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A stochastic characterisation of the natural disturbance regime of the boreal mixedwood forest with implications for sustainable forest management
GW Armstrong
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (4), 424-433, 1999
1531999
Carbon sequestration and the optimal forest harvest decision: A dynamic programming approach considering biomass and dead organic matter
P Asante, GW Armstrong, WL Adamowicz
Journal of Forest Economics 17 (1), 3-17, 2011
892011
Sustainability of timber supply considering the risk of wildfire
GW Armstrong
Forest Science 50 (5), 626-639, 2004
832004
Coarse filter ecosystem management in a nonequilibrating forest
GW Armstrong, WL Adamowicz, JA Beck Jr, SG Cumming, ...
Forest Science 49 (2), 209-223, 2003
592003
Optimal forest harvest age considering carbon sequestration in multiple carbon pools: A comparative statics analysis
P Asante, GW Armstrong
Journal of Forest Economics 18 (2), 145-156, 2012
582012
Sustained yield forestry in Sweden and Russia: how does it correspond to sustainable forest management policy?
M Elbakidze, K Andersson, P Angelstam, GW Armstrong, R Axelsson, ...
Ambio 42 (2), 160-173, 2013
552013
Forest regeneration standards: are they limiting management options for Alberta's boreal mixedwoods?
VJ Lieffers, GW Armstrong, KJ Stadt, EH Marenholtz
The Forestry Chronicle 84 (1), 76-82, 2008
462008
Divided land base and overlapping forest tenure in Alberta, Canada: a simulation study exploring costs of forest policy
SG Cumming, GW Armstrong
The Forestry Chronicle 77 (3), 501-508, 2001
352001
Timber supply implications of natural disturbance management
GW Armstrong, SG Cumming, WL Adamowicz
The Forestry Chronicle 75 (3), 497-504, 1999
341999
Identifying local actors of deforestation and forest degradation in the Kalasha valleys of Pakistan
A Zeb, A Hamann, GW Armstrong, D Acuna-Castellanos
Forest Policy and Economics 104, 56-64, 2019
322019
Quantifying the effect of elevation and aspect on fire return intervals in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
MP Rogeau, GW Armstrong
Forest Ecology and Management 384, 248-261, 2017
322017
Joint production of timber, carbon, and wildlife habitat in the Canadian boreal plains
GR McCarney, GW Armstrong, WL Adamowicz
Canadian journal of forest research 38 (6), 1478-1492, 2008
302008
Considerations for boreal mixedwood silviculture: a view from the dismal science
GW Armstrong
The Forestry Chronicle 90 (1), 44-49, 2014
282014
The economics of boreal forest management.
WL Adamowicz, GW Armstrong, MJ Messmer
Towards sustainable management of the boreal forest, 181-211, 2003
272003
Estimating the cost of land base changes due to wildfire using shadow prices
GW Armstrong, SG Cumming
Forest Science 49 (5), 719-730, 2003
222003
Carbon sequestration and the optimal forest harvest decision under alternative baseline policies
P Asante, G Armstrong
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46 (5), 656-665, 2016
182016
Divided landbase, overlapping tenures, and fire risk
SG Cumming, GW Armstrong
The Forestry Chronicle 80 (4), 478-484, 2004
162004
Optimal zoning of forested land considering the contribution of exotic plantations.
JA Anderson, GW Armstrong, MK Luckert, WL Adamowicz
Mathematical & Computational Forestry & Natural Resource Sciences 4 (2), 2012
132012
Forest conversion by the indigenous Kalasha of Pakistan: A household level analysis of socioeconomic drivers
A Zeb, GW Armstrong, A Hamann
Global Environmental Change 59, 102004, 2019
102019
Growing hybrid poplar in western Canada for use as a biofuel feedstock: A financial analysis of coppice and single-stem management
A Shooshtarian, JA Anderson, GW Armstrong, MKM Luckert
Biomass and bioenergy 113, 45-54, 2018
102018
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