Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by B. J. Sinclair
Probability of emerald ash borer impact for Canadian cities and North America: a mechanistic model. 2018. Cuddington, K.; Sobek-Swant, S.; Crosthwaite, J.C.; Lyons, D.B.; Sinclair, B.J. Biological Invasions: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-018-1725-0.
Temperatures experienced by wood-boring beetles in the under-bark microclimate. 2012. Vemunt, B.; Cuddington, KL.; Sobek-Swant, S.; Crosthwaite, J.C.; Lyons,D.B.; Sinclair, B.J. Forest Ecology and Management 269:149-157.
Could phenotypic plasticity limit an invasive species? Incomplete reversibility of mid-winter deacclimation in emerald ash borer. 2012. Sobek-Swant, S.; Crosthwaite, J.C.; Lyons, D.B.; Sinclair, B. J. Biological Invasions 14:115-125.
The importance of taxonomy in responses to invasive alien species. 2009. Douglas, H., Dang, P.T., Gill, B.D., Huber, J.T., Mason, P.G., Parker, D.J., and Sinclair, B.J. Biodiversity, 10(2-3), pp. 92-99.
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