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2013 Winter Forest Nursery Notes - New Nursery Literature

Genetics and Tree Improvement

© Assisted migration: uncertainty, risk and op­portunity

Park, A. and Talbot, C. Forestry Chronicle 88(4):412-419. 2012.

© Carbon sequestration from 40 years of plant­ing genetically improved loblolly pine across the southeast United States

Aspinwall, M. J., McKeand, S. E., and King, J. S. Forest Science 58(5):446-456. 2012.

Climate change and forest trees in the Pacific Northwest: guide to vulnerability assessment meth­odology

Devine, W., Aubry, C., Miller, J., Potter, K., and Bower, A. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region. 48 p. 2012.

© Failure to migrate: lack of tree range expan­sion in response to climate change

Zhu, K., Woodall, C. W., and Clark, J. S. Global Change Biology 18:10421052. 2012.

© Financial performance of using genetically improved regeneration material of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Finland

Ahtikoski, A., Ojansuu, R., Haapanen, M., Hynynen, J., and Karkkainen, K. New Forests 43:335-348. 2012.

© Genetic variation between and within ex-situ native-provenance collections of Pinus radiata D

Don planted in Australia and New Zealand. Bian, L., Gapare, W. J., Ivkovic, M., Jefferson, P., and Wu, H. X. Silvae Genetica 60(6):276-285. 2011.

© Genetic variation in needle epicuticular wax characteristics in Pinus pinceana seedlings

Ramirez-Herrera, C., Percy, K. E., Loo, J. A., Yeates, L. D., and Vargas-Hernandez, J. Silvae Genetica 60(5):210-215. 2011.

© Growth phenology of coast Douglas-fir seed sources planted in diverse environments

Gould, P. J., Harrington, C. A., and St. Clair, J. B. Tree Physiology 32:1482-1496. 2012.

© The implementation of assisted migration in Canadian forests

Pedlar, J. H., McKenney, D. W., Beaulieu, J. , and Colombo, S. J. Forestry Chronicle 87(6):766-777. 2011.

Long-distance gene flow and adaptation of forest trees to rapid climate change

Kremer, A., Ronce, O., Robledo-Arnuncio, J. J., and Guillaume, F. Ecology Letters. 2012.

© Optimization of genetic gain and diversity in seed orchard crops considering variation in seed ger­mination

Funda, T., Lstiburek, M., Klapste, J., and El-Kassaby, Y. A. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27:787-793. 2012.

© Physiological and morphological attributes of shortleaf x loblolly pine F1 hybrid seedlings: is there an advantage to being a hybrid?

Lilly, C. J., Will, R. E., and Tauer, C. G. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:238-246. 2012.

© Placing forestry in the assisted migration debate

Pedlar, J. H., McKenney, D. W., Aubin, I., and Beardmore, T. BioScience 62(9):835-842. 2012.

© Rapid climate change and the rate of ad­aptation: insight from experimental quantitative genetics

Shaw, R. G. and Etterson, J. R. New Phytologist 195:752-765. 2012.

© Why we disagree about assisted migration: ethical implications of a key debate regarding the future of Canada's forests

Aubin, I., Garbe, C. M., Colombo, S., and Drever, C. R. Forestry Chronicle 87(6):755-765. 2011.

Widespread triploidy in western North American aspen (Populus tremuloides)

Mock, K. E., Callahan, C. M., Islam-Faridi, M. N., and Shaw, J. D. Plos One 7(10):e48406. 2012.

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