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

  • Cattet, M, G Stenhouse and T Bollinger. 2008. Exertional myopathy in a grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) captured by leghold snare. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44(4): 973-978.
  • Groot, A and J-P Saucier. 2008. Volume increment efficiency of Picea mariana in northern Ontario, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management 255(5-6): 1647-1653.
  • Henderson, LE, LJ Farrow and HG Broders. 2008. Intra-specific effects of forest loss on the distribution of the forest-dependent northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis). Biological Conservation 141(7): 1819-1828.
  • Jacqmain, H, C Dussault, R Courtois and L Belanger. 2008. Moose-habitat relationships: Integrating local Cree native knowledge and scientific findings in northern Quebec. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38(12): 3120-3132.
  • Jones, TA and LD Daniels. 2008. Dynamics of large woody debris in small streams disturbed by the 2001 Dogrib fire in the Alberta foothills. Forest Ecology and Management 256(10): 1751-1759.
  • Kembel, SW, I Waters and JM Shay. 2008. Short-term effects of cut-to-length versus full-tree harvesting on understorey plant communities and understorey-regeneration associations in Manitoba boreal forests. Forest Ecology and Management 255(5-6): 1848-1858.
  • Kurz, WA, CC Dymond, TM White, G Stinson, CH Shaw, GJ Rampley, C Smyth, BN Simpson, ET Neilson, JA Trofymow, J Metsaranta and MJ Apps. 2008. CBM-CFS3: A model of carbon-dynamics in forestry and land-use change implementing IPCC standards. Ecological Modelling Article in press
  • Linke, J, SE Franklin, M Hall-Beyer and GB Stenhouse, GB. 2008. Effects of cutline density and land-cover heterogeneity on landscape metrics in western Alberta. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 34(4): 390-404.
  • Man, R, GJ Kayahara, JA Rice and GB MacDonald. 2008. Eleven-year responses of a boreal mixedwood stand to partial harvesting: Light, vegetation, and regeneration dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management 255(3-4): 697-706.