Publications

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Whitebark pine branch with immature cones

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Live and dead pines. Photo courtesy of Harry Williams

Bulkley Valley Research Centre whitebark pine reports and publications

Clason et al. 2015. Cumulative stress and disturbance.

Restoration of endangered whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) in the Wetzin'Kwa Community Forest and envrions

Haeussler et al. 2008. Bulkley Valley Research Centre Research Report

Bulkley Valley Research Centre Extension Note #8 2008

Amending SARA Registry to Include Whitebark Pine (2011)

Short Contributions to Nutcracker Notes: Haeussler 2008, Clason et al. 2009, Haeussler 2010, McKay & Krakowski, 2014, Haeussler & Clason, 2014

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation Grant Reports (2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15)

Other Relevant Publications

Pigott, Moody and Clason. 2015. Promoting whitebark pine recovery in British Columbia. SERNbc

Clason, A. 2014. Tactical plan: whitebark pine restoration in the Omineca Region. SERNbc

Leslie, A. 2015. Whitebark pine restoration plan for Mount Robson Provincial Park. SERNbc

Alberta Whitebark Pine Recovery Plan

Wilson, B. 2007. Status of whitebark pine in Alberta

Campbell, E. and J. Antos. 2000. Whitebark pine, blister rust and MPB in British Columbia

Zeglen, S.  2002.  Whitebark pine and white pine blister rust in British Columbia

McClane, S. and S. Aitken. 2012. Whitebark pine assisted migration potential

Palmer and Larson. 2014. Should we move whitebark pine?  Ethics of assisted migration

Smith et al. 2008. Whitebark pine in the Rocky Mountains

Youngblut and Luckman. 2013. Whitebark pine temperature sensitivity

Nutcracker Notes – the newsletter of the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation

See the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada website for many other publications and factsheets on whitebark pine biology, management and a fascinating series of fact sheets on Clark’s Nutcracker behavior.