa pine and aspen-mixed conifer forests, Paula K. Kleintjes Neff, Stephen M. Fittig, and Dustin R. VanOverbeke; The Southwestern Naturalist

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A typology of stand structure and dynamics of Quaking aspen in northwestern Colorado, Brian P. Kurzel, Thomas T. Veblen, and Dominik Kulakowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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The demographic structure of European aspen (Populus tremula) populations in managed and old-growth boreal forests in eastern Finland, Tarja Latva-Karnmaa, Reijo Penttila, and Juha Sittonen; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Risk assessment in the face of a changing environment: gypsy moth and climate change in Utah, J. A. Logan; J. Régničre; D. R. Gray; and S. A, Munson; Ecological Applications

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Effects of Corylus cornuta Stem Density on Root Suckering and Rooting Depth of Populus tremuloides, Theresa L. Mundell, Simon M. Landhausser, and Victor J. Lieffers; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Yellow pine chipmonks cannot climb quaking aspens: implications for avian nest site selection, T. Will Richardson and Stephen B. Vander Wall; Western North American Naturalist

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Hardwood tree decline following large carnivore loss on the Great Plains, USA, William J. Ripple and Robert L. Beschta; Frontiers in Ecology and Environment

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Restoring Yellowstone's aspen with wolves, William J. Ripple and Robert L. Beschta; Biological Conservation

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Factors Influencing Epiphytic Lichen Communities in Aspen-Associated Forests of Bear River Range, Idaho and Utah, Paul C. Rogers

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Aspen indicator species in lichen communities in the Bear River Range of Idaho and Utah, Paul C. Rogers, Roger Rosentreter, and Ronald Ryel; Evansia

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Aspen in the Sierra Nevada: regional conservation of a continental species, P.C. Rogers, W.D. Shepperd, and D.L. Bartos; Natural Areas Journal

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Induction of xylem and fiber differentiation in Populus tremuloides, Mathias Schuetz, Afsaneh Haghighi-Kia, Carol L. Wenzel, and Jim Mattsson; Canadian Journal of Botany

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A Fence Design for Excluding Elk Without Impeding Other Wildlife, Kurt C. VerCauteren, Nathan W. Seward, Michael J. Lavelle, Justin W. Fischer, and Gregory E. Phillips; Rangeland Ecology and Management

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Hydrologic regime and herbivory stabilize an alternative state in Yellowstone National Park, Evan C. Wolf, David J. Cooper, and N. Thompson Hobbs; Ecological Applications

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Estimates of Elk Summer Range Nutritional Carrying Capacity Constrained by Probabilities of Habitat Selection, Jeffery L. Beck, James M. Peek, and Eva K. Strand; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Was Aldo Leopold right about the Kaibab deer herd?, Dan Binkley, Margaret M. Moore, William H. Romme, and Peter M. Brown; Ecosystems

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Complex interactions shaping aspen dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Kathryn Brown, Andrew J. Hansen, Robert E. Keane, and Lisa J. Graumlich; Landscape Ecology

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Evaluating plant invasions from both habitat and species perspectives, Geneva W. Chong, Yuka Otsuki, Thomas J. Stohlgren, Debra Guenther, Paul Evangelista, Cynthia Villa, and Alycia Waters; Western North American Naturalist

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Contrasting functional traits maintain lichen epiphyte diversity in response to climate and autogenic succession, Christopher J. Ellis and Brian J. Coppins; Journal of Biogeography

Influence of large herbivores on tree recruitment and forest dynamics, R. Gill

Are the changes in aspen forests in western North America a forest decline?, John C. Guyon

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Interaction between a lichen and a fungal parasite in a successional community: implications for conservation, H. Hedenls, K. Lundin, and L. Ericson; Journal of Vegetation Science

Reproduction and population structure in the European aspen, Tarja Latva-Karjanmaa

Vascular plant species richness and distribution in a heterogeneous landscape, Kelly J. McCloskey

Proceedings: Fourth International Poplar Symposium: Meeting the needs of a growing world through poplar and willow science, June 5-9, 2006, Nanjing, China, Nanjing Forestry University and sponsored by IUFRO

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Hailstorm damage promotes aspen invasion into grassland, Duane A. Peltzer and Scott D. Wilson; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Twentieth century Forest–Grassland Ecotone Shift in Montana Under Differing Livestock Grazing Pressure, Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey, Cliff Montagne, Lisa Graumlich, Rick Lawrence, and Jerry Nielsen; Forest Ecology and Management

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Habitone analysis of quaking aspen in the Utah Book Cliffs: effects of site water demand and conifer cover, Joseph O. Sexton, Douglas R. Ramsey, and Dale L. Bartos; Ecological Modeling

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Ecology, biodiversity, management, and restoration of aspen in the Sierra Nevada, Wayne Shepperd, Paul C. Rogers, and Dale Bartos

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Ecology, management, and restoration of aspen in the Sierra Nevada, Wayne Shepperd, Paul C. Rogers, and Dale Bartos

2005

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Diet Composition, Forage Selection, and Potential for Forage Competition Among Elk, Deer, and Livestock on Aspen–Sagebrush Summer Range, Jeffrey L. Beck and James M. Peek; Rangeland Ecology & Management

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Genotypic variation and recovery of Populus tremuloides from biomass removal and compaction in northern Wisconsin, USA, J G. Bockheim, H Park, and J Gallagher; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Structural and kinetic basis for substrate selectivity in Populus tremuloides sinapyl alcohol dehydrogenase, E K. Bomati and J P. Noel; Plant Cell

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Nitrogen storage and seasonal nitrogen cycling in Populus: bridging molecular physiology and ecophysiology, Janice E.K. Cooke and Martin Weih; New Phytologist

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Forty-eight year decline and fragmentation of aspen (Populus tremuloides) in the South Warner Mountains of California, Aaron P. Di Orio, Richard Callas, and Robert J. Schaefer; Forest Ecology and Management

Wound callus formation - a microscopic study on poplar (Populus tremula L. x Populus tremuloides Michx.), C Frankenstein, U Schmitt, C Waitkus, and D Eckstein; Journal of Applies Botany and Food Quality

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Canopy gap disturbance and succession in trembling aspen dominated boreal forests in northeastern Ontario, Steven B. Hill, Azim U. Mallik, and Han Y.H. Chen; Canadian Journal of Forestry

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Factors affecting interannual variation in growth of western Canadian aspen forests during 1951-2000, E.H. Hogg, James P. Brandt, and B. Kochtubajda; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Elevated atmospheric CO2 alters soil microbial communities associated with trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) roots, L R. Janus, N L. Angeloni, J McCormack, S T. Rier, N C. Tuchman, and J J. Kelly; Microbial Ecology

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Effects of aspen (Populus tremuloides) sucker removal on postfire conifer regeneration in central Alaska, Jiff F. Johnstone; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Effectiveness monitoring of aspen regeneration on managed rangelands, B.E. Jones, D. Burton, and K.W. Tate