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from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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An annotated index of plant diseases in Canada and fungi recorded on plants in Alaska, Canada and Greenland, I. L. Conners

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Effects of added surfactant on toxicity of picloram, 2, 4-D and 2, 4, 5-T to Populus tremuloides Michx. and P. balsamifera L. saplings, Wm. G. Corns and Tze-sen Dai; Canadian Journal of Plant Science

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Geographic variation of Quaking Aspen in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Dean W. Einspahr and Miles K. Benson; Silvae Genetica

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Growth and nutrient requirements of hybrids between Populus canescens and Populus tremuloides, Dean W. Einspahr, Miles K. Benson, and Willis M. Van Horn; Institute of Paper Chemistry

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Effect of isolation of bark on cambial activity and development of xylem and phloem in Trembling Aspen, R.F. Evert and T.T. Kozlowski; American Journal of Botany

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Ejection and dissemination of ascospores of Hypoxylon pruinatum, J.D. Froyd and D.W. French; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Some notes on the study of bark fungi, J.H.B. Garner; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Influence of Growth Media, Temperatures, and Light Intensities on Aspen Root and Top Growth, Gerald F. Gifford

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The influence of growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on Aspen root and top growth, G.F. Gifford; U.S. Forest Service Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station

Bacterial canker of Poplar in North America, J.R. Hansbrough; Proceedings of the 14th Congress International Union of Forest Research Organization, Munich

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Factors affecting the germination of spores of Hypoxylon pruinatum, Martin Hubbes and Raymond d'Astous; Canadian Journal of Botany

Epidemiology of white trunk rot of Aspen incited by Fomes igniarius var. populinus (Neuman) Campbell, Carl George Iverson; Dissertation Abstract

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Small-Mammal Distributions Across the Prairie-Forest Transition of Minnesota and North Dakota, Stuart L. Iverson, Robert W. Seabloom, and Joseph M. Hnatiuk; American Midland Naturalist

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Aspen site index in the Rocky Mountains, J.R. Jones; Journal of Forestry

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Use of Trembling Aspen in Pulp and Paper Manufacture, J. L. Keays

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A Study of the Components of the Lead Subacetate Precipitate of the Leaves of Populus Tremuloides, Homan Benjamin Kinsley, Jr; DAI-PHD

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Aspen wood characteristics, properties, and uses: a review of recent literature, Fred M. Lamb; USDA Forest Service North Central Forest Experiment Station

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An investigation of pectic substance in the developing xylem of Populus tremuloides, Kenneth C. Larson; Dissertation Abstract

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Shade tolerance in tree seedlings. I. Leaf photosynthesis and respiration in plant raised under artificial shade, K. Loach; New Phytologist

Factors affecting the germination of basidiospores of the heart rot fungus, Fomes igniarius [var. populinus] in the infection of Trembling Aspen, Paul D. Manion; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

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Nectria galligena and Ceratocystis fimbriata cankers of Aspen in Minnesota, Paul D. Manion and D. W. French; Forest Science

Biology and natural enemies of an Aspen leaf tier, Sciaphila duplex, in the Intermountain Region, M.D. McGregor; Journal of Economic Entomology

Ultrastructure of the gelatinous layer in tension wood fibres of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), A.J. Mia; Canada, Bi-monthly Research Notes Department of Forestry

Distribution of Oviposition Slits Constructed by Oberea Schaumii, Leconte and Saperda Concolor, Leconte (Coleoptera:Cerambycidae) on Aspen Suckers (Populus Tremuloides, Michaux), Wayne Lawrence Myers; DAI-PHD

High efficiency shoot regeneration from callus of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), E.W. Noh and S.C. Minocha; Plant Cell Reports

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Fall and winter food habits of ruffed grouse in northern Utah, Robert L. Phillips; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Plant succession with released grazing on New Mexico range lands, Loren C. Potter and John C. Krenetsky; Journal of Range Management

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A literature survey of Populus spp. with emphasis on P. tremuloides, D. Pronin and C.L. Vaughan; U.S. For Service Research Note, U.S. Forest Product Lab

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Manipulation of Water Use in an Aspen Forest, John D. Schultz; George B. Coltharp; George E. Hart, Jr.; and Michael Zan

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Early mortality of container planting in the Peace River Forest, Alberta, J. Soos; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory, Calgary, Alberta

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First year mortality of container planting in the Clearwater-Rocky Mountain House Forest, Alberta, J. Soos; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory, Calgary, Alberta

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Effects of gamma radiation on juvenile and mature cuttings of Quaking Aspen, G.R. Stairs and R.M. Jeffers; Forest Science

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Growth of White Spruce following release from Trembling Aspen, G.A. Steneker; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Early development of wound-initiated discoloration in Populus tremuloides, Edward Sucoff, Hilman Ratsch, and Donald D. Hook; Canadian Journal of Botany

Role of zinc, carbohydrate reserves, and soil properties in the vegetative reproduction of Aspen, Ronald K. Tew; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

Soil Moisture Depletion by Aspen in Central Utah, Ronald K. Tew; U.S. Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station

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Prescribed burning in a white spruce--trembling aspen stand in Manitoba, R.E. Tucker and J.M. Jarvis; Woodlands Review

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Seasonal variation in moisture content of eastern Canadian tree foliage and the possible effect on crown fires, C.E. Van Wagner; Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Petawawa Forest Experiment Station

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A morphological and biological concept of the species Ceratocystis fimbriata, R.K. Webster and E.E. Butler; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Comparative susceptibility of large and small Spruce roots to Polyporus tomentosus, R.D. Whitney; Canadian Journal of Botany

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The leaf roller Pseudexentera oregonana Wlshm, H.R. Wong and J.C.E. Melvin; Bi-monthly Research Notes Department of Forestry Canada

1966

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Some steam-volatile components of the extractives from Populus tremuloides heartwood, R.A. Abramovitch and O.A. Koleoso; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

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The clonal growth habit of American Aspens, B.V. Barnes; Ecology

Veneer yields from Lake States Quaking Aspen, E.H. Bulgrin, K.A. McDonald, and C.L. Vaughan; U.S. Forest Service Research Paper

Development of a White Pine underplantation in thinned and unthinned Aspen, J.R. Clements; Forestry Chronicle

An important predator of the Aspen leaf beetle, Chrysomela crotchi Brown, in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, K.R. Elliott and H.R. Wong; Canada Department of Forestry, Bi-monthly Research Notes

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Aspen root studies on three sites in northern Utah, Gerald F. Gifford; American Midland Naturalist

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Natural root grafts, B.F. Graham and F.H. Bormann; Botanical Review

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Minnesota's Aspen and its projected supply, Richard W. Groff; U.S. Forest Service North Central Forest Experiment Station

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An Ecological Study of Aspen Forest Communities, Kimball T. Harper

Some mechanical properties of Aspen wetwood, J.G. Haygreen and S.S. Wang; Forest Products Journal

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Antibiotic tests on western gall rust and Aspen cankers, Thomas E. Hinds and R.S. Peterson; Plant Disease Reporter

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Predicting discoloration in wood of Quaking Aspen, Donald D. Hook and Edward Sucoff; Minnesota Forestry Notes

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Influence of Fire on Aspen, K. W. Horton and E. J. Hopkins

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Inhibition of Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klotzsche) Cke. by Aspen bark meal and the nature of active extractives, M. Hubbes; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Review of Silvicultural Research: White Spruce and Trembling Aspen Cover Types, Mixedwood Forest Section, Boreal Forest Region, Alberta-Saskatchewan-Manitoba, J. M. Jarvis, G. A. Steneker, R. M. Waldron, and J. C. Lees

Review of silvicultural research. White Spruce and Trembling Aspen cover types, mixedwood forest section, boreal forest region, Alberta-Saskatchewan-Manitoba, J.M. Jarvis, G.A. Steneker, R.M. Waldron, and J.C. Lees; Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forestry Branch

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Energy Dynamics of Colorado Pikas, Donald R. Johnson and Marvin H. Maxwell; Ecology

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A site index table for Aspen [Populus tremuloides] in the southern and central Rocky Mountains, John R. Jones; U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station

Effect of compression on moisture content and sorption hysteresis of Aspen [Populus tremuloides] plywood, C.B. Koch; Forest Products Journal

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Shoot growth characteristics of heterophyllous woody plants, T.T. Kozlowski and J.J. Clausen; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Release of White Spruce from Aspen competition in Alberta's Spruce-Aspen forest, J.C. Lees; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory, Calgary, Alberta

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Controlled growth of forest tree roots: technique and application, Walter H. Lyford and Brayton F. Wilson; Harvard Forest Paper

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Apical growth of Populus spp. II. Relative growth potential of apical and lateral buds, J.S. Maini; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Apical growth of Populus spp. I. Sequential pattern of internode, bud, and branch length of young individuals, J.S. Maini; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Reproductive response of Populus and associated Pteridium to cutting, burning, and scarification, J.S. Maini and K.W. Horton; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forestry Branch, Ottawa

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Vegetative propagation of Populus spp. I. Influence of temperature on formation and initial growth of Aspen suckers, J.S. Maini and K.W. Horton; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Decay in wood and wood fiber products by Sporotrichum pruinosum, W. Merrill and D.W. French; Mycologia

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Leaf temperature profiles in vegetation canopies in west-central Colorado, P.C. Miller; Bulletin Ecological Society of America (Abstr)

Aerial spraying with 2,4-D to eliminate Trembling Aspen, R.H.M. Pratt; Pulp and Paper Magazine of Canada

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On the occurrence of root buds on perennial plants in Saskatchewan, M.V.S. Raju, R.T. Coupland, and T.A. Steeves; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Selected nutrients in mule deer browse plants, Henry L. Short, Donald R. Dietz, and Elmer E. Remmenga; Ecology

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Arizona's forests, John S. Spencer, Jr; Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, Utah

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Thinning in Trembling Aspen stands: Manitoba and Saskatchewan, G.A. Steneker and J.M. Jarvis; Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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The Effect of a Late Spring Frost on the Radial Growth of Variant Quaking Aspen Biotypes, Boyd R. Strain; Forest Science

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The phytosociological structure of upland forest at Candle Lake, Saskatchewan, J.M.A. Swan and R.L. Dix; Journal of Ecolology

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Factors affecting natural White Spruce regeneration on prepared seedbeds at the Riding Mountain Forest Experimental Area, Manitoba, R.M. Waldron; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Tertiary stratigraphy and paleobotany of the Cook Inlet region, Alaska, J.A. Wolfe, D.M. Hopkins, and E.B. Leopold; U.S. Geological Survey

1965

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Aspen-Elk Relationships on the Northern Yellowstone Winter Range, William J. Barmore Jr.; Western Association of State Fish and Game Commissioners Elk Workshop in Bozeman, Montana, March 2-4, 1965

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Some inoculum factors in pathogenicity studies of Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klotzsche) Cke. on Populus tremuloides Michx, J.E. Bier; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Native Poplars of southern Alberta and their hybrids, T.C. Brayshaw; Canada, Department of Forestry, Petawawa Forest Experiment Station, Ottawa

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Summer water use by aspen, spruce and grassland in western Colorado, H.E. Brown and J.R. Thompson; Journal of Forestry

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Repeated Spring Prescribed Burning ReducesAbundance and Vigor of Aspen Root Suckering, Robert E. Buckman and Lytle H. Blankenship; Journal of Forestry

The effects of big game and cattle grazing on aspen regeneration, Floyd H. Coles

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Phloem development in Populus tremuloides, Jerry D. Davis and R.F. Evert; Abstract in American Journal of Botany

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Cacodylic Acid as a Silvicide, Maurice W. Day; Quarterly Bulletin

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A forest land classification for the mixedwood section of Alberta, P.J.B. Duffy; Department of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory, Calgary, Ablerta

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Colchicine treatment of newly formed embryos of Quaking Aspen, Dean W. Einspahr; Forest Science

A preliminary survey of the fungi on and in healthy bark of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides), J.H.B. Garner and D.W. French; Phytopathology

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Growth and yield of well-stocked Aspen and Birch stands in Alaska, Robert A. Gregory and Paul M. Haack; Northern Forest Experiment Station, Juneau, Alaska

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A chemical basis for selection of heartwood fungi in Balsam Fir, M. Hubbes and D.E. Etheridge; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Experimental watersheds in the Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada, W.W. Jeffrey; International Association of Scientific Hydrology, Budapest

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Strength and related properties of woods grown in Canada, Elma I. Kennedy; Department of Forestry, Ottawa, Ontario

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Accuracy of point sampling in White Spruce-Aspen stands of Saskatchewan, C.L. Kirby; Journal of Forestry

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Clear cutting alternate strips and scarifying in white spruce and white spruce-trembling aspen stands to induce natural white spruce regeneration, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, V.S. Kolabinski; Forest Research Laboratory, Department of Forestry

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Temperature relationships of a blight attributed to Fusarium solani (Mart.) Sacc. on Trembling Aspen suckers, J.S. Maini and B.W. Dance; Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch, Bi-monthly Progress Report

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Colletotrichum shoot blight of Poplars, G.C. Marks, J.G. Berbee, and A.J. Riker; Forest Science

Direct penetration of leaves of Populus tremuloides by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, G.C. Marks, J.G. Berbee, and A.J. Riker; Phytopathology

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Growth and change in structure of an Aspen stand after a harvest cutting, E.C. Martin; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colorado

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Comparison of tree growth and callus production in Aspen, M.C. Mathes and D.W. Einspahr; Forest Science