Recent Journal Articles Based on Model Forest Research (in language of availability)

  • Adam, MC and D Kneeshaw. 2008. Local level criteria and indicator frameworks: A tool used to asses aboriginal forest ecosystem values. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 2024-2037.
  • Anderson, C, K Beazley and J Boxall. 2008. Lessons for PPGIS from the application of a decision-support tool in the Nova Forest Alliance of Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Environmental Management
  • Berland, A, T Nelson, G Stenhouse, K Graham and J Cranston. 2008. The impact of landscape disturbance on grizzly bear habitat use in the Foothills Model Forest, Alberta, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management. IN PRESS.
  • Boulanger J, White GC, Proctor M, Stenhouse G, Machutchon G et al. 2008. Use of Occupancy Models to Estimate the Influence of Previous Live Captures on DNA-Based Detection Probabilities of Grizzly Bears. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(3): 589–595.
  • Buehler DA, Giocomo JJ, Jones J, Hamel PB, Rogers CM, et al. 2008. Cerulean Warbler Reproduction, Survival, and Models of Population Decline. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(3): 646–653.
  • Cattet, M, J Boulanger, G Stenhouse, RA Powell and MJ Reynolds-Hogland. 2008. An Evaluation of Long-term Capture Effects in Ursids: Implications for Wildlife Welfare and Research. Journal of Mammalogy 89(4): 973-990.
  • Fenton, NJ and Y Bergeron. 2008. Does time or habitat make old-growth forests species rich? Bryophyte richness in boreal Picea mariana forests. Biological Conservation 141: 1389-1399.
  • Henderson LE and HG Broders. 2008. Movements and Resource Selection of the Northern Long-eared Myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) in a Forest–Agriculture Landscape. Journal of Mammalogy 89(4): 952–963.
  • McCleary, RJ and MA Hassan. 2008. Predictive modeling and spatial mapping of fish distributions in small streams of the Canadian Rocky Mountain foothills. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 319-333.
  • Nielsen, SE, GB Stenhouse, HL Beyer, F Huettmann and MS Boyce. 2008. Can natural disturbance-based forestry rescue a declining population of grizzly bears? Biological Conservation 141(9): 2193-2207.
  • Pape, AD and SE Franklin. 2008. MODIS-based change detection for grizzly bear habitat mapping in Alberta. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 74(8): 973-985.
  • Phillips ID, TP Cobb TP and JR Spence. 2008. Salvage Logging and Edge Effects on Pill Beetle Abundance (Coleoptera: Byrrhidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 62(2): 324–327.
  • Roever, CL, MS Boyce and GB Stenhouse. 2008. Grizzly bears and forestry. I: Road vegetation and placement as an attractant to grizzly bears. Forest Ecology and Management 256(6): 1253-1261.
  • Roever, CL, MS Boyce and GB Stenhouse. 2008. Grizzly bears and forestry. II: Grizzly bear habitat selection and conflicts with road placement. Forest Ecology and Management 256(6): 1262-1269.
  • Smith, CY, IG Warkentin and MT Moroni. 2008. Snag availability for cavity nesters across a chronosequence of post-harvest landscapes in western Newfoundland. Forest Ecology and Management 256(4): 641-647.
  • М. Элбакидзе and П. Ангельстам. 2008. МОДЕЛЬНЫЕ ЛЕСА Северо-Запада Российской Федерации: взгляд со стороны. УСТОЙЧИВОЕ ЛЕСОПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ № 1 (17): 39-47.