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Publications, theses, and reports produced by the BEACONs Project and other related documents of interest.

Publications

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Krawchuk, M, K. Lisgo, S. Leroux, S. Vernier, S.Cumming, and F. Schmiegelow. 2012. Boreal Forest, Canada. Chapter 6 in Hilty, J., C.C. Chester, and M.S. Cross (eds), Climate and Conservation: Landscape and Seascape Science, Planning, and Action. Island Press, Washington. DC.

Leroux, S.J., M.A. Krawchuk, F. Schmiegelow, S.G. Cumming, K. Lisgo, L.G. Anderson, and M. Petkova. 2010. Global protected areas and IUCN designations: Do the categories match the conditions? Biological Conservation 143(3):609-616.Abstract

Leroux, S.J. and F.K.A. Schmiegelow. 2007. Biodiversity concordance and the importance of Endemism. Conservation Biology 21(1):266-268.

Leroux, S.J., F.K.A. Schmiegelow, and J.A. Nagy. 2007. Potential spatial overlap of heritage sites and protected areas in a boreal region of northern Canada. Conservation Biology 21(2):376-386. Abstract

Leroux, S.J., F.K.A. Schmiegelow, S.G. Cumming, R.B. Lessard, and J. Nagy. 2007. Accounting for system dynamics in reserve design. Ecological Applications, 17:1954-1966. Abstract

Leroux, S.J., F.K.A. Schmiegelow, R.B. Lessard, and S.G. Cumming. 2007. Minimum dynamic reserves: A framework for determining reserve size in ecosystems structured by large disturbances. Biological Conservation 138:464-473. Abstract

Schmiegelow, F. 2007. On benchmarking natural systems. Canadian Silviculture 5(1):3-7.

Theses

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Anderson, L.G.G. 2009. Quantitative methods for identifying ecological benchmarks in Canada’s Boreal forest. M.Sc. thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 111pp.

Leroux. S. 2006. Incorporating natural disturbance and heritage sites in protected areas design. M.Sc. thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 102pp.

Reports and Discussion Papers

Cumming, S.G., F. Schmiegelow, E. Bayne, and S. Song. 2010.Canada's forest resource inventories: compiling a tool for boreal ecosystems analysis and modelling - a background document. Université Laval, University of Alberta, and Environment Canada. 7pp.

Cosco, J.A. 2011. Common Attribute Schema (CAS) for Forest Inventories Across Canada. Prepared by J.A. Cosco, Chief Inventory Forester, Timberline Natural Resource Group for Boreal Avian Modelling Project and Canadian BEACONs Project.

Evaluation of Saskatchewan Designated Protected Lands as Ecological Benchmarks for Forest Management, March 2008

National Forestry Congress Presentation, September 2007- This presentation is an overview of the context and work of BEACONs to develop a scientific framework for conservation planning in the boreal region of Canada.

Discussion Paper - Evaluating the effectiveness of representation as a criterion for selecting conservation areas

Ontario Far North Science Advisory Panel - Science for a Changing Far North (Chapter 4 speaks to the Conservation Matrix Model)

Other documents of interest:

Scientific Review for the Identification of Critical Habitat for Woodland Caribou, Boreal Population (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in Canada

Anielski, M., and Wilson, S. 2005. Counting Canada's Natural Capital: Assessing the real value of Canada's boreal ecosystems.

The State of Canada's Forests 2004-2005: The Boreal Forest

NTREE. 2005. Boreal Report (ENG, FRCH)

Blancher, Peter. 2003. Importance of Canada's Boreal Forest to Landbirds.

Canadian Senate Report on Canada's Boreal 1999

 

 
 
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