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Spatial Analysis - 120-001 - 120-802

120-003 McPherson, S., Bell, F.W., Leach, J., Street, P. and A. Stinson. 2008. Applying research for enhanced productivity on the Canadian Ecology Centre – Forestry Research Partnership forests. For. Chron. 84: 653-665.

120-203 Enhanced Forest Productivity Risk Analysis Process Guidebook (October, 2002)

120-204 Thompson, I.D., Maher, S.C., Rouillard, D.P., Fryxell, J.M. and J.A. Baker. 2007. Accuracy of forest inventory mapping: Some implications for boreal forest management.Forest Ecology and Management 252: 208–221.

120-302 Moore, T., and G. Tink. 2008. Technical considerations in the design of core habitat patches in forest management: A case study using the Patchworks spatial model. For.Chron. 84: 731-740.

120-302 Rouillard, D. and T. Moore. 2008. Patching together the future of forest modelling: Implementing a spatial model in the 2009 Romeo Malette Forest Management Plan. For.Chron. 84: 718-730.

120-302 Thompson, I.D., Baker, J.A., Jastrebski, C., Dacosta, J., Fryxell, J. and D. Corbett. 2008. Effects of post-harvest silviculture on use of boreal forest stands by amphibians and marten in Ontario. For.Chron. 84: 741-747.

120-304 Penner, M. 2008. Yield prediction for mixed species stands in boreal Ontario. For. Chron. 84: 1-7.

120-304 Penner, M., Woods, M., Parton, J. and A. Stinson. 2008. Validation of empirical yield curves for natural-origin stands in boreal Ontario. For. Chron. 84: 704-717.

120-304 Sharma, M. et al. 2008. Ontario’s forest growth and yield modelling program: Advances resulting from the Forestry Research Partnership. For. Chron. 84: 694-703.

120-501 Thompson, D.G. and D.G. Pitt. 2003. A review of Canadian forest vegetation management research and practice. Ann. For. Sci. 60: 559–572

120-502 Woods, M., Lim., K., and P. Treitz. 2008. Predicting forest stand variables from LiDAR data in the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence forest of Ontario. For. Chron. 84: 827- 839.

120-503 Remmel, T.K., Todd, K.W. and J. Buttle. 2008. A comparison of existing surficial hydrological data layers in a low-relief forested Ontario landscape with those derived from a LiDAR DEM. For. Chron. 84: 850-865.

120-701 Chasmer, L., Hopkinson, C. and P. Treitz. 2006. Investigating laser pulse penetration through a conifer canopy by integrating airborne and terrestrial lidar. Can. J. Remote Sensing 32: 116–125.

120-701 Chasmer, L., Hopkinson, C., Smith, B. and P. Treitz. 2006. Examining the Influence of Changing Laser Pulse Repetition Frequencies on Conifer Forest Canopy Returns. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 72: 1359–1367.

120-701 Hopkinson C. et al. 2005. Vegetation class dependent errors in lidar ground elevation and canopy height estimates in a boreal wetland environment. Can. J. Remote Sensing 31:191–206.

120-701 Hopkinson, C., Chasmer, L., Lim, K., Treitz, P. and I. Creed. 2006. Towards a universal lidar canopy height indicator. Can. J. Remote Sensing 32: 139–152.

120-701 Lim, K., Hopkinson, C. and P. Treitz. 2008. Examining the effects of sampling point densities on laser canopy height and density metrics. For. Chron. 84: 876-885.

120-701 Lim, K.S. and P.M. Treitz. 2004. Estimation of Above ground Forest Biomass from Airborne Discrete Return Laser Scanner Data Using Canopy-based Quantile Estimators. Scand. J. For. Res. 19: 558-570.

120-701 Pitt, D. and J. Pineau. 2009. Forest inventory research at the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre: Notes from a research coordination workshop, June 3–4, 2009, Pointe Claire, QC. For. Chron. 85: 859-869.

120-701 Thomas, V., Oliver, R.D., Lim, K. and M. Woods. 2008. LiDAR and Weibull modeling of diameter and basal area. For. Chron. 84: 866-875.

120-701 Thomas, V., Treitz, P., McCaughey, J.H. and I. Morrison. 2006. Mapping stand-level forest biophysical variables for a mixedwood boreal forest using lidar: an examination of scanning density. Can. J. For. Res. 36: 34–47.

120-701 Woods, M. et al. 2011. Operational implementation of a LiDAR inventory in Boreal Ontario. For. Chron. 87: 512-528.

120-701 Woods, M., Lim, K. and P. Treitz. 2008. Predicting forest stand variables from LiDAR data in the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Forest of Ontario. For. Chron. 84: 827-839.

120-702, -703, -704  Pitt, D. and J. Pineau. 2009. Forest inventory research at the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre: Notes from a research coordination workshop, June 3–4, 2009, Pointe Claire, QC. For. Chron. 85: 859-869.

120-703 Woods, M. et al. 2011. Operational implementation of a LiDAR inventory in Boreal Ontario. For. Chron. 87: 512-528.

120-801 Bell, F.W., Dacosta, J., Penner, M., Morneault, A., Stinson, A., Towill, B., Luckai, N. and J.Winters. 2011. Longer-term volume tradeoffs in spruce and jack pine plantations following various conifer release treatments. For. Chron. 87: 235-250.

120-801 Bell, F.W., Kershaw, M., Aubin,I., Thiffault, N., Dacosta, J. and A. Wiensczyk. 2011. Ecology and traits of plant species that compete with boreal and temperate forest conifers: An overview of available information and its use in forest management in Canada. For. Chron. 87: 161-174.

120-801 Bell, F.W., Thiffault,N., Szuba, K., Luckai, N. and A. Stinson. 2011. Synthesis of Silviculture Options, Costs, and Consequences of Alternative Vegetation Management Practices Relevant to Boreal and Temperate Confier Forests: Introduction. For. Chron. 87: 155-160.

120-801 Dacosta J., Szuba,K., Bell, F.W., Moore, T., Lennon, K., Leach, J., Bazley, D. and N. Luckai. 2011. Modelling landscape-level effects of reduced herbicide use in two forests in northern Ontario. For. Chron. 87: 290-309.

120-801 Homagain K., Shahi, C., Luckai, N., Leitch, M. and F.W. Bell. 2011. Benefit-cost analysis of vegetation management alternatives: An Ontario case study. For. Chron. 87: 260-273.

120-801 Homagain K., Shahi, C.,  Leitch, M.  Luckai, N. and F.W. Bell. 2011. Differences in extrinsic tree quality and value of fibre production following alternative vegetation management treatments in northwestern Ontario. For. Chron. 87: 251-259.

120-801 McLaren, B.E.,  Emslie, K., Honsberger, T., McCready, T., Bell, F.W. and R.F. Foster. 2011. Monitoring and understanding mammal assemblages: experiences from Bending Lake, Fallingsnow and Tom Hill. For. Chron. 87: 225-234.

120-801 Swift, K.and F.W. Bell. 2011. What are the environmental consequences of using silviculturally effective vegetation management alternatives? For. Chron. 87: 201-216.

120-801 Wiensczyk, A.,Swift, K., Morneault, A., Thiffault, N.,  Szuba, K. and F.W. Bell. 2011. An overview of the efficacy of vegetation management alternatives in boreal forests. For. Chron. 87: 175-200.

120-801 Wyatt, S., Rousseau, M.-H.,  Nadeau, S., Thiffault, N.  and L. Guay. 2011. Social concerns, risk and the acceptability of forest vegetation management alternatives: Insights for managers. For. Chron. 87: 274-289.120-801 Zimmerman, G., Bell, F.W., Woodcock, J.,

120-801 Zimmerman, G., Bell, F.W., Woodcock, J., Palmer, A. and J. Paloniemi. 2011. Response of breeding song birds to vegetation management in conifer plantations established in boreal mixed woods. For. Chron. 87: 217-224.

 

Fibre Production - 130-006 - 130-902

130-009 Penner, M., Woods, M., Parton, J. and A. Stinson. 2008 . Validation of empirical yield curves for natural-origin stands in boreal Ontario. For. Chron. 84: 703-717.

130-009 Sharma, M. et al. 2008 . Ontario’s forest growth and yield modelling program: Advances resulting from the Forestry Research Partnership. For. Chron. 84: 694-703.

130-102 Sharma, M. et al. 2008. Ontario’s forest growth and yield modelling program: Advances resulting from the Forestry Research Partnership. For. Chron. 84: 694-703.

130-103 Dampier, J.E.E., Luckai, N., Bell, F.W. and W.D. Towill. 2007. Do tree-level monocultures develop following Canadian boreal silviculture? Tree-level diversity tested using a new method. Biodivers. Conserv. 16: 2933-2948.

130-106 Pinto, F. and M. L. Smith. 2007. Assessment of log ging damage after conventional and mechanical log ging in a final removal shelterwood harvest. Southern Science and Information Technical Report SSI #125, 15p.

130-106 Woods, M.E., Smith, M.L. and S. McPherson. 2007. Incidence of damage to tolerant hardwood stands managed by the selection system in central Ontario. Southern Science and Information Technical Report Number SSI #124, 39p.

130-107 Pokharel, B. and R.E. Froese. 2009. Representing site productivity in the basal area increment model for FVS-Ontario. Forest Ecol. Manage.

130-108 Cole, W.G., Farintosh, D.I. and J.L. Todd. 2005. Ontario Hardwood Silviculture Studies Database: Metadata Report. OFRI Forest Research Information Paper 152, 154p.

130-108 Cole, W.G., Farintosh, D.I. Todd, J.L. and E.C. Mallory. 2003. Ontario hardwood silviculture studies database: annotated bibliography. OFRI Forest Research Information Paper 153, 90p.

130-208 Kayahara, G.J., L.M. McKinnon and R.G. White. 2006. Commercial Thinning Specifications and Exceptions Monitoring Protocol for Jack Pine, White Spruce and Black Spruce in Ontario’s Boreal Forest. OMNR, Northeast Science & Information, NESI Technical Note TN-022. 8 pp.

130-208 McKinnon, L.M., G.J. Kayahara and R.G. White. 2006. Biological framework for commercial thinning even-aged single-species stands of jack pine, white spruce, and black spruce in Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Science and Information Branch, Northeast Science and Information Section, South Porcupine, ON. Technical Report TR-046. 126 pp.

130-209 Morneault, A.E., Naylor, B.J., Schaeffer, L.S., and D.C. Othmer. 2004. The effect of shelterwood harvesting and site preparation on eastern red-backed salamanders in white pine stands. For. Ecol. Manage. 199:1–10.

130-209 Noland, T.L., W.C. Parker, and A.E. Morneault. 2006. Natural variation in seed characteristics of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.). New Forests 32:87–103.

130-209 Parker, W.C., Noland, T.L., and A.E. Morneault. 2004. Effect of seed mass on early seedling growth of five eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) families under contrasting light environments. Can. J. Bot. 82: 1645–1655.

130-209 Parker, W.C., Noland, T.L., and A.E. Morneault. 2006. The effects of seed mass on germination, seedling emergence, and early seedling growth of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.). New Forests 32:33–49

130-301 Pitt, D.G. et al. 2010. Early vegetation control for the regeneration of a single-cohort, intimate mixture of white spruce and trembling aspen on upland boreal sites. Can.J.For.Res. 40: 549-564.

130-303 Guo, J. and J.R. Wang. 2006. Comparison of height growth and growth intercept models of jack pine plantations and natural stands in northern Ontario. Can. J. For. Res. 36: 2179-2188.

130-403 Pelletier, G. and D.G. Pitt. 2008. Silvicultural responses of two spruce plantations to midrotation commercial thinning in New Brunswick. Can. J. For. Res. 38: 851-867.

130-403 Pitt, D. and L. Lantelgne. 2008. Long-term outcome of  precommercial thinning in northwestern New Brunswick: growth and yield of balsam fir and red spruce. Can. J. For. Res. 38: 592-610.

130-501 Smith, M.L. et al. 2010. Skid trail and bush road impacts on sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) growth in the Great Lakes- St. Lawrence forest of central Ontario. Ont. Min. Natur. Resour., Science and Information Branch, Southern Sci. and Info., SSI Tech. Rpt. SIB SSI TR-130. 17p.

130-503 Burke, D.M., Elliot, K.A., Holmes, S.B. and D. Bradley. 2008. The effects of partial harvest on the understory vegetation of southern Ontario woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 2204-2212.

130-503 Falk, K.J., Burke, D.M., Elliot, K.A. and S.B. Holmes. 2008. Effects of single-tree and group selection harvesting on the diversity and abundance of spring forest herbs in deciduous forests in southwestern Ontario. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 2486–2494.

130-503 Falk, K.J., Elliot, K.A., Burke, D.M. and E. Nol. 2010. Early seedling response to group selection harvesting in a northern hardwood forest. For. Chron. 86: 100-109.

130-503 Tozer, D.C., Burke, D.M., Nol, E. and K.A. Elliot. 2010. Short-term effects of group-selection harvesting on breeding birds in a northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 1522–1529.

130-503 Tozer, D.C., Nol, E., Burke, D.M., Elliot, K.A. and Falk, K.J. 2009. Predation by bears on woodpeckker nests: Are nestling begging and habitat choice risky business? The Auk 126: 300-309.

130-503 - Burke, D., Elliott, K., Falk, K. and T. Piraino. 2011. A land manager’s guide to conserving habitat for forest birds in southern Ontario. Ontario, Canada: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Science and Information Resources Division, Southern Science and Information.

130-505 Annotated bibliography of eastern white (Pinus strobus L.) and red pine (P. resinosa Ait.): 1960–2007.

130-702 Sharma, M. and J. Parton. 2007. Height–diameter equations for boreal tree species in Ontario using a mixed-effects modeling approach. Forest Ecology and Management 249: 187–198.

130-702 Sharma, M. and J. Parton. 2009. Modeling Stand Density Effects on Taper for Jack Pine and Black Spruce Plantations Using Dimensional Analysis. Forest Science 55: 268-282.

130-801 Luckai et al. Intensive silviculture and competition theory: Linking practice and science. 17p.

 

Sustainability and Guidelines - 140-001 - 140-802

140-001 Broquet, T. and E. Petit. 2004. Quantifying genotyping errors in noninvasive population genetics. Molecular Ecology 13: 3601–3608.

140-001 Broquet, T. Johnson, C.A.,Petit, E., Thompson, I., Burel, F. and J.M. Fryxell. 2006. Dispersal and genetic structure in the American marten, Martes americana. Molecular Ecology (2006) 15: 1689–1697.

140-001 Broquet, T., Ray, N., Petit, E., Fryxell, J.M. and F. Burel. 2006. Genetic isolation by distance and landscape connectivity in the American marten (Martes americana). Landscape Ecology 21: 877-889.

140-001 Moore, T. and Tink, G. 2008. Technical considerations in the design of core habitat patches in forest management: A case study using the Patchworks spatial model. For. Chron. 84: 732-740.

140-001 Rouillard, D. and T. Moore. 2008. Patching together the future of forest modelling: Implementing a spatial model in the 2009 Romeo Malette Forest Management Plan. For. Chron. 84: 718-730.

140-003 Thompson, I.D., Baker, J.A., Jastrebski, C., Dacosta, J., Fryxell, J. and D. Corbett. 2008. Effects of post-harvest silviculture on use of boreal forest stands by amphibians and marten in OntarioFor. Chron. 84: 741-747.

140-006 Thompson, I.D., Baker, J.A. and Ter-Mikaelian, M. 2003. A review of the long-term effects of post-harvest silviculture on vertebrate wildlife, and predictive models, with an emphasis on boreal forests in Ontario, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management 177: 441–469.

140-104 Hazlett, P., Broad, K., Gordon, A., Sibley, P., Buttle, J. and Larmer, D. 2008. The importance of catchment slope to soil water N and C concentrations in riparian zones: implications for riparian buffer width. Can.J.For.Res. 38: 16-30.

140-203 Bell, F.W. et al. 2008. Developing a silvicultural framework and definitions for use in forest management planning and practice. For. Chron. 84: 678-693.

140-203 Cole, H.A., Newmaster, S.G., Bell, F.W., Pitt, D. and A. Stinson. 2008. Influence of microhabitat on bryophyte diversity in Ontario mixedwood boreal forest. Can.J.For.Res. 38: 1867-1876.

140-304 Kuttner, B. 2006. Description, characterization, and identification of stand structure classes in northeastern Ontario: the application of multi-cohort concepts in the classification of stands from four forest types to cohorts. Lake Abitibi Model Forest Technical Report No.3. 48 p.

140-401 Pinto, F., Romaniuk, S. and M. Ferguson. 2008. Changes to preindustrial forest tree composition in cental and northeastern Ontario, Canada. Can.J.Res. 38: 1842-1854.

140-401 Thompson, I.D., Simard, J.H. and R.D. Titman. 2006. Historical Changes in White Pine (Pinus strobus L.) Density in Algonquin Park, Ontario, During the 19th Century. Natural Areas Journal 26: 61-71.

140-501 Thompson, I.D. et al. 2008. Effects of post-harvest silviculture on use of boreal forest stands by amphibians and marten in Ontario. For. Chron. 84: 741-747.

140-702 Bernier, P. (n.d.) Palludification des sites forestiers sur les basses-terres de la Baie James: un phénomène à gérer. Chaire fiche technique No.7: 2pp.

140-702 Simard, M. et al. 2007. Forest productivity decline caused by successional paludification of boreal soils. Ecological Applications 17: 1619-1637.


Forest Management Context - 150-001 - 150-501

150-301 Zhang, T. May 2007. Maximizing the Value of Hardwoods Through Intensive Silviculture. Forintek Solutions for Wood. 4pp.

150-501 Newton, P.F. 2009. Development of an integrated decision-support model for density management within jack pine stand-types. Ecological Modelling 220: 3301-3324.


Operational Implementation - 160-001 - 160-401

160-005 Parker, W.C., Pitt, D.G. and A.E. Morneault. 2009. Influence of woody and herbaceous competition on microclimate and growth of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) seedlings planted in a central Ontario clearcut. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 2013–2025.

160-005 Parker, W.C., Pitt, D.G. and A.E. Morneault. 2010. Influence of woody and herbaceous vegetation control on leaf gas exchange, water status, and nutrient relations of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) seedlings planted in a central Ontario clearcut. Forest Ecology and Management 260: 2012–2022.

160-005 Pitt, D.G., Morneault, A.E., Parker, W.C., Lanteigne, L., Hoepting, M.K. and A. Stinson. 2011. Influence of herbaceous and woody competition on white pine regeneration in a uniform shelterwood. For. Chron. 87: 653-668.

160-005 Pitt, D.G., Morneault, A.E., Parker, W.C., Stinson, A. and L.  Lanteigne. 2009. The effects of herbaceous and woody competition on planted white pine in a clearcut site. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 1281–1291.

160-103 Smith, M.L., Morneault, A.E., Othmer, D.C. and B. Davidson. 2009. Controlling woody competition in white pine shelterwood. Evaluation the effectiveness of four single stem treatments. Ont. Min. Natur. Resour., Science and Information Branch, Southern Sci. and Info., SSI Tech. Rpt. SIB SSI TR-129. 14pp.

 

Contingency - 170-001

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Knowledge Transfer - 180-006 - 180-801

180-006, -801 Thorne, A. et al. 2008. Editorial: Why This Special Issue on the Forestry Research Partnership?. For. Chron. 84: 627-628.

180-006, -801 Baker, J.A., Bell, F.W. and A. Stinson. 2008. Ontario’s Forestry Research Partnership: Progress and next steps. For. Chron. 84: 756-763.

180-006, -801 Bell, F.W., Baker, J.A., Bruemmer, G., Pineau, J. and A. Stinson. 2008. The Canadian Ecology Centre – Forestry Research Partnership: Implementing a research strategy based on an active adaptive management approach . For. Chron. 84: 666-677.

180-006, -801 Bruemmer, G. 2008. The Forestry Research Partnership: Developing the partnership. For. Chron. 84: 648-652.

180-006, -801 McPherson, S., Bell, F.W., Leach, J., Street, P. and A. Stinson. 2008. Applying research for enhanced productivity on the Canadian Ecology Centre – Forestry Research Partnership forests. For. Chron. 84: 653-665.

180-006, -701, -801 Rouillard, D. and T. Moore. 2008. Patching together the future of forest modelling: Implementing a spatial model in the 2009 Romeo Malette Forest Management Plan. For. Chron. 84: 718-730.

180-006, -701, -801 Smith, G.K.M., Pineau, J.F. and F.W. Bell. 2008. Knowledge transfer and extension in the Canadian Ecology Centre – Forestry Research Partnership: From awareness to uptake. For. Chron. 84: 748-755.


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