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from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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2015

Secondary Successional Trajectories of Structural and Catabolic Bacterial Communities in Oil-polluted Soil Planted With Hybrid Poplar, Shinjini Mukherjee, Timo Sipilä, Pertti Pulkkinen, and Kim Yrjälä; Molecular Ecology

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Recovering aspen follow changing elk dynamics in Yellowstone: evidence of a trophic cascade?, Luke E. Painter, Robert L. Beschta, Eric J. Larsen, and William J. Ripple; Ecology

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Recovering aspen follow changing elk dynamics in Yellowstone: evidence of a trophic cascade? Read More: http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/14-0712.1, Luke E. Painter, Robert L. Beschta, Eric J. Larsen, and William J. Ripple; Ecology

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Regeneration Dynamics of White Spruce, Trembling Aspen, and Balsam Poplar in Response to Disturbance, Climatic, and Edaphic Factors in the Cold, Dry Boreal Forests of the Southwest Yukon, Canada, Shyam K. Paudel, Craig R. Nitschke, Suzanne W. Simard, and John L. Innes; Journal of Forestry

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Climate Variation and Disturbance Regime Affect Stand Composition and Structure of the Boreal Forests in Southwest Yukon of Canada, Shyam K. Paudel, Suzanne W. Simard, Craig R. Nitschke, and John L. Innes; Open Journal of Foresty

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Climate Variation and Disturbance Regime Affect Stand Composition and Structure of the Boreal Forests in Southwest Yukon of Canada, Shyam K. Paudel, Suzanne W. Simard, Craig R. Nitschke, and John L. Innes; Open Journal of Forestry

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Will changes in climate and land use affect soil organic matter composition? Evidence from an ecotonal climosequence, Kendra Pennock, Dan Pennock, Peter Leinweber, and Fran Walley; Geoderma

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Using custom scientific workflow software and GIS to inform protected area climate adaptation planning in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, N. B. Piekielek, A. J. Hansen, and T. Chang; Ecological Informatics

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Maximizing Natural Trembling Aspen Seedling Establishment on a Reclaimed Boreal Oil Sands Site, Brandley D. Pinno and Ruth C. Errington; Ecological Restoration

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Early vegetation control for the regeneration of a single-cohort, intimate mixture of white spruce and aspen on upland boreal sites–10th year update, Douglas G. Pitt, Philip G. Corneau, William C. Parker, Michael K. Hoepting, Daniel MacIssac, Scott McPherson, and Milo Mihajilovich; The Forestry Chronicle

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Will changes in climate and land use affect soil organic matter composition? Evidence from an ecotonal climosequence, Kendra Purton, Dan Pennock, Peter Leinweber, and Fran Walley; Geoderma

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Interactive effects of supplemental UV-B and temperature in European aspen seedlings: Implications for growth, leaf traits, phenolic defense and associated organisms, Tendry R. Randriamanana, Anu Lavola, and Riitta Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto; Plant Physiology and Biochemistry

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Adapting forest management to climate change using bioclimate models with topographic drivers, Gerald E. Rehfeldt, James J. Worrall, Suzanne B. Marchetti, and Nicholas L. Crookston; Forestry

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Building Resilience Into Quaking Aspen Management, Paul C. Rogers; WAA Briefs

Quaking Aspen at the Residential-Wildland Interface: Elk Herbivory Hinders Forest Conservation., Paul C. Rogers, Allison Jones, James Catlin, James Shuler, Arthur Morris, and Michael R. Kuhns; Natural Areas Journal

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Altered Fire Regimes and the Persistence of Quaking Aspen in the Rocky Mountains: A Literature Review, Aaron Rosenblum; Journal of Forestry

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Influence of genotype, environment, and gypsy moth herbivory on local and systemic chemical defenses in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides), Kennedy F. Rubert-Nason, John J. Couture, Ian T. Major, C. Peter Constabel, and Richard L. Lindroth; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Aspen Restoration and social agreements: an introductory guide for forest collaboratives in central and eastern Oregon, S. Trent Seager, Vernita Ediger, and Emily Jane Davis; The Nature Conservancy, Portland, OR.

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Group Clearfell Harvest Can Promote Regeneration of Aspen Forests Affected by Sudden Aspen Decline in Western Colorado, Wayne D. Shepperd, Frederick W. Smith, and Kristen A. Pelz; Forest Science

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The role of fire in aspen ecology and restoration. Western Aspen Alliance, Douglas J. Shinneman, Kevin D. Krasnow, and Susan K. McIlroy; Utah State University, Logan, Utah. WAA Briefs #3

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Managing Ungulate Browsing for Sustainable Aspen, Samuel B. St. Clair, Paul C. Rogers, and Michael R. Kuhns; WAA Briefs

Managing Ungulate Browsing for Sustainable Aspen. WAA Briefs #2, Samuel B. St. Clair, Paul C. Rogers, and Michael R. Kuhns; Western Aspen Alliance, Utah State University [brochure]

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Field guide to diseases and insects of quaking aspen in the West - Part I: Wood and bark boring insects, Brytten E. Steed and David A. Burton; R1-15-07, USDA, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection Northern Region, Missoula, MT

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Long-term monitoring of western aspen—lessons learned, E. K. Strand, S. C. Bunting, L. A. Starcevich, M. T. Nahorniak, G. Dicus, and L. K. Garrett; Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

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Spatiotemporal fire dynamics in mixed-conifer and aspen forests in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado, USA, Alan J. Tepley and Thomas T. Veblen; Ecological Monographs

Impacts of Soil Salinity on Aspen Tree Growth and Its Soil Fungal Community in Nursery, L-M Vaario, Raimo Jaatinen, Susanna Huhtiniemi, and Pertti Pulkkinen; VIII Maaperätieteen päivät Maaperä-Maapallon Elävä Iho, Pro Terra

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Effect of avalanche frequency on forest ecosystem services in a spruce–fir mountain forest, Giorgio Vacchiano, Margherita Maggioni, Giulia Perseghin, and Renzo Motta; Cold Regions Science and Technology

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Effect of avalanche frequency on forest ecosystem services in a spruce–fir mountain forest, Giorogio Vacchiano, Margherita Maggioni, Giulia Perseghin, and Renzo Motta; Cold Regions Science and Technology

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Big Game and Cattle Influence on Aspen Community Regeneration Following Prescribed Fire, Scott C. Walker, Val Jo Anderson, and Rachel A. Fugal; Rangeland Ecology and Management

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Fire modulates climate change response of simulated aspen distribution across topoclimatic gradients in a semiarid montane landscape, Jian Yang, Peter J. Weisberg, Douglas J. Shinneman, Thomas E. Dilts, Susan L. Earnst, and Robert M. Scheller; Landscape Ecology

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Loss of whole-tree hydraulic conductance during severe drought and multi-year forest die-off, William R. L. Anderegg, Leander D. L. Anderegg, Joseph A. Berry, and Christopher B. Field; Oecologia

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Response of Aspen Suckers to Simulated Browsing, Dale L. Bartos, Koketso Tshireletso, and C. John; Forest Science

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Forest stand structure, productivity, and age mediate climatic effects on aspen decline, David M. Bell, John B. Bradford, and William K. Lauenroth; Ecology

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Recent browsing damage by moose on Scots pine, birch and aspen in young commercial forests – effects of forage availability, moose population density and site productivity, G. Bergvist, R. Bergstrom, and M. Wallgren; Silva Fennica

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Regeneration and Recruitment Correlate with Stand Density and Composition in Long-Unburned Aspen Stands Undergoing Succession to Conifer in the Sierra Nevada, USA, John-Pascal Berrill and Christa M. Dagley; Forest Research

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Predation risk, elk, and aspen: comment, Robert L. Beschta, Cristina Eisenberg, John W. Laundre, William J. Ripple, and Thomas P. Rooney; Ecology

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Long-term livestock grazing alters aspen age structure in the northwestern Great Basin, Robert L. Beschta, J. Boone Kauffman, David S. Dobkin, and Lisa M. Ellsworth; Forest Ecology and Management

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Age structure of aspen forests on the Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado, Dan Binkley, Attia Alsanousi, and William H. Romme; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) volume growth in the boreal mixedwood: Effect of partial harvesting, tree social status, and neighborhood competition, Arun K. Bose, Suzanne Brais, and Brian D. Harvey; Forest Ecology and Management

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Sapling recruitment and mortality dynamics following partial harvesting in aspen-dominated mixedwoods in eastern Canada, Arun K. Bose, Brian D. Harvey, and Suzanne Brais; Forest Ecology and Management

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Stand composition, proximity to overstory trees and gradients of soil moisture influence patterns of subalpine fir seedling emergence and survival, Joshua R. Buck and Samuel B. St. Clair; Plant and Soil

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Avian Response to Mechanical Aspen Restoration in Sierra Nevada Coniferous Forest, Brent R. Campos and Ryan D. Burnett; Restoration Ecology

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Aspen (Populus tremuloides) stand dynamics and understory plant community changes over 46 years near Crested Butte, Colorado, USA, Jonathan D. Coop, Kristin J. Barker, Adrian D. Knight, and Joseph S. Pecharich; Forest Ecology and Management

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Long-term exposure to elevated CO2 and O3 alters aspen foliar chemistry across developmental stages, J. J. Couture, L. M. Holeski, and R. L. Lindroth; Plant, Cell & Environment

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Atmospheric change alters frass quality of forest canopy herbivores, John J. Couture and Richard L. Lindroth; Arthopod-Plant Interactions

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Harvest residue removal and soil compaction impact forest productivity and recovery: Potential implications for bioenergy harvests, Miranda T. Curzon, Anthony W. D'Amato, and Brian J. Palik; Forest Ecology and Management

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Genotypic Variation in a Foundation Tree (Populus tremula L.) Explains Community Structure of Associated Epiphytes, Chantel Davies, Christopher J. Ellis, Glenn R. Iason, and Richard A. Ennos; Biology Letters

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Genotypic Variation in a Foundation Tree (Populus tremula L.) Explains Community Structure of Associated Epiphytes, Chantel Davies, Christopher J. Ellis, Glenn R. Iason, and Richard A. Ennos; Biology Letters

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Simulation of Quaking Aspen Potential Fire Behavior in Northern Utah, USA, R. Justin DeRose and A Joshua Leffler; Forests

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Soil Organic Carbon Storage and Stability in the Aspen-Conifer Ecotone in Montane Forests in Utah, USA, Mercedes Roman Dobarco and Helga Van Miegroet; Forests

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Aspen Seedling Establishment and Growth after Wildfire in Central Arizona: An Instructive Case History, Mary L. Fairweather, E. A. Rokala, and Karen E. Mock; Forest Science

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Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone have weak, idiosyncratic effects on herbivorous forest insect abundance, species richness, and community composition, Michael L. Hillstrom, John J. Couture, and Richard L. Lindroth; Insect Conservation and Diversity

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Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone have weak, idiosyncratic effects on herbivorous forest insect abundance, species richness, and community composition, Michael L. Hillstrom, John J. Couture, and Richard L. Lindroth; Insect Conservation and Diversity

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Vegetation, land surface brightness, and temperature dynamics after aspen forest die-off, Cho-ying Huang; Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeoscience

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Slow lifelong growth predisposes Populus tremuloides to tree mortality, Kathryn B. Ireland, Margaret M. Moore, Peter Z. Fule, and Thomas J. Zegler; Oecologia

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Stand-scale tree mortality factors differ by site and species following drought in southwestern mixed conifer forests, Jeffrey M. Kane, Thomas E. Kolb, and Joel D. McMillin; Forest Ecology and management

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Rapid Assessment of Ecological Resilience in Aspen Communities, Jason Kirkey; Prescott College

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Incorporating multi-cohort old aspen and mixedwood dynamics into a long-term forest management plan, Paul A. LeBlanc; The Forestry Chronicle

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Hydraulic adjustments in aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings following defoliation involve root and leaf aquaporins., J Liu, MA Equiza, A Navarro-Rodenas, and JJ. Zwiazek; Planta

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Forest regeneration in gaps seven years after partial harvesting in riparian buffers of boreal mixedwood streams, Azim U. Mallik, David P. Kreutzweiser, and Cristina M. Spalvieri; Forest Ecology and Management

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Quaking Aspen Regeneration Following Presribed Fire In Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA, Ellis Q. Margolis and Calvin A. Farris; Fire Ecology

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Consequences of habitat change and resource selection specialization for population limitation in cavity nesting birds, Thomas E. Martin; Journal of Applied Ecology

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Herbivore-mediated material fluxes in a northern deciduous forest under elevated carbon dioxide and ozone concentrations, Timothy D. Meehan, John J. Couture, Alison E. Bennett, and Richard L. Lindroth; New Phytologist

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Herbivore‐mediated material fluxes in a northern deciduous forest under elevated carbon dioxide and ozone concentrations, Timothy D. Meehan, John J. Couture, Alison E. Bennett, and Richard L. Lindroth; New Phytologist

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Exploring succession within aspen communities using a habitat-based modeling approach, Cody M. Mittanck, Paul C. Rogers, R. Douglas Ramsey, Dale L. Bartos, and Ronald J. Ryel; Ecological Modeling

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SURVIVORSHIP OF SHRUBS AND TREES PLANTED WITHIN EXCLOSURES ON PINE CREEK ON THE ZUMWALT PRAIRIE PRESERVE, Peter J. Morley and Robert V. Taylor; The Nature Conservancy

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Growth and mortality of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) in response to artificial defoliation, Julien Moulinier, Francois Lorenzetti, and Yves Bergeron; Acta Oecologica

Spatial Patterns of Microbial Diversity and Activity in an Aged Creosote Contaminated Site, Shinjini Mukherjee, Heli Juottonen, Pauli Siivonen, Cosme Lloret Quesada, Pirjo Tuomi, Pertti Pulkkinen, and Kim Yrjälä; ISME

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Reserves Accumulated in Non-Photosynthetic Organs during the Previous Growing Season Drive Plant Defenses and Growth in Aspen in the Subsequent Growing Season, Ahmed Najar, Simon M. Landhausser, Justin G. A. Whitehill, Pierluigi Bonello, and Nadir Erbilgin; Journal of chemical ecology

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Silvicultural options for early-successional stands in Maine: 6-year results of the Silvicultural Intensity and Species Composition Experiment, Andrew S. Nelson, Robert G. Wagner, and Mike R. Saunders

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Outlier Stands of Quaking Aspen in the Davis Mountains of West Texas: Clone or Clones?, Jerritt Nunneley, O.W. Van Auken, and John Karges; American Journal of Plant Sciences

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After long-term decline, are aspen recovering in northern Yellowstone?, Luke E. Painter, Robert L. Beschta, and Eric J. Larsen; Forest Ecology and Management

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Survival probability of white spruce and trembling aspen in boreal pure and mixed stands experiencing self-thinning, Valentin Reyes-Hernandez and Philip G. Comeau; Forest Ecology and Management

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Status and Ecological Effects of the World’s Largest Carnivores, William J. Ripple, James A. Estes, Robert L. Beschta, Christopher C. Wilmers, Euan G. Ritchie, Mark Hebblewhite, Joel Berger, Bodil Elmhagen, Mike Letnic, Michael P. Nelson, Oswald J. Schmitz, Douglas W. Smith, Arian D. Wallach, and Aaron J. Wirsing; Science

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Herbivory strains resilience in drought-prone aspen landscapes of the western United States, Paul C. Rogers; Journal of Vegetations Science

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A Functional Framework for Improved Management of Western North American Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), Paul C. Rogers, M. Simon Landhausser, and Ronald J. Ryel; Forest Science

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Determination of Salicinoids by Micro-high-performance Liquid Chromatography and Photodiode Array Detection, K. F. Rubert-Nason, C. J. Hedman, L. M. Holeski, and R. L. Lindroth; Phytochemical Analysis

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Determination of Salicinoids by Micro‐high‐performance Liquid Chromatography and Photodiode Array Detection, K. F. Rubert-Nason, C. J. Hedman, L. M. Holeski, and R. L. Lindroth; Phytochemical Analysis

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Aspen Restoration Using Beaver on the Northern Yellowstone Winter Range under Reduced Ungulate Herbivory, Molly J. Runyon, Daniel B. Tyers, Bok F. Sowell, and Claire N. Gower; Restoration Ecology

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Effects of post-windthrow management interventions on understory plant communities in aspen-dominated boreal forests, Andrew Schafer, Rongzhou Man, Han Y.H. Chen, and Pengxin Lu; Forest Ecology and Management

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Genotyping-by-Sequencing for Populus Population Genomics: An Assessment of Genome Sampling Patterns and Filtering Approaches, Martin P. Schilling, Paul G. Wolf, Aaron M. Duffy, Hardeep S. Ria, Carol A. Rowe, Bryce A. Richardson, and Karen E. Mock; PloS one

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Simulated climate warming alters phenological synchrony between an outbreak insect herbivore and host trees, Ezra G. Schwartzberg, Mary A. Jamieson, Kenneth F. Raffa, Peter B. Reich, Rebecca A. Montgomery, and Richard L. Lindroth; Oecologia

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Root Chemistry in Populus tremuloides: Effects of Soil Nutrients, Defoliation, and Genotype, Michael T. Stevens, Adam C. Gusse, and Richard L. Lindroth; Journal of chemical ecology

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Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) Intake and Preference by Mammalian Herbivores: The Role of Plant Secondary Compounds and Nutritional Context, Juan J. Villalba, Elizabeth A. Burritt, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Depth of root placement, root size and carbon reserves determine reproduction success of aspen root fragments, Julia Wachowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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Legacy effects of fire size and severity on forest regeneration, recruitment, and wildlife activity in aspen forests, Ho Yi Wan, Adam C. Olson, Kyle D. Muncey, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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The Effect of Large Fire on Aspen Recruitment, T. W. Wilde; Journal of the NACAA

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Sudden Aspen Decline Report for Spruce Beetle Epidemic and Aspen Decline Management Response EIS, Jim Worrall, Suzanne Marchetti, and Gerald E. Rehfeldt

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Drought's legacy: multiyear hydraulic deterioration underlies widespread aspen forest die-off and portends increased future risk, William R.L. Anderegg, Lenka Plavcova, Leander D.L. Anderegg, Uwe G. Hacke, Joseph A. Berry, and Christopher B. Field; Global Change Biology

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The predominance of stand composition and structure over direct climatic and site effects in explaining aspen (Populus tremuloides Michaux) site index within boreal and temperate forests of western Quebec, Canada, Kenneth A. Anyomi, Frederic Raulier, Yves Bergeron, and Daniel Mailly; Forest Ecology and Management

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Disentangling herbivore impacts on Populus tremuloides: a comparison of native ungulates and cattle in Canada’s Aspen Parkland, Edward W. Bork, Cameron N. Carlyle, James F. Cahill, Rae E. Haddow, and Robert J. Hudson; Oecologia

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Continental-scale assessment of genetic diversity and population structure in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), Colin M. Callahan, Carol A. Rowe, Ronald J. Ryel, John D. Shaw, Michael D. Madritch, and Karen E. Mock; Journal of Biogeography

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Persistence of tree cavities used by cavity-nesting vertebrates declines in harvested forests, Amanda B. Edworthy and Kathy Martin; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Wolf, elk, and aspen food web relationships: Context and complexity, Cristina Eisenberg, S. Trent Seager, and David E. Hibbs; Forest Ecology and Management

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Clonal Diversity of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides): How Multiple Clones May Add to Theresilience and Persistence of this Forest Type, Richard Scott Gardner; Forestry

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Native Bees Associated with Isolated Aspen Stands in Pacific Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie, Natalie Gonzalez, Sandra J. DeBano, Chiho Kimoto, Robert V. Taylor, Carmen Tubbesing, and Christopher Strohm; Natural Areas Journal

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Prescribed Burning Has Limited Long-Term Effectiveness in Controlling Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Encroachment into Fescue Grassland in Prince Albert National Park, Digit D. Guedo and Eric G. Lamb; The Canadian Field-Naturalist

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Survival and Vitality of a Macrolichen 14 Years After Transplantation on Aspen Trees Retained at Clearcutting, Lena Gustafsson, Katja Fedrowitz, and Per Hazell; Forest Ecology and Management

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A simple soil moisture index for representing multi-year drought impacts on aspen productivity in the western Canadian interior, E. H. Hogg, A. G. Barr, and T. A. Black; Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

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Aquatic Ecosystem Response to Timber Harvesting for the Purpose of Restoring Aspen, Bobette E. Jones, Monika Krupa, and Kenneth W. Tate; PLoS ONE