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Soils of temperate rainforests of the North American Pacific Coast. 2014. Carpenter, D. et al. Geoderma 230-231: 250–264. Link.

Predictive soil parent material mapping at a regional-scale: A Random Forest approach. 2014. Heung, B. et al. Geoderma 214-215: 141–154. Link.

Long- and short-term temperature differences affect organic and inorganic nitrogen availability in forest soils. 2015. Boczulak, S. et al. Cdn J of Soil Sci 95(2): 77–86. Link.


Global mountain topography and the fate of montane species under climate change. 2015. Elsen, P. and M. Tingley. Nature Climate Chg 5: 772-776. Link.


A 350-Year Reconstruction of the Response of South Cascade Glacier to Interannual and Interdecadal Climatic Variability. 2015. Marcinkowski, K. and D. Peterson. NW Sci 89(1): 14-33. Link.

Quaternary stratigraphy and evidence for multiple glacial episodes in the north Okanagan Valley, BC. 2015. Nichol, C. et al. Cdn J of Earth Sci 52(4): 338-356. Link.


Modelling the movement of biogenic silica from terrestrial vegetation to riverine systems within the continental USA. 2015. Opalinska, B. and S. Cowling. Eco Modelling 312: 104-113. Link.


A geochronological framework for sedimentation and Mesoproterozoic tectono-magmatic activity in lower Belt–Purcell rocks exposed west of Kimberley, BC. 2015. McFarlane, M. Cdn J of Earth Sci 52(7): 444-465. Link.

Geochemical constraints on magmatic and metallogenic processes: Iskut River Formation, volcanogenic massive sulfide-hosting basalts, NW BC, Canada. 2015. Baressi, T. et al. Cdn J of Earth Sci 52(1): 1-20.  Link.


Evolution of the Hazelton arc near Terrace, BC: stratigraphic, geochronological, and geochemical constraints on a Late Triassic – Early Jurassic arc and Cu–Au porphyry belt. 2015. Baressi, T. et al. Cdn J of Earth Sci 466-494. Link.

Slipstream: an early Holocene slump and turbidite record from the frontal ridge of the Cascadia accretionary wedge off western Canada and paleoseismic implications. 2015. Cdn J of Earth Sci 52(6): 405-430. Link.

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