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White papers: final project outcomes

AD 8b
Hub: All
Year: 2024-2026
Amy Wotherspoon, RA

In the final 1.5 years of the project, a second PDF or Research Associate, following AD8a, pursue this work with the objective to ensure that the final research results of the research project are captured through a variety of communication means. The PDF/RA will identity key research outcomes across all Hubs and propose, then lead and publish synthesis review and outcomes papers on select topics. These research outcomes pieces will be published in both highly cited peer reviewed publications as well as in more accessible forestry and industry focused journals as relevant. The PDF/RA will lead a CIF e-lecture series in the final year of the project as well as prepare final reports, Hub summaries and research documents on research outcomes. The PDF/RA will also develop an archival website to store data acquired through the project with the appropriate meta-data summaries for ease of access and use. Outcome (AD.8b): Synthesis review and outcomes papers based on key learning obtained across all Hub sites.

Amy Wotherspoon, RA at the University of British Columbia
Main Partner: Canadian Wood Fibre Centre
Professor Alexis Achim

Thiffault, N., Fera, J., Hoepting, M.K., Jones, T., Wotherspoon, A.R. (2024). Adaptive silviculture for climate change in the Great Lakes-St Lawrence region of Canada. Background and design of a long-term experiment. The Forestry Chronicle. e-First.

Wotherspoon, A.R., Achim, A., Coops, N.C. (2023). Assessing future climate trends and implications for managed forests across Canadian ecozones. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.

Chagnon, C., Wotherspoon, A.R., Achim, A. (2022) Deciphering the black spruce response to climate variation across eastern Canada using a meta-analysis approach. Forest Ecology and Management, 520: 120375.

Wotherspoon, A., Burnett, M., Bernard, A., Achim, A., Coops, N.C. (2022) Climate Scenarios for Canadian Forests. Silva21, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

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