Forest Ecology Lab

Before 2003

Before 2003


Chen, H.Y.H., and K. Klinka. 2003. Aboveground productivity of western hemlock and western redcedar mixed-species stands in southern coastal British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management 184:55-64.


Chen, H.Y.H., K. Klinka, A-H. Mathey, X. Wang, P. Varga, and C. Chourmouzis. 2003. Are mixed-species stands more productive than single-species stands:An empirical test of three forest types in British Columbia and Alberta. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:1227-1237.


Klinka, K., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2003. Potential productivity of three interior subalpine forest tree species in British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management 175:521-530.


Chen, H.Y.H. 2003. Characteristics of light availability under forest canopies and its influences on photosynthesis of understory plants. Forestry Studies in China 5(3):54-62.


Chen, H.Y.H., and R.V. Popadiouk. 2002. Dynamics of North American boreal mixedwoods. Environmental Reviews 10:137-166.


Vasiliauskas, S., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2002. How long do trees take to reach breast height after fire in northeastern Ontario? Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32:1889-1892.


Wang, X.L., K. Klinka, H.Y.H. Chen, and L. de Montigny. 2002. Root density pattern of western hemlock and western redcedar in single- and mixed-species stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32:997-1004.


Chen, H.Y.H., P.V. Krestov, and K. Klinka. 2002. Trembling aspen site index in relation to environmental measures of site quality at two spatial scales. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32:112-119.


Chen, H.Y.H., and K. Klinka. 2000. Height growth models for high-elevation subalpine fir, Engelmann spruce, and lodgepole pine in interior British Columbia. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 15(2):62-69


Chen, H.Y.H., K. Klinka, and R.D. Kabzems. 1998. Site index, site quality, and foliar nutrients of trembling aspen: Relationships and prediction. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28:1743-1755.


Chen, H.Y.H., K. Klinka, J. Fons, and P.V. Krestov. 1998. Quantitative characterization of nutrient regimes in continental subalpine boreal forest soils. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 78:467–475.


Chen, H.Y.H., and K. Klinka. 1998. Survival, growth, and allometry of planted western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) seedlings in relation to light availability. Forest Ecology and Management 106:169-179.


Chen, H.Y.H., K. Klinka, and R.D. Kabzems. 1998. Height growth and site index models for trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in northern British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management 102:157-165.


Chen, H.Y.H. 1997. Interspecific responses of planted seedlings to light availability in interior British Columbia: survival, growth, allometric patterns, and specific leaf area. Canadian Journal of Forest Research27:1383-1393.


Chen, H.Y.H., and K. Klinka. 1997. Light availability and photosynthesis of planted Pseudotsuga menziesii seedlings grown in forest understory and openTree Physiology 17:23-29.


Chen, H.Y.H., K. Klinka, and G.J. Kayahara. 1996. Effects of light on growth, crown architecture, and specific leaf area of Pinus contorta var. latifolia and Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca saplings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26:1149-1157.


Klinka, K., H.Y.H. Chen, Q. Wang, and L. de Montigny. 1996. Forest canopies and their influence on the cover of understory vegetation in early-seral stands on west Vancouver island. Northwest Science 70:193-200.


Klinka, K., Q. Wang, R.E. Carter, and H.Y.H. Chen. 1996. Height growth-elevation relationships in subalpine forests of interior British Columbia. Forestry Chronicle 72:193-198.


Chen, H. 1991. Effects of forest types on capacity of soil water retention in Shaowu, Fujian, southeastern China. Anhui Ecological Research, Anhui, China. 8: 62-71. (in Chinese with English abstract).