Forest Ecology Lab


147 Searle EB, and Chen HYH. 2017. Climate change-associated trends in biomass dynamics are consistent across soil drainage classes in western boreal forests of Canada. Forest Ecosystems (accepted)
146 Chen S, Shahi C, Chen HYH, and McLaren B. 2017. Economic analysis of forest management alternatives: Compositional objectives, rotation ages, and harvest methods in boreal forests. Forest Policy and Economics (accepted)
145 Kumar PChen HYH, Thomas SC, and Shahi C. 2017. Linking resource availability and heterogeneity to understorey species diversity through succession in boreal forest of Canada. Journal of Ecology DOI:10.1111/1365-2745.12861.
144 Chen HYH, Biswas SR, Sobey TM, Brassard BW and Bartels SF. 2017. Reclamation strategies for mined forest soils and overstorey drive understorey vegetation. Journal of Applied Ecology (accepted)
143 Feng C, Ma Y, Fu S and Chen HYH. 2017. Soil carbon and nutrient dynamics following cessation of anthropogenic disturbances in degraded subtropical forests. Land Degradation & Development DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2781.
142 Hisano M, Searle EB, and Chen HYH. 2017. Biodiversity as a solution to mitigate climate change impacts on the functioning of forest ecosystems. Biological Reviews DOI:10.1111/brv.12351
141 Ma Y, Fu SL, Zhang XP, Zhao K, and Chen HYH. 2017. Intercropping improves soil nutrient availability, soil enzyme activity and tea quantity and quality. Applied Soil Ecology 119: 171-178.
140 Searle EB, and Chen HYH. 2017. Tree size thresholds produce biased estimates of forest biomass dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management 400:468-474.
139 Hume AM, Chen HYH, and Taylor AR. 2017. Intensive forest harvesting increases susceptibility of northern forest soils to carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus loss. Journal of Applied Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12942
138 Sardans J, Grau O, Chen HYH, Janssens IA, Ciais P, Piao S, and Peñuelas J. 2017. Changes in nutrient concentrations of leaves and roots in response to global change factors. Global Change Biology 23: 3849-3856.
137 Biswas SR, Macdonald RL, and Chen HYH. 2017. Disturbance increases negative spatial autocorrelation in species diversity. Landscape Ecology 32: 823-834.
136 Chen HYH, Brant AN, Seedre M, Brassard BW, and Taylor AR. 2017. The contribution of litterfall to net primary production during secondary succession in the boreal forest. Ecosystems 20: 830-844
135 Kumar P, Chen HYH, Thomas SC, and Shahi C. 2017. Effects of coarse woody debris on plant and lichen species composition in boreal forests. Journal of Vegetation Science 28(2): 389-400.
134 Sardans J, Bartrons M, Margalef O, Gargallo-Garriga A, Janssens I, Ciais P, Obersteiner M, Sigurdsson BD, Chen HYH, and Penuelas J. 2017. Plant invasion is associated with higher plant-soil nutrient concentrations in nutrient poor-environments. Global Change Biology 23(3): 1281-1291.
133 Zhang Y, Chen HYH, and Taylor AR. 2017. Positive species diversity and above-ground biomass relationships are ubiquitous across forest strata despite interference from overstorey trees. Functional Ecology 31(2): 419-426.
132 Searle SB, and Chen HYH. 2017. Persistent and pervasive compositional shifts of western boreal forest plots in Canada. Global Change Biology 23(2):857-866.
131 Ma, Z., and Chen HYH. 2017. Effects of species diversity on fine root productivity increase with stand development and associated mechanisms in a boreal forest. Journal of Ecology 105(1):237-245. Journal blog,  Virtual Issue: National Tree Week 2016