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Victor J Lieffers
Victor J Lieffers
Dept of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
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Predicting and managing light in the understory of boreal forests
VJ Lieffers, C Messier, KJ Stadt, F Gendron, PG Comeau
Canadian journal of forest research 29 (6), 796-811, 1999
4961999
Growth of understory Picea glauca, Calamagrostis canadensis, and Epilobium angustifolium in relation to overstory light transmission
VJ Lieffers, KJ Stadt
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (6), 1193-1198, 1994
3661994
An analysis of sucker regeneration of trembling aspen
BR Frey, VJ Lieffers, SM Landhäusser, PG Comeau, KJ Greenway
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (7), 1169-1179, 2003
3252003
Potential carbon losses from peat profiles: effects of temperature, drought cycles, and fire
EH Hogg, VJ Lieffers, RW Wein
Ecological applications 2 (3), 298-306, 1992
2821992
Predicting landscape patterns of aspen dieback: mechanisms and knowledge gaps
BR Frey, VJ Lieffers, EH Hogg, SM Landhäusser
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (7), 1379-1390, 2004
2342004
Are mixtures of aspen and white spruce more productive than single species stands?
R Man, VJ Lieffers
The Forestry Chronicle 75 (3), 505-513, 1999
2161999
Ecology of and control strategies for Calamagrostis canadensis in boreal forest sites
VJ Lieffers, SE Macdonald, EH Hogg
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (10), 2070-2077, 1993
2131993
Seasonal changes in carbohydrate reserves in mature northern Populus tremuloides clones
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Trees 17, 471-476, 2003
1952003
Semi-natural and intensive silvicultural systems for the boreal mixedwood forest
VJ Lieffers, JD Stewart, RB Macmillan, D Macpherson, K Branter
The Forestry Chronicle 72 (3), 286-292, 1996
1901996
Seasonal patterns of light transmission through boreal mixedwood canopies
AJ Constabel, VJ Lieffers
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26 (6), 1008-1014, 1996
1871996
Root water flow and growth of aspen (Populus tremuloides) at low root temperatures
X Wan, SM Landhäusser, JJ Zwiazek, VJ Lieffers
Tree physiology 19 (13), 879-884, 1999
1781999
Disturbance facilitates rapid range expansion of aspen into higher elevations of the Rocky Mountains under a warming climate
SM Landhäusser, D Deshaies, VJ Lieffers
Journal of Biogeography 37 (1), 68-76, 2010
1712010
Growth of Populus tremuloides in association with Calamagrostis canadensis
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (3), 396-401, 1998
1701998
Rooting of peatland black spruce and tamarack in relation to depth of water table
VJ Lieffers, RL Rothwell
Canadian Journal of Botany 65 (5), 817-821, 1987
1691987
Natural regeneration of forest vegetation on legacy seismic lines in boreal habitats in Alberta’s oil sands region
CK van Rensen, SE Nielsen, B White, T Vinge, VJ Lieffers
Biological Conservation 184, 127-135, 2015
1682015
Leaf area renewal, root retention and carbohydrate reserves in a clonal tree species following above‐ground disturbance
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Journal of Ecology 90 (4), 658-665, 2002
1662002
Defoliation increases risk of carbon starvation in root systems of mature aspen
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Trees 26 (2), 653-661, 2012
1492012
Coarse and fine root respiration in aspen (Populus tremuloides)
A Desrochers, SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Tree physiology 22 (10), 725-732, 2002
1482002
Effects of leaf litter on the growth of boreal feather mosses: implication for forest floor development
S Natalia, VJ Lieffers, SM Landhäusser
Journal of vegetation science 19 (2), 253-260, 2008
1442008
Naturally saline boreal communities as models for reclamation of saline oil sand tailings
BG Purdy, S Ellen Macdonald, VJ Lieffers
Restoration Ecology 13 (4), 667-677, 2005
1442005
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