Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by T.R. Burns
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An allometric-Weibull model for interpreting and predicting the dynamics of foliage biomass on Scots pine branches.
Fleming, R.A.; Burns, T.R.
A scaling problem encountered in the development of a landscape-level, spatially and temporally dynamic model of forest insect disturbances.
Fleming, R.A.; Candau, J.-N.; Hopkin, A.A.; Burns, T.R.; Perera, A.H.
Regression models describe and predict benefits of vegetation management for black spruce. Frontline Technical Note 98.
Fleming, R.A.; Wood, J.E.; Burns, T.R.; Mitchell, E.G.
On estimating the number of seed cones in jack pine seed orchards in Ontario.
Fleming, R.A.; de Groot, P.; Burns, T.R.
Devising sampling methods for inventory of receptive seed cones of jack pine.
Fleming, R.A.; de Groot, P.; Obarymskyj, A.; Burns, T.R.
Scarification trials for direct seeding on upland black spruce sites in northwestern Ontario. O-X-385.
Fleming, R.L.; Mossa, D.S.; Burns, T.R.
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