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Lodgepole pine stand dynamics as a result of mountain pine beetle attack in central British Columbia
An investigation of natural hybridization between jack pine (Pinus banksiana) and lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia) in northern British Columbia.
The growth of styroblock, chemical and mechanical root pruned lodgepole pine seedlings in Interior British Columbia.
Carbon stocks of western redcedar and western hemlock stands in Canada's inland temperate rainforests.
Socioeconomic factors affecting non-timber forest product collection in the Komi Republic, Russia.
Use of filtrate from crop residue ash for cooking in rural households in Northern Uganda.
Integrating production functions of timber, forage, and cattle to achieve sustainable resource management.
Identification and community profiling of Vaccinium membranaceum root-associated fungi over an elevation gradient in BC's eastern rocky mountains.
Regional, ecological, and temporal patterns in Douglas-fir climate-growth relationships in the British Columbia interior.
Genecology of 20 paper birch (Betula papyrifera Marsh.) provenances from British Columbia and northern Idaho.
Log quality characteristics of mountain pine beetle killed lodgepole pine trees from southern interior British Columbia for board processing.
An investigation of Douglas-fir leave-tree mortality in the sub-boreal spruce zone: A temporal assessment of water relations under pre and postharvest conditions.
Soil and topographic features affect plant growth on a natural gas pipeline right-of-way in northeastern British Columbia
Geographic variation in the effect of lodgepole pine characteristics on mountain pine beetle attacks and productivity in British Columbia.
Regeneration of lodgepole pine after wildfire in mountain pine beetle-killed stands in north-central British Columbia.
The impacts of forest management activities on carbon stocks and sequestration in the Aleza Lake Research Forest.
Growth responses of three coexisting conifer species to climate variables across a range of climate conditions.
Soil reclamation and reforestation at oil and gas well sites in northeastern British Columbia.