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Library on the Utah State University campus, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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Response of quaking aspen genotypes to enriched CO2: foliar chemistry and tussock moth performance, Richard L. Lindroth, Sarah A. Wood, and Brian J. Kopper; Agricultural and Forest Entomology

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Effects of genotype and nutrient availability on phytochemistry of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) during leaf senescence, R.L. Lindroth, T.L. Osier, H.R.H. Barnhill, and S.A. Wood; Biochemical Systematics and Ecology

Summer and fall use of logging residue piles by female short-tailed weasels, Kimberly A. Lisgo, Fred L. Bunnell, and Alton S. Harestad

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Investigating competitive interactions from spatial patterns of trees in multispecies boreal forests: The random mortality hypothesis revisited, L.R. Little; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Post-fire forest floor development along toposequences of white spruce - Trembling aspen mixedwood communities in west-central Alberta, T.I. Little, D.J. Pluth, I.G.W. Corns, and D.W. Gilmore; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Soil Microarthropod Species Number and Species Density Increase Along a Productivity Gradient, John Lussenhop

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Effects of aggregated classifications of forest composition on estimates of evapotranspiration in a northern Wisconsin forest, D.S. Mackay, D.E. Ahl, B.E. Ewers, S.T. Gower, S.N. Burrows, S. Samanta, and K.J. Davis; Global Change Biology

Relationship of Area-Averaged Carbon Dioxide and Water Vapour Fluxes to Atmospheric Variables, L. Mahrt and Dean Vickers; Agricultural-and-Forest-Meteorology

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Effectiveness of delayed brush cutting and herbicide treatments for vegetation control in a seven-year-old jack pine plantation in northwestern Ontario, Canada, Azim U. Mallik, F. Wayne Bell, and Yanli Gong; Silva Fennica

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Cloning of Cdna Encoding Comt From Wheat Which Is Differentially Expressed in Lodging-Sensitive and -Resistant Cultivars, Qing Hu Ma, Yang Xu, Zhan Bing Lin, and Ping He; Journal of Experimental Botany

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Physiological ramifications of habitat selection in territorial male Ovenbirds: consequences of landscape fragmentation, D.F. Mazerolle and K.A. Hobson; Oecologia

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Competitive status influences tree-growth responses to elevated CO2 and O3 in aggrading aspen stands, E.P. McDonald, E.L. Kruger, D.E. Riemenschneider, and J.G. Isebrands; Functional Ecology

Competition and Growth in Aggrading Aspen Stands Exposed to Elevated Co2 and Tropospheric Ozone, Evan P. McDonald, Eric L. Kruger, and Jud G. Isebrands

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Comparison of Aspen Wood Hydrolysates Produced by Pretreatment With Liquid Hot Water and Carbonic Acid, Robert C. McWilliams and G. Peter Van Walsum; Applied-Biochemistry-and-Biotechnology

Effects of horizontal density variation on properties of wood strand composites, Chang Tong Mei, Chun Ping Dai, Ding Guo Zhou, C.T. Mei, C.P. Dai, and D.G. Zhou; Journal of Nanjing Forestry University

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Pine needle rust effect on Pinus banksiana in response to interspecific plant competition and telial host density, J.D. Mihail, J.N. Bruhn, T.R. Meyer, and F.W. Bell; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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The effect of lab-made flakes on physical and mechanical property variability of laboratory flakeboard, C.J. Moriarty; Forest Products Journal

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The response of boreal forest songbird communities to fire and post-fire harvesting, J.L. Morissette, T.P. Cobb, R.M. Brigham, and P.C. James; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Environmental and auxin regulation of wood formation involves members of the Aux/IAA gene family in hybrid aspen, Richard Moyle, Jarmo Schrader, Anneli Stenberg, Olof Olsson, Sangeeta Saxena, Goran Sandberg, and Rishikesh P. Bhalerao; Plant Journal

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Soil depth distribution of ecto- and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Populus tremuloides within a 3-year-old boreal forest clear-cut, J. Neville, J.L. Tessier, I. Morrison, J. Scarratt, B. Canning, and J.N. Klironomos; Applied Soil Ecology

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Carabid Beetle Assemblages (Coleoptera, Carabidae) Across Urban-Rural Gradients: an International Comparison, Jari Niemela, Johan D. Kotze, Stephen Venn, Lyubomir Penev, Ivailo Stoyanov, John Spence, Dustin Hartley, and Enrique Montes De Oca; Landscape Ecology

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Site index conversion equations for mixed trembling aspen and white spruce stands in northern British Columbia, Gordon Nigh; Silva Fennica

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Trembling Aspen Height-Age Models for British Columbia, Gordon G. Nigh, Pavel V. Krestov, and Karel Klinka; Northwest Science

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Rapid quantification of proanthocyanidins (condensed tannins) with a continuous flow analyzer, James K. Nitao, Bruce A. Birr, Muraleedharan G. Nair, Daniel A. Herms, and William J. Mattson; Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Fungal Communities and Biomass in Mountain Streams Affected by Mine Drainage, Dev K. Niyogi; Diane M. McKnight; and William M. Lewis, Jr.; Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie

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Forest composition around wolf (Canis lupus) dens in eastern Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, D.R. Norris, M.T. Theberge, and J.B. Theberge; Canadian Journal of Zoology

Poplar Cell Suspension Cultures as a Tool to Study Wood Formation, Anna B. Ohlsson, Kristina Blomqvist, Henrik Aspeborg, Xingou Li, Anders Andersson, Hongbin Henriksson, Peter Nilsson, Tuula T. Teeri, and Torkel Berglund

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Far red end-of-day treatment restores wild type-like plant length in hybrid aspen overexpressing phytochrome A, Jorunn E. Olsen and Olavi Junttila; Physiologia Plantarum

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Environmental Controls on Soil Co2 Flux Following Fire in Black Spruce, White Spruce, and Aspen Stands of Interior Alaska, Katherine P. O'Neill, Eric S. Kasischke, and Daniel D. Richter; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Agriculturally-Derived Polymer/Fiber Composites, William J. Orts, Geoffrey A.R. Nobes, Gregory M. Glenn, Maria Inglesby, and Gregory M. Gray; Abstracts-of-Papers-American-Chemical-Society

Root dynamics and spatial pattern in prairie and forest, M. Paertel and S.D. Wilson; Ecology

The Effect of Site-Preparation Wounds on Aspen Quality, J.M. Pankuch, P.V. Blenis, V.J. Lieffers, and K.I. Mallett; Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology

A Biogeochemistry-Based Dynamic Vegetation Model and its Application Along a Moisture Gradient in the Continental United States, Yude Pan, A. David McGuire, Jerry M. Melillo, David W. Kicklighter, Stephen Sitch, and I. Colin Prentice; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Assessing the geochemical balance of managed boreal forests, D. Pare, P. Rochon, and S. Brais; Ecological indicators

Fire in Sierra Nevada Forests: Evaluating the Ecological Impact of Burning by Native Americans, A J. Parker

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Coarse woody debris in relation to disturbance and forest type in boreal Canada, J.H. Pedlar, J.L. Pearce, L.A. Venier, and D.W. McKenney; Forest-Ecology-and-Management

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Does Clonal Integration Improve Competitive Ability? A Test Using Aspen (Populus Tremuloides (Salicaceae)) Invasion Into Prairie, Duane A. Peltzer; American Journal of Botany

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Altered performance of forest pests under atmospheres enriched by CO2 and O3, K.E. Percy, C.S. Awmack, R.L. Lindroth, M.E. Kubiske, B.J. Kopper, J.G. Isebrands, K.S. Pregitzer, G.R. Hendrey, R.E. Dickson, D.R. Zak, E. Oksanen, J. Sober, R. Harrington, and D.F. Karnosky; Nature

Leaf Cuticular Waxes on O3-Tolerant and O3-Sensitive Genotypes of Populus Tremuloides, K.E. Percy, D.F. Karnosky, G.W. Henderson, and L. MacDonald; Phytochemistry

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Molecular Analysis of Herbivore-Induced Condensed Tannin Synthesis: Cloning and Expression of Dihydroflavonol Reductase From Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides), Darren J. Peters and C. Peter Constabel; Plant Journal

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Selected properties of hybrid poplar clear wood and composite panels, J.J. Peters, D.A. Bender, M.P. Wolcott, and J.D. Johnson; Forest products journal

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Microbial community composition and function beneath temperate trees exposed to elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and ozone, Rebecca L. Phillips, Donald R. Zak, William E. Holmes, and David C. White; Oecologia

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Photosynthetic Light Response and Growth Analysis of Competitive Regeneration After Partial Cutting in a Boreal Mixed Stand, David Pothier and Marel Prevost; Trees:-Structure-and-Function

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Rats' preferences for corn versus wood-based bedding and nesting materials, T. Rae, M. van de Ven, E.G. Patterson Kane, K. Nelson, M. van de Ven, and M. van de Ven; Laboratory-Animals

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Microsatellite Dna Fingerprinting, Differentiation, and Genetic Relationships of Clones, Cultivars, and Varieties of Six Poplar Species From Three Sections of the Genus Populus, Muhammad H. Rahman and Om P. Rajora; Genome

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Does butterfly diversity predict moth diversity? Testing a popular indicator taxon at local scales, Taylor H. Ricketts, Gretchen C. Daily, and Paul R. Ehrlich; Biological conservation

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Elevated Co2 Induced Changes in the Chemistry of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides Michaux) Leaf Litter: Subsequent Mass Loss and Microbial Response in a Stream Ecosystem, Steven T. Rier, Nancy C. Tuchman, Robert G. Wetzel, and James A. Teeri; Journal-of-the-North-American-Benthological-Society

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Using Forest Health Monitoring to assess aspen forest cover change in the southern Rockies ecoregion, Paul Rogers; Forest Ecology and Management

Aggregation Behavior of Glucuronoxylan From Hardwoods, Johannes Roubroeks and Paul Batenholm

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Enhancement of strength properties of mechanical pulps, M. Sain, HaiJun Li, and H.J. Li; Journal-of-Wood-Chemistry-and-Technology

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A New Cellulose Synthase Gene (Ptrcesa2) From Aspen Xylem Is Orthologous to Arabidopsis Atcesa7 (Irx3) Gene Associated With Secondary Cell Wall Synthesis, Anita Samuga and P. Chandrashekhar; Gene

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Isoprene Synthase and the Relationship to the Terpene Synthase Family, Yeh Sansun, Thomas D. Sharkey, and Deming Gong

Latitudinal and local geographic mosaics in host plant preferences as shaped by thermal units and voltinism in Papilio spp. (Lepidoptera), Mark J. Scriber; European-Journal-of-Entomology

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Carbon sequestration in a boreal forest ecosystem: results from the ecosystem simulation model, FORECAST, Brad Seely, Clive Welham, and Hamish Kimmins; Forest-Ecology-and-Management

Effects of Elevated Co2 and Shade on Growth and Physiology in Five Northern Tree Species, Lesley T. Sefcik and David S. Ellsworth

Modern Cart-Based Classifiers: Higher Prediction Accuracy for Niche-Based Vegetation Mapping, Joseph O. Sexton and Adele Cutler; Ecological-Society-of-America-Annual-Meeting-Abstracts

Ecology, siliviculture, and management of Black Hills ponderosa pine, Wayne D. Shepperd and Michael A. Battaglia

Soil Microbial Responses at Three Contrasting Co2 Enrichment Sites, Robert L. Sinsabaugh, Don R. Zak, Jennifer L. Larsen, and Marcy P. Osgood

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Harvest caused soil disturbance decreased suckering capacity of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) following growing season harvests in Minnesota, USA, Mathew F. Smidt and Charles R. Blinn; Forest-Ecology-and-Management

Etiology of bronze leaf disease of Populus, Jason A. Smith, R A. Blanchette, M E. Ostry, and N A. Anderson; American Phytopathological Society

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Gas exchange of aspen, grown in elevated concentrations of carbon dioxide and (or)ozone, Anu Sober, Evan McDonald, Jaak Sober, Mark Kubiske, and David F. Karnosky

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One hundred years of recovery of a pine forest in Northern Wisconsin, Forest Stearns and Gene Likens; American-Midland-Naturalist

Characteristics and dynamics of cavity nest trees in southern British Columbia, Christoph Steeger and Jakob Dulisse

Genetic Determinants of Condensed Tannins in Aspen, Michael T. Stevens and Richard L. Lindroth

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Aspen development on similar soils in Minnesota and British Columbia after compaction and forest floor removal, D.M. Stone and R. Kabzems; Forestry-Chronicle

Reserve tree method produces abundant aspen regeneration and increases early growth, Douglas M. Stone

Lake States Aspen Productivity Following Soil Compaction and Organic Matter Removal, Douglas M. Stone

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Logging options to minimize soil disturbance in the northern Lake States, Douglas M. Stone; Northern-Journal-of-Applied-Forestry

Songbird Communities in a Pyrogenic Habitat Mosaic, Smith Kari Stuart, Ian T. Adams, and Karl W. Larsen; International-Journal-of-Wildland-Fire

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Differentiating Aspen and Cottonwood in Prehistoric Wood From Chacoan Great House Ruins, David Tennessen, Robert A. Blanchette, and Thomas C. Windes; Journal-of-Archaeological-Science

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Rates of Litter Decomposition Over 6 Years in Canadian Forests: Influence of Litter Quality and Climate, J.A. Trofymow, T.R. Moore, B. Titus, C. Prescott, I. Morrison, M. Siltanen, S. Smith, J. Fyles, R. Wein, C. Camire, L. Duschene, L. Kozak, M. Kranabetter, and S. Visser; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Elevated atmospheric CO2 lowers leaf litter nutritional quality for stream ecosystem food webs, N.C. Tuchman, R.G. Wetzel, S.T. Rier, K.A. Wahtera, and J.A. Teeri; Global-Change-Biology

Fire, Native Peoples, and the Natural Landscape, Thomas R. Vale

Evaluation of Carbonic Acid Pretreatment of Biomass, G. Peter VanWalsum, Robert C. McWilliams, Vanessa Castleberry, and Helen Shi

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How Long Do Trees Take to Reach Breast Height After Fire in Northeastern Ontario?, Stan Vasiliauskas and Han Y.H. Chen; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Responses of deciduous broadleaf trees to defoliation in a CO2 enriched atmosphere, John C. Volin, Eric L. Kruger, and Richard L. Lindroth; Tree-Physiology

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Predicting plant species diversity in response to disturbance magnitude in grassland remnants of central Alberta, K. Vujnovic, R.W. Wein, and M.R.T. Dale; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Chrysomela scripta, Plagiodera versicolora (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), and Trichoplusia ni (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) track specific leaf developmental stages, D.A. Wait, J.S. Coleman, and C.G. Jones; Environmental Entomology

Climate Change and Shifts in Potential Tree Species Range Limits in the Great Lakes Region, Karen V. Walker, Margaret B. Davis, and Shinya Sugita; Journal-of-Great-Lakes-Research

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Biomass estimation errors associated with the use of published regression equations of paper birch and trembling aspen, J.R. Wang, A.L. Zhong, and J.P. Kimmins; Northern-Journal-of-Applied-Forestry

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Modelling carbon dynamics of boreal forest ecosystems using the Canadian Land Surface Scheme, ShuSen Wang, R.F. Grant, D.L. Verseghy, T.A. Black, and S.S. Wang; Climatic-Change

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Modelling carbon-coupled energy and water dynamics of a boreal aspen forest in a general circulation model land surface scheme, ShuShen Wang, R.F. Grant, D.L. Verseghy, T.A. Black, and S.S. Wang; International-Journal-of-Climatology

Isolation and Characterization Ofcdnas Involved in Vascular Development of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides), Yuh-Shuh Wang

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An ecosystem approach to population management of ungulates, P.J. Weisberg, N.T. Hobbs, J.E. Ellis, and M.B. Coughenour; Journal-of-Environmental-Management

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The utility of the two-pass harvesting system: an analysis using the ecosystem simulation model FORECAST, Clive Welham, Brd Seely, and Hamish Kimmins; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Fractionation of Dom by Countercurrent Chromatography, Robert L. Wershaw

Prehistoric Burning in the Pacific Northwest, C Whitlock and M A. Knox

Effects of Alternative Conifer Release Treatments on a Soil Seed Bank in a Boreal Spruce Plantation, Nikki Lynn Pedersen Wood

Process selection for chemimechanical pulping of aspen, E.C. Xu and M.J. Sabourin; Pulp-and-Paper-Canada

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How to analyze strand alignment of oriented strandboard, W.E.I. Xu and W. Xu; Forest-Products-Journal

Mortality Models for Major Boreal Mixedwood Species in Alberta, Yuqing Yang

Carbon balance of the taiga forest within Alaska: present and future, John Yarie and Sharon Billings; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Implications of floristic and environmental variation for carbon cycle dynamics in boreal forest ecosystems of central Canada, Zicheng Yu, Michael J. Apps, and Jagtar S. Bhatti; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Ethyl m-digallate from red maple, Acer rubrum L., as the major resistance factor to forest tent caterpillar, Malacosoma disstria Hbn., M.M. Abou Zaid, B.V. Helson, C. Nozzolillo, and J.T. Arnason; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Susceptibility of northern British Columbia forests to spruce budworm defoliation, Rene I. Alfaro, S. Taylor, R.G. Brown, and J.S. Clowater; Forest Ecology and Management

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First-Year Postfire and Postharvest Soil Temperatures in Aspen and Conifer Stands, Michael C. Amacher, Amber D. Johnson, Debra E. Kutterer, and Dale L. Bartos

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Paired-tower measurements of carbon and energy fluxes following disturbance in the boreal forest, B.D. Amiro; Global Change Biology

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Scale-dependent habitat selection by mountain caribou, Columbia Mountains, British Columbia, C.D. Apps, B.N. McLellan, T.A. Kinley, and J.P. Flaa; Journal of Wildlife Management

Effects of Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Ozone on Canopy Insect Biodiversity, A.K. Ashburn and R.L. Lindroth; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts

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Spatial distribution of late-successional coniferous species regeneration following disturbance in southwestern Quebec boreal forest, H. Asselin, M.J. Fortin, and Y. Bergerson; Forest Ecology and Management