Publications – Heather Klassen

Listed in order of publication date.

 

  • Klassen, H., S.C. Saunders, J.M. Kranabetter, A. MacKinnon, H. Griesbauer, and O. Fitzpatrick. 2015. Establishment of an interdisciplinary project to evaluate ecological implications of climate change in dry south coast forest ecosystems. Prov. B.C., Victoria, B.C. Tech. Rep. 086. www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Tr/Tr086.htm 
  • Klassen, H.A., P.J. Burton. 2015. Climatic characterization of forest zones across administrative boundaries improves conservation planning Applied Vegetation Science. 18: 343-356. DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12143 
  • Banner, A., W.H. MacKenzie, J. Pojar, A. MacKinnon, S.C. Saunders, and H. Klassen. 2014. A field guide to ecosystem classification and identification for Haida Gwaii. Prov. B.C., Victoria, B.C. Land Manag. Handb. 68. www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Lmh/Lmh68.htm.
  • Kranabetter, J.M., Saunders, S., MacKinnon, J.A., Klassen, H., and Spittlehouse, D.L. 2013. An assessment of contemporary and historic nitrogen availability in contrasting coastal Douglas-fir forests through δ15N of tree rings. Ecosystems 16: 111-122
  • Kranabetter, J.M., de Montigny, L., and Ross, G. 2013. Effectiveness of green-tree retention in the conservation of ectomycorrhizal fungi. Fungal Ecology 6: 430-438.
  • Klassen, H. 2012. Potential impacts of climate change in dry coastal ecosystems of British Columbia. MSc Thesis. UNBC.
  • Kranabetter, J.M., S.C. Saunders, A. MacKinnon, H.A. Klassen, and D.L. Spittlehouse. 2012. An assessment of contemporary and historic nitrogen availability in contrasting coastal Douglas-fir forests through δ15N of tree rings. Ecosystems 16: 111-122.