Scientific Publications

Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and academic staff in the Department of Renewable are increasingly productive in publishing relevant journal articles, extension notes, and other publications, some of which are highlighted below.

Open-access publications on ERA

Highly cited (2010-2015)

  • Anderegg, W. R. L., Plavcová, L., Anderegg, L. D. L., Hacke, U. G., Berry, J. A. & Field, C. B. (2013) Drought's legacy: Multiyear hydraulic deterioration underlies widespread aspen forest die-off and portends increased future risk. Global Change Biology, 19, 1188-1196.
  • Emelko, M. B., Silins, U., Bladon, K. D. & Stone, M. (2011) Implications of land disturbance on drinking water treatability in a changing climate: Demonstrating the need for " source water supply and protection" strategies. Water Research, 45, 461-472.
  • Galvez, D. A., Landhäusser, S. M. & Tyree, M. T. (2011) Root carbon reserve dynamics in aspen seedlings: Does simulated drought induce reserve limitation? Tree Physiology, 31, 250-257.
  • Gray, L. K., Gylander, T., Mbogga, M. S., Chen, P. Y. & Hamann, A. (2011) Assisted migration to address climate change: Recommendations for aspen reforestation in western Canada. Ecological Applications, 21, 1591-1603.
  • He, F. & Hubbell, S. P. (2011) Species-area relationships always overestimate extinction rates from habitat loss. Nature, 473, 368-371.
  • Jung, K., Ok, Y. S. & Chang, S. X. (2011) Sulfate adsorption properties of acid-sensitive soils in the Athabasca oil sands region in Alberta, Canada. Chemosphere, 84, 457-463.
  • Lehto, T. & Zwiazek, J. J. (2011) Ectomycorrhizas and water relations of trees: A review. Mycorrhiza, 21, 71-90.
  • Parisien, M. A., Parks, S. A., Krawchuk, M. A., Flannigan, M. D., Bowman, L. M. & Moritz, M. A. (2011) Scale-dependent controls on the area burned in the boreal forest of Canada, 1980-2005. Ecological Applications, 21, 789-805.
  • Rosindell, J., Hubbell, S. P., He, F., Harmon, L. J. & Etienne, R. S. (2012) The case for ecological neutral theory. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 27, 203-208.
  • Wang, T., Hamann, A., Spittlehouse, D. L. & Murdock, T. Q. (2012) ClimateWNA - high-resolution spatial climate data for western North America. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 51, 16-29.

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Highly cited (2005-2009)

  • Buddle, C. M., Langor, D. W., Pohl, G. R. & Spence, J. R. (2006) Arthropod responses to harvesting and wildfire: Implications for emulation of natural disturbance in forest management. Biological Conservation, 128, 346-357.
  • Devito, K., Creed, I., Gan, T., Mendoza, C., Petrone, R., Silins, U. & Smerdon, B. (2005) A framework for broad-scale classification of hydrologic response units on the Boreal Plain: Is topography the last thing to consider? Hydrological Processes, 19, 1705-1714.
  • Foote, A. L. & Rice Hornung, C. L. (2005) Odonates as biological indicators of grazing effects on Canadian prairie wetlands. Ecological Entomology, 30, 273-283.
  • Greene, D. F., Macdonald, S. E., Haeussler, S., Domenicano, S., Noël, J., Jayen, K., Charron, I., Gauthier, S., Hunt, S., Gielau, E. T., Bergeron, Y. & Swift, L. (2007) The reduction of organic-layer depth by wildfire in the North American boreal forest and its effect on tree recruitment by seed. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37, 1012-1023.
  • Hamann, A. & Wang, T. (2006) Potential effects of climate change on ecosystem and tree species distribution in British Columbia. Ecology, 87, 2773-2786.
  • Harper, K. A., Macdonald, S. E., Burton, P. J., Chen, J., Brosofske, K. D., Saunders, S. C., Euskirchen, E. S., Roberts, D., Jaiteh, M. S. & Esseen, P. A. (2005) Edge influence on forest structure and composition in fragmented landscapes. Conservation Biology, 19, 768-782.
  • Krawchuk, M. A., Cumming, S. G., Flannigan, M. D. & Wein, R. W. (2006) Biotic and abiotic regulation of lightning fire initiation in the mixedwood boreal forest. Ecology, 87, 458-468.
  • Marjanović, Ž., Uehlein, N., Kaldenhoff, R., Zwiazek, J. J., Weiß, M., Hampp, R. & Nehls, U. (2005) Aquaporins in poplar: What a difference a symbiont makes! Planta, 222, 258-268.
  • Pohl, G. R., Langor, D. W. & Spence, J. R. (2007) Rove beetles and ground beetles (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Carabidae) as indicators of harvest and regeneration practices in western Canadian foothills forests. Biological Conservation, 137, 294-307.
  • Tan, X., Chang, S. X. & Kabzems, R. (2005) Effects of soil compaction and forest floor removal on soil microbial properties and N transformations in a boreal forest long-term soil productivity study. Forest Ecology and Management, 217, 158-170.

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Highly cited (2000-2004)

  • Amthor, J. S., Chen, J. M., Clein, J. S., Frolking, S. E., Goulden, M. L., Grant, R. F., Kimball, J. S., King, A. W., McGuire, A. D., Nikolov, N. T., Potter, C. S., Wang, S. & Wofsy, S. C. (2001) Boreal forest CO2 exchange and evapotranspiration predicted by nine ecosystem process models: Intermodel comparisons and relationships to field measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 106, 33623-33648.
  • Chang, S. X. & Robison, D. J. (2003) Nondestructive and rapid estimation of hardwood foliar nitrogen status using the SPAD-502 chlorophyll meter. Forest Ecology and Management, 181, 331-338.
  • Chow, P. S. & Landhäusser, S. M. (2004) A method for routine measurements of total sugar and starch content in woody plant tissues. Tree Physiology, 24, 1129-1136.
  • Cumming, S. G., Schmiegelow, F. K. A. & Burton, P. J. (2000) Gap dynamics in boreal aspen stands: Is the forest older than we think? Ecological Applications, 10, 744-759.
  • Frey, B. R., Lieffers, V. J., Hogg, E. H. & Landhäusser, S. M. (2004) Predicting landscape patterns of aspen dieback: Mechanisms and knowledge gaps. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34, 1379-1390.
  • Frey, B. R., Lieffers, V. J., Landhäusser, S. M., Comeau, P. G. & Greenway, K. J. (2003) An analysis of sucker regeneration of trembling aspen. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33, 1169-1179.
  • Lindenmayer, D. B., Foster, D. R., Franklin, J. F., Hunter, M. L., Noss, R. F., Schmiegelow, F. A. & Perry, D. (2004) Salvage Harvesting Policies after Natural Disturbance. Science, 303, 1303.
  • Rajora, O. P., Rahman, M. H., Buchert, G. P. & Dancik, B. P. (2000) Microsatellite DNA analysis of genetic effects of harvesting in old-growth eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) in Ontario, Canada. Molecular Ecology, 9, 339-348.
  • Schmiegelow, F. K. A. & Mönkkönen, M. (2002) Habitat loss and fragmentation in dynamic landscapes: Avian perspectives from the boreal forest. Ecological Applications, 12, 375-389.
  • Work, T. T., Shorthouse, D. P., Spence, J. R., Volney, W. J. A. & Langor, D. (2004) Stand composition and structure of the boreal mixedwood and epigaeic arthropods of the Ecosystem Management Emulating Natural Disturbance (EMEND) landbase in northwestern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34, 417-430.


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Recent Publications (2014)

  • Abele, S. E., Macdonald, S. E. & Spence, J. R. (2014) Cover type, environmental characteristics, and conservation of terrestrial gastropod diversity in boreal mixedwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 44, 36-44.
  • Ahmad, M., Lee, S. S., Lim, J. E., Lee, S. E., Cho, J. S., Moon, D. H., Hashimoto, Y. & Ok, Y. S. (2014) Speciation and phytoavailability of lead and antimony in a small arms range soil amended with mussel shell, cow bone and biochar: EXAFS spectroscopy and chemical extractions. Chemosphere, 95, 433-441.
  • Ahmad, M., Rajapaksha, A. U., Lim, J. E., Zhang, M., Bolan, N., Mohan, D., Vithanage, M., Lee, S. S. & Ok, Y. S. (2014) Biochar as a sorbent for contaminant management in soil and water: A review. Chemosphere, 99, 19-23.
  • Ahn, Y. S., Ryu, S. R., Lim, J., Lee, C. H., Shin, J. H., Choi, W. I., Lee, B., Jeong, J. H., An, K. W. & Seo, J. I. (2014) Effects of forest fires on forest ecosystems in eastern coastal areas of Korea and an overview of restoration projects. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 10, 229-237.
  • Ahn, Y. S., Ryu, S. R., Lim, J., Lee, C. H., Shin, J. H., Choi, W. I., Lee, B., Jeong, J. H., An, K. W. & Seo, J. I. (2014) Erratum to Effects of forest fires on forest ecosystems in eastern coastal areas of Korea and an overview of restoration projects (Landscape Ecol Eng, 10.1007/s11355-013-0212-0). Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 10, 239.
  • Alexander, M. E. & Cruz, M. G. (2014) Tables for estimating canopy fuel characteristics from stand variables in four interior west conifer forest types. Forest Science, 60, 784-794.
  • Baah-Acheamfour, M., Carlyle, C. N., Bork, E. W. & Chang, S. X. (2014) Trees increase soil carbon and its stability in three agroforestry systems in central Alberta, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management, 328, 131-139.
  • Bladon, K. D., Emelko, M. B., Silins, U. & Stone, M. (2014) Wildfire and the future of water supply. Environmental Science and Technology, 48, 8936-8943.
  • Brown, R. L. & Naeth, M. A. (2014) Woody debris amendment enhances reclamation after oil sands mining in Alberta, Canada. Restoration Ecology, 22, 40-48.
  • Brown, S. M., Petrone, R. M., Chasmer, L., Mendoza, C., Lazerjan, M. S., Landhäusser, S. M., Silins, U., Leach, J. & Devito, K. J. (2014) Atmospheric and soil moisture controls on evapotranspiration from above and within a Western Boreal Plain aspen forest. Hydrological Processes, 28, 4449-4462.
  • Calvo-Polanco, M., Equiza, M. A., Señorans, J. & Zwiazek, J. J. (2014) Responses of rat root (Acorus americanus Raf.) plants to salinity and pH conditions. Journal of Environmental Quality, 43, 578-586.
  • Caners, R. T. & Lieffers, V. J. (2014) Divergent Pathways of Successional Recovery for In Situ Oil Sands Exploration Drilling Pads on Wooded Moderate-Rich Fens in Alberta, Canada. Restoration Ecology.
  • Chang, J., Fan, X., Sun, H., Zhang, C., Song, C., Chang, S. X., Gu, B., Liu, Y., Li, D., Wang, Y. & Ge, Y. (2014) Plant species richness enhances nitrous oxide emissions in microcosms of constructed wetlands. Ecological Engineering, 64, 108-115.
  • Chen, Y. (2014) A comparison on the impacts of short-term micro-environmental and long-term macro-climatic variability on structuring beta diversity of microarthropod communities. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 17, 629-632.
  • Chen, Y. (2014) Ecogeography of haplotype composition of Sagittaria trifolia L. (Alismataceae): Environment, space, vicariance and selective sweeps. Acta Biologica Szegediensis, 58, 7-10.
  • Chen, Y. (2014) Estimation of species extinction: what are the consequences when total species number is unknown? Theory in Biosciences.
  • Chen, Y. (2014) Multiscale patterns of phylogenetic community structure and distributional aggregation for endemic mammals of China. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 46, 909-914
  • Chen, Y. (2014e) Species abundance distribution pattern of microarthropod communities in SW Canada. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 46, 1023-1028.
  • Chen, Y. & Chen, Y. F. (2014) Analysis of synonymous codon usage patterns in duck hepatitis A virus: a comparison on the roles of mutual pressure and natural selection. VirusDisease, 1-9.
  • Chen, Y. & Chen, Y. F. (2014) Global distribution patterns of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza: Environmental vs. socioeconomic factors. Comptes Rendus - Biologies, 337, 459-465.
  • Chen, Y. H. (2014f) Areal sizes of high, intermediate, low and total suitable habitats are correlated to the global extinction risk for mammals. Archives of Biological Sciences, 66, 963-968.
  • Christensen-Dalsgaard, K. K. & Tyree, M. T. (2014) Frost fatigue and spring recovery of xylem vessels in three diffuse-porous trees in situ. Plant, Cell and Environment, 37, 1074-1085.
  • Comeau, P. (2014) Effects of aerial strip spraying on mixedwood stand structure and tree growth. Forestry Chronicle, 90, 479-485.
  • Coogan, S. C. P., Raubenheimer, D., Stenhouse, G. B. & Nielsen, S. E. (2014) Macronutrient optimization and seasonal diet mixing in a large omnivore, the grizzly bear: A geometric analysis. PLoS ONE, 9.
  • Cruz, M. G., Alexander, M. E. & Dam, J. E. (2014) Using modeled surface and crown fire behavior characteristics to evaluate fuel treatment effectiveness: A caution. Forest Science, 60, 1000-1004.
  • Cumming, S. G., Stralberg, D., Lefevre, K. L., Sólymos, P., Bayne, E. M., Fang, S., Fontaine, T., Mazerolle, D., Schmiegelow, F. K. A. & Song, S. J. (2014) Climate and vegetation hierarchically structure patterns of songbird distribution in the Canadian boreal region. Ecography, 37, 137-151.
  • Curtin, D., Beare, M. H., Scott, C. L., Hernandez-Ramirez, G. & Meenken, E. D. (2014) Mineralization of soil carbon and nitrogen following physical disturbance: A laboratory assessment. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 78, 925-935.
  • De La Torre, A. R., Roberts, D. R. & Aitken, S. N. (2014) Genome-wide admixture and ecological niche modelling reveal the maintenance of species boundaries despite long history of interspecific gene flow. Molecular Ecology, 23, 2046-2059.
  • Dimitrov, D. D., Bhatti, J. S. & Grant, R. F. (2014) The transition zones (ecotone) between boreal forests and peatlands: Ecological controls on ecosystem productivity along a transition zone between upland black spruce forest and a poor forested fen in central Saskatchewan. Ecological Modelling, 291, 96-108.
  • Dimitrov, D. D., Bhatti, J. S. & Grant, R. F. (2014) The transition zones (ecotone) between boreal forests and peatlands: Modelling water table along a transition zone between upland black spruce forest and poor forested fen in central Saskatchewan. Ecological Modelling, 274, 57-70.
  • Dixon, D., Boon, S. & Silins, U. (2014) Watershed-scale controls on snow accumulation in a small montane watershed, southwestern Alberta, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 28, 1294-1306.
  • Erbilgin, N., Galvez, D. A., Zhang, B. & Najar, A. (2014) Resource availability and repeated defoliation mediate compensatory growth in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings. PeerJ, 2014.
  • Erbilgin, N., Ma, C., Whitehouse, C., Shan, B., Najar, A. & Evenden, M. (2014) Chemical similarity between historical and novel host plants promotes range and host expansion of the mountain pine beetle in a naïve host ecosystem. New Phytologist, 201, 940-950.
  • Fedrowitz, K., Koricheva, J., Baker, S. C., Lindenmayer, D. B., Palik, B., Rosenvald, R., Beese, W., Franklin, J. F., Kouki, J., Macdonald, E., Messier, C., Sverdrup-Thygeson, A. & Gustafsson, L. (2014) Can retention forestry help conserve biodiversity? A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  • Gandhi, K. J. K., Gilmore, D. W., Katovich, S. A., Mattson, W. J., Spence, J. R. & Seybold, S. J. (2014) Physical effects of weather events on the abundance and diversity of insects in North American forests. Environmental Reviews, 15, 113-152.
  • Gärtner, S. M., Bokalo, M., Macdonald, S. E. & Stadt, K. (2014) Variation in post-wildfire regeneration of boreal mixedwood forests: Underlying factors and implications for natural disturbance-based management. New Forests, 45, 215-234.
  • Giweta, M., Dyck, M. F., Malhi, S. S., Puurveen, D. & Robertson, J. A. (2014) Long-term S-fertilization increases carbon sequestration in a sulfur-deficient soil. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 94, 295-301.
  • Glasier, J. R. N., Nielsen, S. E. & Acorn, J. H. (2014) The real "fire ants": colony size and body size of workers influence the fate of boreal sand hill ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) after wildfires in Alberta, Canada. Canadian Entomologist.
  • Grant, R. F. (2014) Nitrogen mineralization drives the response of forest productivity to soil warming: Modelling in ecosys vs. measurements from the Harvard soil heating experiment. Ecological Modelling, 288, 38-46.
  • Gu, B., Sutton, M. A., Chang, S. X., Ge, Y. & Chang, J. (2014) Agricultural ammonia emissions contribute to China's urban air pollution. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 12, 265-266.
  • Guillaume Blanchet, F., Legendre, P., Colin Bergeron, J. A. & He, F. (2014) Consensus RDA across dissimilarity coefficients for canonical ordination of community composition data. Ecological Monographs, 84, 491-511.
  • Hacke, U. G. (2014) Irradiance-induced changes in hydraulic architecture. Botany, 92, 437-442.
  • Hacke, U. G., Venturas, M. D., Mackinnon, E. D., Jacobsen, A. L., Sperry, J. S. & Pratt, R. B. (2014) The standard centrifuge method accurately measures vulnerability curves of long-vesselled olive stems. New Phytologist.
  • Hacke, U. G. & Way, D. (2014) Variable plant hydraulic conductance. Tree Physiology, 34, 105-108.
  • Hernandez-Ramirez, G., Lawrence-Smith, E. J., Sinton, S. M., Tabley, F., Schwen, A., Beare, M. H. & Brown, H. E. (2014) Root responses to alterations in macroporosity and penetrability in a silt loam soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 78, 1392-1403.
  • Hoemsen, B. M., Phillips, I. D., Parker, D. W., Bell, A. J., Bergsveinson, J. A., Armstrong, J. S. & Chivers, D. P. (2014) Extended family: a caddisfly new to Saskatchewan, Canada with notes on the life history of Neophylax splendens (Trichoptera: Thremmatidae). Canadian Entomologist.
  • Hu, X. S. & Yeh, F. C. (2014) Assessing postzygotic isolation using zygotic disequilibria in natural hybrid zones. PLoS ONE, 9.
  • Huang, J. X., Zhang, J., Shen, Y., Lian, J. Y., Cao, H. L., Ye, W. H., Wu, L. F. & Bin, Y. (2014) Different relationships between temporal phylogenetic turnover and phylogenetic similarity and in two forests were detected by a new null model. PLoS ONE, 9.
  • Huang, Z. T., Jiang, P. K., Chang, S. X., Zhang, Y. & Ying, Y. Q. (2014) Production of carbon occluded in phytolith is season-dependent in a bamboo forest in subtropical China. PLoS ONE, 9.
  • Huang, Z. T., Lii, Y. F., Jiang, P. K., Chang, S. X., Song, Z. L., Liu, J. & Zhou, G. M. (2014) Long-term intensive management increased carbon occluded in phytolith (PhytOC) in bamboo forest soils. Scientific Reports, 4.
  • Isaac-Renton, M. G., Roberts, D. R., Hamann, A. & Spiecker, H. (2014) Douglas-fir plantations in Europe: A retrospective test of assisted migration to address climate change. Global Change Biology, 20, 2607-2617.
  • Jamro, G. M., Chang, S. X. & Naeth, M. A. (2014) Organic capping type affected nitrogen availability and associated enzyme activities in reconstructed oil sands soils in Alberta, Canada. Ecological Engineering, 73, 92-101.
  • Javed, M. B., Kachanoski, G. & Siddique, T. (2014) Arsenic fractionation and mineralogical characterization of sediments in the Cold Lake area of Alberta, Canada. Science of the Total Environment, 500, 181-190.
  • Jiang, R., Xie, J., He, H., Luo, J. & Zhu, J. (2014) Use of four drought indices for evaluating drought characteristics under climate change in Shaanxi, China: 1951–2012. Natural Hazards.
  • Jung, K., Duan, M., House, J. & Chang, S. X. (2014) Textural interfaces affected the distribution of roots, water, and nutrients in some reconstructed forest soils in the Athabasca oil sands region. Ecological Engineering, 64, 240-249.
  • Kang, M., Chang, S. X., Yan, E. R. & Wang, X. H. (2014) Trait variability differs between leaf and wood tissues across ecological scales in subtropical forests. Journal of Vegetation Science, 25, 703-714.
  • Karst, J. & Landhäusser, S. M. (2014) Low soil temperatures increase carbon reserves in Picea mariana and Pinus contorta. Annals of Forest Science, 71, 371-380.
  • Kaufmann, J., Bork, E. W., Alexander, M. J. & Blenis, P. V. (2014) Effects of open-range cattle grazing on deciduous tree regeneration, damage, and mortality following patch logging. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 44, 777-783.
  • Keeping, D. (2014) Rapid assessment of wildlife abundance: Estimating animal density with track counts using body mass-day range scaling rules. Animal Conservation, 17, 486-497.
  • Keeping, D. & Pelletier, R. (2014) Animal density and track counts: Understanding the nature of observations based on animal movements. PLoS ONE, 9.
  • Kishchuk, B. E., Quideau, S., Wang, Y. & Prescott, C. (2014) Long-term soil response to variable-retention harvesting in the EMEND (Ecosystem Management Emulating Natural Disturbance) experiment, northwestern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 94, 263-279.
  • Klutsch, J. G., Beam, R. D., Jacobi, W. R. & Negrón, J. F. (2014) Bark beetles and dwarf mistletoe interact to alter downed woody material, canopy structure, and stand characteristics in northern Colorado ponderosa pine. Forest Ecology and Management, 315, 63-71.
  • Kooch, Y., Zaccone, C., Lamersdorf, N. P. & Tonon, G. (2014) Pit and mound influence on soil features in an oriental beech (fagus orientalis lipsky) forest. European Journal of Forest Research, 133, 347-354.
  • Kuznetsova, A., McKenzie, D., Banser, P., Siddique, T. & Aiken, J. M. (2014) Potential role of soil properties in the spread of CWD in western Canada. Prion, 8.
  • Laur, J. & Hacke, U. G. (2014) Exploring Picea glauca aquaporins in the context of needle water uptake and xylem refilling. New Phytologist, 203, 388-400.
  • Lee, S. I., Spence, J. R. & Langor, D. W. (2014) Succession of saproxylic beetles associated with decomposition of boreal white spruce logs. Agricultural and Forest Entomology.
  • Lehsten, V., De Groot, W. J., Flannigan, M., George, C., Harmand, P. & Balzter, H. (2014) Wildfires in boreal ecoregions: Evaluating the power law assumption and intra-annual and interannual variations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 119, 14-23.
  • Li, X., Chang, S. X. & Salifu, K. F. (2014) Soil texture and layering effects on water and salt dynamics in the presence of a water table: A review. Environmental Reviews, 22, 41-50.
  • Li, Y., Zhang, J., Chang, S. X., Jiang, P., Zhou, G., Shen, Z., Wu, J., Lin, L., Wang, Z. & Shen, M. (2014) Converting native shrub forests to Chinese chestnut plantations and subsequent intensive management affected soil C and N pools. Forest Ecology and Management, 312, 161-169.
  • Lim, S. S., Kwak, J. H., Lee, K. S., Chang, S. X., Yoon, K. S., Kim, H. Y. & Choi, W. J. (2014) Soil and plant nitrogen pools in paddy and upland ecosystems have contrasting δ15N. Biology and Fertility of Soils.
  • Liu, D., Fang, S., Tian, Y. & Chang, S. X. (2014) Nitrogen transformations in the rhizosphere of different tree types in a seasonally flooded soil. Plant, Soil and Environment, 60, 249-254.
  • Liu, J., Equiza, M. A., Navarro-Rodenas, A., Lee, S. H. & Zwiazek, J. J. (2014) Hydraulic adjustments in aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings following defoliation involve root and leaf aquaporins. Planta, 240, 553-564.
  • Luna Wolter, G. L. & Naeth, M. A. (2014) Dry mature fine tailings as oil sands reclamation substrates for three native grasses. Journal of Environmental Quality, 43, 1510-1516.
  • Matsushima, M. Y., Choi, W. J. & Chang, S. X. (2014) Canada bluejoint foliar δ15N and δ13C indicate changed soil N availability by litter removal and N fertilization in a 13-year-old boreal plantation. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 60, 208-215.
  • Mayr, S., Schmid, P., Laur, J., Rosner, S., Charra-Vaskou, K., Dämon, B. & Hacke, U. G. (2014) Uptake of water via branches helps timberline conifers refill embolized xylem in late winter. Plant Physiology, 164, 1731-1740.
  • McGregor, A. M. (2014) Using Ecopath Modeling to Describe Historical Conditions for a Large, Boreal Lake Ecosystem prior to European Settlement. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 34, 16-29.
  • Mezbahuddin, M., Grant, R. F. & Hirano, T. (2014) Modelling effects of seasonal variation in water table depth on net ecosystem CO2 exchange of a tropical peatland. Biogeosciences, 11, 577-599.
  • Miller, J. J., Curtis, T., Chanasyk, D. S. & Willms, W. D. (2014) Influence of streambank fencing and river access for cattle on riparian zone soils adjacent to the Lower Little Bow River in southern Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 94, 209-222.
  • Mineau, M. M., Fatemi, F. R., Fernandez, I. J. & Simon, K. S. (2014) Microbial enzyme activity at the watershed scale: Response to chronic nitrogen deposition and acute phosphorus enrichment. Biogeochemistry, 117, 131-142.
  • Mirzaee, S., Zolfaghari, A. A., Gorji, M., Dyck, M. & Ghorbani Dashtaki, S. (2014) Evaluation of infiltration models with different numbers of fitting parameters in different soil texture classes. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 60, 681-693.
  • Mollard, F. P. O. & Naeth, M. A. (2014) Photoinhibition of germination in grass seed - Implications for prairie revegetation. Journal of Environmental Management, 142, 1-9.
  • Mollard, F. P. O., Naeth, M. A. & Cohen-Fernandez, A. (2014) Impacts of mulch on prairie seedling establishment: Facilitative to inhibitory effects. Ecological Engineering, 64, 377-384.
  • Montwé, D., Spiecker, H. & Hamann, A. (2014) An experimentally controlled extreme drought in a Norway spruce forest reveals fast hydraulic response and subsequent recovery of growth rates. Trees - Structure and Function, 28, 891-900.
  • Naeth, M. A. & Wilkinson, S. R. (2014) Establishment of restoration trajectories for upland tundra communities on diamond mine wastes in the Canadian arctic. Restoration Ecology, 22, 534-543.
  • Najar, A., Landhäusser, S. M., Whitehill, J. G. A., Bonello, P. & Erbilgin, N. (2014) Reserves Accumulated in Non-Photosynthetic Organs during the Previous Growing Season Drive Plant Defenses and Growth in Aspen in the Subsequent Growing Season. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 40, 21-30.
  • Ojekanmi, A. A. & Chang, S. X. (2014) Soil quality assessment for peat-mineral mix cover soil used in oil sands reclamation. Journal of Environmental Quality, 43, 1566-1575.
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