An update from the FGrOW Foothills Pine Project Team on the FRIPSY model.
Publications & Multimedia
Briefing note on the Forest Growth Organization of Western Canada (FGrOW) research project.
QuickNote from the beginning of the FGYA (now FGrOW) project "Stand Dynamics after Mountain Pine Beetle Attack."
Report on the emergence of mountain pine beetle in whitebark pine.
MPB Ecology Program QuickNote #8a: Mountain Pine Beetle in Whitebark Pine Project - Differences in Condition and Reproductive Success of the Mountain Pine Beetle Developing in Whitebark and Lodgepole Pines in Alberta
Note on study comparing differences in condition and reproductive success of mountain pine beetles in whitebark and lodgepole pine stands.
FGYA QuickNote #15: Regenerated Lodgepole Pine Trial 10-year Results--Possible Implications for Foothills Forest Management
Third of 3 notes summarizing results of the trial designed to monitor stand development of lodgepole pine in relation to site and treatment factors.
FGYA QuickNote #13: Regenerated Lodgepole Pine Trial 10-year results--Growth and Natural Regeneration
First of 3 notes summarizing results of the trial designed to monitor stand development of lodgepole pine in relation to site and treatment factors.
Second of 3 notes summarizing results of the trial designed to monitor stand development of lodgepole pine in relation to site and treatment factors.
MPB Ecology Program QuickNote #7: Regeneration Management in an MPB Environment--Rates of Infestation and Tree Mortality
Note summarizing data on rates of infestation and tree mortality collected from 2008 to 2011 from 240 permanent sample plots (PSPs).
Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program QuickNote #5: Mountain Pine Beetles in Post-burn Lodgepole Pine Forests
Note on study into how prescribed burns influence MPB, whether burned stands are sinks or sources, and available explanations for these responses.
MPB Ecology Program QuickNote #6: Determining the Threat of Mountain Pine Beetle Range Expansion: The Impact of Phenology and Survival and the Potential for Spread
Note on study of effects of local and regional temperatures on mountain pine beetle development, survival and reproductive success.
Note on development of tools for assessing treatment options and their growth and yield implications in MPB attacked lodgepole pine stands.