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from the Merrill-Cazier Digital Commons portal, provides a comprehensive and searchable database of published and unpublished aspen references.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

Evaluating the growth potential of Aspen lands in northern Minnesota, R.O. Strothmann; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.

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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

1959

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

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Revegetation of landslides in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, E. Flaccus; Ecology

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Host bark characteristics and infection by Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klot.) Cke., D.W. French and N. Oshima; Forest Science

Aspen management in Utah, Joel L. Frykman; Society of American Foresters Meeting

Dry weight of green Aspen bolts, J. Haygreen; Forest Products Journal

A test of the effectiveness of sodium arsenite impregnated paper strips in killing Aspen and northern hardwoods, J.A. Johnsons; Tech. Bull. Ford For. Cent., L'Anse

Factors associated with the development of collapse in Aspen during kiln drying, A.E. Kemp; Forest Products Journal

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Effects of logging and fire on xerophytic forests in northern Michigan, P.D. Kilburn; Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club

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Regenerating Aspen by suckering in the Southwest, Merylyn M. Larson; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Fort Collins, Colo.

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Debarking Bigtooth Aspen with 2,4-D amine salt, R.E. Lohrey; Technical Note Lake States Forest Experiment Station

Separating lignosulphonates from carbohydrates in Aspen spent sulphite liquor by ion exchange, I.A. Pearl and D.L. Beyer; Forest Products Journal

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Studies on the barks of the family Salicaceae. II. Salireposide from the bark of Populus tremuloides, I.A. Pearl and S.F. Darling; Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Studies on the barks of the family Salicaceae. I. Tremuloidin, a new glucoside from the bark of Populus tremuloides, I.A. Pearl and S.F. Darling; The Journal of Organic Chemistry

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The isolation and properties of lignins obtained by the acidolysis of Spruce [Picea abies] and Aspen [Populus tremuloides] woods in dioxane-water medium, J.M. Pepper, P.E.T. Baylis, and E. Alder; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

Insects on Trembling Aspen [Populus tremuloides], A.H. Rose and E.P. Smereka; Bi-monthly Progress Report for Division Forest Biology Department of Agriculture Canada

Notes on the American Aspen beetle, A.J. Rose and E.P. Smereka; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division of Forest Biology Department of Agriculture Canada

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Rate of decay in northern hardwoods following artificial inoculation with some common heartrot fungi, S.B. Silvervorg; Forest Science

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Some Aspects of Regeneration Silviculture in Spruce-Aspen Stands in Alberta, L. A. SMITHERS

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Growth of Alberta White Spruce After Release from Aspen Competition, L. A. Smithers and G Ontkean

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Note on the presence of sex chromosomes in Populus tremuloides, J.P. VanBuijtenen and D.W. Einspahr; Botanical Gazette

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Some sampling attributes of the negative binomial distribution with special reference to forest insects, W.E. Waters and W.R. Henson; Forest Science

Growth, specific gravity, and chemical composition of Quaking Aspen on different soil types, S.A. Wilde and B.H. Paul; Report U.S. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison

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Food habits of the deer mouse, Olwen Williams; Journal of Mammalogy

1958

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Periodic annual growth of the upland types on the Cloquet Forest, J.H. Allison; Minnesota Forestry Note

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Hypoxylon infection not greatly influenced by sex of Aspen trees, G.W. Anderson; Technical Note Lake States Forest Experiment Station

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Decay of trembling aspen, J.T. Basham; Canadian Journal of Botany

The isolation of lignin from Aspen wood, P.E.T. Baylis and J.M. Pepper; Abstract in Chemistry in Canada, Ottawa

Observations on a new Poplar leaf miner, Phytagromyza populicola (Hal.), R. Beique and P. Bouchard; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division Forest Biology Department of Agriculture Canada

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Volume determination of green wood specimens, J.L. Benson, W.B. Wallin, and C.J. Shiue; Minnesota Forestry Note

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Photosynthetic and respiratory rates in leaves of male and female Quaking Aspens, P.F. Bourdeau; Forest Science

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Aspend debarking with 2,4,5-T, Jiann S. Cherng, R.M. Brown, and L.W. Rees; Journal of Forestry

The callusing and rooting of air-layers in Betula papyrifera, Populus tremuloides, Larix laricina and Abies balsamea, L. Chouinard and L. Parrot; Fonds de recherches forestières de l'université laval contribution

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Ecology of the polyhedroses of tent caterpillars, Edwin C. Clark; Ecology

The chemical composition and pulping characteristics of normal and tension wood of Aspen Poplar and White Elm, L.P. Clermont and F. Bender; Pulp and Paper Magazine Canada

Differences in Aspen phenology and survival of immature stages of Phyllocnistis populiella Chamb, S.F. Condrashoff; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division Forest Biology Department Agriculture Canada

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A study of Aspen-Balsam Fir cutting methods in Northern Wisconsin-five-year results, J.H. Cooley and W.B. Lord; Journal of Forestry

Thinning Aspen in Upper Michigan, Maurice W. Day; Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, East Lansing

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Production of herbaceous vegetation in openings and under canopies of western Aspen, L. Ellison and W.R. Houston; Ecology

Fungi associated with living and dead branches of pole-sized Aspen, D.E. Etheridge and J. Laut; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division of Forest Biology Department of Agriculture Canada

Veneer and plywood from Aspen Poplar, A.O. Feihl; Reprint from Canadian Woodworker, Toronto

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Mortality of overstory Trembling Aspen in relation to outbreaks of the forest tent caterpillar [Malacosoma disstria] and the Spruce budworm [Choristoneura fumiferana], A. W. Ghent; Ecology

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The effects of radiation on the habitat temperatures of some Poplar-inhabiting insects, W.R. Henson; Canadian Journal of Zoology

Experiments on the groundwood and sulfite pulping of Subalpine Fir, A. Hyttinen, E.L. Keller, and E.R. Schafer; Report for the U.S. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison

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Photosynthesis in Aspen bark, L.C. Pearson and D.B. Lawrence; American Journal of Botany

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The effect of defoliation on foliage production and radial growth of Quaking Aspen, A.H. Rose; Forest Science

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The water-holding capacity of wood chips as compared with common livestock beddings, J.A. Salzman; Minnesota Forestry Note

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Absorption and translocation of 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid derivatives in Quaking Aspen, Cherng-Jiann Shiue, R.L. Hossfeld, and L.W. Rees; Forest Science

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Some anatomical and physiological changes in Quaking Aspen [P. tremuloides] induced by bark removal with 2,4,5-T, Cherng-Jiann Shiue, L.W. Rees, and R.M. Brown; For. Sci.

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Silvical characteristics of Bigtooth Aspen [Populas grandidentata], P.E. Slabaugh; Sta. Pap. Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.

Some characteristics of five soil profiles under quaking aspen in Cache National Forest, Alvin R. Southard

Naturally ocurring triploid Quaking Aspen [Populus tremuloides] in the United States, J.P. VanBuijtenen, P.N. Einspahr, and D.W. Einspahr; Proceedings Society of American Foresters 1957

The influence and importance of defects and log grades on lumber grade yield from Aspen logs, W.B. Wallin; Abstract of thesis, in Dissertation Abstract

1957

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Phenological observations of nineteen native tree species in northeastern Minnesota, Clifford E. Ahlgren; Ecology

Constitution and pulping of Aspen and Poplar woods, C.L. Brown, G. Saeger, and J. Weiner; Bibliographic Series, Institute of Paper Chemistry, Appleton, Wisconsin

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A New Species of Plagiostoma Associated with a Leaf Disease of Hybrid Aspens, E.K. Cash and A.M. Waterman; Mycologia

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Influence of the Aspen Overstory on White Spruce Growth in Sasketchewan, J.H. Cayford; Department of Northern Affairs and Natural Resources. Ottawa

A fungus associated with blight and dieback of hybrid Aspen, B.W. Dance; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division of Forest Biology, Department Agriculture Canada

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Additional species of Ophiostomaceae from Colorado, R.W. Davidson; Mycologia

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A method for Aspen and Cottonwood Seed Extraction, Dean W. Einspahr and D. Schlafke; Tree Planters' Notes

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Effects of silvicultural practices on wildlife food and cover in Oak and Aspen types in Northern Michigan, L.W. Gysel; Journal of Forestry

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Some effects of monuron on Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus) regeneration, H.L. Hansen and R.R. Johnson; Minnesota Forestry Note

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A comparison of soil, climate, and biota of conifer and Aspen communities in the central Rocky Mountains, C. Clayton Hoff; American Midland Naturalist

Structure and composition of Aspen bark, R.L. Hossfeld and F.H. Kaufert; Forest Products Journal

The Appearance and Decay Resistance of Discoloured Aspen, R.L. Hossfeld, C. Oberg, and D.W. French; Forest Products Journal

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The Hemicelluloses Present in Aspen wood (Populus Tremuloides). Part III. The Constitution of Pentosan and Hexosan Fractions, J.N.K. Jones, E. Merler, and Louis E. Wise; Canadian Journal of Chemistry

Study of Factors Associated with the Development of Collapse During the Kiln-Drying of Aspen Lumber, A.K. Kemp; Dissert. Abstr.

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The growth and yield of Aspen [Populus tremuloides] in Saskatchewan, C.L. Kirby and J.R. Bailey and Gilmour; Saskatchewan, Forestry Branch

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The Growth and Yield of Aspen in Saskatchewan, C. L. Kirby, W. S. Bailey, and J. G. Gilmour

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Lecithinase Production by Strains of Bacillus Cereus Fr. and Fr. Pathogenic for the Larch Sawfly, Pristiphora Erichsonii (Htg.), D.J. Kuhner and A.M. Heimpel; Canadian Journal of Microbiology

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A Vegetation and Soil Chronosequence on the Mesabi Iron Range Spoil Banks, Minnesota, G.A. Leisman; Ecological Monographs

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Aspen Leaf Blight in the Intermountain Region, James L. Mielke; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, Utah

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Aspen Leaf Blight in the Intermountain Region, James L. Mielke

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Sex ratio and hermaphroditism in a natural population of Quaking Aspen [Populus tremuloides], S.S. Pauley and G.F. Mennel; Minnesota Forestry Notes

The nature of Aspen lignin, I.A. Pearl; Forest Products Journal

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A technique for differentiating annual rings in increment cores from diffuse porous woods, A.H. Rose; Forest Chronicle

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An analysis of avifaunas in the Teton Mountains and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, George William Salt; The Condor

The Anatomical and Physiological Effects of Chlorophenoxyacetic Acid Derivatives on Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides, Michx.) With Special Reference to the Application of Such Chemicals as Debarking Agents, Cherng-Jiann Shiue

Silvical Characteristics of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides), R.O. Strothmann and Z.A. Zasada; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. Columbus, Ohio

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Five-Year Results in an Aspen Sucker Density Study, Rudolph O. Strothmann and Miron L. Heinselman; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.

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The effect of soil characteristics on the growth of Quaking Aspen in Northern Minnesota, G.K. Voigt, M.L. Heinselman, and Z.A. Zasada; Soil Science Society of America, Proceedings

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Canker and Dieback of Poplars Caused by Dothichiza Populae, Alma W. Waterman; Forest Science

Sawflies of the genus Platycampus Schiodte on Trembling Aspen in the Canadian prairies, H.R. Wong; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division of Forestry, Biology Department Agriculture Canada

1956

Decay and Discolourations in Poplar pulpwood, E.A. Atwell; F.P.L. tech. Note For. Prod. Lab. Can.

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Production of High-Yield Pulps from Aspen by Mild Treatments with Sodium Hydroxide, K.J. Brown and J.N. McGovern; Forest Products Laboratory Madison, Wisconsin.