UNBC RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Arocena, J.M. and P. Sanborn. 1999.

Mineralogy and genesis of selected soils and their implications for forest management in central and northeastern British Columbia. Can. J. Soil Sci. 79:571-592.
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Armleder, H.M., and S.K. Stevenson. 1996.

Using alternative silvicultural systems to integrate mountain caribou and timber management in British Columbia. Rangifer Special Issue No. 9:141-149.

Bensen, S. and D.S. Coxson. 2002.

Lichen Colonization and Gap Structure in Wet-temperate Rainforests of Northern Interior British Columbia. The Bryologist 105(4), pp. 673-692.
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Botting, R and AL Fredeen 2006.

Contrasting terrestrial moss, lichen and liverwort diversity and abundance between old-growth and young second-growth sub-boreal spruce forest in central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Botany 84: 120-132.
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Campbell, J., S.K. Stevenson and D.S. Coxson. 1999.

Estimating epiphyte abundance in high-elevation forests of northern British Columbia. Selbyana 20(2):261-267.

Campbell, J., and D.S. Coxson. 2001.

Canopy microclimate and arboreal lichen loading in subalpine spruce-fir forest. Can. J. Bot. 79: 537-555.
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Campbell, J and A.L. Fredeen. 2004.

Lobaria pulmonaria abundance as an indicator of macrolichen diversity in Interior Cedar-Hemlock forests of east-central British Columbia. Can. J. Bot. 82:970-982.

Campbell, J. and A.L. Fredeen. 2007

Contrasting the abundance, nitrogen, and carbon of epiphytic macrolichen species between host trees and soil types in a sub-boreal forest Canadian Journal of Botany 85: 31-42.
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Coxson, D.S. and M. Curteanu. 2002.

Decomposition of hair lichens (Alectoria sarmentosa and Bryoria spp.) under snowpack in montane forest, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia. The Lichenologist. 34: 395-402.
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Coxson, D.S. and M. Coyle. 2003.

Niche partitioning and photosynthetic response of alectorioid lichens from subalpine spruce–fir forest in north-central British Columbia, Canada: the role of canopy microclimate gradients. The Lichenologist 35(2):157-175.
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Coxson, D.S., and N.M. Nadkarni. 1995.

Ecological Roles of Epiphytes in Nutrient Cycles of Forest Ecosystems. Chapter 20. In Forest Canopies. Academic Press. pp 495-543.

Coxson, D.S. and S.K. Stevenson. 2005.

Retention of canopy lichens after partial-cut harvesting in wet-belt interior cedar-hemlock forests, British Columbia, Canada. For. Ecol. and Manage. 204:99-114.
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Coxson, D.S. and S.K. Stevenson. 2007.

Influence of high-contrast and low-contrast forest edges on growth rates of Lobaria pulmonaria in the inland rainforest, British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management 253: 103-111.
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Coxson, D.S. and S.K. Stevenson. 2007.

Growth rate responses of Lobaria pulmonaria to canopy structure in even-aged and old-growth cedar-hemlock forests of central-interior British Columbia, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management 242: 5-16.
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Coxson, D.S., S.K. Stevenson and J. Campbell. 2003.

Short-term impacts of partial cutting on lichen retention and canopy microclimate in an Engelmann Spruce - Subalpine Fir forest in north-central British Columbia. Can. J. For. Res. 33: 830-841.
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Delong, S.C. 1998.

Natural disturbance rate and patch size distribution of forests in northern British Columbia: Implications for forest management. Northwest Science 72: 35-48.

DeLong, C. 2007.

Implementation of Natural Disturbance-Based Management in Northern British Columbia. For. Chron. 326-227.
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Driscoll, K.G. and J. M. Arocena. 1999.

Properties, classification and genesis of selected pedons in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada. Z. Geomorph. N. F. Suppl.-Bd. 119:37-55.

Eastham, A.M. and M.J. Jull. 1999.

Factors affecting natural regeneration of Abies lasiocarpa and Picea engelmannii in a subalpine silvicultural systems trial. Can. J. For. Res. 29: 1847-1855.
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Eastham, A.M. and M.J. Jull. 2003.

Natural regeneration of Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir 9-years after seedbed treatment in three harvest treatments. In Proceedings Regeneration Issues in Partial Cutting, FERIC workshop, October 30, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, B.C. 4 pages.
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Eastman, D. and S. Stevenson. 2000.

The importance of early winter range to the mountain ecotype of caribou (Rangifer tarandus) in the Cariboo Forest Region of British Columbia: a review of pertinent literature. A report submitted to the Forest Practices Board.

Fredeen, A.L., C.H. Bois, D.T. Janzen, and P.T. Sanborn. 2005.

Comparison of coniferous forest carbon stocks between old-growth and young second-growth forests on two soil types in central British Columbia, Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 35: 1411-1421.
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Jull, M.J. and S.K. Stevenson (eds). 2001.

The Lucille Mountain Study: 8-year results of a silvicultural systems trial in the Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir Zone. B.C. Min. For. Working Paper 59. Victoria, B.C. 93 pp.
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Jull, M., S. Stevenson and B. Sagar. 1999.

Group selection in old cedar hemlock forests: five-year results of the Fleet Creek partial-cutting trial. Prince George Forest Region Research Note # PG-20. Prince George, B.C. 8 pp.
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Jull, M., D. Coxson, S. Stevenson, D. Lousier and M. Walters (compilers). 1998.

Ecosystem dynamics and silvicultural systems in Interior Wetbelt ESSF and ICH forests. Workshop Proceedings, June 10th to 12th, 1997. 21 papers given at the wetbelt ESSF and ICH workshop, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC. UNBC Press, 3333 University Way, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. V2N 4X9. 71 pp.
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Lajzerowicz, C.C., Vyse, A., Jull, M., Newsome, T. 2006.

Performance of planted Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir seedlings in British Columbia's southern mountains. Forestry Chronicle. 82: 82-94.

Lindo, Z. and S.K. Stevenson. 2007.

Diversity and distribution of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) associated with arboreal and terrestrial habitats in Interior Cedar-Hemlock forests, British Columbia, Canada. Northwest Science 81:305-315.

Piercey-Normore, M.D., Coxson, D.S., Goward, T. and Goffinet, B. 2006

Phylogenetic position of a Pacific Northwest North American endemic cyanolichen, Nephroma occultum (Ascomycota, Peltigerales). The Lichenologist 38:441-446.
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Radies, D.N. and D.S. Coxson. 2004.

Macrolichen colonization on 120-140 year old Tsuga heterophylla in wet temperate rainforests of central-interior British Columbia: a comparison of lichen response to even-aged versus old-growth stand structures. Lichenologist 36:235-247.
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Renzie, C., 2006 (in prep).

A comparison of harvesting productivity and cost between partial cut and clearcut treatments in old cedar-hemlock forests in central British Columbia. Masters thesis (manuscript). Natural Resources and Environmental Studies. University of Northern British Columbia. April 2006.

Renzie, C., and H. Han. 2000.

Operational analysis of partial cut and clearcut harvesting methods in north-central Interior ICH/ESSF forests (Part 1 - East Twin). Final Report to the Robson Valley Enhanced Forest Management Pilot Project (EFMPP). March 2000. Forestry Program, University of Northern British Columbia. 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, V2N 4Z9.
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Renzie, C., and H. Han. 2002.

Operational analysis of partial cut and clearcut harvesting methods in north-central Interior ICH mountain forests, Part 2 (Minnow Creek). Final Report to the Robson Valley Enhanced Forest Management Pilot Project (EFMPP). March 2002. Forestry Program, University of Northern British Columbia, and Dept. of Forest Products, University of Idaho. UNBC address: 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, V2N 4Z9.
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Sanborn, P., M. Geertsema, A.J.T. Jull, and B. Hawkes. 2006.

Soil and sedimentary charcoal evidence for Holocene forest fires in an inland temperate rainforest, east-central British Columbia, Canada. The Holocene. Vol. 16: 415-427.
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Stevenson, S.K. and D.S. Coxson. 2000.

Effects of partial cutting on arboreal lichens used by mountain caribou. In Darling, L.M. (editor). Proceedings, Biology and Management of Species and Habitats At Risk, Kamloops, B.C., 15 - 19 February 1999. B.C. Min. Environ., Lands and Parks, Victoria,B.C. and University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, B.C. Pp. 663-664.

Stevenson, S.K. and D.S. Coxson. 2003.

Litterfall, growth and turnover of arboreal lichens after partial cutting in an Engelmann spruce-subalpine fir forest in north-central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:2306-2320.
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Stevenson, S.K., and D.S. Coxson. 2004.

Short-term effects of partial cutting on arboreal forage lichens at Pinkerton Mountain. Biology Program, University of Northern British Columbia Forest Research Update # NR-3. Prince George, B.C. 8 pp.
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Stevenson, S.K., and D.S. Coxson. 2007.

Arboreal forage lichens in partial cuts - a synthesis of research results from British Columbia, Canada. Rangifer 17: 155-165.
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Stevenson, S.K. and D.S. Coxson 2008.

Growth responses of Lobaria retigera to forest edge and canopy structure in the inland temperate rainforest, British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management: 256: 618-223.
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Stevenson, S.K. and D.G. Keisker. 2002.

Evaluating the effects of partial cutting on wildlife trees and coarse woody debris. In Laudenslayer, W.F., Jr., P.J. Shea, B.E. Valentine, C.P. Weatherspoon, and T.E. Lisle (technical coordinators). Proceedings, Ecology and Management of Dead Wood in Western Forests, Reno, Nevada, 2-4 November 1999. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-181. Pp. 753-763.
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Stevenson, S.K., H.M. Armleder, M.J. Jull, D.G. King, B.N. McLellan, and D.S. Coxson. 2001.

Mountain caribou in managed forests: recommendations for managers: Second Edition. B.C. Min. Environ., Lands, and Parks. Wildlife Rep. No. R-26. Victoria, B.C. 58 pp.
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Stevenson, S.K., M. Jull and D.S. Coxson. 1999.

Selection silvicultural systems in mountain caribou habitat: logging and learning at Pinkerton Mountain. Prince George Forest Region Research Note # PG-19. Prince George, B.C. 8 pp.
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Stevenson, S.K., Jull, M.J. and B.J. Rogers 2006.

Abundance and attributes of wildlife trees and coarse woody debris at three silvicultural systems study areas in the Interior Cedar-Hemlock Zone, British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management. 233: 176-191.
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TECHNICAL REPORTS (UNPUBLISHED)

Beaudry, L. 1999.

Ecological Description of Silviculture Systems Research Sites in the Prince George Forest Region. Contract Report with Maps and Appendices. December 1999. Madrone Consultants, Prince George, BC. Completed as part of the Northern Rockies ICH-ESSF Silvicultural Systems Project, Phase III. Forest Renewal BC, Research Project OP96081-RE. Also available from M. Jull at the University of Northern BC, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, Canada, V2N 4Z9
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DeLong, C., M. Osberg, D. Coopersmith, and W. Hays. 1991.

Working plan: comparison of forest management techniques for high-elevation forests: the Lucille Mountain project. Working Plan for Experimental Project (EP) 1119, BC Ministry of Forests. Prince George Forest Region / Research Branch. Victoria, BC. Unpublished report. 35 pp.

Jull, M., S.K. Stevenson., A. Eastham, and P. Sanborn. 2000.

Working Plan: The Northern Wetbelt Silvicultural Systems Project - A study of alternative silvicultural systems in northern wetbelt ICH and ESSF forests. Working Plan for Forest Renewal BC Research Project OP96081-RE. Includes Maps, Figures, and Appendices. Also available from M. Jull at the University of Northern BC, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, Canada, V2N4Z9
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Jull, M., S.K. Stevenson, B. Rogers, P. Sanborn, A. Eastham, B. Sagar, and L Beaudry. 2001.

Establishment report (First approximation): summary of initial pre-harvest conditions and harvest treatments. University of Northern British Columbia. MoF E.P. 1119.03 (pending). FRBC Project Number: OP96081-RE April, 2001
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Appendix 2 & 3: Mensurational data
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Appendix 4 & 5: Eco and Soils plus Maps
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Jull, M., S.K. Stevenson, B. Rogers, P. Sanborn, A. Eastham, B. Sagar, and L Beaudry. 2002.

Establishment Report (Second Approximation): Summary of Harvest Treatments, Monitoring Installations, and Overview of Pre- and Post-Harvest Conditions. University of Northern British Columbia Forest Renewal BC Research Project Number: OP96081-RE (1996-2001) and OPR02006-09 (2001/02). Also available from M. Jull at the University of Northern BC, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, Canada, V2N4Z9.
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Stevenson, S.K., B.Bancroft, and M. Jull. 1993.

Robson Valley partial-cutting project: alternative silvicultural systems in the ICHwk3 subzone - problem analysis and working plan. Unpublished report prepared for the BC Ministry of Environment, Northern Interior Sub-region. Silvicultural Systems Project SS054. 60 pp.

Stevenson, S., M. Jull., and B. Rogers. 2000.

Field Data Collection Protocol Manual (Second Approximation) - For internal use by the Northern Wetbelt Silviculture Systems Project; Developed for use in biogeoclimatic subzone variants: ICHwk3, ICHvk2, ESSFwk3 and ESSFwk2. Also available from M. Jull at the University of Northern BC, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, Canada, V2N4Z9
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Sutherland, C., O. Steen, T. Newsome, J. Perry, P. Teti, B. Chapman, and H. Armleder. 1992.

Group selection system for high elevation forests (ESSFwc3) to maintain caribou habitat in the Cariboo Forest Region: Working Plan. B.C. Min. For., Project E.P. 1104.02.

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