Philip J. Burton
Philip J. Burton
Professor, Ecosystem Science & Management, University of Northern British Columbia
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Edge influence on forest structure and composition in fragmented landscapes
KA Harper, SE Macdonald, PJ Burton, J Chen, KD Brosofske, ...
Conservation biology 19 (3), 768-782, 2005
12152005
A gap-based approach for development of silvicultural systems to address ecosystem management objectives
KD Coates, PJ Burton
Forest Ecology and Management 99 (3), 337-354, 1997
3611997
The value of managing for biodiversity
PJ Burton, AC Balisky, LP Coward, DD Kneeshaw, SG Cumming
The forestry chronicle 68 (2), 225-237, 1992
3041992
Salvage Logging and its Ecological Consequences
DB Lindenmayer, PJ Burton, JF Franklin
Island Press, 2008
286*2008
Plant functional types
TM Smith, HH Shugart, FI Woodward, PJ Burton
Vegetation Dynamics & Global Change, 272-292, 1993
1941993
Gap dynamics in boreal aspen stands: is the forest older than we think?
SG Cumming, FKA Schmiegelow, PJ Burton
Ecological Applications 10 (3), 744-759, 2000
1852000
Towards Sustainable Management of the Boreal Forest
PJ Burton, C Messier, DW Smith, WL Adamowicz
NRC Research Press, 2003
1612003
Some limitations inherent to static indices of plant competition
PJ Burton
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (10), 2141-2152, 1993
1571993
Response of Metrosideros polymorpha seedlings to experimental canopy opening
PJ Burton, D Mueller-Dombois
Ecology 65, 779-791, 1984
1441984
Impact of mountain pine beetle on the net ecosystem production of lodgepole pine stands in British Columbia
M Brown, TA Black, Z Nesic, VN Foord, DL Spittlehouse, AL Fredeen, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150 (2), 254-264, 2010
1192010
Large fires as agents of ecological diversity in the North American boreal forest
PJ Burton, MA Parisien, JA Hicke, RJ Hall, JT Freeburn
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (6), 754-767, 2009
1192009
Growth of planted tree seedlings in response to ambient light levels in northwestern interior cedar-hemlock forests of British Columbia
KD Coates, PJ Burton
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (9), 1374-1382, 1999
1171999
Managing forest harvesting to maintain old growth in boreal and sub-boreal forests
PJ Burton, DD Kneeshaw, KD Coates
The Forestry Chronicle 75 (4), 623-631, 1999
1171999
A refinement of models projecting future Canadian fire regimes using homogeneous fire regime zones
Y Boulanger, S Gauthier, PJ Burton
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (4), 365-376, 2014
1122014
Coarse woody debris in sub-boreal spruce forests of west-central British Columbia
DF Clark, DD Kneeshaw, PJ Burton, JA Antos
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (2), 284-290, 1998
1051998
Ecophysiological responses of tree seedlings invading different patches of old-field vegetation
PJ Burton, FA Bazzaz
Journal of Ecology 83, 99-112, 1995
1051995
Tree seedling emergence on interactive temperature and moisture gradients and in patches of old-field vegetation
PJ Burton, FA Bazzaz
American Journal of Botany 78, 131-149, 1991
1041991
The current state of boreal forestry and the drive for change
PJ Burton, C Messier, GF Weetman, EE Prepas, WL Adamowicz, R Tittler
Towards Sustainable Management of the Boreal Forest, 1-40, 2003
1012003
Impacts of salvage logging on biodiversity: A meta‐analysis
S Thorn, C Bässler, R Brandl, PJ Burton, R Cahall, JL Campbell, J Castro, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (1), 279-289, 2018
962018
Viewing forests through the lens of complex systems science
E Filotas, L Parrott, PJ Burton, RL Chazdon, KD Coates, L Coll, ...
Ecosphere 5 (1), 1-23, 2014
962014
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