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Commentary: Climate change insurance: planting aspen seedlings as fuel breaks, by Catherine Schloegel, program Managers of the Nature Conservancy in Boulder, Colorado, and Jordan Mead, Resource Specialist for Summit County Open Space and Trails Department
May 2024 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2024

Commentary: Climate change insurance: planting aspen seedlings as fuel breaks, by Catherine Schloegel, program Managers of the Nature Conservancy in Boulder, Colorado, and Jordan Mead, Resource Specialist for Summit County Open Space and Trails Department...

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Commentary: Do aspen smother or stoke the flames? by Kristin Nesbit, Staff Researcher, Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California Berkeley.
February 2024 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2024

Commentary: Do aspen smother or stoke the flames? by Kristin Nesbit, Staff Researcher, Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California Berkeley.

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Commentary: Sierra forest resilience and aspen restoration by Anne Marie Holt, Forest Conservation Project Manager South Yuba River Citizens League, Nevada City, California
November 2023 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2023

Commentary: Sierra forest resilience and aspen restoration by Anne Marie Holt, Forest Conservation Project Manager South Yuba River Citizens League, Nevada City, California

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What drives oystershell scale invasions? by Connor Crouch, Graduate Research Assistant, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University and Kristen Waring, Professor of Silviculture and Applied Forest Health, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona Universit
August 2023 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2023

What drives oystershell scale invasions? by Connor Crouch, Graduate Research Assistant, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University and Kristen Waring, Professor of Silviculture and Applied Forest Health, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona Universit...

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The WAA: Fifteen year Status by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance, Department of Environment & Society, Ecology Center Associate, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
May 2023 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2023

The WAA: Fifteen year Status by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance, Department of Environment & Society, Ecology Center Associate, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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It’s cold out there! Frost: An overlooked aspen disturbance by Joseph D. Birch, Department of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
February 2023

February 2023

It’s cold out there! Frost: An overlooked aspen disturbance by Joseph D. Birch, Department of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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Facing forest change with humility by Jess Kirby, GISP, Summit County Public Lands Manager, Coalville, Utah
November 2022 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2022

Facing forest change with humility by Jess Kirby, GISP, Summit County Public Lands Manager, Coalville, Utah

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Aspen seedlings for boreal mine reclamation by Bradley Pinno, PhD, RPF, Associate Professor of Silviculture, University of Alberta
August 2022 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2022

Aspen seedlings for boreal mine reclamation by Bradley Pinno, PhD, RPF, Associate Professor of Silviculture, University of Alberta

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Wolf-elk-aspen interactions: Trophic cascade or trickle? by Elaine Brice, Post-doctoral researcher, Cornell University and Dan MacNulty, Associate Professor, Utah State University
May 2022 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2022

Wolf-elk-aspen interactions: Trophic cascade or trickle? by Elaine Brice, Post-doctoral researcher, Cornell University and Dan MacNulty, Associate Professor, Utah State University

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Aspen: A Reason for Hope by Robert A. Andrus, School of Environment, Washington State University
February 2022 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2022

Aspen: A Reason for Hope by Robert A. Andrus, School of Environment, Washington State University

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Lindroth + Aspen: A Legacy of Good Chemistry Ken Keefover-Ring, Assistant Professor, Departments of Botany and Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison
November 2021 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2021

Lindroth + Aspen: A Legacy of Good Chemistry Ken Keefover-Ring, Assistant Professor, Departments of Botany and Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Knowing the WAA Through Connection by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance, Adjunct Associate Professor, Dept. Environment & Society, Ecology Center Associate, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
August 2021 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2021

Knowing the WAA Through Connection by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance, Adjunct Associate Professor, Dept. Environment & Society, Ecology Center Associate, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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District-wide Aspen Habitat Restoration by Don DeLong, Wildlife and Habitat Program Mgr., West Zone of Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF), Afton, Wyoming and Ashley Egan, Wildlife Biologist, BTNF, Jackson, Wyoming
May 2021 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2021

District-wide Aspen Habitat Restoration by Don DeLong, Wildlife and Habitat Program Mgr., West Zone of Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF), Afton, Wyoming and Ashley Egan, Wildlife Biologist, BTNF, Jackson, Wyoming

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Aspen Forests, More Than Just Trees by Marc Coles-Ritchie, Utah Public Lands Manager, Grand Canyon Trust, Salt Lake City, Utah
February 2021 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2021

Aspen Forests, More Than Just Trees by Marc Coles-Ritchie, Utah Public Lands Manager, Grand Canyon Trust, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Mapping aspen genetics and mortality risk: the view from above by Benjamin Blonder, Assist. Prof., Dept. Env. Sci., Policy, and Mgt., Univ. California, Berkeley and Phil Brodrick, Res. Tech., Jet Propulsion Lab., Cal. Inst. of Tech., Pasadena, CA
November 2020 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2020

Mapping aspen genetics and mortality risk: the view from above by Benjamin Blonder, Assist. Prof., Dept. Env. Sci., Policy, and Mgt., Univ. California, Berkeley and Phil Brodrick, Res. Tech., Jet Propulsion Lab., Cal. Inst. of Tech., Pasadena, CA

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Photographing Populus tremuloides: A Visual Xylotheuque by Lance Oditt, WAA Photographer At-Large, Studio 47.60° North, Seattle, Washington
August 2020 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2020

Photographing Populus tremuloides: A Visual Xylotheuque by Lance Oditt, WAA Photographer At-Large, Studio 47.60° North, Seattle, Washington

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Looking ahead at Hart Prairie Preserve by Steve Kinback, Hart Prairie Preserve Manager, The Nature Conservancy, Flagstaff, Arizona
May 2020 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2020

Looking ahead at Hart Prairie Preserve by Steve Kinback, Hart Prairie Preserve Manager, The Nature Conservancy, Flagstaff, Arizona

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Walt Mueggler: Aspen Scientist Extraordinaire by Dale L. Bartos, Aspen Ecologist (retired), US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
February 2020 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2020

Walt Mueggler: Aspen Scientist Extraordinaire by Dale L. Bartos, Aspen Ecologist (retired), US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station

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Aspen Success Hinges on Innovative Technique by Shelly Deisch and David Mallett - Wildlife Habitat Biologists, South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, Rapid City
November 2019 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2019

Aspen Success Hinges on Innovative Technique by Shelly Deisch and David Mallett - Wildlife Habitat Biologists, South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, Rapid City

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Climate’s Cascading Effects In Aspen Systems by Thomas E. Martin, Professor and Senior Scientist, U.S.G.S., University of Montana, Missoula, Montana
August 2019 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2019

Climate’s Cascading Effects In Aspen Systems by Thomas E. Martin, Professor and Senior Scientist, U.S.G.S., University of Montana, Missoula, Montana

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Minnesota Aspen Through A Westerner’s Eyes by Lars C. Snyder, Instructor Naturalist, Camp Widjiwagan, Ely, Minnesota
May 2019 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2019

Minnesota Aspen Through A Westerner’s Eyes by Lars C. Snyder, Instructor Naturalist, Camp Widjiwagan, Ely, Minnesota

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Staying Alive: Community and Quakies in Idaho by Jenny Gonyer, Natural Resources Program Coordinator, Salmon Valley Stewardship (SVS), Salmon, Idaho and Toni Ruth, Executive Director, SVS, Salmon, Idaho
February 2019 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2019

Staying Alive: Community and Quakies in Idaho by Jenny Gonyer, Natural Resources Program Coordinator, Salmon Valley Stewardship (SVS), Salmon, Idaho and Toni Ruth, Executive Director, SVS, Salmon, Idaho

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Aspen seedlings follow Brian Head Fire by Karen Mock, Professor, Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah and Larissa Yocom, Assistant Professor, Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
November 2018 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2018

Aspen seedlings follow Brian Head Fire by Karen Mock, Professor, Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah and Larissa Yocom, Assistant Professor, Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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Beaver are coming for your aspen – are you ready? by Stephen Bennett, Researcher Lead, Fluvial Habitats Center, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
August 2018 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2018

Beaver are coming for your aspen – are you ready? by Stephen Bennett, Researcher Lead, Fluvial Habitats Center, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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Wyoming’s High Desert: Aspen habitat presents challenges by Kevin Spence, Habitat Biologist, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Green River, Wyoming
May 2018 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2018

Wyoming’s High Desert: Aspen habitat presents challenges by Kevin Spence, Habitat Biologist, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Green River, Wyoming

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Ten Years of Aspen Science Outreach by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
February 2018 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2018

Ten Years of Aspen Science Outreach by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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Aspen Regeneration for Wildlife in Alaska by Tom Paragi, Wildlife Biologist, Alaska Dept. Fish & Game, Fairbanks, Fairbanks and Sue Rodman, Wildlife Biologist, Alaska Dept. Fish & Game, Fairbanks, Anchorage
November 2017 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2017

Aspen Regeneration for Wildlife in Alaska by Tom Paragi, Wildlife Biologist, Alaska Dept. Fish & Game, Fairbanks, Fairbanks and Sue Rodman, Wildlife Biologist, Alaska Dept. Fish & Game, Fairbanks, Anchorage

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Uphill Battle to Restore Aspen in the Sierra by John-Pascal Berrill, PhD - Forestry Faculty, Humboldt State University, California
August 2017 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2017

Uphill Battle to Restore Aspen in the Sierra by John-Pascal Berrill, PhD - Forestry Faculty, Humboldt State University, California

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Restoring Aspen with Citizens and Science by Jim Shuler, MD - Wolf Creek Ranch Homeowner
May 2017 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2017

Restoring Aspen with Citizens and Science by Jim Shuler, MD - Wolf Creek Ranch Homeowner

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How to maintain extensive stands of aspen in managed boreal forests by Victor Lieffers – Professor, Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
February 2017 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2017

How to maintain extensive stands of aspen in managed boreal forests by Victor Lieffers – Professor, Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

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A search for browse-resistant aspen by Ralph Baierlein, Friends of Northern Arizona Forests, Flagstaff, Arizona
November 2016 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2016

A search for browse-resistant aspen by Ralph Baierlein, Friends of Northern Arizona Forests, Flagstaff, Arizona

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Can aspen persist in conifer dominated forests? by Douglas H. Page, retired federal forester/silviculturists, Cedar City, Utah and John D. Shaw, Analysis Team Leader, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, Utah
August 2016 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2016

Can aspen persist in conifer dominated forests? by Douglas H. Page, retired federal forester/silviculturists, Cedar City, Utah and John D. Shaw, Analysis Team Leader, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, Utah

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“Aspen is not a tree, it’s a root system” (Anonymous) by Annie DesRochers, Professor, Forest Research Institute, University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
May 2016 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2016

“Aspen is not a tree, it’s a root system” (Anonymous) by Annie DesRochers, Professor, Forest Research Institute, University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada

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Growing Aspen in Cultivated Landscapes by Michael R. Kuhns, Department Head and Professor, Wildland Resources Dept., Extension Forester, Utah State University, Logan, UT
January 2016 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

January 2016

Growing Aspen in Cultivated Landscapes by Michael R. Kuhns, Department Head and Professor, Wildland Resources Dept., Extension Forester, Utah State University, Logan, UT

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Fontenelle Wildfire: Partnership Success Story by Jill Randall, Terrestrial Habitat Biologist, Wyoming Game and Fish Dept., Pinedale, WY
November 2015 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2015

Fontenelle Wildfire: Partnership Success Story by Jill Randall, Terrestrial Habitat Biologist, Wyoming Game and Fish Dept., Pinedale, WY

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Aspen and climate change: Recent mortality portends bad news by William R. L. Anderegg, NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellow Princeton Environmental Institute Princeton University
August 2015 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2015

Aspen and climate change: Recent mortality portends bad news by William R. L. Anderegg, NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellow Princeton Environmental Institute Princeton University

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Remembering the Genet of Aspen Researchers by Dan Kashian, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
May 2015 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2015

Remembering the Genet of Aspen Researchers by Dan Kashian, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan

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An Interagency Approach to Aspen Management - Soda Hills Case Study by Shelli Mavor, Fire Ecologist/Fuels Specialist/Noxious & Invasive Coordinator, Bureau of Land Management, Pocatello Field Office, Pocatello, Idaho and Channing Swan, Forester, BLM, Poca
February 2015 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2015

An Interagency Approach to Aspen Management - Soda Hills Case Study by Shelli Mavor, Fire Ecologist/Fuels Specialist/Noxious & Invasive Coordinator, Bureau of Land Management, Pocatello Field Office, Pocatello, Idaho and Channing Swan, Forester, BLM, Poca...

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Aspen soil - The dynamic world below the surface by Helga Van Miegroet, Professor, Wildland Soils and Biogeochemistry, Department of Wildland Resources and Ecology Center, Utah State University
November 2014 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2014

Aspen soil - The dynamic world below the surface by Helga Van Miegroet, Professor, Wildland Soils and Biogeochemistry, Department of Wildland Resources and Ecology Center, Utah State University

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Rethinking aspen regeneration: the case for a bright future by Simon M. Landhäusser, Professor, Alberta School of Forest Science and Management, Dept. Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
August 2014 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2014

Rethinking aspen regeneration: the case for a bright future by Simon M. Landhäusser, Professor, Alberta School of Forest Science and Management, Dept. Renewable Resources, University of Alberta

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Restoring Aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park by Therese Johnson, Biologist, Rocky Mountain National Park, Fort Collins, Colorado
May 2014 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2014

Restoring Aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park by Therese Johnson, Biologist, Rocky Mountain National Park, Fort Collins, Colorado

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Did aspen decline go away? by John Guyon, Forest Pathologist, US Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, Ogden Field Office, Ogden, Utah
February 2014 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2014

Did aspen decline go away? by John Guyon, Forest Pathologist, US Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, Ogden Field Office, Ogden, Utah

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Does Aspen Need Fire? by Douglas Shinneman, Research Fire Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Boise, Idaho
November 2013 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2013

Does Aspen Need Fire? by Douglas Shinneman, Research Fire Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Boise, Idaho

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Thoughts on 41.5 years of Forest Service Aspen Research by Dale L. Bartos, Aspen Ecologist (retired), US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
August 2013 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2013

Thoughts on 41.5 years of Forest Service Aspen Research by Dale L. Bartos, Aspen Ecologist (retired), US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station

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Aspen management in Sweden – from pest to keystone species by Lars Edenius, Professor in Wildlife Ecology, Senior Lecturer and Extension Specialist, Department of Wildlife, Fish & Environmental Studies, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, S
May 2013 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2013

Aspen management in Sweden – from pest to keystone species by Lars Edenius, Professor in Wildlife Ecology, Senior Lecturer and Extension Specialist, Department of Wildlife, Fish & Environmental Studies, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, S...

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Thank Goodness for 'Rocks and Ice' by Gregory H. Aplet, Senior Forest Scientist, The Wilderness Society, Denver, Colorado
February 2013 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2013

Thank Goodness for 'Rocks and Ice' by Gregory H. Aplet, Senior Forest Scientist, The Wilderness Society, Denver, Colorado

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Manager's View: Sheep Creek Aspen Restoration by Tim Benedict, Forester, U.S. Forest Service, Helena National Forest, Helena, Montana
November 2012 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2012

Manager's View: Sheep Creek Aspen Restoration by Tim Benedict, Forester, U.S. Forest Service, Helena National Forest, Helena, Montana

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No simple answer to “What killed the Aspen?” by Mary Lou Fairweather, Plant Pathologist, Arizona Zone Forest Health Protection, US Forest Service, Flagstaff, Arizona
August 2012 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2012

No simple answer to “What killed the Aspen?” by Mary Lou Fairweather, Plant Pathologist, Arizona Zone Forest Health Protection, US Forest Service, Flagstaff, Arizona

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Thinking like a clone: a case for biodiversity by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance & Adjunct Assistant Professor, Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan,, Utah
May 2012 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2012

Thinking like a clone: a case for biodiversity by Paul C. Rogers, Director, Western Aspen Alliance & Adjunct Assistant Professor, Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan,, Utah

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Facilitation in aspen-conifer forests by Samuel St. Clair, Assistant Professor of Plant Physiological Ecology, Brigham Young University, Utah
February 2012 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2012

Facilitation in aspen-conifer forests by Samuel St. Clair, Assistant Professor of Plant Physiological Ecology, Brigham Young University, Utah

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Importance of Aspen Stand Structure to Avian Abundance and Diversity by Dr. Susan Earnst, Research Wildlife Biologist, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Snake River Field Station, Boise, Idaho
November 2011 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2011

Importance of Aspen Stand Structure to Avian Abundance and Diversity by Dr. Susan Earnst, Research Wildlife Biologist, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Snake River Field Station, Boise, Idaho

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Prescribed fire for aspen and wildlife near Jackson, Wyoming, USA by Steve Kilpatrick, Contracts Director, Teton Science Schools, Jackson
August 2011 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2011

Prescribed fire for aspen and wildlife near Jackson, Wyoming, USA by Steve Kilpatrick, Contracts Director, Teton Science Schools, Jackson

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Landscape genetic studies raise new questions about old paradigms by Karen E. Mock, Associate Professor, Dept. of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah and James N. Long, Professor, Dept. of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Loga
May 2011 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2011

Landscape genetic studies raise new questions about old paradigms by Karen E. Mock, Associate Professor, Dept. of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah and James N. Long, Professor, Dept. of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Loga...

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Climate change and sudden aspen decline by Nicholas L. Crookston, U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho
February 2011 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

February 2011

Climate change and sudden aspen decline by Nicholas L. Crookston, U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho

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Aspen (Populus tremuloides) and biodiversity by Robert L. Beschta is an Emeritus Professor, Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
November 2010 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

November 2010

Aspen (Populus tremuloides) and biodiversity by Robert L. Beschta is an Emeritus Professor, Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

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Tracking contemporary aspen sciences: a critical endeavor for land managers by Ron Ryel is an Associate Professor of Plant Ecology in the Wildland Resources Department at Utah State University, Logan, Utah
August 2010 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

August 2010

Tracking contemporary aspen sciences: a critical endeavor for land managers by Ron Ryel is an Associate Professor of Plant Ecology in the Wildland Resources Department at Utah State University, Logan, Utah

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A West-wide Consortium to Promote Aspen Landscapes and Healthy Watersheds by Dale Bartos is a Research Ecologist for the U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Logan, Utah. The views expressed here are the author’s and not necessarily thos
May 2010 | Trembling Newsletter | WAA

May 2010

A West-wide Consortium to Promote Aspen Landscapes and Healthy Watersheds by Dale Bartos is a Research Ecologist for the U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Logan, Utah. The views expressed here are the author’s and not necessarily thos...