Anne McIntosh
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Comparison of five canopy cover estimation techniques in the western Oregon Cascades
ACS Fiala, SL Garman, AN Gray
Forest ecology and management 232 (1-3), 188-197, 2006
Extraction and analysis of microbial phospholipid fatty acids in soils
SA Quideau, ACS McIntosh, CE Norris, E Lloret, MJB Swallow, K Hannam
Journal of visualized experiments: JoVE, 2016
Use of unmanned aerial vehicles for monitoring recovery of forest vegetation on petroleum well sites
JN Hird, A Montaghi, GJ McDermid, J Kariyeva, BJ Moorman, SE Nielsen, ...
Remote Sensing 9 (5), 413, 2017
A framework to categorize forest structure concepts
NM Nadkarni, ACS McIntosh, JB Cushing
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (5), 872-882, 2008
Potential for lodgepole pine regeneration after mountain pine beetle attack in newly invaded Alberta stands
ACS McIntosh, SE Macdonald
Forest ecology and management 295, 11-19, 2013
Component-based end-user database design for ecologists
JB Cushing, NM Nadkarni, M Finch, ACS Fiala, E Murphy-Hill, ...
Journal of Intelligent Information Systems 29 (1), 7-24, 2007
Linkages between the forest floor microbial community and resource heterogeneity within mature lodgepole pine forests
ACS McIntosh, SE Macdonald, SA Quideau
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 63, 61-72, 2013
Estimating canopy cover from standard forest inventory measurements in western Oregon
ACS McIntosh, AN Gray, SL Garman
Forest Science 58 (2), 154-167, 2012
Database design for ecologists: composing core entities with observations
ACS McIntosh, JB Cushing, NM Nadkarni, L Zeman
Ecological informatics 2 (3), 224-236, 2007
Geographic scale and disturbance influence intraspecific trait variability in leaves and roots of North American understorey plants
BB Kumordzi, I Aubin, F Cardou, B Shipley, C Violle, J Johnstone, ...
Functional Ecology 33 (9), 1771-1784, 2019
Understory plant community composition is associated with fine-scale above-and below-ground resource heterogeneity in mature lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) forests
ACS McIntosh, SE Macdonald, SA Quideau
PloS one 11 (3), e0151436, 2016
Tree species versus regional controls on ecosystem properties and processes: an example using introduced Pinus contorta in Swedish boreal forests
ACS McIntosh, SE Macdonald, MJ Gundale
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42 (7), 1228-1238, 2012
Succession after reclamation: identifying and assessing ecological indicators of forest recovery on reclaimed oil and natural gas well pads
RC Lupardus, ACS McIntosh, A Janz, D Farr
Ecological Indicators 106, 105515, 2019
Severity of impacts of an introduced species corresponds with regional eco‐evolutionary experience
KT Davis, RM Callaway, A Fajardo, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez, RW Brooker, ...
Ecography 42 (1), 12-22, 2019
Data and information management for the monitoring of biodiversity in Alberta
P Sólymos, SF Morrison, J Kariyeva, J Schieck, DL Haughland, ET Azeria, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (3), 472-479, 2015
Short‐term resistance of ecosystem properties and processes to simulated mountain pine beetle attack in a novel region
ACS McIntosh, SE Macdonald
Ecosphere 4 (6), 1-28, 2013
Uncovering traits in recovering grasslands: A functional assessment of oil and gas well pad reclamation
RC Lupardus, ET Azeria, K Santala, I Aubin, ACS McIntosh
Ecological Engineering: X 5, 100016, 2020
Understory vegetation responses to simulated mountain pine beetle attack and salvage logging in grey attack stage lodgepole pine stands
J Steinke, ACS McIntosh, L Schroeder, SE Macdonald
Forest Ecology and Management 474, 118373, 2020
Monitoring ecological recovery of reclaimed wellsites: Protocols for quantifying recovery on forested lands
ACS McIntosh, B Drozdowski, D Degenhardt, CB Powter, CC Small, ...
MethodsX 6, 876-909, 2019
Ecology of understory and below-ground communities in lodgepole pine forests under changing disturbance regimes
ACS McIntosh
University of Alberta (Canada), 2013
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