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from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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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Fungi associated with Fomes igniarius var. populinus in living poplar trees and their probable significance in decay, H.M. Good and J.I. Nelson; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Performance of pallets from low-quality Aspen, T.B. Heebink

Inoculations with the sootybark canker fungus on Aspen, Thomas E. Hinds; Plant Disease Reporter

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Inhibition of Hypoxylon pruinatum by pyrocatechol isolated from bark of Aspen, M. Hubbes; Science

Two glycosides from Aspen fungistatic against Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klot.) Cke., M. Hubbes; Bi-monthly Progress Report Department of Forestry Canada

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Range management in relation to mule deer habitat and herd productivity in Utah, Odell Julander; Journal of Range Management

The growth and yield of White Spruce-Aspen stands in Saskatchewan, C.L. Kirby; Technical Bulletin Forest Branch Saskatchewan

Seasonal growth and development of Aspen stems, T.T. Kozlowski and C.H. Winget; Forestry Research Note Wisconsin College of Agriculture

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Color tests for differentiating heartwood and sapwood in certain softwood tree species, Norman P. Kutscha and Irving B. Sachs

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Vegetation and environmental patterns in the Crested Butte area, Gunnison County, Colorado, J.H. Langenheim; Ecological Monographs

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A discussion on White Spruce natural regeneration in Alberta's Spruce/Aspen stands, J.C. Lees; Empire Forestry Review

Hermaphroditism and Sex Expression in Populus Tremuloides, Michx, Donald Thomas Lester; ADD-PHD

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Growth of White Pine Seedlings Beneath an Aspen Stand, K.T. Logan

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Herbicide tests with shoulder-mounted mist blowers, W.P. MacConnell; Northeast Weed Science Society

Gloeosporium shoot blight and defoliation of Trembling Aspen, G.C. Marks, J.G. Berbee, and A.J. Riker; Phytopathology

Population Dynamics of Insects on Suckers of Quaking Aspen, Populus Tremuloides (Michx.), With Special Emphasis on the Spotted Poplar Aphid, Aphis Maculatae (Oestlund), and the Willow Shoot Sawfly, Janus Abbreviatus (Say), Eben Averill Osgood, Jr

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Studies on the chemistry of Aspenwood [Populus tremuloides] IX. p-Hydroxybenzoic acid in Aspen Klason lignin, I.A. Pearl and D.L. Beyer; Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Studies on the leaves of the family Salicaceae. I. Populin from the leaves of Populus grandidentata and Populus tremuloides, I.A. Pearl, S.F. Darling, and O. Justman; Journal of Organic Chemistry

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A quick method of collecting and cleaning Aspen seed, E.I. Roe and D.P. McCain; Tree Planters' Notes

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Timber Management Guide, USDA Forest Service

Natural variation in specific gravity in Populus tremuloides in Northern New York, F.A. Valentine; Proc. 9th Ntheast. For. Tree Impr. Conf., Syracuse 1961

Effects of extracts from dead branches of Trembling Aspen on the germination of spores of Fomes igniarius, R.E. Wall; Phytopathology

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A Miocene pollen sequence from the Cascade Range of northern Oregon. In Short papers in geology and hydrology, J.A. Wolfe; Short Papers in Geology and Hydrology, Articles 60-119 Geological Survey Research 1962

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Fenuron, a promising new tool for forest renovation in the northeast, C.C. Zimmerman; Northeastern Weed Science Society

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Hybrid aspens in the lower peninsula of Michigan, Burton V. Banres; Rhodora

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Phenology of several plant species at Ottawa, Ontario, and an examination of the influence of air temperatures, I.J. Bassett, R.M. Holmes, and K.H. MacKay; Canadian Journal of Plant Science

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The relation of bark moisture to the development of canker diseases caused by native, facultative parasites. VI. Pathogenicity studies of Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klotzsch) Cke., and Septoria musiva on species of Acer, Populus and Salix, J.E. Bier; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Ecology of the Aspen Parkland of Western Canada in Relation to Land Use, Ralph D. Bird

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Ecology of the Aspen parkland of Western Canada in relation to land use, R.D. Bird; Public Department of Agriculture Canada

The fatty acids of Aspen Poplar, Basswood, Yellow Birch and White Birch, L.P. Clermont; Pulp and Paper Magazine of Canada

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Spore dispersal in Pollaccia radiosa (Lib.) Bald. and Cif., B.W. Dance; Canadian Journal of Botany

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A trial of several silvicides on Red Maple, Aspen, and White Pine, Maurice W. Day; Quarterly Bulletin Michigan Agriculture Experiment Station

Tracing and evaluating functional root connections among stems within aspen clones, Norbert V. DeByle

A round-headed borer in the root collar of Poplars, J.A. Drouin, B.B. McLeod, and H.R. Wong; Bi-monthly Progress Report Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch Department Forest Canada

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The influence of gibberellic acid on growth and fiber length of Quaking Aspen, Dean W. Einspahr and J.P. Van Buijtenen; Forest Science

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Factors affecting branch infection in Aspen, D.E. Etheridge; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Tests of precision of cubic-foot tree-volume equations, D.L. Golding and O.F. Hall; Forestry Chronicle

Promoting the spread of Bigtooth Aspen [Populus grandidentata] in Iowa, A.W. Green; Station Note Central States Forest Experiment Station

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Wet wood, bacteria, and increased pH in trees, Carl Hartley, Ross Davidson, and Bowen S. Crandall

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The quality of the winter food of blue grouse, Robert S. Hoffman; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Economical spot seeding and planting methods for Pines on sand plains, K.W. Horton and R.J. McCormack; Government of Canada, Department of Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory, Ontario Region, Ottawa, Ontario

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Properties and utilization of Canadian Poplars, J.D. Irwin and J.A. Doyle; Technical Note Forest Product Research British Columbia, Canada

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Calibration of electric moisture meters for Jack and Red Pine, Black Spruce, Paper Birch, Black Ash, Eastern Hemlock, and Bigtooth Aspen, W.L. James; Reprint U.S. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison

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A prairie to forest succession in Wood Buffalo Park, Alberta, W.W. Jeffrey; Ecology

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Constitution of a 4-O-methylglucuro-noxylan from the wood of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), J.K.N. Jones, C.B. Purves, and T.E. Timell; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

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Relation of summer range condition to mule deer herd productivity, Odell Julander, W. Leslie Robineete, and Dale A. Jones; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Plant cover reductions by pocket gophers following experimental removal of Aspen from a watershed area in Utah, R.B. Marston and O. Julander; Journal of Forestry

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Studies on the chemistry of Aspenwood. VII. Further studies on the ether extractives of commercial Aspen spent liquor, I.A. Pearl and D.L. Beyer; Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Studies on the chemistry of Aspenwood. X. Neutral materials from the benzene extractives of Populus tremuloides, I.A. Pearl and J.A. Horrocks; Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Studies on the chemistry of Aspenwood. VIII. An investigation of the neutral extractives of commercial spent Aspen liquor, I.A. Pearl and P.F. McCoy; Journal of Organic Chemistry

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The effect of initial acid concentration on the lignin isolated by the acidolysis of Aspen wood, J.M. Pepper and M. Siddiqueullah; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

Volume tables for Aspen in Colorado, G. Peterson; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station

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Volume Tables for Aspen in Colorado, Geraldine Peterson

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A preliminary study of differential pollen grain preservation, A.G. Sangster and H.M. Dale; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Organic layers in Minnesota aspen stands and their role in soil improvement, Joseph Henry Stoeckeler; Forest Science

Physiological ecology of Populus tremuloides, Boyd R. Strain

Utilization of Aspen wood residues, D.W. Stranks; Forest Products Journal

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Girdling, basal spraying and frilling of mature Aspen, R.M. Waldron; Timber of Canada

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Seeding White Spruce at the base of Aspen, R.M. Waldron; Forestry Chronicle

The ecology of deer and Aspen in Lower Michigan, C.E. Westell; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

A study of the epiphytology of Hypoxylon canker of Aspen, Francis A. Wood; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

Testing of Poplars and Pines against Pine twisting rust, Melampsora pinitorqua, C.W.T. Young; Report on Forest Research by the Forestry Commission, London

1960

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The composition of the Lake McDonald Forest, Glacier National Park, A.R. Aller; Ecology

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Sootybark canker of Aspen in New Mexico, Stuart R. Andrews and Wallace E. Eslyn; Plant Disease Reporter

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Cucurbitaria staphula on Populus and its association with Macrophoma tumefaciens, Ruth Horner Arnold and R.C. Russell; Mycologia

Studies in forest pathology XXI The effects of decay on the production of Trembling Aspen pulpwood in the Upper Pic region of Ontario, J.T. Basham; Southern Research Station, Maple, Ontario.

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Influence of deer on vegetation of the Apostle Islands, Wisconsin, E.W. Beals, G. Cottam, and R.J. Vogl; Journal of Wildlife Management

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A technique for determining sex from vegetative buds of Quaking Aspen, G.M. Blake, R.L. Hossfeld, and S.S. Pauley; Forest Science

Observations on foliage diseases of introduced Poplars, M.G. Boyer; Bi-monthly Progress Report for the Division of Forest Biology Department Agriculture Canada

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The Klason lignin determination as applied to Aspenwood with special reference to acid-soluble lignin, L.R. Busche; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

Some seasonal growth data for Paper Birch, White Spruce and Aspen near Fairbanks, Alaska-1958, G.L. Downing; Technical Note Alaska Forest Research Center

Abnormal flowering behaviour in Aspen, Dean W. Einspahr; Iowa State College Journal of Science

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Late flowering in Aspen and its relation to naturally occurring hybrids, Dean W. Einspahr and P.N. Joranson; Forest Science

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The Poplar borer in relation to Aspen stocking, H.G. Ewan; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.

The methanol-extractable aromatic materials in the inner bark of P[opulus] tremuloides, H.B. Faber, Jr; Tappi

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Willow and Aspen in the ecology of beaver on Sagehen Creek, California, Joseph G. Hall; Ecology

The insects and diseases of Aspen, R.P. Harrison, Jr; Dissertation Abstract

An investigation of the neutral materials in the benzene extract of Aspenwood, J.A. Harrocks; Dissertation Abstract

Outbreaks of the forest tent caterpillar, Malacosoma disstria Hbn., and their effects on stands of Trembling Aspen in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, V. Hildahl and W.A. Reeks; Canadian Entomologist

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Pulping and papermaking experiments on Quaking Aspen from Colorado, A. Hyttinen, J.S. Martin, and E.L. Keller; Report for U.S. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison

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Improving the browse supply for deer with aerial applications of 2,4-D, L.W. Krefting, H.L. Hansen, and R.W. Hunt; Minnesota Forestry Note

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Gibberellic acid-induced growth of dormant hardwood cuttings, P.R. Larson; Forest Science

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Observations on flowering in the Aspens, D.T. Lester; Proceedings 8th Northeast Forest Tree Improvement Conference

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Some aspects of the Aspen-Birch-Spruce-Fir type in Ontario, D.W. MacLean; Technical Note Forest of British Columbia Canada

Invasion of Grassland by Populus Tremuloides in the Northern Great Plains, Jagmohan Singh Maini; ADD--PHD

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Spring phenological records at Edmonton, Alberta, E.H. Moss; Canadian Field Naturalist

Normal yield tables for Black Spruce, Jack Pine, Aspen, White Birch, tolerant hardwoods, White Pine, and Red Pine for Ontario, W.L. Plonski; Bulletin Silvicultural Series Ontario Department of Lands and Forests

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Oligosaccharides and associated glycosidases in Aspen tissues, J.B. Pridham; Biochemical Journal

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Soil factors affecting the growth of quaking aspen forests in the Lake States, Joseph Henry Stoeckeler

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Evaluating the growth potential of Aspen lands in northern Minnesota, R.O. Strothmann

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Fungi and decay in Aspen and Balsam Poplar in the Boreal Forest Region, Alberta, G.P. Thomas, D.E. Etheridge, and G. Paul; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Ecotypic variation of photoperiodic response in trees, especially in two Populus species, O. Vaartaja; Forest Science

Sampling fiber lengths in Quaking Aspen, J.P. VanBuijtenen; Proceedings of the 5th World Forest Congress, Seattle

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Soil-forest types of the Yukon and Tanana valleys in subarctic Alaska, S.A. Wilde and H.H. Krause; Journal of Soil Science

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Natural variation and clonal development of Populus tremuloides and P. grandidentata in Northern Lower Michigan, B.V. Barnes; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

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Aspen invasion of prairie, Murray F. Buell and Helen F. Buell; Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club

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Decay of Aspen in Colorado, Ross W. Davidson, Thomas E. Hinds, and Frank G. Hawksworth; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Fort Collins, Colo.

A study of Hypoxylon pruinatum canker on Aspen [Populus tremuloides], Maurice W. Day and Forrest C. Strong; Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, East Lansing

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Nursery production of Aspen seedlings, Dean W. Einspahr; Tree Planters' Notes

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A non-destructive method of estimating moisture in wood, D.E. Etheridge; Canadian Journal of Botany