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Abrams M. D., C. M. Ruffner & T. A. Morgan. 1998. Tree-Ring Responses to Drought Across Species and Contrasting Sites in the Ridge and Valley of Central Pennsylvania. Forest Science, Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 550-558.

Abrams M. D., D. A. Orwig, & M. J. Dockry. 1997. Dendroecology and successional status of two contrasting old-growth oak forests in the Blue Ridge Mountains, U.S.A.,. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Vol. 27, pp. 994-1002.

Boer M. M., C. Macfarlane, J. Norris, R. J. Sadler, J. Wallace, P. F. Grierson. 2008. Mapping burned areas and burn severity patterns in SW Australian eucalypt forest using remotely-sensed changes in leaf area index. Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (2008) 4358-4369.

Campbell R., D. McCarroll, N. J. Loader, H. Grudd, I. Roberston & R. Jalkanen. 2007. Blue intensity in Pinus sylvestris tree-rings: developing a new palaeoclimate proxy. The Holocene 17,6 (2007) pp. 821-828.

Campbell R., D. McCarroll, I. Roberston, N. J. Loader, H. Grudd & B. Gunnarson. 2011. Blue intensity in Pinus sylvestris tree-rings: a manual for a new palaeoclimate proxy.Tree-Ring Research, Vol. 67(2), 2011, pp. 127-134.

Carter R., S. LeRoy, T. Nelson, C.P. Laroque, D.J. Smith. 1999. Dendroglaciological investigations at Hilda Creek rock glacier, Banff National Park, Canadian Rocky mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 1999, Vol. 53, No. 3.

Codding, Dana. 2000. Tree ring research yields clues to Pacific climate change. The University of Victoria. http://web.uvic.ca/ucom/Ring/00feb18/treering.html. [Online March 2, 2000].

Duncker P., M. Warensjoe. Detection and classification of compression wood. Forestry Commission. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/ggae-5ggeax.

Fagan M.E., D.R. Peart. Impact of the invasive shrub glossy buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula L.) on juvenile recruitment by canopy trees. Forest Ecology ad Management 194 (2004), pp. 95-107

Guay R., R. Gagnon & H. Morin. 1990. A new automatic and interactive tree-ring measurement system based on a line scan camera. Tree rings and Environment, Proceedings of the International Dendrochronological Symposium (LUNDQUA Report 34), Ystad, SWEDEN, 3-9 Sept. 1990.

Guay R., R. Gagnon & H. Morin. 1992. A new automatic and interactive tree-ring measurement system based on a line scan camera. The Forestry Chronicle, Feb. 1992, Vol. 68, no. 1, pp.138-141.

Guay R., R. Gagnon & H. Morin. 1992. Tree-Ring Density And The Concept of Virtual Slit. IUFRO ALL-DIVISION 5 meeting, August 23-28 1992, Nancy, FRANCE.

Guay R. 1997.
Morphing Technology Applied to Digital Tree Ring Density Measurement. Poster presented at IUFRO, Forest Products for Sustainable Forestry, Pullman, WA, USA, July 1997.

Ivkovich M. & Koshy P. M. 1997. Wood density measurement: comparison of X-ray, photometric, and morphomeric methods. In proceedings: Timber Management Toward Wood Quality and End-Product Value. Proceedings of the 26th Biannual Meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association and International Workshop on Wood Quality (CTIA/IUFRO), August 1997, Quebec City, pp 55-58.

Larocque S.J., D.J. Smith. 2005. A dendroclimatological reconstruction of climate since AD 1700 in the Mt. Waddington area, British Columbia Coast Mountains, Canada. Dendrochronologia 22 (2005) pp 93-106.

Lindgren B.S., K.J. Lewis. The natural role of sprue beetle and root pathogens in a sub-boreal spruce forest in central British Columbia: A retrospective study. Faculty of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, University of Northern British Columbia.

Lopez B.C., S. Sabaté, C.A. Gracia, R. Rodriguez. Wood anatomy, description of annual rings, and responses to ENSO events of Prosopis pallida H.B.K., a wide-spread woody plant of arid and semi-arid lands of Latin America. Journal of Arid Environment 61 (2005) 541-554.

Mailly Daniel, Melanie Gaudreault. 2005. Growth intercept models for black spruce, jack pine and balsam fir in Quebec. The Forestry Chronicle. January/February 2005, Vol. 81, No. 1.

Markussen, T., M. Fladung, V. Achere, J.M. Favre, P. Faivre-Rampant, A. Aragones, D. Da Silva Perez, L. Harvengt, S. Espinel and E. Ritter. Identification of QTLs Controlling Growth, Chemical and Physical Wood Property Traits in Pinus pinaster (Ait.). Silvae Genetica 52, 1 (2003), pp 8-15.

Munson A.D., K. Smith, R. Horvath, J.-C. Ruel, C.-H. Ung, P.-Y. Bernier. 1999. Does harvesting (CPRS) mimic fire? Verifying for black spruce forests in central Québec. Sustainable Forest Management Network. ISBN: 1-55261-025-X.

Myers-Smith I. H., Hik D.S., Kennedy C., Cooley D., Johnstone J.F. Kenney A.J., Krebs C.J. Expansion of Canopy-Forming Willows Over the Twentieth Century on Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, Canada. AMBIO (2011) 40:610-623.

Nieuwenhuis M., F. Barrett. An assessment of the growth potential of birch in Ireland. Crop Science, Horticulture and Forestry. Faculty of Agriculture Research Report 2000-2001. Pp 59-60.

Persson E., A. Elsander, H. Fryk, T. Lind. 2002. Storage of spruce pulpwood for mechanical pulping. Part 1. Effects on wood properties and industrially produced pulp. The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Department of Forest Products and Markets. ISSN: 1651-0704.

Rittie D. & P. Gelhaye. 2002. Détermination d’un seuil de séparation pour la mesure des largeurs de bois initial et final sur l’épicéa commun (Piecea abies Karst. Bulletin des techniques de l’INRA.

Santilli Maurizio, Manuela Pelfini, Michele Citterio, Stefano Turri. 2005. Landscape history in the subalpine karst region of Moncodeno (Lombardy Prealps, Northern Italy). Dendrochronologia 23 (2005) pp 19-27.

Santoro A. E., M. J. Lombardero, M. P. Ayres & J. J. Ruel. 2001. Interactions between fire and dark beetles in an old growth pine forest. Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 144, pp. 245-254.

Sheppard P. R. 1995. Reflected-Light Image Analysis of Conifer Tree Rings for Dendrochronological Research. Ph.D. Thesis 1995, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona.

Schweingruber F. H. Tree Rings: Basic and Applications of Dendrochronology. D. Reidel Publishing Company

Wood Density Measurement: Comparison of X-Ray, Photometric, and Morphometric Methods. Department of Forest Sciences, The University of British Columbia, 270-2357 Main Mall, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4, Canada.

Wu Harry X., A. Colin Matheson & Aljoy Arbaquez. 2002. Inbreeding in Pinus radiata. IV: the effect of inbreeding on wood density. Ann. For. Sci. 59 (2002), pp. 557-562.

Zhang Q.B. & René I. Alfaro. 2002. Periodicity of Two-Year Cycle Spruce Budworm Outbreaks in Central British Columbia: A Dendro-Ecological Analysis. Forest Science, November 2002, Vol. 48, No. 4, pp. 722-731.



XLStem:
Milios E. & Smiris, P. Structure and Development patterns analysis of Fagus sylvatica s.l.-Quercus dalechampii Ten. stands in two areas in the Rhodope mountains of Xanthi region. Silva Gandavensis 66 (2001).

WinRHIZO

Arsenault J.-L., S. Pouleur, C. Messier & R. Guay. 1995. WinRHIZO, a root-measuring system with a unique overlap correction method. HortScience, Vol. 30, pp. 906. (Abstract).

Aspelmeier S. 2001. Genotypic variation in drought response of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth). Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultäten der Georg-August-Universität zu Göttingen.

Augé Robert M., Jennifer L. Moore, Keunho Cho, Jean C. Stutz, David M. Sylvia, Abid K. Al-Agely, Arnold M. Saxton. 2003. Relating foliar dehydration tolerance of mycorrhizal Phaseolus vulgaris to soil and root colonization by hyphae. Journal of Plant Physiology. 0176-1617/01/158

Bauhus J. & Christian Messier. 1999. Evaluation of Fine Root Length and Diameter Measurements Obtained Using RHIZO Image Analysis. Agronomy Journal, Vol. 91, pp. 142-147.

Bingham I.J., Baddeley J.A. & C.A. Waston. 2001. Development and Evaluation of a Technique for the Rapid Measurement of Cereal Root Systems. HGCA, Project Report No. 257. SAC Aberdeen, Craibstone Estate, Bucksburn, Aberdeen, AB21 9YA.
Important note: Rhizotron measurements made with a software designed for washed root measurement. We now have software especially made for rhizotron measurement (WinRHIZO Tron & Tron MF)

Bouma Tjeerd J., Kai L. Nielsen and Bas Koutstaal. Sample preparation and scanning protocol for computerised analysis of root length and diameter. 2000. Plant and Soil, Vol. 218, pp. 185-196.

Caruso L. V., R. C. Pearce & L. P. Bush. 2000. Root development of float system tobacco plants after transplanting. Agr. Med., Vol. 130, pp. 103 - 112

Cascone Ilaria, Lucia Napione, Fabrizio Maniero, Guido Serini and Federico Bussolino. Stable interaction between 5ß1 integrin and Tie2 tyrosine kinase receptor regulates endothelial cell response to Ang-1. The Journal of Cell Builogy, Vol. 170, No. 6, September 12, 2005. Pp. 993-1004.

Clarke, Jodie J. Development of a Greenhouse Tobacco Seedling Performance Index. Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Virginia Polytecnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences. July 2001.

Costa C., L. M. Dwyer, R. I. Hamilton, C. Hamel, L. Nantais & D. L. Smith. 2000. AGROCLIMATOLOGY, A sampling Method for measurement of large Root Systems with Scanner-Based Image Analysis. Agronomy Journal, Vol. 92, No. 4, July-August 2000, pp. 621-627.

Costa C., L.M. Dwyer, C. Hamel, D.F. Muamba, X.L. Wang, L. Nantais, and D.L. Smith. 2001. Root constrast enhancement for measurement with optical scanner-based image analysis. Canadian Journa of Botany, Vol. 79, pp. 23-29.

Costa C., L. M. Dwyer, X. Zhou, P. Dutilleul, C. Hamel, L. M. Reid & D. L. Smith. 2002. Root Morphology of Contrasting Maize Genotypes. Agronomy Journal, Vol. 94, January-February 2002, pp. 96-101.

Danjon F., D. Pot, A. Raffin & F. Courdier. 2000. Genetics of root architecture in 1-year-old Pinus pinaster measured with the WinRHIZO image analysis system: preliminary results. A. Stokes (ed.), The Supporting Roots of Trees and Woody Plants: Form, Function and Physiology, Kluwer Academic Publischers, NETHERLANDS, pp. 77-81.

Derner J., L. Anderson, W. Polley, H. Johnson, R. Jackson & D. Eissenstat. 2002. Root And Rangelands: The Digital Age. USDA. http://nps.ars.usda.gov/publications/publications.htm?SEQ_NO_115=113986. [Online June 6, 2002].

Egli S. & M. Peter. 2002. Influence of environmental changes on the root space of forest trees: diversity of ectomycorrhizas. http://www.wsl.ch/forest/risks/projects/ecto/ecto-en.ehtnl. [Online April 15, 2002].

Finér L., C. Messier & L. De Grandpré. 1997. Fine-root dynamics in mixed boreal conifer-broad-leafed forest stands at different successional stages after fire. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research, Vol. 27, 1997, pp. 304-314.

Guay R. & J.-L. Arseneault. 1996. Win/MacRHIZO root overlap compensation method. Internal technical note no. 4, Regent Instrument Inc., May 1996.

Guay R. 1996. Accuracy of Mac/WinRHIZO V3.3. REGENT INSTRUMENTS Technical note #6, July 1996.

Himmelbauer M., W. Loiskandl & F. Kastanek. 2002. Estimation of root morphological characteristics using Image analyses systems. Instite for Hydraulics and rural Management, University of Agricultural Sciences Vienna.

Hölscher D., D. Hertel, C. Leuschner & M. Hottkowitz. 2002. Tree species diversity and soil patchiness in temperate broad-leaved forest with limited rooting space. Flora by Urban & Fischer Verlag, No. 197, pp. 118-125.

Kraft John M. & W. Boge. 2001. Root Characteristics in Pea in Relation to Compaction and Fusarium Root Rot. Plant Disease, Volume 85, No. 9. Publication No. D-2001-0717-05R.

Krasowski M.J., J.N. Owens, L.E. Tackaberry & H.B. Massicotte. 2000. Above-and below-ground growth of white spruce seedlings with roots divided into different substrates with or without controlled-release fertilizer. A. Stokes (ed.), The Supporting Roots of Trees and Woody Plants: Forms, Function and Physiology, Kluwer Academic Publischers, NETHERLANDS, 2000, pp. 157-169.

Krasowski M.J.. 2003. Root system modifications by nursery culture reflect on post-planting growth and development of coniferous seedlings. The Forestry Chronicle, September-October 2003, Vol. 79, No. 5, pp. 882-891.

Lambany G., L. Veilleux & R. Guay. 1998. Abstract ID: 48, An imaging system applied to the analysis of spruce seedling root structure. Frontiers of Forest Biology 1998 Joint Meeting of The North American Forest Biology (NAFB) and Western Forest Genetics Association (WFGA), June 21 to 26 1998, University of Victoria, CANADA.

Lamhamedi M., G. Lambany, H. Margolis, M. Renaud, L. Veilleux & P. Y. Bernier. 2001. Growth, physiology, and leachate losses in Picea glauca seedlings (1+0) grown in air-slit containers under different irrigation regimes. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research, Vol. 31, pp. 1968-1980.

Leuschner C., D. Hertel, H. Coners & V. Büttner. 2001. Root competition between beech and oak: a hypothesis. Oecologia, No. 126, pp. 276-284.

Majdi Hooshang, Claes-Göran Viebke. 2004. Effects of Fertilization with Dolomite Lime+PK or Wood Ash on Root Distribution and Morphology in a Norway Spruce Stand in Southwest Sweden. Forest Science 50(6) 2004.

Pouleur S. 1995. Accuracy of Measurements with Mac/WinRHIZO. REGENT INSTRUMENTS Technical note #3.

Silva J.S., F.C. Rego & M.A. Martins-Loucao. 2002. Root distribution of Mediterranean woody plants. Introducing a new empirical model. Plant Biosystems, 137 (1) x-xx, 2003.

Silva J.S., F.C. Rego & M.A. Martins-Loucao. 2002. Belowground traits of mediterranean woody plants in a portuguese shrubland. Ecologia Mediterranea, tome 28, fascicule 2, 2002, pp. 5-13.

Tennant D. 1975. A test of a modified line intersect method for estimating root length. J. Ecol., Vol.63, pp. 995-1001

Thoma G., D. Wolf & C. Beyrouty. 2000. Fourth Quarter Progress Summary (Annual Progress Report) for the IPEC project titled, "Using Plants to Remediate Petroleum-Contaminated Soil". University of Arkansas.

Vavrina C.S., P. D. Roberts & N. Kokalis-Burelle. 2001. Growth Enhancement and Systemic Acquired Resistance in the Production of Seepage-irrigated Cantaloupe. University of Florida, FL, USA (www.imok.ufl.edu).

WinSCANOPY

Francesco Chianucci, Andrea Cutini. Estimation of canopy properties in deciduous forests with digital hemispherical and cover photography. Elsevier (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 168 (2013) 130-139)

Bendzsak, Michael. A survey of hardwood recruitment under red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.) Plantations at Joker's Hill, Ontario, Canada. Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, January 2004.

Calfapietra Carlo, Ingmar Tulva, Eve Eensalu, Marta Perez, Paolo De Angelis, Giuseppe Scarascia-Mugnozza, Olevi Kull. 2005. Canopy profiles of photosynthetic parameters under elevated CO2 and N fertilization in a poplar plantation. Environmental Pollution.

Feldhake C.M. 2002. Forage frost protection potential of conifer silvopastures. Agricultural and Forestry Meteorology, 112 (2002) pp. 123-130.

Feldhake C.M., J.P.S. Neel, D.P. Belesky & E.L. Mathias. 2003. Forage response to light level in a northern conifer silvopasture. AFTA 2003 Conf. Proceedings, pp. 92-101.

Feldhake C.M. & D.P. Belesky. 2005. Photosynthetically active radiation use efficiency of Dactylis Glomerata in a hardwood silvopasture. AFTA 2005 Conference Proceedings.

Koch George W., Stephen C. Sillett, Gregory M. Jennings & Stephen D. Davis. 2004. The limits to tree height. Nature, Vol. 428, pp. 851-854.

Kull Olevi, Ingmar Tulva & Elina Vapaavuori. 2003. Influence of Elevated CO2 and O3 on Betula pendula Roth Crown Structure. Annals of Botany 91, pp. 559-569.

Nelson Cara R. & Charles B. Halpern. Edge-Related responses of understory plants to aggregated retention harvest in the Pacific Northwest. Nelson and Halpern in press (Ecological Applications).

Norby Richard J., Johnna D. Sholtis, Carla A. Gunderson, Sara S. Jawdy. 2003. Leaf dynamics of a deciduous forest canopy: no response to elevated CO2. Oecologia (2003) 136, pp. 574-584.

North Malcolm, Jiquan Chen, Brian Oakley, Bo Song, Mark Rudnicki, Andrew Gray and Jim Innes. 2004. Forest Stand Structure and Pattern of Old-Growth Western Hemlock/Douglas-Fir and Mixed-Conifer Forests. Forest Science 50(3) 2004.

WinFOLIA
Aas G., J. Maier, M. Baltisberger & S. Metzger. 1994. Morphology, isozyme variation, cytology, and reproduction of hybrids between Sorbus aria (L.) Crantz and S. Torminalis (L.) Crantz. Botanica Helvetica, Vol. 104, No. 2, pp. 195-214.

Aspelmeier S. 2001. Genotypic variation in drought response of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth). Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultäten der Georg-August-Universität zu Göttingen

Ballian D., Zhelev P., Pandza M., Bobinac M., Acevski J., Raftoyannis Y. & Jarni K. Absence of geographical structure of morphological variation in Juniperus oxycedrus L. subsp. oxycedrus in the Balkan Peninsula. Eur J Fores Res (2011) 130:657-670.

Brus R., Galien U., Bozic G., Jarni K. Morphological study of the leaves of two European black poplar (Populus nigra L.) populations in Slovenia. Periodicum Biologorum Vol. 112, No. 3, 317-325, 2010.

Hilbert D. W. & C. Messier. 1996. Physical simulation of trees to study the effects of forest light environment, branch type and branch spacing on light interception transmission. British Ecological Society, Functional Ecology, No. 10, pp. 777-783.

Hölscher D., D. Hertel, C. Leuschner & M. Hottkowitz. 2002. Tree species diversity and soil patchiness in temperate broad-leaved forest with limited rooting space. Flora by Urban & Fischer Verlag, No. 197, pp. 118-125.

Jarni K., Westergren M., Kraigher H., Brus R. Morphological variability of Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl in the north-western Balkans. Polish Botanical Society 80(3):245-252 (2011).
WinSEEDLE
R.C. Bautista, T.J. Siebenmorgen, and P.A. Counce. 2009. Rice Kernel Chalkiness and Milling Quality Relationship of Selected Cultivars. AAES Research Series 581. B.R. Wells Rice Research Studies 2009 pp. 220-229.

Bingham I. J., J. A. Baddeley & C. A. Watson. 2002. Development and evaluation of a technique for the rapid measurement of cereal root systems. HGCA, Project Report No. 257. http://www.hgca.com/research/DisplayCurrentProjects.asp?ArticleID=4597 [Online April 15, 2002].

Dumais Daniel, Prévost Marcel. 2014. Physiology and growth of advance Picea rubens and Abies balsamea regeneration following different canopy openings. Tree Physiology. January 2014 (online)

Goudie J.W., K.J. Mitchell, G. Nigh, M. DiLucca, A. Nussbaum & K. Polsson. 2002. Modelling the impact of silvicultural activities on the wood charasteristics of western hemlock. FRBC Reference #: PA97718-0RE

Jarni K., Westergren M., Kraigher H., Brus R. Morphological variability of Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl in the north-western Balkans. Polish Botanical Society 80(3):245-252 (2011).

Krasowski M.J., J.N. Owens, L.E. Tackaberry & H.B. Massicotte. 2000. Above-and below-ground growth of white spruce seedlings with roots divided into different substrates with or without controlled-release fertilizer. The Supporting Roots of Trees and Woody Plants: Forms, Function and Physiology, Kluwer Academic Publischers, NETHERLANDS, pp. 157-169.

Lamhamedi M. S., H. Chamberland, P. Y. Bernier & F. M. Tremblay. 2000. Clonal variation in morphology, growth, physiology, anatomy and ultrastructure of container-grown white spruce somatic plants. Tree physiology, Vol.20, pp. 869-880.

Lamhamedi M., G. Lambany, H. Margolis, M. Renaud, L. Veilleux & P. Y. Bernier. 2001. Growth, physiology, and leachate losses in Picea glauca seedlings (1+0) grown in air-slit containers under different irrigation regimes. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research, Vol. 31, pp. 1968-1980.

Sutton A., R.J. Staniforth & J. Tardif. 2002. Reproductive ecology and allometry of red pine (Pinus resinosa) at the northwestern limit of its distribution range in Manitoba, Canada. Can. J. Bot. 80: pp. 482-493 (2002).

Thiffault, N., Hébert, F. & Jobidon, R. 2012. Planted Picea mariana Growth and Nutrition As Influences by Silviculture x Nursery Interactions on an Ericaceous-Dominated Site. Silva Fennice 46(5)667-682.

Vincze, Ildikó. Fire regimes in the Carpathian Region. 2013. Scientific Report, Reference code: COST-STSM-ECOST-STSM-ES0907-261113-037406.

Visdal-Johnsen L., I. Hook & T. Hodkinson. 2002. Computer-aided size characterization of needles and seeds of Taxus species. Poster presented at the Irish Botany Meeting, Maynooth, IRELAND.

2002. Canopy Modelling and Stem Analysis. Forest Service British Columbia. http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/research/pothole/stem.htm. [Online April 15, 2002].

WinCELL

Rossi S., Simard S., Rathgeber C.B.K., Deslauriers A., De Zan C. Effects of a 20-day-long dry period on cambial and apical meristem growth in Abies balsamea seedlings. Trees (2009) 23:85-93.

Seo J.W., Eckstein D. & Jalkanen R. 2012. Screening various variables of cellular anatomy of scots pines in subarctic Finland for climatic signals. IAWA Journal, Vol. 33 (4) 2012, pp. 417-429.

WinCAM NDVI
Jansson Tomas. Estimation of reindeer lichen biomass by image analysis. SLU - Institutionen för skogens ekologi och skötsel. ISSN 1654-1898 (Umea 2012)

Sivritepe H. Ozkan, Nuray Sivritepe, Atilla Eris, Ece Turhan. 2005. The effects of NaC1 pre-treatments on salt tolerance of melons grown under long-term salinity. Scientia Horticulturae 106 (2005) 568-581.
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