Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by N. Basiliko
Responses of Eastern red-backed salamander (Plethodon cinereus) abundance 1 year after applicati9on of wood ash in a northern hardwood forest.
Dissimilar bacterial and fungal decomposer communities across rich to poor fen peatlands exhibit functional redundancy.
Wood ash as a forest soil amendment: the role of boiler and soil type on soil property response.
Soil 4 Youth: Charting new territory in Canadian high school soil science education.
Microbial activity across a boreal peatland nutrient gradient: the role of fungi and bacteria. 2012. Myers, B.; Webster, K.L.; Mclaughlin, J.W.; Basiliko, N. Wetlands Ecology and Management 20:77-88.
Methane and methanogen community dynamics across a boreal peatland nutrient gradient. 2012. Godin, A.; Mclaughlin,J.W.; Webster, K.L.; Packalen, M.; Basiliko, N. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 48:96-105.
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