Branchlines Past Issues

AuthorYearArticle NameVolume #Page #Hyperlink
Jason Hall2017The art of being rooted28#3 20176PDF
Jordan Lewis Burke2017Invasion of boreal forests by the mountain pine beetle28#3 20178PDF
Allan Carroll2017Invasion of boreal forests by the mountain pine beetle28#3 20178PDF
Saeed Ghafghazi2017Innovative tools for modelling Canada's forest sector28#3 201710PDF
Gary Bull2017Innovative tools for modelling Canada's forest sector28#3 201710PDF
Lori Daniels2017Wildfire 201728#3 201712PDF
Kasmira Cockerill2017Community-based conservation in Kenya28#3 201714PDF
Shannon Hagerman2017Community-based conservation in Kenya28#3 201714PDF
Greg Rickbeil2017Monitoring barren-ground caribou28#3 201716PDF
Nicholas Coops2017Monitoring barren-ground caribou28#3 201716PDF
Nria Monica2017Is Mexico City moving towards sustainability28#3 201720PDF
Perez de Leon2017Is Mexico City moving towards sustainability28#3 201720PDF
Sarah Gergel2017Who is the Forestry Diversity Crew?28#2 20174PDF
Scott Hinch2017Are salmon sick?28#2 20174PDF
Amy Teffer2017Are salmon sick?28#2 20178PDF
Harry Nelson2017Climate change and changes in silvicultural practices28#2 201710PDF
Julie Sheppard2017Climate change and changes in silvicultural practices28#2 201710PDF
Cole Burton2017Keeping an eye on the wild28#2 201712PDF
Tonya Smith2017Finding pathways to restore Indigenous food sovereignty28#2 201714PDF
Janette Bulkan2017Finding pathways to restore Indigenous food sovereignty28#2 201714PDF
Matilda van den Bosch2017Mapping health with urban trees28#2 201716PDF
Nina Morrell2017The case for spectacled bears28#2 201718PDF
Peter Arcese2017The case for spectacled bears28#2 201718PDF
Kahlil Baker2017From PhD thesis to social enterprise28#2 201719PDF
Seraphine Munroe2017Traditional recognition and Forestry’s involvement in Indigenous research28#2 201720PDF
Gregory A Greene2017Research Forest graduate internships: A win-win experience28#1 201722PDF
Cathy Koot2017Research Forest graduate internships: A win-win experience28#1 201722PDF
Ahmed Siddig2017Pond ecosystems in the era of environmental changes28#1 201720PDF
John Richardson2017Pond ecosystems in the era of environmental changes28#1 201720PDF
Douglas Bolton2017Assessing forest structure from above28#1 201718PDF
Nicholas Coops2017Assessing forest structure from above28#1 201718PDF
Verena C Griess2017FRESH: The Forest Resources and Environmental Services Hub28#1 201716PDF
Anna Ringsred2017From forests-to-flight: Decarbonizing aviation28#1 201714PDF
Fraser Larock2017From forests-to-flight: Decarbonizing aviation28#1 201714PDF
Susan van Dyk2017From forests-to-flight: Decarbonizing aviation28#1 201714PDF
Jack Saddler2017From forests-to-flight: Decarbonizing aviation28#1 201714PDF
Tongli Wang2017Cool tools for forest adaptation to a warming climate28#1 201712PDF
Saori Ogura2017Indigenous agrobiodiversity and climate change28#1 201710PDF
Frank Lam2017Building blocks – Timber engineering education in China28#1 20179PDF
Marie-Eve Leclerc2017Loggers’ Sports at UBC28#1 20176PDF
John Innes2017Experiential learning at the Haida Heritage Centre28#1 20173PDF
Paul Lawson2016The best things our students learned at DEMO 201627#4 201614PDF
Curtis Chance2016Mapping plant invasions in an urban area using remote sensing27#4 201612PDF
Abigail Dan2016Letters from Africa27#4 201610PDF
Teresa Ryan2016Big Tree Walk – TED Experience, Vancouver27#4 20168PDF
Suzanne Simard2016Big Tree Walk – TED Experience, Vancouver27#4 20168PDF
Verena C Griess2016Dealing with invasive alien species: A new challenge for decision support systems27#4 20166PDF
Sean King2016Restored Bill Reid canoe now on display27#4 20165PDF
Tonya Smith2016Cheaper home heating with waste timber from the Cheakamus Community Forest27#3 201620PDF
Marian Marinescu2016Cheaper home heating with waste timber from the Cheakamus Community Forest27#3 201620PDF
Ngaio Hotte2016Respectful research with Indigenous communities: A non-Indigenous researcher’s experience27#3 201618PDF
Vincent Hanlon2016Climbing in the Carmanah: Adventures in evolutionary biology27#3 201616PDF
Nicholas Coops2016Monitoring remote forests from space: The Landsat perspective27#3 201614PDF
Judah Melton2016Stewardship contracting: A tool for revitalizing BC’s dry forests27#3 201612PDF
Natalie A Swift2016Engaging forestry in Indigenous law27#3 201610PDF
Dylan Thomas Mendenhall2016Unceded knowledge27#3 20168PDF
Alice Miao2016Alice in Waldland: A forestry excursion in Germany27#3 20167PDF
Emily Janzen2016Confessions of a conservation co-op student: Working in a production world27#3 20166PDF
Estelle Arbellay2016Tree rings and insect outbreaks27#2 201619PDF
Kenneth Anyomi2016Predicting storm damage in partiallyharvested boreal forests27#2 201618PDF
Stephen Mitchell2016Predicting storm damage in partiallyharvested boreal forests27#2 201618PDF
Deb DeLong2016From the mountains of BC to the mountains of Madagascar27#2 201617PDF
Stephen Mitchell2016From the mountains of BC to the mountains of Madagascar27#2 201617PDF
Mike Wulder2016Reconstructing the history of Canada’s forest using Landsat data27#2 201616PDF
Joanne White2016Reconstructing the history of Canada’s forest using Landsat data27#2 201616PDF
Geordie Hobart2016Reconstructing the history of Canada’s forest using Landsat data27#2 201616PDF
Nicholas Coops2016Reconstructing the history of Canada’s forest using Landsat data27#2 201616PDF
Elia Ramon Hidalgo2016Post-disciplinary exchanges between students and communities27#2 201614PDF
Tim van den Boog2016The traditional ecological knowledge of the Indigenous Peoples of West Suriname27#2 201612PDF
Janette Bulkan2016The traditional ecological knowledge of the Indigenous Peoples of West Suriname27#2 201612PDF
Susan van Dyk2016Forest residues to biojet fuels: Challenges and opportunities27#2 201610PDF
Jillian Spies2016Forest planning with First Nation communities27#2 20169PDF
Lenka Kuglerová2016Why do we care about riparian zones?27#2 20168PDF
Philip D Evans2016Bekväm step stool challenge: Workintegrated learning27#2 20166PDF
Iain Macdonald2016Bekväm step stool challenge: Workintegrated learning27#2 20166PDF
Jason Chiu2016Bekväm step stool challenge: Workintegrated learning27#2 20166PDF
Diana Hastings2016Bekväm step stool challenge: Workintegrated learning27#2 20166PDF
Suzanne Simard2016Unseen Connections27#1 201618PDF
Julien St-Amand2016Habitat selection of the endangered Williamson’s Sapsucker27#1 201616PDF
Kathy Martin2016Habitat selection of the endangered Williamson’s Sapsucker27#1 201616PDF
Maja Krzic2016Soil productivity in the Fraser River delta27#1 201612PDF
Sean Smukler2016Soil productivity in the Fraser River delta27#1 201612PDF
Christine Terpsma2016Soil productivity in the Fraser River delta27#1 201612PDF
Scott Rennecka2016Small things considered…27#1 201610PDF
Alex Cheng2016Parametric design of timber shell structures27#1 20169PDF
Iain Macdonald2016Parametric design of timber shell structures27#1 20169PDF
Thomas Tannert2016Parametric design of timber shell structures27#1 20169PDF
Steve Mitchel2016Paying it forward through the Christmas Tree Farm27#1 20168PDF
Amy Ing2016Co-op work as a garden educator27#1 20167PDF
Tonya Smith2015Protecting the Lil’wat Nation’s botanical resources26#4 201520PDF
Janette Bulkan2015Protecting the Lil’wat Nation’s botanical resources26#4 201520PDF
Joane Elleouet2015Sitka spruce forests of coastal Alaska: A time travel odyssey26#4 201512PDF
Sally Aitken2015Sitka spruce forests of coastal Alaska: A time travel odyssey26#4 201512PDF
Liliana Garcia Lago2015Food web dynamics of streams26#4 201510PDF
John Richardson2015Food web dynamics of streams26#4 201510PDF
Keith Gourlay2015Stronger, lighter composites from wood pulp26#4 20158PDF
Jack Saddler2015Stronger, lighter composites from wood pulp26#4 20158PDF
Hosny El-Lakany2015The forestry, agriculture, bioenergy nexus26#4 20157PDF
Nicholas Coops2015Satellite remote sensing for grizzly bear management26#4 20156PDF
Curtis Chance2015Satellite remote sensing for grizzly bear management26#4 20156PDF
D’Arcy Davis-Case2015Bhutan: Ecological economics and gross national happiness26#4 20155PDF
Rob Kozak2015Bhutan: Ecological economics and gross national happiness26#4 20155PDF
Piotr Tompalski2015Remote sensing helps to assess forest productivity26#3 201518PDF
Nocholas Coops2015Remote sensing helps to assess forest productivity26#3 201518PDF
Sarah Gergel2015Landscape sustainability in Kyrgyzstan26#3 201517PDF
Hisham Zerriffi2015Landscape sustainability in Kyrgyzstan26#3 201517PDF
Matt Zustovic2015Gap size, mycorrhizal networks and seedling survival26#3 201516PDF
Suzanne Simard2015Gap size, mycorrhizal networks and seedling survival26#3 201516PDF
Nicholas Coops2015The Integrated Remote Sensing Studio26#3 201514PDF
Chris Gaston2015Opening doors – capacity building for Aboriginal communities (cover).26#3 201513PDF
Marc-Antoine Leclerc2015Mule deer habitat management and natural disturbance26#3 201512PDF
Wesley Brookes2015Mule deer habitat management and natural disturbance26#3 201512PDF
Lori Daniels2015Mule deer habitat management and natural disturbance26#3 201512PDF
Jordan Burke2015Climate change disrupts an ancient evolutionary arms-race26#3 201510PDF
Allan Carroll2015Climate change disrupts an ancient evolutionary arms-race26#3 201510PDF
Collin Middleton2015Beyond the dam: Sockeye salmon migration through a regulated watershed26#3 20158PDF
Scott Hinch2015Beyond the dam: Sockeye salmon migration through a regulated watershed26#3 20158PDF
Hollie Grant2015Forest-related conflict in the Monks’ Community Forest, Cambodia26#3 20157PDF
Rob Kozak2015Forest-related conflict in the Monks’ Community Forest, Cambodia26#3 20157PDF
Gabrielle Schittecatte2015Youth involvement in international forestry26#2 201520PDF
Rob Roy McGregor2015A hidden threat to the iconic arbutus26#2 201518PDF
Monique Sakalidis2015A hidden threat to the iconic arbutus26#2 201518PDF
Richard Hamelin2015A hidden threat to the iconic arbutus26#2 201518PDF
Vinicius Lube2015Reproducing traditional Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations finishes26#2 201516PDF
Jun Sian Lee2015Reproducing traditional Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations finishes26#2 201516PDF
Greg Smith2015G8 bamboo project (update)26#2 201514PDF
Kate Semple2015G8 bamboo project (update)26#2 201514PDF
María José Ruiz-Esquide2015High altitude wetlands in the Central Andes26#2 201512PDF
John Richardson2015High altitude wetlands in the Central Andes26#2 201512PDF
Wesley Brookes2015Interactive effects of natural disturbances26#2 201511PDF
Ira Sutherland2015Tracking ecosystem services recovery on Vancouver Island26#2 201510PDF
Bianca Eskelson2015Estimating disturbance effects using large-scale forest survey data26#2 20158PDF
Antonia Barreau Daly2015Forests as a source of food and knowledge in the Andes26#2 20156PDF
Shyam Paudel2015Proactive management to reduce forest disturbance impacts in the Yukon26#2 20155PDF
Raphaël Chavardès2015Wildfire legacies in Jasper National Park26#1 201518PDF
Lori Daniels2015Wildfire legacies in Jasper National Park26#1 201518PDF
Jamie Halperin2015Modeling forest carbon in Zambia26#1 201516PDF
Valerie Lemay2015Modeling forest carbon in Zambia26#1 201516PDF
Haris Gilani2015Certification, innovation and change management26#1 201514PDF
John Innes2015Certification, innovation and change management26#1 201514PDF
Cora Skaien2015Deer: Beautiful, destructive and driving evolutionary change26#1 201512PDF
Peter Arcese2015Deer: Beautiful, destructive and driving evolutionary change26#1 201512PDF
Julie Cool2015Linking surface quality to durability of black spruce26#1 201510PDF
Darrell Hoffman2015Using web-based learning and mobile gaming to learn about the forest floor26#1 20158PDF
Julie Wilson2015Using web-based learning and mobile gaming to learn about the forest floor26#1 20158PDF
Maja Krzic2015Using web-based learning and mobile gaming to learn about the forest floor26#1 20158PDF
Estefania Milla-Moreno2015How form constrains function in balsam poplar26#1 20157PDF
Fattane Nadimi2015Improving truck transportation of wood chips to a typical BC pulp mill26#1 20156PDF
Shannon Hagerman2015Conservation in the Anthropocene26#1 20154PDF
Vanessa S Mascorro2014Monitoring forest carbon from space25#4 201416PDF
Nicholas Coops2014Monitoring forest carbon from space25#4 201416PDF
Andrea Lyall2014The Tsilhqot’in decision: A panel discussion25#4 201414PDF
Verena Griess2014Mixing assets to reduce risk25#4 201412PDF
Enrique Gonzales2014Exploring our campus: A showcase of innovative timber construction25#4 201410PDF
Iain Macdonald2014Exploring our campus: A showcase of innovative timber construction25#4 201410PDF
Thomas Tannert2014Exploring our campus: A showcase of innovative timber construction25#4 201410PDF
Nich Burnett2014Burst and Bust: Understanding sockeye salmon migration mortality25#4 20148PDF
Mehdi Piltan2014A successful partnership for getting more value from the forest25#4 20146PDF
Taraneh Sowlati2014A successful partnership for getting more value from the forest25#4 20146PDF
Gervais Lee2014Homegardens and biodiversity in southern India25#4 20145PDF
Jeanine Rhemtulla2014Homegardens and biodiversity in southern India25#4 20145PDF
Ngaio Hotte2014Nudging the forest industry toward climate change adaptation25#3 201420PDF
Ken Day2014Bringing science to bear on Drybelt Fir25#3 201418PDF
Rajat Panwar2014Good deeds in bad times25#3 201416PDF
Scott Renneckar2014Wood glue made from wood25#3 201414PDF
Gabrielle Schittecatte2014Exploring support for political action on climate change25#3 201412PDF
John Arnett2014Using satellites to detect forest disturbances25#3 201411PDF
Nicholas Coops2014Using satellites to detect forest disturbances25#3 201411PDF
Paul Lawson2014Tree management at Loon Lake – from field to 3D25#3 201410PDF
Sara Barron2014Balancing forest environments and high-density housing25#3 20149PDF
Stephen Sheppard2014Balancing forest environments and high-density housing25#3 20149PDF
Andrew Plowright2014LiDAR applications in urban forestry25#3 20148PDF
Nicholas Coops2014LiDAR applications in urban forestry25#3 20148PDF
Deepti Mathew Iype2014Climate proofing our cities: New roles for urban foresters?25#3 20146PDF
Stephen Sheppard2014Climate proofing our cities: New roles for urban foresters?25#3 20146PDF
Janette Bulkan2014Untangling Christmas lights: Crafting a vision for BC’s coastal forests25#2 201424PDF
Reem Hajjar2014Small-scale forestry in Ghana: Surviving reforms?25#2 201422PDF
Rob Kozak2014Small-scale forestry in Ghana: Surviving reforms?25#2 201422PDF
Hannah Kent2014Developing human well-being indicators for Haida Gwaii25#2 201420PDF
John Innes2014Developing human well-being indicators for Haida Gwaii25#2 201420PDF
Mariko Molander2014Community-based tenures: A step in the right direction for First Nations?25#2 201418PDF
Rob Kozak2014Community-based tenures: A step in the right direction for First Nations?25#2 201418PDF
Chris Gaston2014Matching market signals to the Canadian wood products value chain25#2 201416PDF
Suzi Malan2014Transforming findings into policies and practice25#2 201414PDF
Iain Macdonald2014Forest-based solutions for the Kingdom of Lesotho25#2 201412PDF
Joleen Timko2014Forest-based solutions for the Kingdom of Lesotho25#2 201412PDF
Rory Tooke2014Measuring the city in 3D25#2 201411PDF
Nicholas Coops2014Measuring the city in 3D25#2 201411PDF
Elizabeth Perkin2014Rivers of light: Do streetlights influence stream communities?25#2 201410PDF
John Richardson2014Rivers of light: Do streetlights influence stream communities?25#2 201410PDF
Arnaud De Grave2014Underwater logging in Panama25#2 20149PDF
Ken Day2014Extending research to practice over generations25#2 20148PDF
Andrea Vasquez2014Imbalances of power: Reflecting on our relationship with forests25#2 20147PDF
Hollie Carr2014Imbalances of power: Reflecting on our relationship with forests25#2 20147PDF
Ana Elia Ramon Hidalgo2014Imbalances of power: Reflecting on our relationship with forests25#2 20147PDF
Alvaro Madero Marquez2014Forest industry transformation25#1 201420PDF
Andrés Varhola2014Remote sensing and hydrology: Insights into the beetle infestation25#1 201418PDF
Nicholas Coops2014Remote sensing and hydrology: Insights into the beetle infestation25#1 201418PDF
Sheng Xie2014Carbon in wood-framed houses25#1 201416PDF
Paul McFarlane2014Carbon in wood-framed houses25#1 201416PDF
Wanggi Jaung2014Market demands for certification of forest ecosystem services25#1 201414PDF
Gary Bull2014Market demands for certification of forest ecosystem services25#1 201414PDF
Michelle Jackson2014Citizen science helps an alpine bird specialist25#1 201412PDF
Kathy Martin2014Citizen science helps an alpine bird specialist25#1 201412PDF
Cluny South2014Is that tree looking at me?25#1 201410PDF
Trevor Jones2014From BC’s Gulf Islands to Madagascar’s mangroves25#1 20148PDF
Paul Lawson2014Enhancing demonstration and education at UBC’s Research Forests25#1 20146PDF
Darcie McNeill2014Ecosystem restoration in a dry interior forest25#1 20145PDF
Reza Korehei2013Advanced biomaterials from wood24#4 201320PDF
Phil Evans2013New equipment advances wood processing24#4 201318PDF
Thomas Tannert2013New equipment advances wood processing24#4 201318PDF
Joleen Timko2013HIV/AIDS, forest resources, and household coping strategies in Malawi24#4 201316PDF
Hélène Marcoux2013Re-examining fire history in southeastern British Columbia24#4 201314PDF
Douglas Bolton2013Keeping estimates of canopy height in check over Canada’s boreal24#4 201312PDF
Nicholas Coops2013Keeping estimates of canopy height in check over Canada’s boreal24#4 201312PDF
Michael Wulder2013Keeping estimates of canopy height in check over Canada’s boreal24#4 201312PDF
Jodie Gates2013Climate justice24#4 201310PDF
David Tindall2013Climate justice24#4 201310PDF
Shannon Daub2013Climate justice24#4 201310PDF
Colin Mahony2013Adapting the biogeoclimatic ecosystem classification to a changing climate24#4 20138PDF
Jack Saddler2013Wood pellets as feedstock for future biorefineries?24#4 20136PDF
Greg Rickbeil2013Studying coastal birds in hard to reach places24#3 201318PDF
Nicholas Coops2013Studying coastal birds in hard to reach places24#3 201318PDF
Mark Drever2013Studying coastal birds in hard to reach places24#3 201318PDF
Joanna Lee2013Adventure, education, mangoes and monkeys: Conservation and Forestry
Field School in India
24#3 201316PDF
Laura Third2013Adventure, education, mangoes and monkeys: Conservation and Forestry
Field School in India
24#3 201316PDF
Angela Boag2013Tending our natural gardens: Conserving Garry oak meadows24#3 201314PDF
Lori Daniels2013CSI: Cedar Science Investigations24#3 201312PDF
Estelle Arbellay2013Trees – historians of past insect outbreaks24#3 201310PDF
Jacynthe Masse2013Planting the seeds of knowledge in soil24#3 20138PDF
Kyle Hilsenadager2013Tourist perceptions of forest practises: Vancouver Island and Tasmania24#3 20136PDF
Emma Tully2013Birders’ legacy supports forest conservation research24#2 201318PDF
Trisha Atwood2013Effects of predators on freshwater CO2 emissions24#2 201312PDF
Kathy Martin2013High mountain lifestyles: The secrets of alpine birds24#2 201310PDF
David Levy-Booth2013Microbial ecology in regenerating forests24#2 20138PDF
Chelsea Nilausen2013Improving our forests one gene at a time24#2 20137PDF
Cosmin Man2013Forest planning and carbon budget models24#2 20136PDF
Pauliina Louhi2013Stream communities struggle with excessive sedimentation24#1 201324PDF
Deb Delong2013Exploring forestry in Mexico24#1 201322PDF
Andrea Rivers2013Perceptions of advocacy at the science-policy interface24#1 201320PDF
David Tindall2013Social networks and the environment24#1 201318PDF
Stavros Avramidis2013Pest free wood through radio-frequency heating24#1 201316PDF
Frank Lam2013Canadian glulam timber24#1 201314PDF
Molly Moshofsky2013Perceptions of climate change adaptation24#1 201312PDF
Rob Kozak2013Perceptions of climate change adaptation24#1 201312PDF
Sally Aitken2013The AdapTree Project: Do our forests look good in these genes?24#1 201310PDF
Nicholas Coops2013A new look at ecosystems in BC24#1 20138PDF
John Richardson2013Subsidies in nature24#1 20136PDF
Chris Chanway2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Carolyn Churchland2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Lori Daniels2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Sue Grayston2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Robert Guy2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Lee Kalcsits2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Jacynthe Masse2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Henry Yang2012Stable isotope analysis and forestry23#4 201224PDF
Arnaud De Grave2012Extreme planting23#4 201222PDF
Charlotte Whitney2012Fry n’ eggs: Sockeye salmon in hot water23#4 201220PDF
Scott Hinch2012Fry n’ eggs: Sockeye salmon in hot water23#4 201220PDF
Thomas Tannert2012Innovations in timber design23#4 201218PDF
Paul Wood2012Intractable time-lag effects on future generations23#4 201216PDF
Guangyu Wang2012Improving forest management and protection in China23#4 201214PDF
Carol Ritland2012Multifaceted Genetic Data Centre23#4 201212PDF
Lori Daniels2012Wildfire Management: Challenges in a changing environment23#4 201210PDF
Hans Erasmus2012Wildfire Management: Challenges in a changing environment23#4 201210PDF
Kahlil Baker2012Fuelwood in Nicaragua: Finding value in the trees23#4 20128PDF
Allan Carroll2012Forest insect outbreaks in a warming environment23#4 20126PDF
Greg Smith2012Lightweight and looks great!23#3 201219PDF
Kate Semple2012Lightweight and looks great!23#3 201219PDF
Sang Seop Lim2012Is beauty always in the eye of the beholder?23#3 201217PDF
John Innes2012Is beauty always in the eye of the beholder?23#3 201217PDF
José Arias-Bustamante2012Working with Indigenous communities23#3 201215PDF
Natalie Sopinka2012Intergenerational effects of stress in sockeye salmon23#3 201213PDF
Rene Reyes2012Woodfuels and native forest degradation in Chile23#3 201211PDF
Harry Nelson2012Woodfuels and native forest degradation in Chile23#3 201211PDF
Sarah Gergel2012The role of urban trees in campus sustainability23#3 20129PDF
Ira Sutherland2012The role of urban trees in campus sustainability23#3 20129PDF
Dan Moore2012Glacier retreat and its downstream consequences23#3 20127PDF
Angela Liu2012Relating shape to human aesthetic evaluations23#3 20125PDF
Mike Meitner2012Relating shape to human aesthetic evaluations23#3 20125PDF
Kate Kirby2012Is cultural diversity essential for biodiversity?23#3 20124PDF
Robyn Hooper20122 degrees, 2 years, 2 countries and twice the experience23#2 201218PDF
Jean-Simon Michaud2012Estimating moose habitat suitability from satellite-derived indicators23#2 201216PDF
Martha Essak2012A day in the life of a field biologist23#2 201214PDF
Harry Nelson2012Navigating a path through climate change23#2 201212PDF
Jean-Michel Beaudoin2012Aboriginal forestry: Visioning and payment for ecosystem services in Canada23#2 201210PDF
William Nikolakis2012Aboriginal forestry: Visioning and payment for ecosystem services in Canada23#2 201210PDF
Carolyn Churchland2012Measuring a tree’s carbon footprint23#2 20128PDF
Sue Grayston2012Measuring a tree’s carbon footprint23#2 20128PDF
Yu Huang2012Legality requirements and the Chinese wood products industry23#2 20126PDF
Gary Bull2012Legality requirements and the Chinese wood products industry23#2 20126PDF
Younes Alila2012Forests and floods: Decades of scientific investigation gone awry23#2 20124PDF
Richard Hamelin2012Rusts never sleep23#1 201218PDF
William Nikolakis2012Innovation in the forest sector23#1 201216PDF
David Cohen2012Innovation in the forest sector23#1 201216PDF
Pano Skrivanos2012Measuring forest carbon in BC23#1 201214PDF
Nicholas Coops2012Grin and bear it !23#1 201212PDF
Tomoko Yoshida2012Expectatons of REDD+ in Nepal23#1 201210PDF
Sue Grayston2012Reducing the oil sands footprint23#1 20128PDF
Scott Hinch2012Tracking sockeye salmon23#1 20127PDF
Julia Dordel2011Innovative communication of science for graduate students22#4 201120PDF
Natasha Caverley2011Indigenous perspectives on climate change adaptation22#4 201118PDF
John Innes2011Indigenous perspectives on climate change adaptation22#4 201118PDF
Yousry El-Kassaby2011Breeding without breeding – the rest of the story22#4 201116PDF
Kathy Martin2011Tree cavities – a vital wildlife habitat22#4 201114PDF
Howie Harshaw2011Understanding rock climbers’ attitudes to the environment22#4 201112PDF
John Ruddick2011The changing face of preservative-treated wood22#4 201110PDF
Chris Chanway2011Can lodgepole pine provide its own nitrogen22#4 20118PDF
Paul Lawson2011Can a forest power itself? Biomass energy for Loon Lake22#3 201120PDF
Tom Sullivan2011Bioenergy or biodiversity? Woody debris structures and forest mammals22#3 201118PDF
Kermit Ritland2011The Spirit Bear: A swirl of scientific, management and ethical issues22#3 201116PDF
Reem Hajjar2011Power to the people: Community forestry in Brazil and Mexico22#3 201114PDF
Phil Evans20113-D X-ray images of wood22#3 201112PDF
Valdeir Arantes2011A Brazilian’s journey with biofuels22#3 201110PDF
Jack Saddler2011A Brazilian’s journey with biofuels22#3 201110PDF
Iain Macdonald2011Economic development in Africa through wood products manufacturing22#3 20118PDF
Wolf Read2011The power of wind22#2 201124PDF
Steve Mitchell2011The power of wind22#2 201124PDF
Yu Huang2011Legality requirements and the Chinese wood products industry22#2 201122PDF
Gary Bull2011Legality requirements and the Chinese wood products industry22#2 201122PDF
David Flanders2011Visualizing climate change in Canada’s Arctic22#2 201120PDF
Nicholas Coops2011Mapping endangered Garry oak ecosystems22#2 201118PDF
Trevor Jones2011Mapping endangered Garry oak ecosystems22#2 201118PDF
Suzi Malan2011Can Africa’s Peace Parks bring hope for people and animals under threat?22#2 201116PDF
Scott Hinch2011Fraser River sockeye and migration mortality22#2 201114PDF
Maria Fernanda Tomaselli2011Microfinance for small-scale forest enterprises in The Gambia22#2 201112PDF
Joleen Timko2011Microfinance for small-scale forest enterprises in The Gambia22#2 201112PDF
John Nelson2011Exploring alternative production strategies for the coastal forest supply chain22#2 201110PDF
Tom Maness2011Exploring alternative production strategies for the coastal forest supply chain22#2 201110PDF
Paul Lawson2011UBC’s Research Forests – the business of change22#1 201124PDF
Stephen Sheppard2011A new course in visualizing climate change22#1 201122PDF
Iain Macdonald2011Driving innovation in the advanced wood products industry22#1 201120PDF
Dave Cohen2011Driving innovation in the advanced wood products industry22#1 201120PDF
Ian de la Roche2011Promoting sustainable management of Cameroon’s Model Forests22#1 201118PDF
Dieudonne Alemagi2011Promoting sustainable management of Cameroon’s Model Forests22#1 201118PDF
Rob Kozak2011Promoting sustainable management of Cameroon’s Model Forests22#1 201118PDF
Peter Arcese2011Human choices impact native birds and plants22#1 201116PDF
Howard Harshaw2011Fostering climate change adaptation22#1 201114PDF
Maja Krzic2011Online profiles22#1 201112PDF
Craig Farnden2011Extreme disturbance, reclamation and forest resilience22#1 201110PDF
Nicholas Coops2011Observing biodiversity from space22#1 20118PDF
Fabio Fontana2011Observing biodiversity from space22#1 20118PDF
Rachael Dudaniec2011Conserving coastal giant salamanders22#1 20116PDF
Jack Saddler2010The International Energy Agency’s Bioenergy Task 39 and its role in forestry21#2 201020PDF
Jana Hanova2010The International Energy Agency’s Bioenergy Task 39 and its role in forestry21#2 201020PDF
Hamish Greig2010Understanding the effects of climate change on freshwater ecosystems21#2 201018PDF
Pavel Kratina2010Understanding the effects of climate change on freshwater ecosystems21#2 201018PDF
Joleen Timko2010HIV / AIDS and forest resources in Malawi21#2 201016PDF
Ken Day2010The Meldrum Creek Fire: Observations from the Alex Fraser Research Forest21#2 201015PDF
Ana Elia2010Forests are about people!21#2 201013PDF
David Pérez2010Climate change adaptation, facilitating action on the ground21#2 201012PDF
Hilary Thorpe2010Haida Gwaii Semester breaking new ground in forestry education21#2 201010PDF
Gary Bull2010Forestry students to help protect the Sumatran elephant and tiger populations21#2 20106PDF
Tino Chi2010Mangrove recovery after hurricanes in Belize21#1 201019PDF
Jack Saddler2010Cavity-nesting communities in the subtropical Atlantic forest of northern Argentina21#1 201015PDF
Phil Evans2010Wood anatomy of Xanthocyparis vietnamensis – a new conifer species in Vietnam21#1 201014PDF
Joleen Timko2010Africa Forests Research Initiative on Conservation and Development21#1 201012PDF
Rob Kozak2010Africa Forests Research Initiative on Conservation and Development21#1 201012PDF
Jack Saddler2010From a global hydrocarbon economy to a carbohydrate based society in the Asia-Pacific21#1 201010PDF
Adam Wei2010Atmospheric pollution and forest management in China’s forests21#1 20108PDF
Juan Blanco2010Atmospheric pollution and forest management in China’s forests21#1 20108PDF
Lianzhen Xu2010Net primary productivity and climate change in China’s subtropical forests21#1 20107PDF
Shijun You2010An emission trading program for China?21#1 20106PDF
Juan Chen2010Opportunities for sustainable forest management and forest certification in China21#1 20104PDF
Guangyu Wang2010Complementing trade relationships between China and Canada21#1 20102PDF
Cindy Prescott2009Understanding the causes of our declining salmon populations20#2 200922PDF
Jo Chau2009Wood biomass for greenhouse heating20#2 200920PDF
John Innes2009Helping make forest management sustainable20#2 200918PDF
Erin McGuigan2009Forest-dependent communities in transition20#2 200916PDF
Rob Kozak2009Forest-dependent communities in transition20#2 200916PDF
Sally Aitken2009Today’s forests, tomorrow’s climate: Tools for management and conservation20#2 200914PDF
Brent Chamberlain2009Towards more aesthetic forestry20#2 200912PDF
Ann Chan-McLeod2009Research that is “win-win” for ecological and socioeconomic values20#2 200910PDF
Ken Byrne2009The applications of windthrow research20#2 20098PDF
Paul Lawson2009Forestry research applied at Stanley Park20#2 20096PDF
Suzanne Simard2009Why research matters to the forest systems of BC20#2 20094PDF
Ciprian Lazarescu2009Estimating tensile stresses during wood drying20#1 200922PDF
Lisa Ambus2009Evaluating community forest tenure20#1 200921PDF
Pavlos Alexiadis2009Psychology of the environment20#1 200920PDF
Heather Coleman2008Can trees be engineered to increase their levels of cellulose?19#2 200818PDF
Thomas Thilker2008Estimation of stand productivity from multi-angular optical remote sensing19#2 200816PDF
Britt Corriveau2008Shedding light on alpine bird ecology19#2 200814PDF
Alison Shaw2008Meeting BC’s carbon reduction targets with resilient communities19#1 200818PDF
David Flanders2008Meeting BC’s carbon reduction targets with resilient communities19#1 200818PDF
Sarah Burch2008Meeting BC’s carbon reduction targets with resilient communities19#1 200818PDF
Stewart Cohen2008Meeting BC’s carbon reduction targets with resilient communities19#1 200818PDF
Aynslie Ogden2008Northern forest management in a changing climate19#1 200816PDF
John Innes2008Northern forest management in a changing climate19#1 200816PDF
Stewart Cohen2008Will water be here? - An exploration of climate change and the future of water resources in the Okanagan region19#1 200814PDF
Younes Alila2008Will water be here? - An exploration of climate change and the future of water resources in the Okanagan region19#1 200814PDF
Tina Neale2008Will water be here? - An exploration of climate change and the future of water resources in the Okanagan region19#1 200814PDF
Sue Grayston2008Sequestering carbon through soil fertilization19#1 200813PDF
Scott Hinch2008Climate warming and salmon fisheries – a game of double jeopardy19#1 200811PDF
Dan Moore2008Climate variability, climate change and streamflow19#1 20089PDF
Nicholas Coops2008Climate-induced variability in forest growth capacity19#1 20087PDF
Todd Schroeder2008Climate-induced variability in forest growth capacity19#1 20087PDF
Robbie Hember2008Climate-induced variability in forest growth capacity19#1 20087PDF
Rob Guy2008Fueling the future – poplar is popular at UBC19#1 20085PDF
Shawn Mansfield2008Fueling the future – poplar is popular at UBC19#1 20085PDF
Sally Aitken2008The fate of tree populations in a changing climate19#1 20083PDF
Christine Chourmouzis2008The fate of tree populations in a changing climate19#1 20083PDF
Tongli Wang2008The fate of tree populations in a changing climate19#1 20083PDF
Jack Saddler2008Our changing climate19#1 20082PDF
Kevin Lyons2007Biodegradeable roads18#2 200711PDF
Ken Day2007Biodegradeable roads18#2 200711PDF
David Flanders2007Hot in my backyard:Using visualizations to bring the science of climate change into our everyday lives18#2 20079PDF
Stephen Sheppard2007Hot in my backyard:Using visualizations to bring the science of climate change into our everyday lives18#2 20079PDF
Melanie Karjala2007Kissing the sky: Evaluating new remote sensing technologies at Aleza Lake Research Forest18#2 20077PDF
Yousry El-Kassaby2007Breeding without breeding An opportunity or a pipe dream?18#2 20075PDF
Sarah Gergel2007Mapping in Haida Gwaii / Queen Charlotte Islands18#2 20074PDF
Kate Semple2007Honeycomb panels – how do they stack up?18#2 20073PDF
Greg Smith2007Honeycomb panels – how do they stack up?18#2 20073PDF
Tara Martin2007Making smarter conservation decisions for migratory species18#2 20071PDF
Paul Lawson2007Log and timber frame construction research and training at the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest18#1 20076PDF
Stephen Sheppard2007Stanley Park after the storm: unnatural disturbance18#1 20074PDF
Jack Saddler2007An ill wind?18#1 20072PDF
Steve Mitchell2007Stanley Park’s recovery18#1 20071PDF
Mike Jull2006Pogue’s partial cutting experiment keeps going…17#3 200610PDF
Paul Lawson2006A tribute to the Loon Lake cabins – historic structures about to come down17#3 20068PDF
Ken Day2006Finding a measure of certainty through forest management planning17#3 20065PDF
John McLean2006Ambrosia beetle research at the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest17#3 20064PDF
Jack Saddler2006UBC’s research forests: In for the long haul17#3 20063PDF
Mike Jull2006Percy Barr’s research forest legacy17#3 20061PDF
Melanie Karjala2006Percy Barr’s research forest legacy17#3 20061PDF
Nicholas Coops2006Forestry remote sensing: The view from above: Growth potential using physiology coupled with satellite imagery17#2 20068PDF
Paul Wood2006Sustainability, biodiversity, and western governance17#2 20066PDF
Hamish Kimmins2006Possible forest futures: Addressing the complexities of multi-value ecosystem management17#2 20064PDF
Thomass Maness2006Measuring public forest preferences17#2 20063PDF
Jack Saddler2006Biofuels and bioenergy – challenges and opportunities17#2 20061PDF
Warren Mabee2006Biofuels and bioenergy – challenges and opportunities17#2 20061PDF
Greg Smith2006Improving particleboard quality17#1 200611PDF
Warren Mabee2006Forest-based biorefining at UBC17#1 200610PDF
Jack Saddler2006Forest-based biorefining at UBC17#1 200610PDF
Stavros Avramidis2006Pith location affects hem-fir drying17#1 20069PDF
Phil Evans2006Picking the glue from the wood17#1 20068PDF
Robert Kozak2006Improved competitiveness in British Columbia’s value-added wood sector17#1 20066PDF
David Cohen2006Improved competitiveness in British Columbia’s value-added wood sector17#1 20066PDF
Taranah Sowlati2006Life cycle assessment of windows17#1 20064PDF
Frank Lam2006Modeling the seismic response of timber structures17#1 20062PDF
Jack Saddler2006Wood Science at UBC17#1 20061PDF
John McLean2005Will nitrogen fertilization of mature lodgepole pine stands help them withstand MPB attack?16#3 200511PDF
Markus Weiler2005MPB impacts on watershed hydrology16#3 200510PDF
Kathy Martin2005Wildlife biodiversity and MPB in interior forests16#3 20059PDF
Bruce Larson2005Alternative management paradigms and their ability to respond to changes16#3 20058PDF
Sally Aitken2005Species and genetic selections in a changing climate16#3 20056PDF
Suzanne Simard2005Changes in ecosystem processes and management16#3 20054PDF
Rob Kozak2005The future of BC’s forests – a global context16#3 20052PDF
Jack Saddler2005Future forest ecosystems16#3 20051PDF
Hamish Kimmins2005Balancing biological and social risks16#2 200510PDF
Mike Meitner2005Public perceptions of management alternatives16#2 200510PDF
Ann Chan-McLeod2005The ecological legacy of unsalvaged post-beetle stands16#2 20059PDF
Michael Feller2005Forest fires and forest structure relationships16#2 20058PDF
Ann Chan-McLeod2005Integrating silvicultural control with wildlife and sustainable forest management objectives16#2 20057PDF
John Nelson2005Using decision-support systems to help determine management alternatives16#2 20056PDF
Warren Mabee2005Forest bioenergy and beetle-killed wood16#2 20056PDF
Colette Breuil2005Diversity and pathogenicity of fungal associates16#2 20055PDF
John Kadla2005Chemical and physical properties of infested timber16#2 20054PDF
Nicholas Coops2005Detection and monitoring using satellites16#2 20053PDF
George Hoberg2005Governance and policy issues16#2 20052PDF
Jack Saddler2005Mountain pine beetle research at UBC16#2 20051PDF
Audrey Pearson2005The 1937 historical air photo project for Haida Gwaii: Looking to the past to guide the future16#1 20055PDF
Thomas Maness2005Symposium promotes dialogue on global changes16#1 20054PDF
Gary Bull2005Putting education to work in the Haliburton Forest16#1 20054PDF
Frank Lam2005UBC’s Timber Building Technology Group: Linking world experts in architecture, engineering and wood products technology16#1 20053PDF
David Barrett2005UBC’s Timber Building Technology Group: Linking world experts in architecture, engineering and wood products technology16#1 20053PDF
Helmut Prion2005UBC’s Timber Building Technology Group: Linking world experts in architecture, engineering and wood products technology16#1 20053PDF
Robert Fürst2005UBC’s Timber Building Technology Group: Linking world experts in architecture, engineering and wood products technology16#1 20053PDF
Paul Lawson2005Value-added at the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest16#1 20052PDF
Scott Hinch2005Where have all the fish gone? - A team from Forest Sciences looks at why salmon are perishing during migration.16#1 20051PDF