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from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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Pile Burning After Conifer Removal From Aspen Stands Affects Tree Mortality, Regeneration, And Understory Recovery, John-Pascal Berrill, Christa M. Dagley, Yoon G. Kim, and J. Morgan Varner; Forest Ecology and Management

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Aspen and Spruce Densities Affect Tree Size, Future Stand Volume, And Aboveground Carbon Following Precommercial Thinning, Philip G. Comeau and Mike Bokalo; Forests

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Oystershell Scale (Hemiptera: Diaspididae) Population Growth, Spread, And Phenology on Aspen in Arizona, USA, Connor D. Crouch, Richard W. Hofstetter, Amanda M. Grady, Nylah N.S. Edwards, and Kristen M. Waring; Environmental Entomology

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On the Hosts and Larval Habits of Framinghamia helvalis (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), Charles S. Eiseman; Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington

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Chapter 11 - Boreal Forests, Lee E. Frelich, Jill Johnstone, and Timo Kuuluvainen; Future Forests: Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change

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Tracing Carbon and Nitrogen Reserve Remobilization During Spring Leaf Flush and Growth Following Defoliation, Ashley T. Hart, Simon M. Landhäusser, and Erin Wiley; Tree Physiology

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Evaluating Aspen Seedling Outplanting Success Following High Severity Wildfire in the Southwest, Sarah M. Kapel

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Bacterial Emission Factors: A Foundation for the Terrestrial-Atmospheric Modeling of Bacteria Aerosolized by Wildland Fires, Leda N. Kobziar, Phinehas Lampman, Ali Tohidi, Adam K. Kochanski, Antonio Cervantes, Andrew T. Hudak, Ryan McCarley, Brian Gullett, Johanna Aurell, Rachel Moore, David C. Vuono, Brent C. Christner, Adam C. Watts, James Cronan, and Roger Ottmar; Environmental Science & Technology

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Fire Severity and Ungulate Herbivory Shape Forest Regeneration and Recruitment After a Large Mixed-Severity Wildfire, Jesse S. Lewis, Samuel B. St. Clair, Mary Lou Fairweather, and Esther S. Rubin; Forest Ecology and Management

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Ecological Silviculture for Aspen Mixedwoods in Western Canada, S. Ellen Macdonald, Philip G. Comeau, Charles A. Nock, and Brad D. Pinno; Ecological Silvicultural Systems: Exemplary Models for Sustainable Forest Management

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Non-Random Sampling Measures the Occurrence but Not the Strength of a Textbook Trophic Cascade, Daniel R. MacNulty, Elaine M. Brice, and Eric J. Larsen; Ecology Letters

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Estimating Tree Species Composition From Airborne Laser Scanning Data Using Point-Based Deep Learning Models, Brent A. Murray, Nicholas C. Coops, Lukas Winiwarter, Joanne C. White, Adam Dick, Ignacio Barbeito, and Ahmed Ragab; ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

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Variable Climate-Growth Relationships of Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Among Sky Island Mountain Ranges in the Great Basin, Nevada, USA, Martin Šenfeldr, Douglas J. Shinneman, Susan K. McIlroy, Paul C. Rogers, and R. Justin DeRose; Forest Ecology and Management

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Tracing the Maternal Line in Glacial-Interglacial Migrations of Populus tremuloides: Finding Trees for Future Sustainable Forests by Searching in the Past, Luke R. Tembrock, Frida A. Zink, Guozhe Zhang, Andrea Schuhmann, Cuihua Gu, and Zhiqiang Wu; Sustainability

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Tremblings, February 2024, Western Aspen Alliance; Tremblings

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Tremblings, May 2024, Western Aspen Alliance; Tremblings

2023

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Revisiting Trophic Cascades and Aspen Recovery in Northern Yellowstone, Robert L. Beschta, Luke E. Painter, and William J. Ripple; Food Webs

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Climate Lags and Genetics Determine Phenology in Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides), Benjamin W. Blonder, Philip G. Brodrick, K. Dana Chadwick, Erin Carroll, Roxanne M. Cruz-de Hoyos, Moisés Expósito-Alonso, Shannon Hateley, Minkyu Moon, Courtenay A. Ray, Hoang Tran, and James A. Walton; New Phytologist

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Less Fuel for the Next Fire? Short-Interval Fire Delays Forest Recovery and Interacting Drivers Amplify Effects, Kristin H. Braziunas, Nathan G. Kiel, and Monica G. Turner; Ecology

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Happy or SAD? Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) on Cedar Mountain, Southern Utah, Jaycee Cappaert

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The Case for Stand Management Guidelines as Dynamic as Global Change: Aspen Forest Stockings of the Western Great Lakes, Michael T. Carson, John M. Zobel, Dustin R. Bronson, Amanda M. McGraw, Christopher W. Woodall, and Christel C. Kern; Forest Ecology and Management

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Using Spot Treatments to Regenerate an Intimate Mixture of Trembling Aspen and White Spruce in Alberta: Results at Age 15, Philip G. Comeau, Michael K. Hoepting, and Milo Mihajlovich; The Forestry Chronicle

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Variable Synchrony in Insect Outbreak Cycling Across a Forest Landscape Gradient: Multi-Scale Evidence From Trembling Aspen in Alberta, Barry J. Cooke and Jens Roland; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Regeneration and Recruitment for Resilience: Sustaining Aspen Ecosystems Threatened by Climate Change, Ungulate Browse, and Oystershell Scale, Connor Davidson Crouch

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Building Ecosystem Resilience and Adaptive Capacity: A Systematic Review of Aspen Ecology and Management in the Southwest, Connor D. Crouch, Paul C. Rogers, Margaret M. Moore, and Kristen M. Waring; Forest Science

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Whole Genome Expression Analysis of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Genotypes Exposed to Increasing Concentrations of Nickel, Karolina M. Czajka and Kabwe K. Nkongolo; Plant Gene

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Genetic Markers and Tree Properties Predicting Wood Biorefining Potential in Aspen (Populus tremula) Bioenergy Feedstock, Sacha Escamez, Kathryn M. Robinson, Mikko Luomaranta, Madhavi Latha Gandla, Niklas Mähler, Zakiya Yassin, Thomas Grahn, Gerhard Scheepers, Lars-Göran Stener, Stefan Jansson, Leif J. Jönsson, Nathaniel R. Street, and Hannele Tuominen; Biotechnology for Biofuels and Bioproducts

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Modeling Aspen Yield, Aspen Site Index, and the Effects of Sustainable Timber Harvest on Wildlife Habitat in Minnesota and the Lake States, Tyler Scott Gifford

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Comprehensive Review and Evaluation of Whole Stand Volume Yield Models for the Aspen Forest Type in Minnesota, USA, Tyler S. Gifford, John M. Zobel, Scott C. Hillard, and Christopher B. Edgar; Forestry

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Can Assisted Tree Migration Today Sustain Forest Ecosystem Goods and Services for the Future?, Eric J. Gustafson, Christel C. Kern, and John M. Kabrick; Forest Ecology and Management

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Bison Influences on Composition and Diversity of Riparian Plant Communities in Yellowstone National Park, J. Boone Kauffman, Dian Lyn Cummings, Cimarron Kauffman, Robert L. Beschta, Jeremy Brooks, Keeley MacNeill, and William J. Ripple; Ecosphere

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Decoupling of Functional Traits From Intraspecific Patterns of Growth and Drought Stress Resistance, Kelly L. Kerr, Jaycie C. Fickle, and William R. L. Anderegg; New Phytologist

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Phenotypic Variation in Phytochemical Defense of Trembling Aspen in Western North America: Genetics, Development, and Geography, Richard L. Lindroth, Stuart C. Wooley, Jack R. Donaldson, Kennedy F. Rubert-Nason, Clay J. Morrow, and Karen E. Mock; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Forest Composition Change and Biophysical Climate Feedbacks Across Boreal North America, Richard Massey, Brendan M. Rogers, Logan T. Berner, Sol Cooperdock, Michelle C. Mack, Xanthe J. Walker, and Scott J. Goetz; Nature Climate Change

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Evaluating Quaking Aspen's Influence on Fire Behavior, Kristin A. Nesbit

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Tamm Review: Quaking Aspen's Influence on Fire Occurrence, Behavior and Severity, Kristin A. Nesbit, Larissa L. Yocom Kent, Allison M. Trudgeon, R. Justin DeRose, and Paul C. Rogers; Forest Ecology and Management

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Bison Alter the Northern Yellowstone Ecosystem by Breaking Aspen Saplings, Luke E. Painter, Robert L. Beschta, and William J. Ripple; Ecology and Evolution

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Remote Sensing in Mapping Biodiversity – A Case Study of Epiphytic Lichen Communities, Ida Palmroos, Veera Norros, Sarita Keski-Saari, Janne Mäyrä, Topi Tanhuanpää, Sonja Kivinen, Juha Pykälä, Peter Kullberg, Timo Kumpula, and Petteri Vihervaara; Forest Ecology and Management

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Moisture Stress Limits Radial Mixing of Non-Structural Carbohydrates in Sapwood of Trembling Aspen, Drew M. P. Peltier, Phiyen Nguyen, Chris Ebert, George W. Koch, Edward A. G. Schuur, and Kiona Ogle; Tree Physiology

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Regeneration Strategies and Forest Resilience to Changing Fire Regimes: Insights From a Goldilocks Model, Tanjona Ramiadantsoa, Zak Ratajczak, and Monica G. Turner; Ecology

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Genomic and Transcriptomic Analyses Reveal Polygenic Architecture for Ecologically Important Traits in Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), Jennifer F. L. Riehl, Christopher T. Cole, Clay J. Marrow, Hilary L. Barker, Carolina Bernhardsson, Kennedy Rubert-Nason, Pär K. Ingvarsson, and Richard L. Lindroth; Ecology and Evolution

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Effect of Soil Warming on Growth and Physiology of Aspen Seedlings From Alberta, Canada, Stephanie B. Rudnew, Esteban Galeano, and Barb R. Thomas; The Forestry Chronicle

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Impacts of Historic Disturbance on Drought Response of Aspen-Dominated Forest, Julia Schwager, Miranda T. Curzon, and Brian J. Palik; Proceedings of the 1st Northern Hardwood Conference 2021

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Impacts of Historic Disturbance on Drought Response of Aspen-Dominated Forest, Julia Schwager, Miranda T. Curzon, and Brian J. Palik

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Big Meadows Mountain Meadow & Aspen Restoration Project 2017 – 2023 Summary Report, Scott River Watershed Council

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Superhydrophobicity Mechanism of Refoliated Quaking Aspen Leaves After Complete Defoliation by LDD (Gypsy, Spongy) Moth Caterpillars, Xin Sui, Jason Tam, Harald Keller, Wenyan Liang, and Uwe Erb; Plant Science

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Regeneration of Quaking Aspen and Understory Vegetation Change After Fire Risk Reduction Treatment, Allison M. Trudgeon

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Assessment of Carbon Productivity Dynamics in Aspen Stands Under Climate Change Based on Forest Inventories in Central Siberia, Andrey Andreevich Vais, Valentina Valerievna Popova, Alina Andreevna Andronova, Viktor Nikolaevich Nemich, Artem Gennadievich Nepovinnykh, and Pavel Vladimirovich Mikhaylov; Forests

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Above- and Belowground Fungal Biodiversity of Populus Trees on a Continental Scale, Michael E. Van Nuland, S. Caroline Daws, Joseph K. Bailey, Jennifer A. Schweitzer, Posy E. Busby, and Kabir G. Peay; Nature Microbiology

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Relationships Between Site Index and Ecological Variables of Trembling Poplar Forests (Populus tremula L.) in Türkiye, Ercan Velioǧlu, Şükrü Teoman Güner, Hidayet Karakurt, Yusuf Taştan, Zuhal Yavuz, and Dilek Tuǧrul; Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

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Future Transitions From a Conifer to a Deciduous-Dominated Landscape are Accelerated by Greater Wildfire Activity and Climate Change in Interior Alaska, Shelby A. Weiss, Adrienne M. Marshall, Katherine R. Hayes, Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Brian Buma, and Melissa S. Lucash; Landscape Ecology

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Tremblings, August 2023, Western Aspen Alliance

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Tremblings, February 2023, Western Aspen Alliance

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Tremblings, May 2023, Western Aspen Alliance; Tremblings

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Tremblings, November 2023, Western Aspen Alliance

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From Flames to Forage: How Wildfire Affects Elk Behavior and Abundance, Megan M. Whetzel

2022

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Wind and Fire: Rapid Shifts in Tree Community Composition Following Multiple Disturbances in the Southern Boreal Forest, Elias Anoszko, Lee E. Frelich, Roy L. Rich, and Peter B. Reich; Ecosphere

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Postfire Recovery of a Broad-Leaved Forest in Submountain Dagestan, Z. M. Asadulaev and P. K. Omarova; Contemporary Problems of Ecology

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Plant-Soil Feedbacks Persist Following Tree Death, Reducing Survival and Growth of Populus tremuloides Seedlings, Jonathan A. Bennett, James Franklin, and Justine Karst; Plant and Soil

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Frost-Associated Defoliation in Populus tremuloides Causes Repeated Growth Reductions Over 185 years., J. D. Birch, Y. Chikamoto, R. J. DeRose, V. Manvailer, E. H. Hogg, J. Karst, D. M. Love, and J. A. Lutz; Ecosystems

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Emulating Succession of Boreal Mixedwood Forests in Alberta Using Understory Protection Harvesting, Ivan Bjelnanovic, Philip G. Comeau, Sharon Meredith, and Brian Roth; Forests

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Young Forests and Fire: Using Lidar–Imagery Fusion to Explore Fuels and Burn Severity in a Subalpine Forest Reburn, Kristin H. Braziunas, Diane C. Abendroth, and Monica G. Turner; Ecosphere

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Interactions Among Wildlife, Forest Type and Landscape Position are Key Determinants of Boreal Forest Carbon Stocks, Sean M. P. Cahoon, Patrick F. Sullivan, and Andrew N. Gray; Journal of Ecology

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Harvest Impacts to Stand Development and Soil Properties Across Soil Textures: 25-Year Response of the Aspen Lake States LTSP Installations, Miranda T. Curzon, Robert A. Slesak, Brian J. Palik, and Julia K. Schwager; Forest Ecology and Management

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Polyploidy and Growth—Defense Tradeoffs in Natural Populations of Western Quaking Aspen, Justin DeRose, Richard S. Gardner, Richard L. Lindroth, and Karen E. Mock; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Assisted Migration is Plausible for a Boreal Tree Species under Climate Change: A Quantitative and Population Genetics Study of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in Western Canada, Chen Ding and Jean S. Brouard; Ecology and Evolution

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Genotypic Variation Rather Than Ploidy Level Determines Functional Trait Expression in a Foundation Tree Species in the Presence and Absence of Environmental Stress, Michael Eisenring, Richard L. Lindroth, Amy Flansburg, Noreen Giezendanner, Karen E. Mock, and Eric L. Kruger; Annals of Botany

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Identifying Conifer Tree vs. Deciduous Shrub and Tree Regeneration Trajectories in a Space-for-Time Boreal Peatland Fire Chronosequence Using Multispectral Lidar, Humaira Enayetullah, Laura Chasmer, Christopher Hopkinson, Dan Thompson, and Danielle Cobbaert; Atmosphere

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Bottom-Up Drivers of Future Fire Regimes in Western Boreal North America, Adrianna C. Foster, Jacquelyn K. Shuman, Brendan M. Rogers, Xanthe J. Walker, Michelle C. Mack, Laura L. Bourgeau-Chavez, Sander Veraverbeke, and Scott J. Goetz; Environmental Research Letters

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Compensatory Phenolic Induction Dynamics in Aspen After Aphid Infestation, Rajarshi Kumar Gaur, Ilka Nacif de Abreu, and Benedicte Riber Albrectsen; Scientific Reports

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Coping with Environmental Constraints: Geographically Divergent Adaptive Evolution and Germination Plasticity in the Transcontinental Populus tremuloides, Roos Goessen, Nathalie Isabel, Christian Wehenkel, Nathalie Pavy, Lisa Tischenko, Lyne Touchette, Isabelle Giguère, Marie-Claude Gros-Louis, Jérôme Laroche, Brian Boyle, Raju Soolanayakanahally, Karen E. Mock, Javier Hernández-Velasco, Sergio Leonel Simental-Rodriguez, Jean Bousquet, and Ilga M. Porth; Plants, People, Planet

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Oystershell Scale: An Invasive Threat to Aspen Conservation, Amanda M. Grady, Connor D. Crouch, Nicholas P. Wilhelmi, Richard W. Hofstetter, and Kristen M. Waring; WAA Briefs

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Growing Space Management in Boreal Mixedwood Forests: 22 Year Results, Richard Kabzems, George Harper, and Che Elkin; Journal of Sustainable Forestry

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Tree biomass – a fragile carbon storage in old-growth birch and aspen stands in hemiboreal Latvia, Laura Ķēniņa, Didzis Elferts, Ieva Jaunslaviete, Endijs Bāders, Guntars Šņepsts, and Āris Jansons; Baltic Forestry

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Suitability of European Aspen (Populus tremula) for Rehabilitation of Severely Polluted Areas, M. V. Kozlov and V. Zverev; Russian Journal of Ecology

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The Rapid Expansion of Populus tremuloides Due to Anthropogenic Disturbances in Eastern Canada, Mathilde Marchais, Dominique Arseneault, and Yves Bergeron; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Contrasting Structure of Root Mycorrhizal Communities of Black Spruce and Trembling Aspen in Different Layers of the Soil Profile in the Boreal Mixedwoods of Eastern Canada, Claudele Ghotsa Mekontchou, Daniel Houle, Yves Bergeron, Mélanie Roy, Monique Gardes, Armand Séguin, and Igor Drobyshev; Plant and Soil

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Facilitation Differentially Affects Competitive Responses of Aspen and Subalpine Fir Through Stages of Stand Development, Rebecca Lee Molinari, Matthew F. Bekker, Benjamin D. St. Clair, Jason Bartholomew, R. Justin DeRose, Stanley G. Kitchen, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Ecosphere

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Massive Wolf Kill Disrupts Long-Running Yellowstone Park Study, Virginia Morell; Science

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Soil Macrocharcoals Reveal Millennial-Scale Stability at the Pando Aspen Clonal Colony, Utah, USA, Jan Novák, Antonín Kusbach, Jan Šebesta, and Paul C. Rogers; Forest Ecology and Management

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Wildfire Catalyzed Shift from Conifer to Aspen Dominance in Montane Zone, Colorado, Arianna A. B. Porter, Timothy J. Assal, N. Thompson Hobbs, and Jason S. Sibold

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Ungulate Herbivores as Drivers of Aspen Recruitment and Understory Composition Throughout Arid Montane Landscapes, Elizabeth S. Reikowski, Tyler Refsland, and J. Hall Cushman; Ecosphere

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Rewilding the American West, William J. Ripple, Christopher Wolf, Michael K. Phillips, Robert L. Beschta, John A. Vucetich, J. Boone Kauffman, Beverly E. Law, Aaron J. Wirsing, Joanna E. Lambert, Elaine Leslie, Carly Vynne, Eric Dinerstein, Reed Noss, George Wuerthner, Dominick A. DellaSala, Jeremy T. Bruskotter, Michael Paul Nelson, Eileen Crist, Chris Darimont, and Daniel M. Ashe; BioScience

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Pando's Pulse: Vital Signs Signal Need for Course Correction at World-Renowned Aspen Forest, Paul C. Rogers; Conservation Science and Practice

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Assessing White-Tailed Deer Impacts to Tree Seedling Growth Using Citizen Science Data in Minnesota, USA, Matthew B. Russell and Johanna Desprez; Forest Science

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Climate Effects on Black Spruce and Trembling Aspen Productivity in Natural Origin Mixed Stands, Mahadev Sharma; Forests

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Limited Effects of Precipitation Manipulation on Soil Respiration and Inorganic N Concentrations Across Soil Drainage Classes in Northern Minnesota Aspen Forests, Anna B. Stockstad, Robert A. Slesak, Alan J. Toczydlowski, Charles R. Blinn, Randall K. Kolka, and Stephen D. Sebestyen; Forests

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The Effects of Combined Throughfall Reduction and Snow Removal on Soil Physical Properties Across a Drainage Gradient in Aspen Forests of Northern Minnesota, USA, Anna B. Stockstad, Robert A. Slesak, Alan J. Toczydlowski, Charles R. Blinn, Randall K. Kolka, and Stephen D. Sebestyen; Forest Ecology and Management

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Effects of Buried Wood on the Development of Populus tremuloides on Various Oil Sands Reclamation Soils, Kaitlyn E. Trepanier, Laura Manchola-Rojas, and Bradley D. Pinno; Forests

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The Effect of Stand Age on Biodiversity in a 130-Year Chronosequence of Populus tremula Stands, Tea Tullus, Reimo Lutter, Tiina Randlane, Andres Saag, Arvo Tullus, Ede Oja, Polina Degtjarenko, Meelis Pärtel, and Hardi Tullus; Forest Ecology and Management

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Tremblings, August 2022, Western Aspen Alliance; Tremblings

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Tremblings, February 2022, Western Aspen Alliance

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Tremblings, May 2022, Western Aspen Alliance; Tremblings

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Tremblings, November 2022, Western Aspen Alliance

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Aspen Leaves as a "Chemical Landscape" for Fungal Endophyte Diversity - Can Nitrogen and Herbivory Shape the Community Composition in Controlled Conditions?, Johanna Witzell, Vicki Huizu Guo Decker, Marta Agostinelli, Carmen Romeralo Tapia, Michelle Cleary, and Benedicte Riber Albrectsen; Frontiers in Microbiology

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Climate-Driven Thermal Opportunities and Risks for Leaf Miners in Aspen Canopies, H. Arthur Woods, Geoffrey Legault, Joel G. Kingsolver, Sylvain Pincebourde, Alisha A. Shah, and Beau G. Larkin; Ecological Monographs

2021

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Future Dominance by Quaking Aspen Expected Following Short-Interval, Compounded Disturbance Interaction, Robert A. Andrus, Sarah J. Hart, Niko Tutland, and Thomas T. Veblen; Ecosphere

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Tree Establishment on Post-Mining Waste Soils: Species, Density, and Mixture Effects, Degi Harja Asmara, Suzanne Allaire, Meine van Noordwijk, and Damase P. Khasa; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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European Aspen with High Compared to Low Constitutive Tannin Defenses Grow Taller in Response to Anthropogenic Nitrogen Enrichment, Franziska Bandau, Benedicte Riber Albrectsen, Kathryn M. Robinson, and Michael J. Gundale; Forest Ecology and Management

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Remote Sensing of Cytotype and its Consequences for Canopy Damage in Quaking Aspen, Benjamin Blonder, Philip G. Brodrick, James A. Walton, Catherine Dana Chadwick, Ian K. Breckheimer, Suzanne Marchetti, Courtenay A. Ray, and Karen E. Mock; Global Change Biology