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Tree/Forest Research

A [US] Forest Service Vision during the Anthropocene. 2017. Rains. Forests.

Terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity and intensive forest management in the US. 2017. Demarais et al. Forest Ecol Mgmt.

Alternative pathways to sustainability? Comparing forest governance models. 2017. Lindahl et al. Forest Policy Econ.

Forest Connectivity Regions of Canada Using Circuit Theory and Image Analysis. 2017. Pelletier et al. PLoS ONE.

Professional Practice Guidelines – Legislated Riparian Area Assessments in BC. 2017. Assn BC Forest Professionals. PDF avail to members on the ABCFP website.

Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Vegetation Sampling. 2014. Richardson, J. et al. Sensors 14(11): 20304-20319. Link.

Tradeoffs between chilling and forcing in satisfying dormancy requirements for Pacific Northwest tree species. 2015. Harrington, C. and P. Gould. Frontiers in Plant Sci 6: 1-12. Link.

Comparing ALS and image-based point cloud metrics and modelled forest inventory attributes in a complex coastal forest environment. 2015. White, J. et al. Forests 6(10): 3704-3732. Link.

Imputed forest structure uncertainty varies across elevational and longitudinal gradients in the western Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA. 2015. Bell, D. et al. Forest Ecol and Mgmt 358: 154-164. Link.

Generalized and synthetic regression estimators for randomized branch sampling. 2015. Affleck, D. and T. Gregoire. Forestry 88(5): 599-611. Link.

Annual ring density for lodgepole pine as derived from models for earlywood density, latewood density and latewood proportion. 2015. Sattler, D. et al. Forestry 68(5): 622-632. Link.

Augmenting Site Index estimation with Airborne Laser Scanning data. 2015. Tompalski, P. et al. Forest Sci 61(5): 861-873. Link.

Evaluating the impact of leaf-on and leaf-off Airborne Laser Scanning data on the estimation of forest inventory attributes with the area-based approach. 2015. White, et al. CJFR 45(11): 1498-1513. Link.

Deforestation mapping sampling designs for Canadian landscapes. 2015. Leckie, D. et al. CJFR 45(11): 1564-1576. Link.

Total and epiphytic litter under the canopy of Acer macrophyllum in an old-growth temperate forest, Washington state, USA. 2015. Tejo, C. et al. 1654-1661. Link.

Regional variation in stand structure and development in forests of Oregon, Washington and inland Northern California. 2015. Reilly, M. and T. Spies. Ecosphere 6: art192. Link.

Major forest and disease conditions of the US: 2013. 2015. Jenkins, M. (compiler). US-FS, Rpt FS-1054. Link.

Response of conifer species from three latitudinal populations to light spectra generated by light-emitting diodes and high-pressure sodium lamps. 2015. Apostol, K. et al. CJFR 45(12): 1711-1719. Link.

An exploration of ringbarking to reduce severity of Armillaria root disease in logged areas of BC. 2015. Chapman. B. and B. Schellenberg. CJFR 45(12): 1803-1805. Link.

Characterizing Forest Growth and Productivity Using Remotely Sensed Data. 2015. Coops, N. Current Forestry Rpts 1(3): 195-205. Link.

Modeling the potential North American distribution of Russian olive, an invader of riparian ecosystems. 2015. Collette, L. and J. Pither. Plant Ecol 216(10):  1371-1383. Link.

Region-specific patterns and drivers of macro-scale forest plant invasions. 2015. Iannone, B. et al. Diversity and Distributions 21(10): 1181–1192. Link.

Is the health of BC’s forests being influenced by climate change? If so, was this predictable? 2011. Woods, A. Cdn J of Plant Pathol 33(2): 117-126. Link.

Direct and indirect impacts of climate change on forests: three case studies from BC. 2011. Daniels, L. et al. Cdn J of Plant Pathol 33(2): 108-116. Link.

Reconstructing Population Dynamics of Yellow-Cedar in Declining Stands: Baseline Information from Tree Rings. 2011. Stan, A. et al. Tree-Ring Research 67(1): 13-25. Link.

Assessment of Dendrochronological Year-of-Death Estimates Using Permanent Sample Plot Data. 2012. Jones, E. and L. Daniels. Tree-Ring Research 68(1): 3-16. Link.

Spring bud phenology of 18 Betula papyrifera populations in BC. 2012. Hawkins, C. and A. Dhar. Scandinavian J of Forest Research 27(6): 507-519. Link.

Ecohydrological consequences of drought- and infestation-triggered tree die-off: insights and hypotheses. 2012. Adams, H. et al. Ecohydrol 5(2): 145–159. Link.

Mining conifers’ mega-genome using rapid and efficient multiplexed high-throughput genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) SNP discovery platform. 2013. Chen, C. et al. Tree Genetics and Genomes 9(6): 1537-1544. Link.

Sequencing of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) cDNA libraries constructed from autumn buds and foliage reveals autumn-specific spruce transcripts. 2013. Reid, K. et al. Tree Genetics and Genomes 9(3): 683-691. Link.

Sixteen years of winter stress: an assessment of cold hardiness, growth performance and survival of hybrid poplar clones at a boreal planting site. 2013. Schreiber, S. et al. Plant, Cell & Environ 36(2): 419–428. Link.

A Molecular Identification Protocol for Roots of Boreal Forest Tree Species. 2013. Randall, M. et al. Apps in Plant Sci 2(11): 1400069. Link.

Nutrition of Douglas-fir in the Inland Northwest. 2014. Coleman, M. et al. Soil Sci of America J 78(S1): S11-S22. Link.

Multi-century reconstructions of Pacific salmon abundance from climate-sensitive tree rings in west central BC, Canada. 2013. Starheim, C. et al. Ecohydrol 6(2): 228–240.  Link.


To log or not to log? How forestry fits with the goals of First Nations in BC. 2015. Nikolakis, W. and H. Nelson. CJFR 45(6): 639-646. Link.

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