Presentation from the 2016 fRI Research Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program's Research Forum & Field Tour
Research concept request related to hydrology and mountain pine beetle
Poster and abstract from 2013 MPB Forum related to forest hydrology and water balance
Poster and abstract from 2013 MPB Forum, related to soil moisture, nutrition & phenols
Presentation addressing questions of pine litter chemistry, deposition rate, and soil chemical properties and how they differ by stage of MPB attack.
Presentation on the effects of different levels of "red attack" on hydrologic response and vegetation and below-ground responses.
Presentation outlining research objectives, hypotheses and preliminary conclusions of Simpson's study of boreal moss communities after fire.
Presentation on studying nutritional productivity of harvested versus burned sites and factors responsible for differences in nutrient availability.
Chisholm/Dogrib Fires Research Program QuickNote #5: Chisholm Fire Site Productivity--Below the Surface of Fire and Harvesting Effects
Discussion of studies to determine relationships between soil surface properties and biota following disturbance.
Progress report on natural and harvesting-based disturbance impacts on forest floor properties, soil, nutrient availability and site productivity.
Description of research using severe burn, salvage-logging, clearcut harvest and control plots to study disturbance effects on soil and productivity.
Soil compaction project Paper 2 on the effects of skidding cycles on tension infiltration of surface soil and their persistence.