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from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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Identity and biology of an Aspen root girdler, Agrilus horni, J.C. Nord, F.B. Knight, and G.B. Vogt; Forest Science

Natural regulation of the aphid Pterocomma populifoliae on Bigtooth Aspen suckers in northern Michigan, Christopher J. Sanders; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertertation Abstract

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Aspen Snag Yields Record Bitterbrush Seed Cache, Edward R. Schneegas; Journal of Range Management

Quaking aspen, E.J. Schreiner; Silvics of forest trees of the United States

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Susceptibility of the Great Basin tent caterpillar, Malacosoma fragile (Stretch), to a nuclear polyhedrosis virus and Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner, M.J. Stelzer; Journal of Invertebrate Pathology

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Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides, Michx.), R.O. Strothmann; Silvics of forest trees in the United States

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Two species of gall-producing Saperda in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, H.R. Wong and B.B. McLeod; Canada Department of Forestry Bi-monthly Progress Report

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Hypoxylon canker of Aspen: seasonal development of cankers and ascospore ejection in winter, F.A. Wood and D.W. French; Phytopathology

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Microorganisms associated with Hypoxylon pruinatum, F.A. Wood and D.W. French; Mycologia

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Preliminary tables of some chemical elements in seven tree species in Maine, H.E. Young, P.N. Carpenter, and R.A. Altenberger; Maine Agriculture Experiment Station

The clonal concept in Aspen site relations, R. Zahner and N.A. Crawford; Forest soil relationships in North America

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Effect of pruning the parent root on growth of Aspen suckers, R. Zahner and N.V. DeByle; Ecology

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Morphology of Ceratocystis fimbriata in Aspen, H. Zalasky; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Process of Ceratocystis fimbriata infection in Aspen, H. Zalasky; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Inoculation tests with Diplodia tumefaciens (Shear) Zalasky, H. Zalasky and O.K. Fenn; Canada, Department of Forestry, Bi-monthly Progress Report

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Studies of western tree rusts. VI. The aecial host ranges of Melampsora albertensis, M. medusae, and M. occidentalis, Wolf G. Ziller; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Hypoxylon canker impact on aspen, Ralph L. Anderson; Phytopathology

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Cull studies. The defects and associated basidiomycete fungi in the heartwood of living trees in the forests of Ontario, J.T. Basham and Z.J.R. Morawski; Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch, Ottawa, Ontario

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Chemical control of vegetative competition in Aspen plantings, M.K. Benson and D.W. Einspahr; Tree Planters' Notes

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An unusual potential cause of forest fires, G.S. Chester and E.J. Hopkins; Fire Control Notes

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Long range effect on Aspen of defoliation by the forest tent caterpillar, G.B. Churchill; Minnesota Forestry Notes

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Long-term effects of defoliation of Aspen by the forest tent caterpillar, G.B. Churchill, H.H. John, D.P. Duncan, and A.C. Hodson; Ecology

Bionomics of the Aspen leaf miner, Phyllocnistis populiella Cham. (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae), S.F. Condrashoff; Canadian Entomologist

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Observations on the effects of stem cankers associated with Pezicula ocellata (Pers.) Seaver in young Trembling Aspen, B.W Dance, D.F. Lynn, and V. Jansons; Canada Department of Forestry Bi-monthly Progress Report Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch

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Detection of functional intraclonal Aspen root connections by tracers and excavation, Norbert V. DeByle; Forest Science

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Production and evaluation of Aspen hybrids, Dean W. Einspahr and M.K. Benson; Journal of Forestry

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Clonal variation in suckering of Aspen obscures effect of various clearcutting treatments, P.W. Garrett and R. Zahner; Journal of Forestry

Site index curves for Aspen in the Lake States, S.R. Gevorkiantz; Technical Note Lake States Forest Experiment Station

Aspen root and top growth: Field observations of roots; response of roots and tops to moisture, temperature, light intensity, and soil type, Gerald F. Gifford

Distribution of aspen cankers in Colorado, Thomas E. Hinds; Plant Disease Reporter

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Influence of fire on Aspen suckering, K.W. Horton and E.J. Hopkins; Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Research Branch

The invasion site of Hypoxylon pruinatum in Populus tremuloides, M. Hubbes; Phytopathology

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New facts on host-parasite relationships in the Hypoxylon [pruinatum] canker of Aspen, Martin Hubbes; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Diurnal and seasonal variation in radii of tree stems, T.T. Kozlowski and C.H. Winget; Ecology

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The natural occurrence of an antibiotic in the mycorrhizal fungus Cenococcum graniforme, G.N. Krywolap; L.F. Grand; and L.E. Casida, Jr; Canadian Journal of Microbiology

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An easy way to preserve fence-posts by sap displacement, J. Krzyzewski; Department of Forestry, Ottawa, Ontario

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Soil profile development in some Peace River soils, L.M. Lavkulich, S. Pawluk, and W. Odynsky; Canadian Journal of Soil Science

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A test of harvest cutting methods in Alberta's Spruce-Aspen forest, J.C. Lees; Department of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory, Calgary, Alberta

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A quick method of determining age of Trembling Aspen, R.J. Lynn; Forestry Chronicle

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Anomalous floral organization in Populus tremuloides, J.S. Maini and R.T. Coupland; Canaidan Journal of Botany

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A simple technique for age determination in Trembling Aspen, J.S. Maini and R.T. Coupland; Forestry Chronicle

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The culture of isolated triploid Aspen tissue, M.C. Mathes; Forest Science

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Beaver cuttings in Aspen indirectly detrimental to White Pine, W. McNeel, Jr; Journal of Wildlife Management

Developmental morphology of Hypoxylon pruinatum in bark of Quaking Aspen, J.D. Rogers and J.G. Berbee; Phytopathology

Constitution and Pulping of Aspen and Poplar Woods, L. Roth and J. Weiner; Bibliographic Series, Institute of Paper Chemistry, Appleton, Wis.

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A possible ecological relation between soil disturbance, light-flash, and seed germination, J. Sauer and G. Struik; Ecology

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Some chemical characteristics of the organic matter extracted from the O and B2 horizons of a grey wooded soil, M. Schnitzer and U.C. Gupta; Soil Science Society of America

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Two-stage nonchlorination bleaching of several hardwood neutral sulfite semichemical pulps, F.A. Simmonds and A. Hyttinen; Forest Products Laboratory, U.S. Forest Service Research

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Alkaline oxidation of 14C-labelled protolignin, formed from cinnamic acid in Spruce and Aspen twigs, D.G. Smith and A.C. Neish; Phytochemistry

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Ten-year results of thinning 14-, 19- and 23-year-old Aspen to different spacings, G.A. Steneker; Department of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Physiological and morphological variability of quaking aspen clones, Boyd Ray Strain

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Water-soluble substances in dead branches of Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) and their effects on Fomes igniarius, R.E. Wall and J.E. Kuntz; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Miocene floras from Fingerrock Washington, southwestern Nevada, J.A. Wolfe; US Geological Survey Professional Paper

In vitro cultivation of Ash, Aspen and Pin Oak callus tissue, K.E. Wolter; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

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Transpiration capacity of dormant buds of forest trees, K.E. Wolter and T.T. Kozlowski; Botanical Gazette

Ceratocystis canker of Aspen in Pennsylvania, F.A. Wood; Plant Disease Reporter

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Preliminary fresh and dry weight tables for seven tree species in Maine, Harold E. Young, Lars Strand, and Russell Altenberger; University of Maine, Orono

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Nomenclature and description of Diplodia tumefaciens (Shear) Zalasky [= Macrophoma tumefaciens Shear apud Hubert], H. Zalasky; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Extractives from Populus tremuloides heartwood: the triterpene alcohols, R.A. Abramovitch and R.G. Micetich; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

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Phytosociological analysis of Aspen communities on three site classes for Populus grandidentatain western Cheboygan County, Michigan, W.S. Benninghoff and K.J. Cramer; Vegetatio

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Some inoculum and substrate factors in the cultural inhibition of Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klotzsche) Cke. by pyrocatechol, J.E. Bier and M.H. Rowat; Canadian Journal of Botany

Clone identification and delineation in the Aspens, G.M. Blake; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

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The composition, biomass and productivity of two Populus forests, J.R. Bray and L.A. Dudkiewicz; Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club

The cooking process XIV: The action of aqueous solutions of pure sodium hydrosulfide on Aspen wood [sawdust], Leonard Francis Burkart

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Survival and growth of 12-year hybrid Aspen compared to native Wisconsin stock, T.W. Church; USDA Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, Minn.

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Studies of the decomposition rates of tree litter, R. Daubenmire and D.C. Prusso; Ecology

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Inherent variations in the response of Aspen to frost damage, Roger Egeberg Jr.; Ecology

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Natural variation and heritability in triploid Aspen, Dean W. Einspahr, J.P. Van Buijtenen, and J.R. Peckham; Silvae Genetica

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Effect of Light Intensity on Growth of Populus Tremuloides Cutting Under Two Temperature Regimes, Robert E. Farmer, Jr.; Ecology

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Aspen root sucker formation and apical dominance, Robert Edward Farmer, Jr; Forest Science

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Effect of light intensity on growth of Populus tremuloides cuttings under two temperature regimes, Robert Edward Farmer, Jr; Ecology

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Vegetative propagation of Aspen by greenwood cuttings, Robert Edward Farmer Jr.; Journal of Forestry

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Ecological Aspects of Air Pollution From an Iron-Sintering Plant at Wawa, Ontario, Alan G. Gordan and Eville Gordan; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Ecological aspects of air pollution from an iron sintering plant at Wawa, Ontario, A.G. Gordon and E. Gorham; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Aspen: Phoenix trees of the Great Lakes Region, Samuel A. Graham; Robert P. Harrison, Jr; and Casey E. Westell, Jr

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Sharptail brood habitat in Wisconsin's northern pine barrens, F.N. Hamerstrom, Jr; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Melanagromyza schineri (Giraud) on Trembling Aspen in Ontario, H. Herdy; Department of Forestry, Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch, Bi-monthly Progress Report

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Extent of decay associated with Fomes igniarius sporophores in Colorado Aspen, Thomas E. Hinds; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station

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Gelatinous fibers in the roots of Quaking Aspen, R. Jagels; Forest Science

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Comparison of tree growth on two sites in the Riding Mountain forest experimental area, J.S. Jameson; Government of Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba

The distribution of twig boring insects in the crowns of Aspen, F.B. Knight; Proceedings, North Central Branch, Entomological Society of America, Lexington, Kentucky

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Partial cutting with scarification in Alberta Spruce-Aspen stands, J.C. Lees

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Floral initiation and development in Quaking Aspen, D.T. Lester; For. Sci.

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Variation in sex expression in Populus tremuloides Michx, D.T. Lester; Silvae Genetica

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The Cottonwood leaf miner, Leucoptera albella Cham, O.H. Lindquist; Canada Department of Forestry, Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch

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An economic analysis of three Pine release experiments in Northern Minnesota, A.L. Lundgren; Forest Science

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Antimicrobial substances from Aspen tissue grown in vitro, M.C. Mathes; Science

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Radial growth studies, G.A. McDougall; Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch

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Frost injuries on branches of Aspen, G.B. Ouellette; Canada Department of Forestry, Bi-monthly Progress Report Forest Entomology Pathology Branch

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Flower and seed production; a source of error in estimating woodland production, energy flow and mineral cycling, J.D. Ovington; Oikos

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Vegetational pattern in relation to environments in the Madison Range, Montana. Ecological Monographs, D.T. Patten; Ecological Monographs

Performance of some Aspen seed sources and hybrids in Eastern Massachusetts, S.S. Pauley; World Consultation on Forest Genetics and Tree Improvement, Stockholm

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Results of Aspen screening tests: I,II,III,IV, S.S. Pauley; A.G. Johnson; and F.S. Santamour, Jr; School of Forestry, University of Minnesota, St. Paul

Aspen bark as a source of organic chemicals, I.A. Pearl; Forest Products Journal

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Appraisal of moose range in southwestern Montana, James M. Peek; Journal of Range Management

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The effect of time and temperature on the hydrogenation of Aspen lignin, J.M. Pepper and W. Steck; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

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Enzymatic splitting of sucrose by some strains of Valsa nivea Fr., Arne Persson-Huppel; Studia Forestalia Suecica

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Hypoxylon canker of Aspen. I. Screening for disease resistance. II. Development morphology and cytology of Hypoxylon pruinatum, Jack D. Rogers

Improvement of disease resistance in Populus, Ernst J. Schreiner; World Consultation on Forest Genetics and Tree Improvement, Stockholm, Sweden, 1963

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A description and classification, by composition, of the aspen stands in the Sierra Madre Mountains, Wyoming, Kieth E. Severson