Publications Available On-Line
LTSPS Research Note 01
year response of plant communities; The SBS Long-term Soil Productivity Study
LTSPS Research Note 02
Year Responses of Aspen and White Spruce; The BWBS Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
LTSPS Research Note 03
Plant Community Responses: The BWBS Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
LTSPS Research Note 04
Removals in Woody Biomass: Preliminary Estimates from the Sub-Boreal Spruce
Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
LTSPS Research Note 05
Fauna in the Sub-Boreal Spruce (SBS) Installations of the Long-Term Soil
Productivity (LTSP) Study of Central British Columbia: One-Year Results for
Soil Mesofauna and Macrofauna
LTSPS Research Note 06
and white spruce responses to organic matter removal and soil compaction in the
BWBS Long-Term Soil Productivity Study
LTSPS Research Note 07
Short-term Effects of Forest Soil Compaction and Site Organic Matter Removal on Mineralizable Soil Nitrogen in Central British
LTSPS Research Note 08
Establishment of Long-term Soil Productivity Studies on Acidic Soils in the Interior Douglas-fir Zone.
Long-Term Soil Productivity Study in British Columbia. FRDA report 256.
compaction and soil organic matter loss: criteria for long-term soil
productivity. Poster presented at 2003 North America Forest Soils Conference.