Other Reports and Publications
BC LTSP Published Refereed Journal Articles
2000. Cations in solution form forest soil subjected to forest floor removal
and compaction treatments. Forest Ecology and Management 133: 71-80.
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 Sc. 79:571-592.
M.L. Chow, C.C. Radomski, J.M. McDermott, and J. Davies. 2002. Molecular
characterization of bacterial diversity from British Columbia forest soils
subjected to disturbance. Can. J. Microbiol. 48: 655-674.
M.L. Chow, C.S. Arnold, K. Lu, J.M. McDermott, and J. Davies. 2002.
Cultivation-dependant characterization of bacterial diversity from British Columbia forest soils subjected to disturbance. Can. J. Microbiol. 48: 643-654.
J.P., John R. Spence, David W. Langor, and Shannon M. Berch. 2004. Short-term
impact of forest soil compaction and organic matter removal on soil mesofauna
density and oribatid mite diversity. Can. J. For. Res. 34: 1136-1149.
C.C. Radomski, J.M. McDermott, J. Davies, and P.E. Axelrood. 2002. Molecular
characterization of bacterial diversity in Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta)
rhizosphere soils from British Columbia forest soils differing in disturbance
and geographic source. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 42: 347-357.
and R. van den Driessche. 2000. Response of soil CO2 and O2 concentrations to
forest soil compaction at the Long-term Soil Productivity sites in central British Columbia. Can. J. Soil Sci. 80: 625-632.
D.G. Maynard, R.L. Heninger, T.A. Terry, S.W. Howes, D.M. Stone, T. Niemann,
R.E. Miller, and R.F. Powers. 2005. An adaptive management process for forest
soil conservation. Forestry Chronicle 81(5): 717-722.
R.E. Miller, S. W Howes, D.G. Maynard, T.A. Terry, R.L. Heninger, T. Niemann,
K. van Rees, R.F. Powers, and S.H. Shoenholtz. 2005. Progress towards more
uniform assessment and reporting of soil disturbance for operations, research
and sustainability protocols. Forest Ecology and Management 220: 17-30.
Robert F. Powers, Neil W. Foster, J. Marty Kranabetter, D. Andrew Scott,
Shannon Berch, William Chapman, Richard D. Kabzems, Karen Ludovici, David M.
Morris, Felix Ponder, Deborah S. Page-Dumroese, Paul Sanborn, Felipe G.
Sanchez, Douglas M. Stone, and Allan E. Tiarks. 2006. Effects of organic matter
removal and soil compaction on seedling performance: Response after 5 years on
the LTSP sites. Accepted for publication in Can J For Res.
L. Bedford, A. Leduc, Y. Bergeron, and J.M. Kranabetter. 2002. Silvicultural
disturbance severity and plant communities of the southern Canadian boreal
forest. Silva Fennica 36: 307-327.
and R. Kabzems. 2005. Aspen plant community response to organic matter removal
and soil compaction. Can J For Res 35: 2030-2044.
and S. Haeussler. 2005. Soil properties, aspen, and white spruce responses 5
years after organic matter removal and compaction treatments. Can J For REs 35:
J.M. and Chapman, B.K. 1999. Effects of forest soil compaction and organic
matter removal on leaf litter decomposition in central British Columbia. Can. J. Soil Sci. 79: 543-550.
M., and Chapman, B. K. 2004. An analysis of litter nitrogen dynamics using
artificial soils across a gradient of forest soil disturbances. Can. J. Soil Sci. 84: 159-167.
Stone, D.M. and
R. Kabzems. 2002. Aspen development on similar soils in Minnesota and British Columbia after compaction and forest floor removal. For. Chron. 78: 886-891
J.P., 2000. Impact of soil compaction and organic matter removal on soil fauna
in the Sub-Boreal Spruce biogeoclimatic zone of central British Columbia. Ph.D.
thesis, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Alberta.