Factors affecting interannual variation in growth of western Canadian aspen forests during 1951 – 2000

@inproceedings{Hogg2005FactorsAI,
  title={Factors affecting interannual variation in growth of western Canadian aspen forests during 1951 – 2000},
  author={Edward H Hogg and James P. Brandt and Bob Kochtubajda},
  year={2005}
}
Trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) is the most important deciduous tree in the North American boreal forest and is also the dominant tree in the aspen parkland zone along the northern edge of the Canadian prairies. Since the 1990s, observations of dieback and reduced growth of aspen forests have led to concerns about the potential impacts of climate change. To address these concerns, a regional-scale study (CIPHA) was established in 2000 that includes annual monitoring of forest… CONTINUE READING

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