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Interim report on symptomology and threshold levels of air pollutant injury to vegetation, 1975 to 1978Download
Six boreal forest plant species were fumigated in a newly developed environmental growth chamber with SO2 control capability,for up to 40 days at 0.34 ppm SO2. All species showed a gradual decline in CO2 gas exchange which was related to symptom development characteristic of SO2 toxicity. Paper...
The dominant woody boreal forest plant species were fumigated with 0.34 ppm SO2 under controlled conditions in the laboratory in order to rank their physiological and visual sensitivities to the air pollutant. Deciduous trees and shrubs were much more sensitive than conifers, presumably because...
A study of small mammal populations (small rodents and snowshoe hares), habitat use, small rodent diets, and small mammal damage in natural forest and successional communities was begun in June 1978 and continued until November 1979. Based on population sizes and distributions, four species of...
Forage and habitat selection of tame moose (Alces alces) in a 65 ha enclosure were studied for an annual cycle. Although the staple winter foods were woody twigs, moose consumed large amounts of leaf litter and bark under some environmental conditions. Foliage dominated the diet following leaf...
Working Paper 1999-13
Working Paper 1999-22
Breeding Bird Communities in Boreal Forest of Western Canada: Consequences of "Unmixing" the MixedwoodsDownload
Silvicultural practices following clearcutting in boreal forest may encourage the creation of monospecific, single-aged stands having less vegetation heterogeneity and diversity than original stands. We conducted point counts in central Saskatchewan, Canada, 1993–1995, in pure and mixedwood...
Movement Patterns of Adult Male Ovenbirds during the Post-Fledging Period in Fragmented and Forested Boreal LandscapesDownload
Movement of forest songbirds among isolated forest patches following breeding represents an important but poorly understood component of landscape ecology and metapopulation theory. Using radio-telemetry, we followed 44 male Ovenbirds (Seiurus aurocapillus) during the post-fledging period to...