Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by D. Robinson
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Modeling natural regeneration following mountain pine beetle attacks in the southern and central interior of British Columbia. 2007. LeMay, V.M.; Lee, T.; Sattler, D.; Marshall, P.; Robinson, D.; Zumrawi, A.A. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific and Yukon Region, Victoria, BC. Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative Working Paper 2007-16. 51 p.
Predicting mountain pine beetle impacts on lodgepole pine stands and woody debris characteristics in a mixed severity fire regime using prognosisBC and the fire and fuels extension. 2005. Hawkes, B.C.; Taylor, S.W.; Stockdale, C.; Shore, T.L.; Beukema, S.J.; Robinson, D. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, BC. Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative Working Paper 2005-22. 17 p.
Predicting Mountain Pine Beetle Impacts on Lodgepole Pine Stands and Woody Debris Characteristics in a Mixed Severity Fire Regime Using Prognosis BC and the Fire and Fuels Extension. 2005. Hawkes, B.C.; Taylor, S.W.; Stockdale, C.; Shore, T.L.; Beukema, S.J.; Robinson, D. Pages 123-135 in L. Lagene, J. Zelnik, S. Cadwallader, and B. Hughes, editors. Mixed Severity Fire Regimes: Ecology and Management, November 17-19, 2004, Spokane, Washington. Washington State University Coop Extension Service/ The Association for Fire Ecology, Pullman, Washington, Vol. AFE MISC03.
Prognosis EI: A detailed watershed-level environmental indicators model. 2002. Kurz, W.A.; Beukema, S.J.; Greenough, J.A.; Robinson, D.C.E.; Densmore, N.; Winter, R.; Snowdon, B. Pages 122-125 in N.L. Crookston and R.N. Havis, compilers. Second Forest Vegetation Simulator Conference Proceedings RMS-P-25, February 12-14, 2002, Fort Collins, CO. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station., Ogden, UT. 208 p.
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