Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by G.W. Crook
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Direct seeding black spruce and jack pine: A field guide for northern Ontario.
Adams, M.J.; Groot, A.; Crook, G.W.; Fleming, R.L.; Foreman, F.F.
Antistress antioxidant enhances growth and stress tolerance in conifer transplants. NODA Notes 31.
Beall, F.D.; Blake, T.J.; Colombo, S.J.; Darlington, A.; Vishnevetskaia, K.; Crook, G.W.
Advancing boreal mixedwood management in Ontario: proceedings of a workshop held in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario on October 17-19, 1995
Smith, C.R.; Crook, G.W.
An Ontario base map terrain analysis toolbox for resource managers. NODA Notes 17.
Mitchell, E.G.; Crook, G.W.
Bibliography of black spruce literature published by the Canadian Forest Service, Ontario, Great Lakes Forestry Centre 1965-1995. O-X-449.
Haavisto, V.F.; Cameron, D.A.; Crook, G.W.
Hydrological responses of drained peatland forests in Ontario. Frontline Technical Note 75.
Berry, G.J.; Jeglum, J.K.; Crook, G.W.
Costs of alternate strip cutting and clear-cutting in upland black spruce. Frontline Technical Note 70.
Johnson, John D.; Smyth, J.H.; Crook, G.W.
Seed predation by small mammals not a risk for black spruce seeding programs. Frontline Technical Note 48.
Martell, A.M.; Macaulay, A.L.; Crook, G.W.
Vegetation control and stock type improve black spruce establishment. Frontline Technical Note 51.
Wood, J.E.; Mitchell, E.G.; Crook, G.W.
Results of black spruce research in Ontario: a compendium.
Crook, G.W.; Cameron, D.A.
This may not be a complete list of the author's publications. This list provides the author's publications since he or she joined, or worked in cooperation with, the CFS. When available, another link is provided for periods of work elsewhere.