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Can boreal and temperate forest management be adapted to the uncertainties of 21st century climate change?
A Park, K Puettmann, E Wilson, C Messier, S Kames, A Dhar
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 33 (4), 251-285, 2014
852014
Structural diversity of English yew (Taxus baccata L.) populations
H Ruprecht, A Dhar, B Aigner, G Oitzinger, R Klumpp, H Vacik
European Journal of Forest Research 129 (2), 189-198, 2010
832010
Perspectives on environmental impacts and a land reclamation strategy for solar and wind energy systems
A Dhar, MA Naeth, PD Jennings, MG El-Din
Science of the total environment 718, 134602, 2020
742020
Plant community development following reclamation of oil sands mine sites in the boreal forest: a review
A Dhar, PG Comeau, J Karst, BD Pinno, SX Chang, MA Naeth, R Vassov, ...
Environmental Reviews 26 (3), 286-298, 2018
522018
Population viability risk management (PVRM) for in situ management of endangered tree species—A case study on a Taxus baccata L. population
A Dhar, H Ruprecht, H Vacik
Forest ecology and management 255 (7), 2835-2845, 2008
522008
Aftermath of mountain pine beetle outbreak in British Columbia: stand dynamics, management response and ecosystem resilience
A Dhar, L Parrott, CDB Hawkins
Forests 7 (8), 171, 2016
512016
Consequences of mountain pine beetle outbreak on forest ecosystem services in western Canada
A Dhar, L Parrott, S Heckbert
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46 (8), 987-999, 2016
492016
Comparison of ecological condition and conservation status of English yew population in two Austrian gene conservation forests
A Dhar, H Ruprecht, R Klumpp, H Vacik
Journal of Forestry research 18 (3), 181-186, 2007
382007
Stand structure and natural regeneration of Taxus baccata at" Stiwollgraben" in Austria
A Dhar, H Ruprecht, R Klumpp, H Vacik
Dendrobiology 56, 19-26, 2006
362006
Effects of cover soil stockpiling on plant community development following reclamation of oil‐sands sites in Alberta
A Dhar, PG Comeau, R Vassov
Restoration Ecology 27 (2), 352–360, 2019
352019
Radial growth of residual overstory trees and understory saplings after mountain pine beetle attack in central British Columbia
CDB Hawkins, A Dhar, NA Balliet
Forest ecology and management 310, 348-356, 2013
342013
Residual mature trees and secondary stand structure after mountain pine beetle attack in central British Columbia
CDB Hawkins, A Dhar, NA Balliet, KD Runzer
Forest ecology and management 277, 107-115, 2012
342012
Regeneration and growth following mountain pine beetle attack: A synthesis of knowledge
A Dhar, CDB Hawkins
Journal of Ecosystems and Management 12 (2), 2011
342011
Geothermal energy resources: potential environmental impact and land reclamation
A Dhar, MA Naeth, PD Jennings, M Gamal El-Din
Environmental Reviews 28 (4), 415-427, 2020
192020
Plant community development following reclamation of oil sands mines using four cover soil types in northern Alberta
A Dhar, PG Comeau, MA Naeth, BD Pinno, R Vassov
Restoration Ecology 28 (1), 82-92, 2020
192020
Retention level affects dynamics of understory plant community recovery in northern temperate hemlock-cedar forests
E Lilles, A Dhar, KD Coates, S Haeussler
Forest Ecology and Management 421, 3-15, 2018
142018
Improving site index estimates for pine and spruce plantations: a case study in the sub-boreal spruce zone in British Columbia
CDB Hawkins, A Dhar, E Bittencourt
Forest Science and Technology 9 (2), 51-58, 2013
142013
Spring bud phenology of 18 Betula papyrifera populations in British Columbia
CDB Hawkins, A Dhar
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27 (6), 507-519, 2012
132012
Vegetation management with Glyphosate has little impact on understory species diversity or tree growth in a sub boreal spruce plantation–a case study
CDB Hawkins, A Dhar, J Lange
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant …, 2013
122013
Genetic variation of Taxus baccata L. populations in the Eastern Alps and its implications for conservation management
R Klumpp, A Dhar
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26 (4), 294-304, 2011
122011
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