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Morley, P.M.; Balatinecz, J.J. 1993. Poplar utilization in Canada: past, present and future. The Forestry Chronicle. 69: 46-52.

Neumann, P.D.; Krahn, H.J.; Krogman, N.T.; Thomas, B.R. 2007. 'My grandfather would roll over in his grave': family farming and tree plantations on farmland. Rural Sociology. 72: 111-135.

Neumann, P.D.; Krogman, N.T.; Thomas, B.R. 2007. Public perceptions of hybrid poplar plantations: trees as an alternative crop. International Journal of Biotechnology. 9: 468-483.

Ondro, W.J. 1991. Present trends and future prospects for poplar utilization in Alberta. The Forestry Chronicle. 67: 271-274.

Park, A.; Wilson, E.R. 2007. Beautiful plantations: can intensive silviculture help Canada to fulfill ecological and timber production objectives? The Forestry Chronicle 83: 825-839.

Richardson, J. 2006. Sustainable production systems for bioenergy: impacts on forest resources and utilization of wood for energy. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30: 279-280.

Richardson, J.; Cooke, J.E.K.; Isebrands, J.G.; Thomas, B.R.; Van Rees, K.C.J. 2007. Poplar research in Canada a historical perspective with a view to the future. Canadian Journal of Botany. 85: 1136-1146.

Stanton, B.; Eaton, J.; Johnson, J.; Rice, D.; Schuette, B.; et al. 2002. Hybrid poplars in the Pacific Northwest: the effects of market-driven management. Journal of Forestry. 100: 28-33.

Strauss, S.H.; Raffa, K.F.; List, P.C. 2000. Ethics and geneticlly engineered plantations. Journal of Forestry. 98: 48.

Thornton, F.C.; Dev Joslin, J.; Bock, B.R.; Houston, A.; Green, T.H.; et al. 1998. Environmental effects of growing woody crops on agricultural land: first year effects on erosion and water quality. Biomass and Bioenergy. 15: 57-69.

Turnbull, J.H. 1994. Developing an integrated approach to biomass energy systems in the United States. Biomass and Bioenergy. 6: 151-158.

Tuskan, G.A. 1998. Short-rotation woody crop supply systems in the United States: what do we know and what do we need to know? Biomass and Bioenergy. 14: 307-315.

van Frankenhuyzen, K.; Beardmore, T. 2004. Current status and environmental impact of transgenic forest trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 1163-1180.

Vance, E.D.; Maguire, D.A.; Zalesny, R.S. Jr. 2010. Research strategies for increasing productivity of intensively managed forest plantations. Journal of Forestry. 108: 183-192.

Volney, W.J.A.; Alfaro, R.I.; Bothwell, P.; Hogg, E.H.; Hopkin, A.; et al. 2005. A framework for poplar plantation risk assessments. Unasylva. 56: 20-25.

Walsh, M.E.; De La Torre Ugarte, G.; Shapouri, H.; Slinsky, S.P. 2003. Bioenergy crop production in the United States: potential quantities, land use changes, and economic impacts on the agricultural sector. Environmental and Resource Economics. 24: 313-333.

Wiese, A.H.; Netzer, D.A.; Riemenschneider, D.E.; Zalesny, R.S. Jr. 2006. A weed compaction roller system for use with mechanical herbicide application. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 23: 66-69.

Wiese, A.H.; Riemenschneider, D.E.; Zalesny, R.S. Jr. 2005. An inexpensive rhizotron design for two-dimensional, horizontal root growth measurements. Tree Planters' Notes. 51: 40-46.

Wullschleger, S.D.; Jansson, S.; Taylor, G. 2002. Genomics and forest biology: Populus emerges as the perennial favorite. The Plant Cell. 14: 2651-2655.

Yemshanov, D.; McKenney, D. 2008. Fast-growing poplar plantations as a bioenergy supply source for Canada. Biomass and Bioenergy. 32: 185-197.

Zalesny, R.S. Jr.; Wiese, A.H.; Bauer, E.O.; Headlee, W.L. Jr.; Hall, R.B.; et al. 2007. An inexpensive and reliable monitoring station design for use with lightweight, compact data loggers. Tree Planters' Notes. 52: 32-35.

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