Brett Purdy
Brett Purdy
university of alberta
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Naturally saline boreal communities as models for reclamation of saline oil sand tailings
BG Purdy, S Ellen Macdonald, VJ Lieffers
Restoration Ecology 13 (4), 667-677, 2005
Urbanization and the loss of prime farmland: A case study in the Calgary–Edmonton corridor of Alberta
F Martellozzo, N Ramankutty, RJ Hall, DT Price, B Purdy, MA Friedl
Regional Environmental Change 15, 881-893, 2015
The regeneration niche of white spruce following fire in the mixedwood boreal forest
BG Purdy, MRT Dale, SE MacDonald
Genetic variation, breeding system evolution, and conservation of the narrow sand dune endemic Stellaria arenicola and the widespread S. longipes (Caryophyllaceae)
BG Purdy, RJ Bayer, SE Macdonald
American Journal of Botany 81 (7), 904-911, 1994
Genetic diversity in the tetraploid sand dune endemic Deschampsia mackenzieana and its widespread iploid progenitor D. Cespitosa (Poaceae)
BG Purdy, RJ Bayer
American Journal of Botany 82 (1), 121-130, 1995
Allozyme variation in the Athabasca sand dune endemic, Salix silicicola, and the closely related widespread species, S. alaxensis
BG Purdy, RJ Bayer
Systematic Botany, 179-190, 1995
Evidence of partial apomixis in Antennaria media (Asteraceae: Inuleae) detected by the segregation of genetic markers
RJ Bayer, K Ritland, BG Purdy
American Journal of Botany 77 (8), 1078-1083, 1990
Niche differentiation among eight sexual species of Antennaria Gaertner (Asteraceae: Inuleae) and A. rosea, their allopolyploid derivative
RJ Bayer, BG Purdy, DG Lebedyk
Evolutionary Trends in Plants, 1991
Genetic variation in populations of the endemic Achillea millefolium ssp. megacephala from the Athabasca sand dunes and the widespread ssp. lanulosa in …
BG Purdy, RJ Bayer
Canadian Journal of Botany 74 (7), 1138-1146, 1996
Managing genetic resources of lodgepole pine in west-central Alberta: patterns of isozyme variation in natural populations and effects of forest management
SE Macdonald, BR Thomas, DM Cherniawsky, BG Purdy
Forest ecology and management 152 (1-3), 45-58, 2001
Growth of aspen and white spruce on naturally saline sites in northern Alberta: Implications for development of boreal forest vegetation on reclaimed saline soils
EB Lilles, BG Purdy, SE Macdonald, SX Chang
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 92 (1), 213-227, 2012
Soil and groundwater characteristics of saline sites supporting boreal mixedwood forests in northern Alberta
EB Lilles, BG Purdy, SX Chang, SE Macdonald
Canadian journal of soil science 90 (1), 1-14, 2010
Soil capping research in the Athabasca Oil Sands region
L Barbour, D Chanasyk, J Hendry, L Leskiw, T Macyk, C Mendoza, ...
Technology synthesis 1, 2007
Population differentiation of the Stellaria longipes complex within Saskatchewan's Athabasca sand dunes
SE Macdonald, CC Chinnappa, DM Reid, BG Purdy
Canadian journal of botany 65 (8), 1726-1732, 1987
Reclamation research at Syncrude Canada’s mining operation in Alberta’s Athabasca oil sands region
C Qualizza, D Chapman, SL Barbour, B Purdy
Proceedings, International Conference on Ecological Restoration SER2004 …, 2004
Mapping tree species in a boreal forest area using RapidEye and LiDAR data
X Yang, N Rochdi, J Zhang, J Banting, D Rolfson, C King, K Staenz, ...
2014 IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 69-71, 2014
A multi-disciplinary approach to reclamation research in the oil sands region of Canada
CJ Kelln, SL Barbour, B Purdy, C Qualizza
Appropriate Technologies for Environmental Protection in the Developing …, 2009
Aesthetics for mine closure
G McKenna, E Scordo, D Shuttleworth, J Straker, B Purdy, J Buchko
Science and practice: sustaining the boreal forest
TS Veeman, DW Smith, BG Purdy, FJ Salkie, GA Larkin
Conference Proceedings, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1999
Natural regeneration of white spruce following natural disturbance in the western boreal forest
SE MacDonald, V Peters, BG Purdy, M Dale
Sustainable Forest Management Network (Project report). University of …, 2001
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