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 Western Aspen Alliance and the Quinney Natural Resources Research Library and available from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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2018

Is It Possible to Select Hybrid Aspen Clones of High Plasticity and High Stability, A. Aleksey Fedorkov, L-J Stener, and P. Pulkkinen

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Tree cavity densities and characteristics in managed and unmanaged Swedish boreal forest, Jon Andersson, Eva Domingo Gomez, Sophie Michon, and Jean-Michel Roberge; Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research

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Climate-Induced Gradients of Populus sp. Forest Biomass on the Territory of Eurasia, Usoltsev Vladimir Andreevich, Omid Shobairi, and Chasovskikh Viktor Petrovich; Journal of Ecological Engineering

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Quaking aspen woodland after conifer control: Herbaceous dynamics, Jonathan D. Bates and Kirk W. Davies; Forest Ecology and Management

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Contributions of Insects and Droughts to Growth Decline of Trembling Aspen Mixed Boreal Forest of Western Canada, Lei Chen, Jian-Guo Huang, Andria Dawson, Lihong Zhai, Kenneth J. Stadt, Philip G. Comeau, and Caroline Whitehouse; Global Change Biology

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The Influence of the Foodscape on Quaking Aspen stand Condition and use by Ungulates, Kristen Y. Heroy, Samuel B. St. Clair, Paul C. Rogers, and Juan J. Villalba; International Journal Of Forest, Animal And Fisheries Research(IJFAF)

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Interspecific Variation in Growth Responses to Tree Size, Competition and Climate of Western Canadian Boreal Mixed Forests, Xinyu Jiang, Jian-Guo Huang, and Jiong Cheng; Science of the Total Environment

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Effects of Climate Change on Forest Vegetation in the Northern Rockies Region, Robert E. Keane and Mary Frances Mahalovich; Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Northern Rocky Mountains-Part 1

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Regeneration Dynamics of Planted Seedling-Origin Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), Carolyn M. King and Simon M. Landhausser; New Forests

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Data on Overstory and understory Trees in Aspen-Dominated Boreal Mixedwood Stands Over 20 Years After Partial Harvesting, Rongzhou Man, Hua Yang, and John W. Schnare; Data in Brief

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Influence of Post-Harvesting Residual Stand Structure on Canopy Light Transmittance in Ontario’s Boreal Mixedwood Forests, William C. Parker and Mahadev Sharma; Forestry Chronicle

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Measures of Browse Damage and Indexes of Ungulate Abundance to Quantify their Impacts on Aspen Forest Regeneration, Aaron C. Rhodes and Samuel B. St. Clair; Ecological Indicators

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Impacts of elevated temperature and CO2 concentration on growth and phenolics in the sexually dimorphic Populus tremula (L.), Norul Sobuj, Virpi Virjamo, Yaodan Zhang, Line Nybakken, and Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto; Environmental and Experimental Botany

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Simulating the dependence of aspen (Populus tremuloides) on redistributed snow in a semi-arid watershed, B S. Soderquist, K L. Kavanagh, T E. Link, M S. Seyfried, and A H. Winstral; Ecosphere

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The impact of Reconstructed Soils Following Oil Sands Exploitation on Aspen and its Associated Belowground Microbione, Franck Stefani, Nathalie Isabel, and Marie-Josee Morency; Scientific Reports

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Differential Declines in Alaskan Boreal Forest Vitality Related to Climate and Competition, Anna T. Trugman, David Medvigy, William RL Anderegg, and Stephen W. Pacala; Global Change BIology

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Large Effect Quantitative Trait Loci for Salicinoid Phenolic Glycosides in Populus: Implications for Gene Discovery, Scott A. Woolbright, Brian J. Rehill, and Richard L. Lindroth; Ecology and Evolution

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Effects of partial harvesting on species and structural diversity in aspen-dominated boreal mixedwood stands, Hua Yang and Rongzhou Man; Forest Ecology and Management

Rapid Regeneration Offsets Losses from Warming-Induced Tree Mortality in an Aspen-Dominated Broad-Leaved Forest in Northern China, Pengwu Zhao, Chongyang Xu, and Mei Zhou; PlosOne

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Epigenetic variation in clonal stands of aspen, Jehwoo Ahn, Scott B. Franklin, and Vladimir Douhovnikoff; Folia Geobotanica

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Early white spruce regeneration treatments increase birch and reduce aspen after 28 years: Toward an integrated management of boreal post-fire salvaged stands, Andrew C. Allaby, Glenn P. Juday, and Brian D. Young; Forest Ecology and Management

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Disrupted trophic interactions affect recruitment of boreal deciduous and coniferous trees in northern Europe, Per Angelstam, Michael Manton, Simen Pedersen, and Marine Elbakidze; Ecological Applications

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Genotypic variability in Populus tremula L. affects how anthropogenic nitrogen enrichment influences litter decomposition, Franziska Bandau, Benedicte Riber Albrectsen, Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto, and Michael J. Gundale; Plant Soil

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Curtailing succession: Removing conifers enhances understory light and growth of young aspen in mixed stands around Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada, USA, John-Pascal Berrill, Christa M. Dagley, Stephanie A. Coppeto, and Shana E. Gross; Forest Ecology and Management

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Aspen Health on National Forests in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region, James T. Blodgett, Kurt K. Allen, Kendra Schotzko, and Al Dymerski

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Can Carbon Fluxes Explain Differences in Soil Organic Carbon Storage Under Aspen and Conifer Forest Overstories?, Antra Boca and Helga Van Miegroet; Forests

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Can Carbon Fluxes Explain Differences in Soil Organic Carbon Storage under Aspen and Conifer Forest Overstories?, Antra Boca and Helga Van Miegroet; Forests

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Initial Evidence for Simultaneous, Bi-Directional Sap Flow in Roots of Interconnected Aspen Ramets (Populus tremuloides), Mario Bretfeld, Scott B. Franklin, and Robert M. Hubbard; Folia Geobotanica

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Summer-fall home-range fidelity of female elk in northwestern Colorado: Implications for aspen management, April M. Brough, Justin DeRose, Mary M. Conner, and James N. Long; Forest Ecology and Management

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Are old boreal forests a safe bet for the conservation of the avifauna associated with decayed wood in eastern Canada?, Philippe Marc Cadieux and Pierre Drapeau; Forest Ecology and Management

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Correlation of Leaf Area Index to Root Biomass in Populus tremuloides Michx supports the Pipe Model Theory, B T. Caldwell and K L. O'Hara; Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry

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Correlation of Leaf Area Index to Root Biomass in Populus tremuloides Michx supports the Pipe Model Theory, B T. Caldwell and K L. O'Hara; Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry

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Outbreak of Drepanopeziza fungus in aspen forests and variation in stand susceptibility: leaf functional traits, compensatory growth and phenology, Anson C. Call and Samuel B. St. Clair; Tree Physiology

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Dominant tree species of the Colorado Rockies have divergent physiological and morphological responses to warming, Charles JW Carroll, Alan K. Knapp, and Patrick H. Martin; Forest Ecology and Management

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Climate variability and fire effects on quaking aspen in the central Rocky Mountains, USA, Vachel A. Carter, Andrea Brunelle, Thomas A. Minckley, John D. Shaw, R. Justin DeRose, and Simon Brewer; Journal of Biogeography

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Drought causes reduced growth of trembling aspen in western Canada, Kei Chen, Jian-Guo Huang, Syed A. Alam, Lihong Zhai, Andria Dawson, Kenneth J. Stadt, and Philip G. Comeau; Global Change BIology

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Climatic Sensitivity of a Mixed Forest Association of White Spruce and Trembling Aspen at Their Southern Range Limit, Sophan Chhin and G. Geoff Wang; Forests

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Moose alter the rate but not the trajectory of forest canopy succession after low and high severity fire in Alaska, Alexandra J. Conway and Jill F. Johnstone; Forest Ecology and Management

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Mammalian Herbivory Slows the Growth of Broadleaf Species in Post-Fire, Early Successional Forests in Interior Alaska, Alix J. Conway

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Assessment of stable aspen communities on the Roan Plateau, Colorado, Kelsey M. Correia

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Influence of Mature Overstory Trees on Adjacent 12-Year Regeneration and the Woody Understory: Aggregated Retention versus Intact Forest, Miranda T. Curzon, Susan C. Baker, Christel C. Kern, Brian J. Palik, and Anthony W. D'Amato; Forests

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A century of landscape change in the southern Rocky Mountains and foothills of Alberta: using historical photography to quantify ecological change, Christopher A. Dale

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Modelling moose–forest interactions under different predation scenarios at Isle Royale National Park, USA, Nathan R. De Jager, Jason J. Rohweder, Brian R. Miranda, Brian R. Sturtevant, Timothy J. Fox, and Mark C. Romanski; Ecological Applications

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States and transitions in aspen dominated ecosystems in western Colorado, Christopher PK Dickey

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Post-glacial biogeography of trembling aspen inferred from habitat models and genetic variance in quantitative traits, Chen Ding, Stefan G. Schreiber, David R. Roberts, Andreas Hamann, and Jean S. Brouard

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Tree Cavity Occupancy by Nesting Vertebrates Across Cavity Age, Amanda B. Edworthy, M. Kurtis Trzcinski, Kristina L. Cockle, Karen L. Wiebe, and Kathy Martin

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Cohort aggregation modelling for complex forest stands: Spruce–aspen mixtures in British Columbia, Oscar Garcia; Ecological Modelling

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Populus tremuloides seedling establishment: An underexplored vector for forest type conversion after multiple disturbances, Nathan S. Gill, Florencia Sangermano, Brian Buma, and Dominik Kulakowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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Oystershell Scale Impacts and Mitigation Options on the Kaibab and Coconino NF’s, Amanda M. Grady; Forest Health Protection Report

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Differences in Evolutionary History and Ploidy Type Shape the Interactions of Populus tremuloides Michx. with Climate, Burke Thomas Greer

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Polyploidy influences plant–environment interactions in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), Burke T. Greer, Christopher Still, Grace L. Cullinan, J Renée Brooks, and Frederick C. Meinzer; Tree Physiology

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Changes in saproxylic beetle (Insecta: Coleoptera) assemblages following wildfire and harvest in boreal Populus forests, H.E. James Hammond, David W. Langor, and John R. Spence; Forest Ecology and Management

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The Influence of Aspen Chemistry and the Nutritional Context on Aspen Herbivory, Kristen Y. Heroy

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Plant Community Chemical Composition Influences Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Intake by Sheep, Kristen Y. Heroy, Samuel B. St. Clair, Elizabeth A. Burritt, and Juan J. Villalba; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Maintaining ecosystem resilience: functional responses of tree cavity nesters to logging in temperate forests of the Americas, Jose Tomas Ibarra, Michaela Martin, Kristina L. Cockle, and Kathy Martin

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Beaver Loggers: Beaver Herbivory Alters Forest Structure, Carol A. Johnston

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North Fennoscandian mountain forests: History, composition, disturbance dynamics and the unpredictable future, Timo Kuuluvainena, Annika Hoffgard, Tuomas Aakala, and Bengt Gunnar Jonsson; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effects of climate on maximum size-density relationships in Western Canadian trembling aspen stands, Deokyu Kweon and Philip G. Corneau; Forest Ecology and Management

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A Tree Species Effect on Soil That Is Consistent Across the Species’ Range: The Case of Aspen and Soil Carbon in North America, Jérôme Laganière, Antra Boča, Helga Van Miegroet, and David Paré; Forests

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Phenolic Glycosides in Populus tremuloides and their Effects on Long-Term Ungulate Browsing, R A. Lastra, N C. Kenkel, and F Daayf; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Diversity of lichens and bryophytes in hybrid aspen plantations in Estonia depends on landscape structure, Tiina Randlane, Tea Tullus, Andres Saag, Reimo Lutter, Arvo Tullus, Aveliina Helm, Hardi Tullus, and Meelis Partel; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Impacts of a Mixed Ungulate Community on Aspen Forests: From Landscape to Leaf, Aaron C. Rhodes

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Ungulate herbivory alters leaf functional traits and recruitment of regenerating aspen, Aaron C. Rhodes, Val Anderson, and Samuel B. St Clair; Tree Physiology

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Herbivory impacts of elk, deer and cattle on aspen forest recruitment along gradients of stand composition, topography and climate, Aaron C. Rhodes, Ho Yi Wan, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Assessment of Aspen Ecosystem Vulnerability to Climate Change for the Uinta-Wasatch- Cache and Ashley National Forests, Utah, Janine Rice, Tim Bardsley, Pete Gomben, Dustin Bambrough, Stacey Weems, Allen Huber, and Linda A. Joyce

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Guide to Quaking Aspen Ecology and Management with Emphasis on Bureau of Land Management Lands in the Western United States, Paul C. Rogers

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Restoration of the iconic Pando aspen clone: emerging evidence of recovery, Paul C. Rogers and Jody A. Gale; Ecosphere

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Effect of climate change on bud phenology of young aspen plants (Populus tremula. L), Unnikrishnan Sivadasan, Tendry Randriamanana, Cao Chenhao, Virpi Virjamo, Line Nybakken, and Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto; Ecology and Evolution

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Quaking Aspen in the Northern Rockies Retention and Restoration, Camille Stevens-Rumann, Penelope Morgan, Eva Strand, and Diane Abendroth

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A century of landscape change in the southern Rocky Mountains and foothills of Alberta: Using historical photography to quantify ecological change., Christopher Stockdale

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Relationships among Vegetation Structure, Canopy Composition, and Avian Richness Patterns across an Aspen-Conifer Forest Gradient, Charles E. Swift, Kerri T. Vierling, Andrew T. Hudak, and Lee A. Vierling; Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing

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Potential influence of climate change on ecosystems within the Boreal Plains of Alberta, Craig Thompson, Carl A. Mendoza, and Kevin J. Devito; Hydrological Processes

Growth and Cold Hardening of European Aspen Seedlings in Response to an Elevated Temperature, Moisture and Co2 Regime, Mārtiņš Zeps, Āris Jansons, Roberts Matisons, Niina Stenvall, and Pertti Pulkkinen; Agricultural and Forest Meterology

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Infrastructure Development Accelerates Range Expansion of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides, Salicaceae) into the Arctic, D Ackerman and A Breen; Arctic Institute of North America

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A Canopy Shift in Interior Alaskan Boreal Forests: Consequences for Above- and Belowground Carbon and Nitrogen Pools during Post-fire Succession, Heather D. Alexander and Michelle C. Mack; Ecosystems

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The ecological legacies of drought, fire, and insect disturbance in western North American forests., T. J. Assal

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Spatial and temporal trends of drought effects in a heterogeneous semi-arid forest ecosystem., T. J. Assal, P. J. Anderson, and J. Sibold; Forest Ecology and Management

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Importance of tannins for responses of aspen to anthropogenic nitrogen enrichment., Franziska Bandau

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Host genetics and environment shape fungal pathogen incidence on a foundation forest tree species, Populus tremuloides, Hilary L. Barker, Denise Smith, Glen Stanosz, and Richard L. Lindroth; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Predicting Treatment Longevity after Successive Conifer Removals in Sierra Nevada Aspen Restoration, John-Pascal Berrill, Christa M. Dagley, and Stephanie A. Coppeto; Ecological Restoration

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Long-term aspen dynamics, trophic cascades, and climate in northern Yellowstone National Park, Robert L. Beschta, Luke E. Painter, Taal Levi, and William J. Ripple; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Riparian vegetation recovery in Yellowstone: The first two decades after wolf reintroduction, Robert L. Beschta and William J. Ripple; Biological Conservation

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Characteristics of browsed aspen forests following wildfire and implications for management: a case study, James R. Biggs, Dawn M. VanLeeuwen, Jerry L. Holecheck, Sherry L. Sherwood, and Raul Valdez; Journal of Plant Ecology

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Why Do the Boreal Forest Ecosystems of Northwestern Europe Differ from Those of Western North America?, Rudy Boonstra, Harry P. Andreassen, Stan Boutin, Jan Hušek, Rolf A. Ims, Charles J. Krebs, Christina Skarpe, and Petter Wabakken; BioScience

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Impacts of white-tailed deer on regional patterns of forest tree recruitment, Lauren Bradshaw and Donald M. Waller; Forest Ecology and Management

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The Regeneration of Aspen Stands in Southern Utah, Justin Britton, Justin DeRose, Karen Mock, and Darren McAvoy

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Herbivory and advance reproduction influence quaking aspen regeneration response to management in southern Utah, USA, Justin M. Britton, Justin DeRose, Karen E. Mock, and James N. Long; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Heterozygosity, gender, and the growth-defense trade-off in quaking aspen, Christopher T. Cole, Michael T. Stevens, Jon E. Anderson, and Richard L. Lindroth; Oecologia

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Behavioral and morphological responses of an insect herbivore to low nutrient quality are inhibited by plant chemical defenses, J. J. Couture, C. J. Mason, C. W. Habeck, and R. L. Lindroth; Arthropod-Plant Interactions

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Effects of Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Tropospheric Ozone on Phytochemical Composition of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) and Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera), John J. Couture, Timothy D. Meehan, Kennedy F. Rubert-Nason, and Richard L. Lindroth; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Bioenergy harvest impacts to biodiversity and resilience vary across aspen-dominated forest ecosystems in the Lake States region, USA, Miranda T. Curzon, Anthony W. D'Amato, and Brian J. Palik; Applied Vegetation Science

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Pre-industrial landscape composition patterns and post-industrial changes at the temperate–boreal forest interface in western Quebec, Canada, Victor Danneyrolles, Dominique Arseneault, and Yves Bergeron; Journal of Vegetation Science

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Aspen phenylpropanoid genes’ expression levels correlate with genets’ tannin richness and vary both in responses to soil nitrogen and associations with phenolic profiles, Vicki H. G. Decker, Franziska Bandau, Michael J. Gundale, Christopher T. Cole, and Benedicte R. Albrectsen; Tree Physiology

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Response of overstory and understory vegetation 37 years after prescribed burning in an aspen-dominated forest in northern Minnesota, USA – A case study, A Dhar, C D. Baker, H B. Massicotte, B Palik, and D B. Hawkins; Plant Biosystems

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Al-Pac Catchment Experiment (ACE), Margaret Donnelly, Kevin J. Devito, Carl Mendoza, Richard Petrone, and Mark Spafford; The Forestry Chronicle

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Aboveground and belowground mammalian herbivores regulate the demography of deciduous woody species in conifer forests, Bryan A. Endress, Bridgett J. Naylor, Burak K. Pekin, and Michael J. Wisdom; Ecosphere

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Comparison of phenotypic and genetic clone delineation in quaking aspen, Populus tremuloides, Kristina N. Flesher, Martin F. Jurgensen, and Oliver Gailing; Trees

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The impact of forest harvesting on caribou–moose–wolf interactions decreases along a latitudinal gradient, Caroline Gagné, Julien Mainguy, and Daniel Fortin; Biological Conservation

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Populations of aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) with different evolutionary histories differ in their climate occupancy, Burke T. Greer, Christopher Still, Glenn T. Howe, Christina Tague, and Dar A. Roberts; Ecology and Evolution

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Shifting ecological filters mediate postfire expansion of seedling aspen (Populus tremuloides) in Yellowstone., Windslow D. Hansen, William H. Romme, Aisha Ba, and Monica G. Turner; Forest Ecology and Mangement