Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by M. Pacé
Lichens contribute to open woodland stability in the boreal forest through detrimental effects on pine growth and root ectomycorrhizal development.
Differential effects of feather and Sphagnum spp. mosses on black spruce germination and growth.
Ground layer composition may limit the positive impact of precommercial thinning on boreal stand productivity.
Ground layer composition affects tree fine root biomass and soil nutrient availability in jack pine and black spruce forests under extreme drainage conditions.
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