Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Park, A. Puettmann, K. Wilson, E., Messier, C., Kames S. & Dhar, A. (2014)
Can Boreal and Temperate Forest Management be Adapted to the Uncertainties of 21st Century Climate Change?, Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 33:4, 251-285, DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2014.858956

Allard, J. and Park, A. (2013) Woody debris volumes and carbon accumulation differ across a chronosequence of boreal red pine and jack pine stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43: 768–775. dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2013-0100.&lt.

Czenze, Z. J, Park, A. & Craig K. R. Willis (2013). Staying cold through dinner: cold-climate bats rewarm with conspecifics but not sunset during hibernation. Journal of Comparative Physiology B (Biochemical, Systems, and Environmental Physiology). ISSN 0174-1578

Friesen, P., Park, A, and Aneth Aracelly Sarmiento-Serrud (2012). Comparing rainfall interception in plantation trials of six tropical hardwood trees and wild sugar cane Saccharum spontaneum L. Ecohydrology (online) DOI: 10.1002/eco.1297.

Park, A., and Carolyn Talbot (2012). Assisted migration: uncertainty, risk and opportunity The Forestry Chronicle 88(4): 412-419.

Park, A. (2011).  Beware paradigm creep and buzzword mutation.  The Forestry Chronicle 87 (3).

van Breugel, M., Jefferson S. Hall, Dylan J. Craven, Timothy G. Gregoire, Andrew Park, Daisy H. Dent, Mark H. Wishnie, Emilio Mariscal, Jose Deago, Diogenes Ibarra, Norma Cedeño and Mark S. Ashton (2011). Early growth and survival of 49 tropical tree species across sites differing in soil fertility and rainfall in Panama. Forest Ecology and Management 261 (10): 1580-1589. 

Carlyle-Moses, D, Park, A, and J. L. Cameron (2010).  Modeling rainfall interception loss in forest restoration trials inPanama.  Ecohydrology (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/eco.105.

Bastien Henri S., Park, A., C. Messier et al (2010).  Biomass accumulation and partitioning in tropical tree plantations: effects of species size and site conditions. Forest Ecology and Management. 260: 403–410

Park, A., Friesen P. and Sarmiento A. (2010).  Dynamics of water storage in litter layers of tropical plantation trees and the invasive grass Saccharum spontaneum. Journal of Hydrology 383 (2010) 167-178.  

 Park, A., van Breugel, M., Ashton, A. S., Wishnie, M., Mariscal, E., Deago, J., Ibarra, D., Cedeño, N., and Jefferson S. Hall. (2010).  Local and regional environmental variation influences the growth of tropical trees in selection trials.  Forest Ecology and Management 260: 12–21.

Park, A. (2008). Response to: Fact and Fantasy about Forest Carbon by Ter-Mikaelian et al., The Forestry Chronicle 84 (2): 166–171 (March/April 2008). The Forestry Chronicle 84 (5): 637-638.

Park, A. and Cameron, J.L. (2008) The influence of canopy traits on throughfall and stemflow in five tropical trees growing in a Panamanian plantation. Forest Ecology and Management, 255: 1915-25.

Park, A, and E. R. Wilson, (2007). Beautiful Plantations: Can intensive silviculture help Canada to fulfill ecological and timber production objectives? Forestry Chronicle 83 (6): 825 – 839.

Wilson, E. R., Vitols, C. J. and A. D. Park, 2007. Root characteristics and growth potential of container and bare-root seedlings of red oak Quercus rubra L. in Ontario, Canada. New Forests 34 (2): 163 – 176.

Park, A., Justiniano, J. M, and T. S. Fredericksen, 2005. Natural regeneration and environmental relationships of tree species in logging gaps in a Bolivian tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 217: 147 – 157.

Namroud, M-C., and Park, A. Tremblay, F. and Y. Bergeron 2005. Clonal and spatial genetic structure of aspen (Populus tremuloïdes Michx.). Molecular Ecology 14: 2969–2980.

Park, A., Kneeshaw, D., Bergeron, Y, and A. Leduc, 2005. Spatial relationships and tree species associations across a 236-year boreal mixedwood chronosequence. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35: 750-761.

Park, A., 2003. Spatial segregation of pines and oaks under different fire regimes in the Sierra Madre Occidental. Plant Ecology 169 (1): 1-20.

Park, A., 2001. Environmental influences on post-harvest natural regeneration in Mexican pine-oak forests. Forest Ecology and Management 144: 213 – 228.

Park, A., 1997. Trees, people, soil and food: a case study of participatory development in rural Malawi. Forestry Chronicle 73 (2): 221 – 227.

Book Chapter

Park, A. (2003). Forests. Ch. 4 in K. Hillstrom and L. C. Hillstrom (eds), The World’s Environments, Europe: a continental overview of environmental issues. ABC Clio, Santa Barbara, California: 73-94.

Selected Reports

Park, A., Henschel, C., Kuttner, B., and G. McEachern, 2004. A Cut Above: A report on alternatives to clearcut harvesting in the boreal forest. Report for the Ontario Wildlands League, Toronto.

Park, A., 2003. Regeneration of commercial and pioneer tree species in a chronosequence of logging gaps in La Chonta, Bolivia. Technical Report for Proyecto de Manejo Forestal, Sostenible (BOLFOR), Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Park, A., 1999. Influencia de los factores ambientales en la determinación de la regeneración natural en bosques de pino-encino de la UCODEFO No. 4 en San Dimas, Durango, México. Research report for Mexican forest management agency.

Park, A., 1993. Vancouver Forest Region Site Index Discrepancy Report (Laing and McCulloch Forest Management Services).

Park, A., 1992. Post Harvest Site Degradation Report – Kispiox Forest District, 1992. (Laing and McCulloch Forest Management Services).

Park, A., 1991. Analysis of the Contents of 112 Marten Scat Collected From Sub-Boreal Spruce Forest Sites in the Prince Rupert Forest Region (Research report for the Wildlife Section, Skeena Region MOE Regional Office, Smithers).

Presentations and Posters.

Park, A (2013). If I’d Known Now What I’ll Know Then! Back Casting to Inform Forest Management Decisions in the Face of Climate Change CONFORGEN (Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources in Canada) ELecture (http://www.conforgen.ca/docs/park_assistedmigration_feb2013.pdf). 2013-03-27.

Park, A (2011). Silvicultural responses to climate change: The role of uncertain future climates and other unknown unknowns.  North American Forest Ecology Workshop (NAFEW), Roanoke, VA, June 19 – 23rd, 2011.

Talbot, C. and Park, A. (2011).  Assessing potential tree candidates for managed relocation in southern Manitoba. North American Forest Ecology Workshop (NAFEW), Roanoke, VA, June 19 – 23rd, 2011.

Park, A (2011).  Climate Change and Forestry: Inevitable uncertainty — or —- Nothing succeeds like failure? Keynote presentation at the first Manitoba CIF Forest Ecology Workshop.  University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB, March 24th,2011.

Park, A, (2010).  Climate change and silvicultural options: caught between a frost and a hot place? Presentation to the Canadian Institute of Forestry – Forest Ecology Working Group; Workshop on “Forest Ecosystem Resilience”, September 29 and 30, 2010, Jasper, AB.

Renton, J, Park, A, and Westwood, R. (2010).  Influence of cattle grazing on regeneration abundance and health indicators in logged aspen stands of westernManitoba. Presentation to the Canadian Institute of Forestry – Forest Ecology Working Group; Workshop on “Forest Ecosystem Resilience”, September 29 and 30, 2010, Jasper, AB.

Renton, J, Park, A, and Westwood, R. (2009).  Influence of cattle grazing on regeneration abundance and health indicators in logged aspen stands of westernManitoba.  Presentation at  Fourth National Conference on Grazing Lands 2009,Reno,NV.

Bastien-Henri, S., Messier, C., and A. D. Park (2007). Biomass allocation in tropical tree plantations: Comparison among 23 native and non-native species of Panama. Poster presented at the 6th North American Forest Ecology Workshop, June 18th – 21st, Vancouver, B.C.

Park, A., and C. Messier (2005). Beautiful plantations: can intensively managed temperate forest plantations fulfill both ecological and timber production objectives. Presented at The 5th North American Forest Ecology Workshop, June 12th – 16th, Aylmer, Quebec.

Moss-Gillespie, N, and Park, A. (2005). Forest certification in a Mexican ejido: field testing F.S.C. principles and criteria in a community-controlled forest. Presented at The 5th North American Forest Ecology Workshop, June 12th – 16th, Aylmer, Quebec.

Moss-Gillespie, N, and Park, A. (2003). “Forest certification in a Mexican ejido: field testing F.S.C. principles and criteria in a community-controlled forest”. Poster presentation at The XII World Forestry Congress, Sept 22 – 26, 2003, Quebec City, Quebec.

Park, A., Kneeshaw, D., Bergeron, Y., and A. Leduc (2003). Species mixing and spatial patterns in a boreal mixedwood chronosequence. Presented at the Fourth North American Forest Ecology Workshop, Corvalis, OR, June 16 – 20, 2003.

Park, A., 2002. “Fire histories and future stand structures in pine-oak stands in the Sierra Madre Occidental”. Poster presentation at Emulating Natural Forest landscape Disturbances: Concepts and Applications, May 14-15, 2002, Saulte St. Marie, Ontario.

Park, A., 1999. “Environmental influences on post-harvest natural regeneration in Mexican pine-oak forests.” Presented at The Fourth Mexican Congress on Forest Resources, Durango, Mexico, Nov. 24 – 26, 1999 (in Spanish).

Park, A., 1999. “Variable fire histories and microenvironment in managed pine oak stands in the Sierra Madre Occidental: presentation of preliminary results.” Expert panel presentation (Magistral). Presented at The Fourth Mexican Congress on Forest Resources, Durango, Mexico, Nov. 24 – 26, 1999 (in Spanish).

Park, A., 1999. “Environmental influences on post-harvest natural regeneration in Mexican pine-oak forests: presentation of preliminary results.” Presented at CONFOR (graduate student forestry conference), Bar Harbor, Maine, February 1999.

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