Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by A. Shand
Spruce budworm damage assessment in northern forests from high resolution satellite imagery. 2003. Leckie, D.G.; Cloney, E.; Gougeon, F.A.; Hill, D.A.; Shand, A.; Alfaro, R.I. Page in Proceedings of the 25th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (CDROM), October 14-17, 2003, Montreal, Quebec. Canadian Remote Sensing Society, Otttawa, Ontario.
Managing spruce budworm in Canada within the framework of ecosystem management. 2003. Alfaro, R.I.; Shand, A.; Nealis, V.G.; Volney, W.J.A.; Fleming, R.A. Page 385 in Proceedings of the XII World Forestry Congress, September 21-28, 2003, Quebec, Canada. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy, Vol. B - Forests for the Planet, Co-published by Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, and the Government of Quebec.
The relationship between biogeoclimatic zones and defoliation by the two-year cycle spruce budworm in Central British Columbia. 2001. Shand, A.; Alfaro, R.I.; Taylor, S.P.; Low, B.; Quenet, R.V. Pages 144-151 in A.M. Liebhold, M.L. McManus, I.S. Otvos, and S.L.C. Fosbroke Proceedings - Integrated management and dynamics of forest defoliating insects, August 15-19, 1999, Victoria BC, Canada. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Newtown Square, PA, General Technical Report NE-277.
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