Research Notes

The complete series of the reserach note documents:

76. Hydrology, greenhouse gases and forestry implications (PDF)

75. Timber supply analyses under conventional and ecosystem-based management scenarios in an eastern boreal forest (PDF)

74. How retention patches influence biodiversity in cutblocks (PDF)

73. Dealing with uncertainty in strategic forest management planning (PDF)

72. Understory plant diversity and composition in boreal mixedwood forests (PDF)

71. Zoning of potential for Aboriginal interest: a new decision-support tool in forestry (PDF)

70. Influence of cover type and variable retention harvesting on soils in the EMEND Experiment (PDF)

69. Forecasts of Triad zoning scenarios on New Brunswick Crown License 1 (PDF)

68. Ecology of American Marten in an intensively managed forest in northwestern New Brunswick (PDF)

67. Woodland caribou habitat connectivity under different ecosystem-based management scenarios (PDF)

66. Assessing the impact of a forest fire on timber production (PDF)

65. The understory story: variable retention impacts on vascular plants at EMEND (PDF)

64. Strategies for storing carbon in forests and wood products (PDF)

63. Bryophyte conservation in the managed boreal mixedwood mosaic (PDF)

62. Aboriginal expectations and forest tenures in northern British Columbia (PDF)

61. Determining the value of forests: an economic measure (PDF)

60. Boreal mixedwood management: minimizing risk in a changing climate (PDF)

59. Biodiversity and canopy composition in boreal mixedwoods: different roofs – different inhabitants? (PDF)

58. Boreal peatlands and plant diversity: what’s there and why it matters (PDF)

57. Early stand-level assessment of forest harvesting in western boreal peatlands (PDF)

56. A practical approach for comparing management strategies in complex forest ecosystems using meta-modelling toolkits (PDF)

55. High-resolution flow-channel and wet-areas maps: a tool for better forest operations planning (PDF)

54. Impacts of partial harvest of riparian buffer strips on cavity and bark-nesting birds in boreal mixedwood forest (PDF)

53. Voluntary environmental strategies: factors for success (PDF)

52. Dynamics of stand structure and understory plant diversity in northwestern Ontario (PDF)

51. Non-timber forest products: an economic opportunity for First Nations’ people (PDF)

50. The Mauricie TRIAD project: ecological, economic, and social considerations in forest management (PDF)

49. Salvage logging and habitat conservation (PDF)

48. Mitigating the effects of insect outbreaks for sustainable forest management (PDF)

47. The social acceptability of management strategies to restore deer habitat on Anticosti Island (PDF)

46. Growing conditions and tree productivity in boreal mixedwoods: hidden opportunities for forest managers (PDF)

45. Collaborative modeling and social learning: engaging local people in the development and use of decision-making tools (PDF )

44. Quantifying the influence of residual-tree responses on stand development after partial harvests (PDF)

43. Responses of arthropod biodiversity to variable green-tree retention at the EMEND experiment (PDF)

42. Deadwood-associated insect biodiversity in mixedwood forests (PDF)

41. Spruce and aspen regeneration following variable retention harvests at EMEND (PDF)

40. Aboriginal opinions about the consultation processes in forest management in Québec (PDF)

39. Residual tree mortality following variable retention harvesting in boreal mixedwoods (PDF)

38. Public participation and forest certification in Québec (PDF)

37. Pikangikum First Nation and Forest Fire Management: old and new knowledge of fire (PDF)

36. Crown shyness in maturing boreal forest stands (PDF)

35. Competition and light in boreal mixedwoods: implications for spruce regeneration (PDF)

34. Tenure and the management of non-timber forest products in British Columbia (PDF)

33. Maximizing ecosystem representation in managed forest landscapes (PDF)

32. Identifying Rare Species in a Forest Management Area (PDF)

31. Conditions for Economic Success in First Nations Forest Enterprises (PDF)

30. Understanding public perception of forest management (PDF)

29. Adaptive management: learning from doing in the face of uncertainty (PDF)

28. Aboriginal community-based criteria and indicators (PDF)

27. Keeping woodland caribou (ahtik) in the Whitefeather Forest (PDF)

26. Benefits of Aboriginal land use studies (PDF)

25. Variable retention: maintaining biodiversity through planning and operational practices (PDF)

24. Ecosystem management (PDF)

23. Wood-ethanol plantations: implications for sustainable forest management (PDF)

22. Wood-ethanol in Canada: production technologies, wood sources and policy incentives (PDF)

21. Assessing SFM values: a tool for describing attachment to place (PDF)

20. Modeling stand-level indicators of sustainable forest management in TFL 49 (PDF)

19. Considering climate change in sustainable forest management (PDF)

18. Criteria and indicators and a decision support system for an alternative zoning approach to sustainable forest management (PDF)

17. Compaction of boreal forest soils (PDF)

16. Forest Floor: Mix, move or manage it? (PDF)

15. Dealing with Diversity: Nutritional Site Classification (PDF)

14. Tree Nutrient Availability: Concepts and Interpretation (PDF)

13. Deadwood Habitat in Canadian Boreal Forests (PDF)

12. Deadwood in Canadian Boreal Forests (PDF)

11. When Texture Matters: Compaction in Boreal Forest Soils (PDF)

10. Managing impacts of Kalmia and salal on tree growth (PDF)

9. Drawing Lines in the Sand: Ecosite Mapping and Soil Nutrition (PDF)

8. Woody Debris and Nutrient Cycling: Should We Care? (PDF)

7. Nutrient Accounting for Black Spruce Plantations in Northern Ontario (PDF)

6. Nutrient Budgeting for Jack Pine Plantations in Northern Ontario (PDF)

5. Nutrient Budget for Aspen Forests on Clay Soils in West-Central Alberta (PDF)

4. Nutrient Budgeting in Canadian Boreal Forests (PDF)

3. Organic Matter: Does it matter? (PDF)

2. Food for Thought and for Forests: A look at forest nutrition (PDF)

1. Fire and Stand Nutrition in Canadian Boreal Forests (PDF)