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Wind as a natural disturbance agent in forests: a synthesis
SJ Mitchell
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 86 (2), 147-157, 2013
3692013
A review of mechanistic modelling of wind damage risk to forests
B Gardiner, K Byrne, S Hale, K Kamimura, SJ Mitchell, H Peltola, JC Ruel
Forestry 81 (3), 447-463, 2008
2522008
Ecological mitigation of hillslope instability: ten key issues facing researchers and practitioners
A Stokes, GB Douglas, T Fourcaud, F Giadrossich, C Gillies, T Hubble, ...
Plant and Soil 377 (1), 1-23, 2014
2282014
Empirical modelling of windthrow risk in partially harvested stands using tree, neighbourhood, and stand attributes
RE Scott, SJ Mitchell
Forest Ecology and Management 218 (1-3), 193-209, 2005
2032005
The retention system: reconciling variable retention with the principles of silvicultural systems
SJ Mitchell, WJ Beese
The forestry chronicle 78 (3), 397-403, 2002
2002002
Wind tunnel measurements of crown streamlining and drag relationships for several hardwood species
S Vollsinger, SJ Mitchell, KE Byrne, MD Novak, M Rudnicki
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35 (5), 1238-1249, 2005
1812005
Wind tunnel measurements of crown streamlining and drag relationships for three conifer species
M Rudnicki, SJ Mitchell, MD Novak
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (3), 666-676, 2004
1742004
Empirical modeling of cutblock edge windthrow risk on Vancouver Island, Canada, using stand level information
SJ Mitchell, T Hailemariam, Y Kulis
Forest Ecology and Management 154 (1-2), 117-130, 2001
1612001
Distribution of California stream fishes: influence of environmental temperature and hypoxia
JJ Cech, SJ Mitchell, DT Castleberry, M McEnroe
Environmental biology of Fishes 29 (2), 95-105, 1990
1331990
Comparative growth of juvenile white sturgeon and striped bass: effects of temperature and hypoxia
JJ Cech, SJ Mitchell, TE Wragg
Estuaries 7 (1), 12-18, 1984
1251984
Windthrow handbook for British Columbia forests. Research program working paper No. 9401
RJ Stathers, TP Rollerson, SJ Mitchell
No corporate text available, 1994
1231994
Stem growth responses in Douglas-fir and Sitka spruce following thinning: implications for assessing wind-firmness
SJ Mitchell
Forest Ecology and Management 135 (1-3), 105-114, 2000
1052000
Tree crown ratio models for multi-species and multi-layered stands of southeastern British Columbia
H Temesgen, V LeMay, SJ Mitchell
The Forestry Chronicle 81 (1), 2005
992005
The windthrow triangle: a relative windthrow hazard assessment procedure for forest managers
SJ Mitchell
The Forestry Chronicle 71 (4), 446-450, 1995
921995
Portability of stand-level empirical windthrow risk models
N Lanquaye-Opoku, SJ Mitchell
Forest ecology and management 216 (1-3), 134-148, 2005
862005
A diagnostic framework for windthrow risk estimation
SJ Mitchell
The Forestry Chronicle 74 (1), 100-105, 1998
751998
A GIS based approach to map wind exposure for windthrow hazard rating
JC Ruel, SJ Mitchell, M Dornier
Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 19 (4), 183-187, 2002
642002
Respiratory responses of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) to environmental changes in temperature and dissolved oxygen
JJ Cech Jr, CG Campagna, SJ Mitchell
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 108 (2), 166-171, 1979
601979
An individual-tree mortality model for complex stands of southeastern British Columbia
H Temesgen, SJ Mitchell
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 20 (2), 101-109, 2005
592005
A synopsis of windthrow in British Columbia: occurrence, implications, assessment and management
SJ Mitchell
Wind and trees, 448-459, 1995
541995
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