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Caren Dymond
Caren Dymond
Senior Research Scientist, Province of British Columbia
Verified email at gov.bc.ca - Homepage
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Mountain pine beetle and forest carbon feedback to climate change
WA Kurz, CC Dymond, G Stinson, GJ Rampley, ET Neilson, AL Carroll, ...
Nature 452 (7190), 987-990, 2008
21342008
CBM-CFS3: a model of carbon-dynamics in forestry and land-use change implementing IPCC standards
WA Kurz, CC Dymond, TM White, G Stinson, CH Shaw, GJ Rampley, ...
Ecological Modelling 220 (4), 480-504, 2009
6352009
Risk of natural disturbances makes future contribution of Canada's forests to the global carbon cycle highly uncertain
WA Kurz, G Stinson, GJ Rampley, CC Dymond, ET Neilson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (5), 1551-1555, 2008
6162008
Surveying mountain pine beetle damage of forests: A review of remote sensing opportunities
MA Wulder, CC Dymond, JC White, DG Leckie, AL Carroll
Forest Ecology and Management 221 (1), 27-41, 2006
4632006
An inventory‐based analysis of Canada's managed forest carbon dynamics, 1990 to 2008
G Stinson, WA Kurz, CE Smyth, ET Neilson, CC Dymond, JM Metsaranta, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (6), 2227-2244, 2011
3632011
Phenological differences in Tasseled Cap indices improve deciduous forest classification
CC Dymond, DJ Mladenoff, VC Radeloff
Remote Sensing of Environment 80 (3), 460-472, 2002
2932002
Future spruce budworm outbreak may create a carbon source in eastern Canadian forests
CC Dymond, ET Neilson, G Stinson, K Porter, DA MacLean, DR Gray, ...
Ecosystems 13 (6), 917-931, 2010
1252010
Future quantities and spatial distribution of harvesting residue and dead wood from natural disturbances in Canada
CC Dymond, BD Titus, G Stinson, WA Kurz
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (2), 181-192, 2010
1122010
Commercial afforestation can deliver effective climate change mitigation under multiple decarbonisation pathways.
E Forster, J Healey, C Dymond, D Styles
Nature Communications, 2021
1042021
Damaged forests provide an opportunity to mitigate climate change
P Lamers, M Junginger, CC Dymond, A Faaij
GCB Bioenergy 6 (1), 44-60, 2014
902014
Mapping vegetation spatial patterns from modeled water, temperature and solar radiation gradients
CC Dymond, EA Johnson
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 57 (1-2), 69-85, 2002
842002
Climate change mitigation through adaptation: the effectiveness of forest diversification by novel tree planting regimes
AR Hof, CC Dymond, DJ Mladenoff
Ecosphere 8 (11), 2017
742017
Wood product carbon substitution benefits: a critical review of assumptions
C Howard, CC Dymond, VC Griess, D Tolkien-Spurr, GC van Kooten
Carbon Balance and Management 16 (1), 1-11, 2021
682021
Carbon sequestration in managed temperate coniferous forests under climate change
CC Dymond, S Beukema, CR Nitschke, KD Coates, RM Scheller
Biogeosciences 13 (6), 1933-1947, 2016
662016
Diversifying managed forests to increase resilience
CC Dymond, S Tedder, DL Spittlehouse, B Raymer, K Hopkins, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (10), 1196-1205, 2014
652014
Uncertainty of 21st century growing stocks and GHG balance of forests in British Columbia, Canada resulting from potential climate change impacts on ecosystem processes
JM Metsaranta, CC Dymond, WA Kurz, DL Spittlehouse
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (5), 827-837, 2011
622011
Forest carbon in North America: annual storage and emissions from British Columbia's harvest, 1965-2065
CC Dymond
Carbon Balance and Management 7 (1), 8, 2012
592012
Forest carbon mitigation policy: A policy gap analysis for British Columbia
G Hoberg, GP St-Laurent, G Schittecatte, CC Dymond
Forest Policy and Economics 69, 73-82, 2016
502016
Criteria and guidance considerations for sustainable tree stump harvesting in British Columbia
SM Berch, M Curran, C Dymond, K Hannam, M Murray, S Tedder, B Titus, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27 (8), 709-72, 2012
372012
Detection and monitoring of the mountain pine beetle.
MA Wulder, CC Dymond, B Erickson
352004
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