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    1. Spoelstra, J; Schiff, SL; Elgood, RJ; Semkin, RG; Jeffries, DS
      Tracing the sources of exported nitrate in the turkey lakes watershed using N-15/N-14 and O-18/O-16 isotopic ratios

      ECOSYSTEMS
    2. Morrison, IK; Foster, NW
      Fifteen-year change in forest floor organic and element content and cycling at the Turkey Lakes Watershed

      ECOSYSTEMS
    3. Moayeri, M; Meng, FR; Arp, PA; Foster, NW
      Evaluating critical soil acidification loads and exceedances for a deciduous forest at the Turkey Lakes Watershed

      ECOSYSTEMS
    4. Webb, SL; Pendergast, TH; Dwyer, ME
      Response of native and exotic maple seedling banks to removal of the exotic, invasive Norway maple (Acer platanoides)

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    5. Chen, Z; Kolb, TE; Clancy, KM
      Mechanisms of Douglas-fir resistance to western spruce budworm defoliation: bud burst phenology, photosynthetic compensation and growth rate

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Hernandez, RE; Naderi, N
      Effect of knife jointing on the gluing properties of wood

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    7. Lo, E; Wang, ZM; Lechowicz, M; Messier, C; Nikinmaa, E; Perttunen, J; Sievanen, R
      Adaptation of the LIGNUM model for simulations of growth and light response in Jack pine

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    8. Jayaraman, K; Zakrzewski, WT
      Practical approaches to calibrating height-diameter relationships for natural sugar maple stands in Ontario

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    9. Perttunen, J; Nikinmaa, E; Lechowicz, MJ; Sievanen, R; Messier, C
      Application of the functional-structural tree model LIGNUM to sugar maple saplings (Acer saccharum Marsh) growing in forest gaps

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    10. Kloseiko, J; Mandre, M; Ruga, I
      Biomass, nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus contents of beans grown in limedsoil in response to foliar application of HNO3 or H2SO4 mists

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    11. Courchesne, F; Roy, AG; Biron, PM; Cote, B; Fyles, J; Hendershot, WH
      Fluctuations of climatic conditions, elemental cycling and forest growth at the watershed scale

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    12. Takahashi, K; Seino, T; Kohyama, T
      Responses to canopy openings in architectural development of saplings in eight deciduous broadleaved tree species

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    13. Kouassi, KC; Lorenzetti, F; Guertin, C; Cabana, J; Mauffette, Y
      Variation in the susceptibility of the forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera : Lasiocampidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis variety kurstaki HD-1: Effect of the host plant

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    14. Lautenschlager, RA; Winters, JA
      Quantifying ice damage by counting branches on damaged sugar maple trees

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    15. Ter-Mikaelian, M; Lautenschlager, RA
      Predictive equations for leaf area and biomass for sugar bushes in easternOntario

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    16. Saint-Germain, M; Mauffette, Y
      Reduced ground beetle activity following ice damage in maple stands of southwestern Quebec

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    17. Naidoo, R; Lechowicz, MJ
      Effects of gypsy moth on radial growth of deciduous trees

      FOREST SCIENCE
    18. King, DA
      Stem orientation is related to growth rate, leaf dimensions, and the deciduous habit in temperate forest saplings

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    19. Gunter, LE; Tuskan, GA; Gunderson, CA; Norby, RJ
      Genetic variation and spatial structure in sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) and implications for predicted global-scale environmental change

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    20. Messier, C; Nikinmaa, E
      Effects of light availability and sapling size on the growth, biomass allocation, and crown morphology of understory sugar maple, yellow birch, and beech

      ECOSCIENCE
    21. Gunderson, CA; Norby, RJ; Wullschleger, SD
      Acclimation of photosynthesis and respiration to simulated climatic warming in northern and southern populations of Acer saccharum: laboratory and field evidence

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Defo, M; Cloutier, A; Fortin, Y
      Modeling vacuum-contact drying of wood: The water potential approach

      DRYING TECHNOLOGY
    23. McLaughlin, JW; Gale, MR; Jurgensen, MF; Trettin, CC
      Soil organic matter and nitrogen cycling in response to harvesting, mechanical site preparation, and fertilization in a wetland with a mineral substrate

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    24. Martais, B; Wargo, PM
      Impact of liming on the abundance and vigor of Armillaria rhizomorphs in Allegheny hardwoods stands

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    25. Coughlan, AP; Dalpe, Y; Lapointe, L; Piche, Y
      Soil pH-induced changes in root colonization, diversity, and reproduction of symbiotic arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from healthy and declining maple forests

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    26. Chagnon, M; Hebert, C; Pare, D
      Community structures of Collembola in sugar maple forests: relations to humus type and seasonal trends

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    27. Burton, AJ; Pregitzer, KS; Hendrick, RL
      Relationships between fine root dynamics and nitrogen availability in Michigan northern hardwood forests

      OECOLOGIA
    28. Eissenstat, DM; Wells, CE; Yanai, RD; Whitbeck, JL
      Building roots in a changing environment: implications for root longevity

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    29. Pregitzer, KS; King, JA; Burton, AJ; Brown, SE
      Responses of tree fine roots to temperature

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    30. Nadelhoffer, KJ
      The potential effects of nitrogen deposition on fine-root production in forest ecosystems

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    31. Rio, RVM; Cameron, EA
      Heterorhabditis bacteriophora: Seasonal dynamics and distribution in a stand of sugar maple, Acer saccharum

      JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY
    32. Cochard, H; Martin, R; Gross, P; Bogeat-Triboulot, MB
      Temperature effects on hydraulic conductance and water relations of Quercus robur L.

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    33. Sampson, PH; Mohammed, GH; Zarco-Tejada, PJ; Miller, JR; Noland, TL; Irving, D; Treitz, PM; Colombo, SJ; Freemantle, J
      The bioindicators of Forest Condition Project: A physiological, remote sensing approach

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    34. McLaughlin, DL; Chiu, M; Durigon, D; Liljalehto, H
      The Ontario Hardwood Forest Health Survey: 1986-1998

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    35. Brown, SE; Pregitzer, KS; Reed, DD; Burton, AJ
      Predicting daily mean soil temperature from daily mean air temperature in four northern hardwood forest stands

      FOREST SCIENCE
    36. Zogg, GP; Zak, DR; Pregitzer, KS; Burton, AJ
      Microbial immobilization and the retention of anthropogenic nitrate in a northern hardwood forest

      ECOLOGY
    37. Hansen, RA
      Effects of habitat complexity and composition on a diverse litter microarthropod assemblage

      ECOLOGY
    38. Goulet, J; Messier, C; Nikinmaa, E
      Effect of branch position and light availability on shoot growth of understory sugar maple and yellow birch saplings

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    39. Forrester, JA; Runkle, JR
      Mortality and replacement patterns of an old-growth acer-fagus woods in the holden arboretum, Northeastern Ohio

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    40. Lovett, GM; Rueth, H
      Soil nitrogen transformations in beech and maple stands along a nitrogen deposition gradient

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    41. Holmes, WE; Zak, DR
      Soil microbial control of nitrogen loss following clearcut harvest in northern hardwood ecosystems

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    42. Hara, M; Miyake, J; Goc, J; Frackowiak, D
      Photoreaction and thermal deactivation of excitation in purple bacteria light harvesting complexes (LH2) with and without reaction centres

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY A-CHEMISTRY
    43. Defo, M; Fortin, Y; Cloutier, A
      Determination of the effective water conductivity of sugar maple sapwood and white spruce heartwood under vacuum

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    44. Naderi, N; Hernandez, RE
      Effect of planing on physical and mechanical properties of sugar maple wood

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    45. Defo, M; Fortin, Y; Cloutier, A
      Moisture content-water potential relationship of sugar maple and white spruce wood from green to dry conditions

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    46. Adams, MB
      Acidic deposition and sustainable forest management in the central Appalachians, USA

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    47. Watmough, SA
      Monitoring historical changes in soil and atmospheric trace metal levels by dendrochemical analysis

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    48. White, G; Fernandez, I; Wiersma, G
      Impacts of ammonium sulfate treatment on the foliar chemistry of forest trees at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    49. Pell, EJ; Sinn, JP; Brendley, BW; Samuelson, L; Vinten-Johansen, C; Tien, M; Skillman, J
      Differential response of four tree species to ozone-induced acceleration of foliar senescence

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    50. Back, J; Vanderklein, DW; Topa, MA
      Effects of elevated ozone on CO2 uptake and leaf structure in sugar maple under two light environments

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    51. McLaughlin, S; Percy, K
      Forest health in North America: Some perspectives on actual and potential roles of climate and air pollution

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    52. Watmough, SA; Hutchinson, TC; Sager, EPS
      The impact of simulated acid rain on soil leachate and xylem chemistry in a Jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) stand in northern Ontario, Canada

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    53. Hutchinson, TC; Watmough, SA; Sager, EPS; Karagatzides, JD
      The impact of simulated acid rain and fertilizer application on a mature sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) forest in central Ontario Canada

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    54. Lux, HB; Cumming, JR
      Effect of aluminum on the growth and nutrition of tulip-poplar seedlings

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    55. Devito, KJ; Westbrook, CJ; Schiff, SL
      Nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in upland and peatland forest soils in two Canadian Shield catchments

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    56. Ristau, TE; Horsley, SB
      Pin cherry effects on Allegheny hardwood stand development

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    57. Katovich, EJS; Becker, RL; Ragsdale, DW
      Effect of Galerucella sop. on survival of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) roots and crowns

      WEED SCIENCE
    58. Anderson, R
      Disturbance as a factor in the distribution of sugar maple and the invasion of Norway maple into a modified woodland

      RHODORA
    59. Canham, CD; Kobe, RK; Latty, EF; Chazdon, RL
      Interspecific and intraspecific variation in tree seedling survival: effects of allocation to roots versus carbohydrate reserves

      OECOLOGIA
    60. Pohl, HN; Vandre, R; Kaupenjohann, M
      Interpretation of the nutritional status of forest trees by the Diagnosis and Recommendation Integrated System (DRIS)

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    61. Lautenschlager, RA; Nielsen, C
      Ontario's forest science efforts following the 1998 ice storm

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    62. Morrison, IK; Cameron, DA; Foster, NW; Groot, A
      Forest research at the Turkey Lakes Watershed

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    63. Davidson, CB; Gottschalk, KW; Johnson, JE
      Tree mortality following defoliation by the European gypsy moth (Lymantriadispar L.) in the United States: A review

      FOREST SCIENCE
    64. Marquis, F; Camire, C; Lachance, M
      Basic cation and Al distribution in Ahe soil solution of fertilized maple stand: representativeness of saturation extracts.

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    65. Wilder, CM; Holtzclaw, FW; Clebsch, EEC
      Succession, sapling density and growth in canopy gaps along a topographic gradient in a second growth East Tennessee forest

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    66. BURTON AJ; PREGITZER KS; ZOGG GP; ZAK DR
      DROUGHT REDUCES ROOT RESPIRATION IN SUGAR MAPLE FORESTS

      Ecological applications
    67. GILL DS; AMTHOR JS; BORMANN FH
      LEAF PHENOLOGY, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, AND THE PERSISTENCE OF SAPLINGS AND SHRUBS IN A MATURE NORTHERN HARDWOOD FOREST

      Tree physiology
    68. TSCHAPLINSKI TJ; GEBRE GM; SHIRSHAC TL
      OSMOTIC POTENTIAL OF SEVERAL HARDWOOD SPECIES AS AFFECTED BY MANIPULATION OF THROUGHFALL PRECIPITATION IN AN UPLAND OAK FOREST DURING A DRYYEAR

      Tree physiology
    69. GEBRE GM; TSCHAPLINSKI TJ; SHIRSHAC TL
      WATER RELATIONS OF SEVERAL HARDWOOD SPECIES IN RESPONSE TO THROUGHFALL MANIPULATION IN AN UPLAND OAK FOREST DURING A WET YEAR

      Tree physiology
    70. BROCKWAY DG; OUTCALT KW
      GAP-PHASE REGENERATION IN LONGLEAF PINE WIREGRASS ECOSYSTEMS

      Forest ecology and management
    71. BASTIEN D; VILLENEUVE N; GRANDTNER MM; GERVAIS C
      ANALYSIS OF THE LICHEN COMMUNITIES OF 2 D IFFERENTLY DIEBACK-AFFECTEDPLOTS IN A MAPLE FOREST STAND NEAR QUEBEC-CITY, CANADA

      Phytocoenologia
    72. VEERANJANEYULU K; CHARLAND M; LEBLANC RM
      HIGH-IRRADIANCE STRESS AND PHOTOCHEMICAL ACTIVITIES OF PHOTOSYSTEM-1 AND PHOTOSYSTEM-2 IN-VIVO

      Photosynthetica
    73. WEINSTEIN DA; SAMUELSON LJ; ARTHUR MA
      COMPARISON OF THE RESPONSE OF RED OAK (QUERCUS-RUBRA) SEEDLINGS AND MATURE TREES TO OZONE EXPOSURE USING SIMULATION MODELING

      Environmental pollution
    74. WATMOUGH SA; HUTCHINSON TC; SAGER EPS
      CHANGES IN TREE-RING CHEMISTRY IN SUGAR MAPLE (ACER-SACCHARUM) ALONG AN URBAN-RURAL GRADIENT IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO

      Environmental pollution
    75. BURKE MK; RAYNAL DJ
      LIMING INFLUENCES GROWTH AND NUTRIENT BALANCES IN SUGAR MAPLE (ACER-SACCHARUM) SEEDLINGS ON AN ACIDIC FOREST SOIL

      Environmental and experimental botany
    76. SKEPNER AP; KRANE DE
      RAPD REVEALS GENETIC SIMILARITY OF ACER-SACCHARUM AND ACER NIGRUM

      Heredity
    77. WATMOUGH SA; HUTCHINSON TC; EVANS RD
      DEVELOPMENT OF SOLID CALIBRATION STANDARDS FOR TRACE ELEMENTAL ANALYSES OF TREE-RINGS BY LASER-ABLATION INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRY

      Environmental science & technology
    78. RUNKLE JR
      CHANGES IN SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN CANOPY TREE GAPS SAMPLED THRICE

      Ecology
    79. PARKER BL; SKINNER M; GOULI V; BROWNBRIDGE M
      IMPACT OF SOIL APPLICATIONS OF BEAUVERIA-BASSIANA AND MARIANNAEA SP ON NONTARGET FOREST ARTHROPODS

      Biological control
    80. NAIDU SL; DELUCIA EH
      ACCLIMATION OF SHADE-DEVELOPED LEAVES ON SAPLINGS EXPOSED TO LATE-SEASON CANOPY GAPS

      Tree physiology
    81. NADERI N; HERNANDEZ RE
      EFFECT OF RE-WETTING TREATMENT ON THE DIMENSIONAL CHANGES OF SUGAR MAPLE WOOD

      Wood and fiber science
    82. ARP PA; OJA T
      A FOREST SOIL VEGETATION ATMOSPHERE MODEL (FORSVA) .1. CONCEPTS

      Ecological modelling
    83. OJA T; ARP PA
      A FOREST SOIL VEGETATION ATMOSPHERE MODEL (FORSVA) .2. APPLICATION TONORTHERN TOLERANT HARDWOODS

      Ecological modelling
    84. HOULE D; PAQUIN R; CAMIRE C; OUIMET R; DUCHESNE L
      RESPONSE OF THE LAKE CLAIR WATERSHED (DUCHESNAY, QUEBEC) TO CHANGES IN PRECIPITATION CHEMISTRY (1988-1994)

      Canadian journal of forest research
    85. KOBE RK
      CARBOHYDRATE ALLOCATION TO STORAGE AS A BASIS OF INTERSPECIFIC VARIATION IN SAPLING SURVIVORSHIP AND GROWTH

      Oikos
    86. MARTEL J; MAUFFETTE Y
      LEPIDOPTERAN COMMUNITIES IN TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS FORESTS AFFECTED BY FOREST DECLINE

      Oikos
    87. SKEPNER AP; KRANE DE
      CPDNA OF ACER-SACCHARUM AND ACER NIGRUM ARE VERY SIMILAR

      The Ohio journal of science
    88. AKOCHIK E; ALLI I; KERMASHA S
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PYRAZINES FORMED DURING THE PROCESSING OF MAPLE SYRUP

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    89. HENRY PH; PREECE JE
      PRODUCTION AND ROOTING OF SHOOTS GENERATED FROM DORMANT STEM SECTIONSOF MAPLE SPECIES

      HortScience
    90. LEBOURGEOIS F; LEVY G; BECKER M; LEFEVRE Y
      EFFECTS OF MINERAL-NUTRITION AND WATER SI TE CONDITIONS ON RADIAL GROWTH OF CORSICAN PINE IN WESTERN FRANCE

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    91. YOUNG AG; BROWN AHD
      COMPARATIVE POPULATION GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF THE RARE WOODLAND SHRUB DAVIESIA SUAVEOLENS AND ITS COMMON CONGENER D-MIMOSOIDES

      Conservation biology
    92. HILBERT DW; MESSIER C
      PHYSICAL SIMULATION OF TREES TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF FOREST LIGHT ENVIRONMENT, BRANCH TYPE AND BRANCH SPACING ON LIGHT INTERCEPTION AND TRANSMISSION

      Functional ecology
    93. AUCLAIR AND; LILL JT; REVENGA C
      THE ROLE OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND GLOBAL WARMING IN THE DIEBACK OF NORTHERN HARDWOODS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    94. SKINNER M; PARKER BL
      EMERGENCE OF PEAR THRIPS (THYSANOPTERA, THRIPIDAE) AND ITS RELATION TO FOLIAR DAMAGE

      Environmental entomology
    95. LAZERTE BD; SCOTT L
      SOIL-WATER LEACHATE FROM 2 FORESTED CATCHMENTS ON THE PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD, ONTARIO

      Canadian journal of forest research
    96. FERRARI JB; SUGITA S
      A SPATIALLY EXPLICIT MODEL OF LEAF-LITTER FALL IN HEMLOCK-HARDWOOD FORESTS

      Canadian journal of forest research
    97. EMERMAN SH; DAWSON TE
      HYDRAULIC LIFT AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE WATER-CONTENT OF THE RHIZOSPHERE - AN EXAMPLE FROM SUGAR MAPLE, ACER-SACCHARUM

      Oecologia
    98. FAYLE DCF
      SUGAR MAPLE, BLACK SPRUCE AND TAMARACK DO NOT REPRODUCE VEGETATIVELY FROM ROOTS

      Forestry Chronicle
    99. POULSON TL; PLATT WJ
      REPLACEMENT PATTERNS OF BEECH AND SUGAR MAPLE IN WARREN-WOODS, MICHIGAN

      Ecology
    100. WARGO PM
      CONSEQUENCES OF ENVIRONMENTAL-STRESS ON OAK - PREDISPOSITION TO PATHOGENS

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres


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