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 9, 1964, 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
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
Conservation of three forest landbird species at risk: Characterizing and modelling habitat at multiple scales to guide management planning
AR Westwood
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Learn from Canada's dark age of science
A Westwood, K Walsh, K Gibbs
Nature 542 (7640), 165-165, 2017
Guidelines for managing Canada Warbler habitat in the Atlantic northern forest of Canada
AR Westwood, C Harding, L Reitsma, D Lambert
High Branch Conservation Services: Hartland, VT, USA, 2017
Prioritizing areas for land conservation and forest management planning for the threatened Canada warbler (Cardellina canadensis) in the Atlantic northern forest of Canada
AR Westwood, JD Lambert, LR Reitsma, D Stralberg
Diversity 12 (2), 61, 2020
Canada's mines pose transboundary risks
Science 368, 376, 2020
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
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