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Brad Pinno
Brad Pinno
Dept of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
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Trembling aspen seedling establishment, growth and response to fertilization on contrasting soils used in oil sands reclamation
BD Pinno, SM Landhäusser, MD MacKenzie, SA Quideau, PS Chow
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 92 (1), 143-151, 2012
862012
Light dynamics and free-to-grow standards in aspen-dominated mixedwood forests
VJ Lieffers, BD Pinno, KJ Stadt
The Forestry Chronicle 78 (1), 137-145, 2002
862002
Reclamation of boreal forest after oil sands mining: anticipating novel challenges in novel environments
P Audet, BD Pinno, E Thiffault
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45 (3), 364-371, 2015
812015
A Functional Framework for Improved Management of Western North American Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.)
PC Rogers, SM Landhäusser, BD Pinno, RJ Ryel
Forest Science 60 (2), 345-359, 2014
632014
Partitioning of carbon allocation to reserves or growth determines future performance of aspen seedlings
SM Landhäusser, BD Pinno, VJ Lieffers, PS Chow
Forest Ecology and Management 275, 43-51, 2012
582012
Maximizing natural trembling aspen seedling establishment on a reclaimed boreal oil sands site
BD Pinno, RC Errington
Ecological Restoration 33 (1), 43-50, 2015
552015
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, AM Naeth, R Vassov, ...
Environmental reviews 26 (3), 286-298, 2018
512018
Temporal trends of ecosystem development on different site types in reclaimed boreal forests
BD Pinno, VC Hawkes
Forests 6 (6), 2109-2124, 2015
512015
Measuring and modelling the crown and light transmission characteristics of juvenile aspen
BD Pinno, VJ Lieffers, KJ Stadt
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31 (11), 1930-1939, 2001
512001
A global view of aspen: Conservation science for widespread keystone systems
PC Rogers, BD Pinno, J Šebesta, BR Albrectsen, G Li, N Ivanova, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 21, e00828, 2020
452020
Early successional plant community dynamics on a reclaimed oil sands mine in comparison with natural boreal forest communities
RC Errington, BD Pinno
Écoscience 22 (2-4), 133-144, 2015
452015
Competition control in juvenile hybrid poplar plantations across a range of site productivities in central Saskatchewan, Canada
BD Pinno, N Bélanger
New Forests 37 (2), 213-225, 2009
442009
Young jack pine and high severity fire combine to create potentially expansive areas of understocked forest
BD Pinno, RC Errington, DK Thompson
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 517-522, 2013
432013
Edge influence of low-impact seismic lines for oil exploration on upland forest vegetation in northern Alberta (Canada)
A Dabros, HEJ Hammond, J Pinzon, B Pinno, D Langor
Forest Ecology and Management 400, 278-288, 2017
412017
Predicting the productivity of a young hybrid poplar clone under intensive plantation management in northern Alberta, Canada using soil and site characteristics
BD Pinno, BR Thomas, N Bélanger
New Forests 39 (1), 89-103, 2010
412010
Nutrient loaded seedlings reduce the need for field fertilization and vegetation management on boreal forest reclamation sites
KM Schott, AEK Snively, SM Landhäusser, BD Pinno
New Forests 47 (3), 393-410, 2016
372016
Tamm Review: Seedling-based ecology, management, and restoration in aspen (Populus tremuloides)
SM Landhäusser, BD Pinno, KE Mock
Forest Ecology and Management 432, 231-245, 2019
362019
Premature shoot growth termination allows nutrient loading of seedlings with an indeterminate growth strategy
KM Schott, BD Pinno, SM Landhäusser
New Forests 44 (5), 635-647, 2013
362013
Environmentally‐contingent behaviour of invasive plants as drivers or passengers
SD Wilson, BD Pinno
Oikos 122 (1), 129-135, 2013
352013
Nutrient uptake and growth of fireweed (Chamerion angustifolium) on reclamation soils
BD Pinno, SM Landhäusser, PS Chow, SA Quideau, MD MacKenzie
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (1), 1-7, 2014
332014
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