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Development of optimal breeding zones for white spruce in Ontario under current, past, and anticipated future climate change / by Ashley Marie Thomson.
Tree breeding zones are delimited areas where trees are selected and bred, and their progeny are planted. Within these zones, the level of adaptation between seedlings and planting sites is controlled to ensure adequate ...
An Examination of bark beetles and their associated blue stain fungi on boreal jack pine (Pinus banksiana) and white spruce (Picea glauca) in the Thunder Bay Region
Blue stain, caused by members of the Ophiostomatales, is of concern to the forest industry because it can quickly devalue timber by penetrating deep into the sapwood and creating dark blue to black staining. These fungi ...