Soil Microorganisms

•Brundrett M. 2008. Mycorrhizal associations: the web resource. Available at http://mycorrhizas.info/

•Malloch D. 2009. The mycology web pages. Natural history of the fungi. New Brunswick Museum. You should focus on the page entitled “What fungi are” available at http://website.nbm-mnb.ca/mycologywebpages/NaturalHistoryOfFungi/WhatFungiAre.html

•Smith S.E., and Read D.J. 2008. Mycorrhizal symbiosis. 3rd edtion. Academic Press, San Diego.

•Soil biological communities – http://www.blm.gov/nstc/soil/index.html

•Soil biology primer, USDA-NRCS – http://soils.usda.gov/sqi/concepts/soil_biology/biology.html

Decomposition

•Malloch D. 2009. The mycology web pages. Natural history of the fungi. New Brunswick Museum. You should focus on the page entitled “How fungi work” available at http://website.nbm-mnb.ca/mycologywebpages/NaturalHistoryOfFungi/Physiology.html

•Perry D.A. 1994. Forest Ecosystems. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 649 pp.

•Prescott C.E. 2010. Litter decomposition: what controls it and how can we alter it to sequester more carbon in forest soils? Biogeochemistry 101:133-149.

•Schmidt M.W.I., Torn M.S., Abiven S., Dittmar T., Guggenberger G., Janssens I.A., Kleber M., Kögel-Knabner I., Lehmann J., Manning D.A.C., Nannipieri P., Rasse D.P., Weiner S., and Trumbore S.E. 2011. Persistence of soil organic matter as an ecosystem property. Nature 478 (7367): 49.

•Sylvia D.M., Fuhrmann J.J., Hartel P., and Zuberer D.A. 2004. Principles and applications of soil microbiology. 2nd edition. Prentice Hall.

Harvesting Practices

•BC Ministry of Forests, Mines, and Lands. 2010. The state of British Columbia’s forests. 2010. 3rd edition. Forest Practices and Investment Branch, Victoria, BC. Available at http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfp/sof/2010/SOF_2010_Web.pdf

•BC Ministry of Forests and Range. 2008. Glossary of forestry terms in British Columbia. Available at http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/library/documents/glossary/Glossary.pdf

•BC Ministry of Natural Resource Operations. 2006. Clayoquot Sound land use decision

•Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel. 1995. Scientific Panel for Sustainable Forest Practices in Clayoquot Sound, Report 5, Sustainable ecosystem management in Clayoquot Sound: planning and practices, Victoria, B.C. 296 p. Focus on the following chapters: Chapter 3 – Silvicultural systems http://archive.ilmb.gov.bc.ca/slrp/lrmp/nanaimo/clayoquot_sound/archive/reports/clay53.pdf Chapter 6 – Scenic, Recreational and Tourism Values and Resources

•Franklin J.F., Berg D.R., Thornburgh D.A., and Tappeiner J.C. 1997. Alternative silvicultural approaches to timber harvesting: Variable retention harvest systems. In: Kohm, K.A., Franklin, J.F. (Eds.), Creating a Forestry for the 21st Century, The Science of Ecosystem Management, Island Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 111–139.

•Franklin J.F., Lindenmayer D., MacMahon J.M., McKee A., Magnuson J., Perry D.A., Waide R., and Foster D. 2000. Threads of continuity. Conserv. Biol. Pract.1: 9–16.

•Kimmins J.P. 1997. Forest Ecology. A foundation for sustainable management, 2nd ed. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA. 596 pp.

•Rosenvald R., and Lohmus A. 2008. For what, when, and where is green-tree retention better than clear-cutting? A review of the biodiversity aspects. Forest Ecology and Management 255:1-15. •Silviculture Treatments for Ecosystem Management in the Sayward (STEMS) experiment – http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hre/stems/

Study Sites

•Aubry K.B., Halpern C.B., Peterson C.E. 2009. Variable-retention harvests in the Pacific Northwest: a review of short-term findings from the DEMO study. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 398-408. Available at http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/33419

•Franklin J.F., Berg D.R., Thornburgh D.A., and Tappeiner J.C. 1997. Alternative silvicultural approaches to timber harvesting: Variable retention harvest systems. In: Kohm, K.A., Franklin, J.F. (Eds.), Creating a Forestry for the 21st Century, The Science of Ecosystem Management, Island Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 111–139.

•Mitchell S.J. and Beese W.J. 2002. The retention system: Reconciling variable retention with the principles of silvicultural systems. The Forestry Chronicle 78(3): 397–403.

•Silviculture Treatments for Ecosystem Management in the Sayward (STEMS) experiment – http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hre/stems/

Sampling and Analyses

•Carter, M.R., and Gregorich E.G. (eds). 2008. Soil sampling and methods of analysis. 2nd ed. Canadian Society of Soil Science, CRC Press and Taylor & Francis Group. Oxford, UK.

•Frostegård A., Tunlid A., and Bååth E. 2010. Use and misuse of PLFA measurements in soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43: 1621–1625.

•Sinsabaugh R.L., Saiya-Cork K., Long T., Osgood M.P., Neher D.A., Zak D.R., and Norby R.J. 2003. Soil microbial activity in a Liquidambar plantation unresponsive to CO2-driven increases in primary production. Applied Soil Ecology 24: 263-271.

•Sylvia, D.M., Fuhrmann J.J., Hartel P., and Zuberer D.A. 2004. Principles and applications of soil microbiology. 2nd edition. Prentice Hall.

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