Fire Restoration Salvage Logging

Tree/Forest Research

A [US] Forest Service Vision during the Anthropocene. 2017. Rains. Forests. http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/8/3/94

Terrestrial vertebrate biodiversity and intensive forest management in the US. 2017. Demarais et al. Forest Ecol Mgmt. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378112716307198

Alternative pathways to sustainability? Comparing forest governance models. 2017. Lindahl et al. Forest Policy Econ. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1389934116303574

Forest Connectivity Regions of Canada Using Circuit Theory and Image Analysis. 2017. Pelletier et al. PLoS ONE. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0169428

Professional Practice Guidelines – Legislated Riparian Area Assessments in BC. 2017. Assn BC Forest Professionals. PDF avail to members on the ABCFP website. https://abcfp.ca/web

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.

Logging

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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