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- 2Naeth, M. A.
- 1Archibald, Heather Anne
- 1Desserud, P. A.
- 1Kemper, J. T.
- 1Landhausser, S. M.
- 1Lieffers, V. J.
- 4Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of
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- 2Helmholtz-Alberta Initiative
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- 2Renewable Resources, Department of
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Legacy propagule banks of salvaged topsoils are excellent sources of plant propagules for reclamation of mine sites. However, prior studies show that less than 50% of species found in original propagule banks actually establish. We hypothesize that the expression of this legacy propagule bank is...
Peat mineral soil mix has been the predominant cover soil used in Athabasca oil sands reclamation. Use of LFH mineral soil mix (forest litter layers and underlying mineral soil) has recently been mandated by regulatory approvals. Effectiveness of these cover soil types to provide diverse, native...
Spring triticale is being evaluated as a platform crop for bio-industrial products on the Canadian prairies and may require genetic modification (GM). Seed lost at harvest may persist and result in volunteer GM triticale populations in following crops that could impact co-existence with...
Integrating cultural weed management practices with herbicides is an important strategy to reduce wild oat (Avena fatua L.) populations in Alberta, Canada. The purpose of this thesis is to expand the knowledge on wild oat seed banks and seedling emergence within integrated weed management...
Abstract: There are concerns that large-scale stand mortality due to mountain pine beetle (MPB) could greatly reduce natural regeneration of serotinous Rocky Mountain (RM) lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia) because the closed cones are held in place without the fire cue for cone...
Abstract: We studied effects of oil and gas exploration, using the most recent seismic exploration technologies, on tundra plant communities and soils in four vegetation types in the Low Arctic of western Canada, two to three years post-disturbance. For all four vegetation types, seismic lines...