Publications – John Russell

Listed in order of publication date.

 

  • Dungey, H.S., J.H. Russell, J. Costa e Silva, C.B. Low, M.A. Miller, K.R. Fleet, and G.T. Stovold. 2013. The effectiveness of cloning for the genetic improvement of Mexican white cypress Cupressus lusitanica (Mill.). Tree Genetics Genomes 9(2):443-453 [Link]
  • Gray, L.K, Russell, J., Yanchuk, A. and Barbara Hawkins. 2013. Predicting the risk of cedar leaf blight (Didymascella thujina) in British Columbia under future climate change. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 180:152-163.
  • Kimball, B.A., J.H. Russell, and P.K. Ott. 2012. Phytochemical variation within a single plant species influences foraging behavior of deer. Oikos 121(5):743-751 [Link]
  • Russell, J. 2012. A New Conifer Species Affects Taxonomic Classification in the Cupressaceae. TICtalk 11(1):3-4 [TICtalk 2012 2360KB]
  • Russell, J.H. and J. Krakowski. 2012. Geographic variation and adaptation to current and future climates of Callitropsis nootkatensis populations. Can. J. For. Res. 42(12):2118-2129 [Link]
  • Mullin, T.J., Andersson, B., Bastien, J.-C., Beaulieu, J., Burdon, R.D., Dvorak, W.S., King, J.N., Kondo, T., Krakowski, J., Lee, S.J., McKeand, S.E., Pâques, L., Raffin, A., Russell, J., Skrøppa, T., Stoehr, M., and Yanchuk, A.D.  2011.  Chapter 2: Economic importance, breeding objectives and achievements.  Pp. 40-127. In: Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Conifers.  Edited by: C. Plomion, J. Bousquet and C. Kole.  Science Publishers, Inc., Enfield, NH; Edenbridge Ltd., UK.
 
  • Massah, N., J. Wang, J.H. Russell, A. Van Niejenhuis, and Y.A. El-Kassaby. 2010. Genealogical Relationship among Members of Selection and Production Populations of Yellow Cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis [D. Don] Oerst.) in the Absence of Parental Information. J. Hered. 101(2):154-163. [Link]
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 2010. Ecophysiological processes of western redcedar (Thuja plicata) and yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis). pages 33-36 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 2010. Physiological variation among western redcedar (Thuja plicata Donn ex D. Don) populations in response to short-term drought. Ann. For. Sci. 67(5):506. [Link]
  • Foster, A., L. Mortimer, D. Hall, R. Gries, G. Gries, A. Plant, J. Bohlmann, J. Russell, and J. Mattsson. 2010. Development of markers for ungulate browsing resistance in western redcedar (Thuja plicata Donn ex D. Don). page 80 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Dungey, H.S., J.H. Russell, C.B. Low, and G.T. Stovold. 2010. A new plan for cypresses. New Zealand Tree Grower 31(1):29 
  • van den Driessche, R. and J.H. Russell. 2010. Influence of N and P supply on rooting of yellow-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) cuttings for planting stock production. page 129 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and D.C. Ferguson. 2010. Western redcedar browse resistance breeding and deployment material. pages 160-162 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and J. Krakowski. 2010. Breeding and deployment for western redcedar deer resistance. page 156 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and J. Krakowski. 2010. Gene resource management for western redcedar and yellow-cedar. page 156 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and J. Krakowski. 2010. Yellow-cedar and western redcedar adaptation to present and future climates. pages 65-70 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and J. Krakowski. 2010. Yellow-cedar in British Columbia. New Zealand Tree Grower 31(1):26-28 [Link]
  • Russell, J. and B. Daniels. 2010. Variation in western redcedar heartwood extractives. pages 83-86 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. 2010. A Canadian tree breeder's view on cypresses in New Zealand. New Zealand Tree Grower 31(1):22-25 
  • Russell, J.H. and B. Kimball. 2010. Summary of western redcedar browse resistance research. pages 163-165 in Harrington, Constance 2010. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-828. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 177 p. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. 2008. Deployment of deer resistant western redcedar seedlots. In: Dumroese R.K. And L.E. Riley (technical coordinators). National Proceedings: Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations-2007. Fort Collins (CO): USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Proceedings RMRS-P-57: 149-153. 
  • Fan, S., S.C. Grossnickle, and J.H. Russell. 2008. Morphological and physiological variation in western redcedar (Thuja plicata) populations under contrasting soil water conditions. Trees 22(5):671-683. [Link]
  • Bishir, J., A.D. Yanchuk, J.H. Russell, and K.R. Polsson. 2008. BCWEEVIL: A simulation model of the joint population dynamics between spruce weevil and Sitka spruce, over the lifetime of a plantation. Ecological Complexity 5(3):260-271. 
  • Bishir, J., A.D. Yanchuk, J.H. Russell, and K.R. Polsson. 2008. BCWEEVIL: A simulation
  • Russell, J.H. and D.C. Ferguson. 2008. Preliminary results from five generations of a western redcedar (Thuja plicata) selection study with self-mating. Tree Genetics Genomes 4(3):509-518. [Link]
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 2008. Yellow-cedar and western redcedar ecophysiological response to fall, winter and early spring temperature conditions. Ann. For. Sci. 63(1):1-8. [Link]
  • Kimball, B.A., J.H. Russell, J. DeGraan, and K.R. Perry. 2008. Screening hydrolyzed casein as a deer repellent for reforestation applications. West. J. Appl. For. 23(3):172-176. 
  • O'Neill, G.A., N.K. Ukrainetz, M.R. Carlson, C.V. Cartwright, B.C. Jaquish, J.N. King, J. Krakowski, J.H. Russell, M.U. Stoehr, C-Y. Xie, and A.D. Yanchuk. 2008. Assisted migration to address climate change in British Columbia: recommendations for interim seed transfer standards. B.C. Min. For. Range, Res. Br., Victoria, B.C. Tech. Rep. 048. http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Tr/Tr048.htm [Link]
  • Pharis, R.P., J.H. Russell, R.D. Guy, S.D. Mansfield, R. Zhang, and L.V. Kurepin. 2007. Enhanced flowering and early progeny testing - Two important tools in tree improvement. A New Era for the Conservation and Utilization of Forest Genetic Resources. Forest Seed Research Ctr, Suanbo, Korea Forest Research Institute, Suwon, Korea. pp 114-140.
  • Hak, O. and J.H. Russell. 2007. Increasing quality seed production in western redcedar orchards: a synthesis of a multi-year foliar-applied gibberellin A3 study. For. Gen. Council BC. Ext. Note 9. [PDF 661KB]
  • Daniels, C.R. and J.H. Russell. 2007. Analysis of western redcedar (Thuja plicata Donn) heartwood components by HPLC as a possible screening tool for trees with enhanced natural durability. J. Chrom. Sci. 45(5):281-285. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and O. Hak. 2007. Effect of foliar-applied gibberellin A3 on male and female strobilus production and cone and seed quality in western redcedar (Thuja plicata Donn). West. J. Appl. For. 22(4):297-306. 
  • Russell, J.H., H.H. Kope, P. Ades, and H. Collinson. 2007. Variation in cedar leaf blight (Didymascella thujina) resistance of western redcedar (Thuja plicata). Can. J. For. Res. 37(10):1978-1986. [Link]
  • Wang, T. and J.H. Russell. 2006. Evaluation of Selfing Effects on Western Redcedar Growth and Yield in Operational Plantations Using the Tree and Stand Simulator (TASS). For. Sci. 52(3):281-289. 
  • Russell, J. 2006. Will Deer-resistant Western Redcedar Become a Reality?. TICtalk 7(1):20-22. [TICtalk 2006 1319KB]
  • Yanchuk, A., J. Bishir, J. Russell, and K. Polsson. 2006. Variation in volume production through clonal deployment: results from a simulation. Silvae Genetica 55(1):25-37. 
  • Krakowski, J., A. Benowicz, J.H. Russell, and Y.A. El-Kassaby. 2005. Effects of serial propagation, donor age, and genotype on Chamaecyparis nootkatensis physiology and growth traits. Can. J. For. Res. 35(3):623-632. [Link]
  • O'Neill, G.A., J.H. Russell, B.D. Hooge, P.K. Ott, and C.D.B. Hawkins. 2005. Estimating gains from genetic tests of somatic emblings of interior spruce. For. Gen. 12(1):57-66. 
  • Grossnickle, S.C., S. Fan, and J.H. Russell. 2005. Variation in gas exchange and water use efficiency patterns among populations of western redcedar. Trees: Structure and Function 19(1):32-42. [Link]
  • Kimball, B.A., J.H. Russell, D.L. Griffin, and J.J. Johnston. 2005. Response factor considerations for the quantitative analysis of western redcedar (Thuja plicata) foliar monoterpenes. J. Chrom. Sci. 43(5):253-258.
  • Russell, J. 2004. Breeding western redcedar for herbivore resistance. In: O'Neill, G.A. and J.D. Simpson (Editors). 2004. Proceedings of the twenty-ninth meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association - part 2: climate change and forest genetics. Can. Tree Improve. Assoc., July 26-29, Kelowna, B.C. pp. 94. [PDF 8395KB]
  • O'Connell, L.M., J.H. Russell, and K. Ritland. 2004. Fine-scale estimation of outcrossing in western redcedar with microsatellite assay of bulked DNA. Heredity 93(4):443-449. [Link]
  • Hak, O. and J.H. Russell. 2004. Environmental effects on yellow-cedar pollen quality. For. Gen. Council BC. Ext. Note 5. 
  • Carlson, M., C. Cartwright, B. Jaquish, J. King, S. L'Hirondelle, G. O'Neill, J. Russell, M. Stoehr, C-Y. Xie, and A. Yanchuk. 2004. British Columbia Ministry of Forests Forest Genetics Research and Tree Breeding Program. In: Simpson, J.D. (editor). Proceedings of the 29th Meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association. July 26-29, 2004, Kelowna, BC. pp.91-100. [PDF 1629KB]
  • Russell, J. and C. Ferguson. 2004. Techniques and preliminary results from four generations of selfing western redcedar. In: O'Neill, G.A. and J.D. Simpson (Editors). 2004. Proceedings of the twenty-ninth meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association - part 2: climate change and forest genetics. Can. Tree Improve. Assoc., July 26-29, Kelowna, B.C. pp. 66. [PDF 8395KB]
  • Russell, J. and C. Ferguson. 2004. Techniques and preliminary results from four generations of selfing Western redcedar. In: Climate Change and Forest Genetics, 29th Meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association, July 26-29, 2004, Kelowna, BC. pp.23. 
  • Russell, J. and C. Ferguson. 2004. Techniques and preliminary results from four generations of selfing western redcedar. In: O'Neill, G.A. and J.D. Simpson (Editors). 2004. Proceedings of the twenty-ninth meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association - part 2: climate change and forest genetics. Can. Tree Improve. Assoc., July 26-29, Kelowna, B.C. pp. 66. [PDF 8395KB]
  • Russell, J.H., R.D. Burdon, and A.D. Yanchuk. 2003. Inbreeding depression and variance structures for height and adaptation in self- and outcross Thuja plicata families in varying environments. For. Gen. 10(3):171-184. 
  • Vourc'h, G., J.H. Russell, D. Gillon, and J-L. Martin. 2003. Short-term effect of defoliation on terpene content in Thuja plicata. EcoScience 10(2):161-167. 
  • Vourc'h, G., J. Russell, and J-L. Martin. 2002. Linking Deer Browsing and Terpene Production Among Genetic Identities in Chamaecyparis nootkatensis and Thuja plicata (Cupressaceae). J. Hered. 93(5):370-376. [Link]
  • Anderson, E.D., J.N. Owens, A.M. Colangeli, and J.H. Russell. 2002. Challenges facing Chamaecyparis nootkatensis seed orchards: low seed production, pollen-cone abortion, self-pollination, and accelerated embryo development. Can. J. For. Res. 32(8):1411-1419. [Link]
  • O'Connell, L.M., F. Viard, J.H. Russell, and K. Ritland. 2001. The mating system in natural populations of western redcedar (Thuja plicata). Can. J. Bot. 79(6):753-756. [Link]
  • Burdon, R.D. and J.H. Russell. 2001. Testing for parent x mating type interaction between self- and half-sib families. For. Gen. 8(2):171. 
  • Hawkins, B.J., J.H. Russell, and J.T. Arnott. 2000. Cold hardiness of yellow-cedar. In: Frost Hardiness of Conifers. S. Colombo (Editor).
  • Russell, J. 2000. Western redcedar: managing the contradiction. TICtalk 3(1):14-15. [TICtalk 3 - 2000 669KB]
  • Burdon, R.D. and J.H. Russell. 1998. Inbreeding depression in selfing experiments: Statistical issues. For. Gen. 5(3):179-189. 
  • Russell, J.H. 1998. Genecology of Chamaecyparis nootkatensis. In: A.D. Laderman (editor), 1998. Coastally Restricted Forests. Oxford Press, pp 82-92. [Link]
  • Wigmore, B.G. and J.H. Russell. 1998. Use of Vegetative Propagules in Reforestation in B.C. In: National Proc: Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations. USDA Southern Res. Stat., Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-25. 192pp. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. 1998. Yellow-cedar: Importance and potential. In: Kooistra, C. (Editor). Proceedings of the 1995,1996, and 1997 annual meetings of the Forest Nursery Association of BC, Canada. 197pp.
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 1996. Changes in shoot water relations parameters of yellow-cedar in response to environmental variables. Can. J. Bot. 74(1):31-39. [Link]
  • Folk, R.S., S.C. Grossnickle, and J.H. Russell. 1995. Gas exchange, water relations and morphology of yellow-cedar seedlings and stecklings before planting and during field establishment. New Forests 9(1):1-20. [Link]
  • El-Kassaby, Y., J. Russell, and K. Ritland. 1994. Mixed Mating in an Experimental Population of Western Red Cedar. J. Hered. 85(3):227-231. [Link]
  • Hawkins, B.J., J.H. Russell, and R.L. Shortt. 1994. Effect of population, environment and maturation on the frost hardiness of yellow-cedar. Can. J. For. Res. 24(5):945-953. [Link]
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 1993. Water relations and gas exchange processes of yellow-cedar donor-plants and cuttings in response to maturation. For. Ecol. Manage. 56(1-4):185-198. [Link]
  • Sutton, B.C.S., S. Grossnickle, D. Roberts, J. Russell, and G. Kiss. 1993. Somatic embryogenesis and tree improvement in interior spruce. J. For. 91(10):34-38. 
  • Russell, J.H. 1993. Clonal forestry with yellow-cedar. In: Ahuja, M.R. and Libby, W.J. Eds. Clonal Forestry II: Conservation and Application. Springer-Verlag. pp 188-201.
  • Russell, J.H. 1993. Genetics of seed and seedling traits in yellow-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis D. Don Spach.). In: Lavereau, J., ed. Proceedings of the 24th meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association, Part 2; 1993 Aug 15-19; Fredericton, NB. 106-109.
  • Russell, J.H. 1993. Incorporating clones into tree improvement strategies: Two contrasting examples from British Columbia. In: Lavereau, J., ed. Proceedings of the 24th meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association, Part 2; 1993 Aug 15-19; Fredericton, NB.
  • Russell, J. and J. Loo-Dinkins. 1993. Distribution of testing effort in cloned genetic tests. Silvae Genetica 42(2/3):98-104. 
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 1991. Gas exchange processes of yellow-cedar in response to environmental variables. Can. J. Bot. 69(12):2684-2691. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and C.V. Cartwright. 1991. The genetics of yellow-cypress. In: Proceedings of symposium, Yellow-cypress: can we grow it ? can we sell it? D. Lousier, ed. March 26 - 28, Richmond, B.C. FRDA Report 171. pp 34-43. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H. and D.C. Ferguson. 1990. Production of Genetically Improved Stecklings of Interior Spruce A Grower's Manual. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can., Victoria, B.C. FRDA Rep. 110. [Link]
  • Grossnickle, S.C. and J.H. Russell. 1990. Water movement in yellow-cedar seedlings and rooted cuttings: Comparisons of whole plant and root system pressurization methods. Tree Physiol. 6:57-68. [Link]
  • Karlsson, I. and J.H. Russell. 1990. Comparison of yellow cypress trees of seedling and rooted cutting origins after 9 and 11 years in the field. Can. J. For. Res. 29(1):37-42. [Link]
  • Russell, J.H., S.C. Grossnickle, D.C. Ferguson, and D.W. Carson. 1990. Yellow-cedar Stecklings: Nursery Production and Field Performance. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can., Victoria, B.C. FRDA Rep. 148. [Link]
  • Grossnickle, S. and J. Russell. 1989. Rooting of Yellow Cypress Cuttings Part 1: Influence of Donor Plant Maturation - FRDA Project 2.40. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can. FRDA Research Memo No. 083. [Link]
  • Russell, J. and S. Grossnickle. 1989. Rooting of Yellow Cypress Cuttings II. Effect of Fertilizer Application Period on Rooting and Growth - FRDA Project 2.40. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can. FRDA Research Memo No. 101. [Link]
  • Russell, J. 1988. Genetically Improved Rooted Cuttings of Interior Spruce FRDA Project 1.14. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can. FRDA Research Memo No. 017. [Link]
  • Old, K.M., W.J. Libby, J.H. Russell, and K.G. Eldridge. 1986. Genetic variability in susceptibility of Pinus radiata to Western gall rust. Silvae Genetica 35(4):145-149. 
  • Russell, J.H. and W.J. Libby. 1986. Clonal testing efficiency: the trade-offs between clones tested and ramets per clone. Can. J. For. Res. 16(5):925-930. [Link]