Jodi N. Axelson
Jodi N. Axelson
Research Leader, Silviculture | B.C. Ministry of Forests
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Influence of fire and mountain pine beetle on the dynamics of lodgepole pine stands in British Columbia, Canada
JN Axelson, RI Alfaro, BC Hawkes
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (9), 1874-1882, 2009
Tamm Review: Reforestation for resilience in dry western US forests
MP North, JT Stevens, DF Greene, M Coppoletta, EE Knapp, AM Latimer, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 432, 209-224, 2019
New reconstructions of streamflow variability in the South Saskatchewan River Basin from a network of tree ring chronologies, Alberta, Canada
JN Axelson, DJ Sauchyn, J Barichivich
Water Resources Research 45 (9), 2009
The changing culture of silviculture
A Achim, G Moreau, NC Coops, JN Axelson, J Barrette, S Bédard, ...
Forestry 95 (2), 143-152, 2022
Changes in stand structure in uneven-aged lodgepole pine stands impacted by mountain pine beetle epidemics and fires in central British Columbia
JN Axelson, RI Alfaro, BC Hawkes
The Forestry Chronicle 86 (1), 87-99, 2010
Continental‐scale tree‐ring‐based projection of Douglas‐fir growth: Testing the limits of space‐for‐time substitution
S Klesse, RJ DeRose, F Babst, BA Black, LDL Anderegg, J Axelson, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (9), 5146-5163, 2020
Periodicity of western spruce budworm in Southern British Columbia, Canada
RI Alfaro, J Berg, J Axelson
Forest Ecology and Management 315, 72-79, 2014
Multicentury reconstruction of western spruce budworm outbreaks in central British Columbia, Canada
JN Axelson, DJ Smith, LD Daniels, RI Alfaro
Forest Ecology and Management 335, 235-248, 2015
Variation in wood anatomical structure of Douglas-fir defoliated by the western spruce budworm: a case study in the coastal-transitional zone of British Columbia, Canada
JN Axelson, A Bast, R Alfaro, DJ Smith, H Gärtner
Trees 28, 1837-1846, 2014
Stand dynamics and the mountain pine beetle—30 years of forest change in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada
JN Axelson, BC Hawkes, L van Akker, RI Alfaro
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48 (10), 1159-1170, 2018
The California Tree Mortality Data Collection Network—Enhanced communication and collaboration among scientists and stakeholders
JN Axelson, J Battles, B Buloan, D Cluck, S Cousins, L Cox, B Estes, ...
California Agriculture 73 (2), 2019
Disturbance–climate relationships between wildfire and western spruce budworm in interior British Columbia
JE Harvey, JN Axelson, DJ Smith
Ecosphere 9 (3), e02126, 2018
Mountain pine beetle increases the complexity of fire-origin lodgepole pine stands in British Columbia, Canada
RI Alfaro, J Axelson, B Hawkes
J. Ecosyst. Manage 9, 1-5, 2008
dfoliatR: An R package for detection and analysis of insect defoliation signals in tree rings
CH Guiterman, AM Lynch, JN Axelson
Dendrochronologia 63, 125750, 2020
Improving the Health of California's Headwater Forests
V Butsic, H McCann, J Axelson, B Gray, Y Jin, J Mount, S Stephens, ...
Public Policy Institute of California, 2017
Historical streamflow variability in the South Saskatchewan River Basin inferred from a network of tree-ring chronologies.
JN Axelson
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2007
Characterizing ground and surface fuels across Sierra Nevada forests shortly after the 2012–2016 drought
E Vilanova, LA Mortenson, LE Cox, BM Bulaon, JM Lydersen, CJ Fettig, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 537, 120945, 2023
Change in the periodicity of a cyclical forest defoliator: An indicator of ecosystem alteration in Western Canada
RI Alfaro, J Berg, B Van Hezewijk, QB Zhang, R Hebda, D Smith, ...
Forest ecology and management 430, 117-125, 2018
Mass tree mortality, fuels, and fire: A guide for Sierra Nevada forest landowners
D McMahon, J Axelson, S Kocher
Synthesis of research into the long-term outlook for Sierra Nevada forests following the current bark beetle epidemic
K Larvie, T Moody, J Axelson, C Fettig, P Cafferata
California Forestry Note 122, 2019
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