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This dissertation describes a series of experiments that examined: 1) hydraulic responses of Populus trichocarpa x deltoides, Populus trichocarpa and Picea glauca plants to change in their surrounding environment; 2) Changes of aquaporin expression in response to such changes. In the first study,...
EFM Research Note 06/2007
EFM Research Note 01/2007
Abstract: During a survey of microfungi from rotting wood in northern Alberta forests, 49 species of ascomycetes, representing 24 genera, and 15 families in seven orders, were recovered. Twenty-eight species are new reports for Alberta, 15 of which are new for Canada, and seven are new for North...
Project Report 2001-12
Regeneration development on lodgepole pine cutovers in the Upper Foothills forests of west-central AlbertaDownload
Masters thesis. Results of an investigation of regeneration on harvested lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl. var. latifolia Engelm.) areas in west-central Alberta. Samples were from pure lodgepole pine stands, clearcut and scarified from one to 15 years prior to the study.
Study of climatic effects on Picea mariana near Inuvik.
Resource allocation, water relations and crown architecture examined at the tree and stand-level in northern conifersDownload
Variation in quantity of light has driven plants to employ many strategies in order to persist in high and low light. It is also a primary driver of lower branch mortality and crown recession. Fine roots and leaves are complimentary tissues representing belowground and aboveground resource...
Abstract: Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) feed and breed in dead or severely weakened host trees. When their population densities are high, some species aggregate on healthy host trees so that their defences may be exhausted and the inner bark successfully colonized, killing...