Alana Westwood
Alana Westwood
Assistant Professor, School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality
M Cailleret, S Jansen, EMR Robert, L Desoto, T Aakala, JA Antos, ...
Global change biology 23 (4), 1675-1690, 2017
Early-warning signals of individual tree mortality based on annual radial growth
M Cailleret, V Dakos, S Jansen, EMR Robert, T Aakala, MM Amoroso, ...
Frontiers in plant science, 1964, 2019
Re-defining recovery: A generalized framework for assessing species recovery
A Westwood, E Reuchlin-Hugenholtz, DM Keith
Biological Conservation 172, 155-162, 2014
The role of science in contemporary Canadian environmental decision making: the example of environmental assessment
AR Westwood, M Olszynski, CH Fox, AT Ford, AL Jacob, JW Moore, ...
UBCL Rev. 52, 243, 2019
Ecological monitoring through harmonizing existing data: Lessons from the boreal avian modelling project
NKS Barker, PC Fontaine, SG Cumming, D Stralberg, A Westwood, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (3), 480-487, 2015
Protecting biodiversity in British Columbia: Recommendations for developing species at risk legislation
AR Westwood, SP Otto, A Mooers, C Darimont, KE Hodges, C Johnson, ...
Facets 4 (1), 136-160, 2019
Cross-sectoral input for the potential role of science in Canada’s environmental assessment
AL Jacob, JW Moore, CH Fox, EJ Sunter, D Gauthier, AR Westwood, ...
Facets 3 (1), 512-529, 2018
Conservation of three forest landbird species at risk: characterizing and modelling habitat at multiple scales to guide management planning
AR Westwood
A field‐validated species distribution model to support management of the critically endangered Poweshiek skipperling (Oarisma poweshiek) butterfly in Canada
R Westwood, AR Westwood, M Hooshmandi, K Pearson, K LaFrance, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (3), e163, 2020
Effects of Armillaria root disease on the growth of Picea mariana trees in the boreal plains of central Canada
AR Westwood, F Conciatori, JC Tardif, K Knowles
Forest Ecology and Management 266, 1-10, 2012
Toward actionable, coproduced research on boreal birds focused on building respectful partnerships
A Westwood, N Barker, S Grant, A Amos, A Camfield, K Cooper, F Dénes, ...
Avian Conservation and Ecology 15 (1), 2020
The benefits of using topographic features to predict climate-resilient habitat for migratory forest landbirds: An example for the Rusty Blackbird, Olive-sided Flycatcher, and …
S Bale, KF Beazley, A Westwood, P Bush
The Condor 122 (1), duz057, 2020
Estimating the conservation value of protected areas in Maritime Canada for two species at risk: The Olive-sided Flycatcher (Contopus cooperi) and Canada Warbler (Cardellina …
A Westwood, C Staicer, P Sólymos, S Haché, T Fontaine, E Bayne, ...
Avian Conservation and Ecology 14 (1), 2019
Oversight at risk: the state of government science in British Columbia
T Smith, K Gibbs, A Westwood, S Taylor, K Walsh
Evidence for Democracy, Ottawa, Ontario, 2017
Canada's mines pose transboundary risks
Science 368, 376, 2020
Strategies for identifying priority areas for songbird conservation in Canada’s boreal forest
D Stralberg, A Camfield, M Carlson, C Lauzon, A Westwood, N Barker, ...
Avian Conservation and Ecology 13 (2), 2018
Learn from Canada's dark age of science
A Westwood, K Walsh, K Gibbs
Nature 542 (7640), 165-165, 2017
A systematic mapping protocol for understanding knowledge exchange in forest science
AR Westwood, J Hutchen, T Kapoor, K Klenk, J Saturno, J Wang, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2 (3), e12096, 2021
Prioritizing Areas for Land Conservation and Forest Management Planning for the Threatened Canada Warbler (Cardellina canadensis) in the Atlantic Northern …
AR Westwood, JD Lambert, LR Reitsma, D Stralberg
Diversity 12 (2), 61, 2020
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