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i) Published Research:


Donkor, N. T. & J. M. Fryxell, 1999. Impact of beaver foraging on structure of lowland boreal forests of Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Forest Ecology and Management , 118: 83-92.

 

Falk, K J., K.A. Elliott, D.M. Burke, E. Nol. 2010. Early seedling response to group selection harvesting in a northern hardwood forest. The Forestry Chronicle 86(1): 100-109

 

Falk, K., E. Nol, and D. Burke. 2011. Weak effects of edges on avian nesting success in fragmented and forested landscapes in Ontario, Canada. Landscape Ecology, 26: 239-251.

 

Holloway, G. L., and J. R. Malcolm. 2006. Sciurid habitat relationships in forests managed under selection and shelterwood silviculture in Ontario. Journal of Wildlife Management 70: 1735-1745.

 

Leshyk, R., Nol, E., Burke, D. M., & Burness, G. 2012. Logging Affects Fledgling Sex Ratios and Baseline Corticosterone in a Forest Songbird. PloS one, 7(3), e33124.


Martin, N. D., 1959. An analysis of forest succession in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Ecological Monographs , 29(3): 187-218. APM Reprint # 757.


Martin, N. D., 1994. Handbook of Biotic Forest Communities of Ontario. Second edition. Forestry Commonwealth Laboratory, Belleville, Ontario. 55 pp. APM Reprint # 5551.


Maycock, P. F., 1956. Composition of an upland conifer community in Ontario. Ecology, 37(4): 846-847. APM Reprint # 1433.

 

Proctor, E., Nol, E., Burke, D., & Crins, W. J. 2012. Responses of insect pollinators and understory plants to silviculture in northern hardwood forests. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21(7), 1703-1740.

 

Richmond, S.E., Nol, E., Burke, D.M., Malcom, J. 2012. Effects of single-tree selection harvesting on Rose-breasted Grosbeak (Pheucticus leudovicianus) demography in a northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 276: 24-32.

 

Tozer, D. C., D. M. Burke, E. Nol, and K. A. Elliott. 2010. Short-term effects of group-selection harvesting on breeding birds in a northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 259: 1522-1529.

 

Tozer, D.C., E. Nol, and D.M. Burke. 2011. Quality of mature aspen and maple forests forbreeding Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers. Canadian Journal of Zoology (89) 148-160.

 

Tozer, D. C., Burke, D. M., Nol, E., & Elliott, K. A. 2012. Managing ecological traps: Logging and sapsucker nest predation by bears. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 76(5), 887-898.

 

 

ii) Doctoral and Master's Theses:

 

Geleynse, Daniel. Brown Creeper (Certhia americana) Habitat Selection and Demography between Logged and Unlogged Forests of Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada. MSc. Thesis. Trent University, Peterborough, ON.

 

Leblanc, J. P. 2010. Nesting among slash: the demographic and behavioural response of the Ovenbird (Seiurus
aurocapilla) to single-tree selection in a mature continuous hardwood landscape. M.Sc. thesis, Trent University. Peterborough, ON

 

Leshyk, R. 2011. Stress-response of Ovenbirds to group-selection logging in forest stands. M.Sc. thesis, Trent University. Peterborough, ON


Maycock, P. F., 1955. The phytosociology of an upland conifer community in Algonquin Park. Master’s Thesis, University of Wisconsin.

 

Proctor, E.  2011. The Response of Insect Pollinators and Understory Plants to Group Selection Tree Harvesting in Algonquin Provincial Park. MSc thesis. Trent University, Peterborough, ON

 

Schutten, K. 2011. The Influence of Site Factors on A. Saccharum Growth Response to Climatic Variability in Algonquin Park MSc thesis. University of Guelph. Guelph, ON

 

Tozer, D. 2010. Quality of selection-logged and unlogged forests for breeding Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers. Ph.D. thesis, Trent University, Peterborough, ON


Vasiliauskas, S. A. 1995. Interpretation of age-structure gaps in Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) populations of Algonquin Park. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Biology, Queen’s University. 170 pp. APM Reprint # 5553.

 

iii) Technical and Research Papers:


Bates, D. M. & G. Francis, 1958. Cover mapping of forests for wildlife. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.

 

 

 
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