Publications - Michael Carlson

Listed in order of publication date.

  • Xie, C-Y., M.R. Carlson, and C.C. Ying. 2012. Ecotypic mode of regional differentiation of black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa) due to restricted gene migration: further evidence from a field test on the northern coast of British Columbia. Can. J. For. Res. 42(2):400-405 [Link]
  • O'Neill, G., V. Berger, M. Carlson, and N. Ukrainetz. 2011. Assisted Migration Adaptation Trial (AMAT). B.C. Min. For., Lands and Nat. Resourc. Ops., Tree Improve. Br., Assisted Migration Bulletin 01, Vernon, BC. 
  • Cleary, M. and M. Carlson. 2008. Resistance Breeding and Screening Against Blister Rust: Return of the White Pine!. Canadian Silviculture Magazine, Fall 2008. pp. 4-5 [Link]
  • O'Neill, G., M. Carlson, V. Berger, and N. Ukrainetz. 2008. Assisted Migration Adaptation Trial. TICtalk 9(1):3-4. [TICtalk 2008 1192KB]
  • 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]
  • O'Neill, G.A., M.R. Carlson, V.G. Berger, and A.D. Yanchuk. 2007. Responding to climate change: assisting seedlot migration to maximize adaptation of future forest plantations. TICtalk 8:9-12. 
  • Carlson, M., V. Berger, and N. Ukrainetz. 2007. Paper birch makes the team. TICtalk 8(1):7-8. 
  • von Aderkas, P., L. Kong, and M. Carlson. 2007. One Bud, Two Bud, Three Bud, Four: Making lodgepole pine buds count. TICtalk 8(1):4-6.
  • Xie, C-Y., J.C. Murphy, and M.R. Carlson. 2007. Predicting individual breeding values and making forward selections from open-pollinated progeny test trials for seed orchard establishment of interior Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta ssp. latifolia) in British Columbia. New Forests 33(2):125-138. [Link]
  • Corrigan, J., M. Carlson, G. Giampa, V. Berger, C. Walsh, and W. Strong. 2006. They’re Heeeere! - Observations of the First Mountain Pine Beetle Attacks Recorded at the Kalamalka Forestry Centre. TICtalk 7(1):4-8. [TICtalk 2006 1319KB]
  • 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.
  • Benowicz, A., R. Guy, M.R. Carlson, and Y.A. El-Kassaby. 2001. Genetic variation among paper birch (Betula papyrifera MARSH.) populations in germination, frost hardiness, gas exchange and growth. Silvae Genetica 50(1):7-13. 
  • Carlson, M. 2001. "Select" lodgepole pine seed availability to 2010. TICtalk 4(1):25-28. [TICtalk 4 - 2001 1262KB]
  • Carlson, M.R., V.G. Berger, and C.D.B. Hawkins. 2000. Seed Source Testing of Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera) in the Interior of British Columbia. J. Sustainable For. 10(1-2):25-34. [Link]
  • Carlson, M.R., J.C. Murphy, V.G. Berger, and L.F. Ryrie. 1999. Genetics of Elevational Adaptations of Lodgepole Pine in the Interior. J. Sustainable For. 10(1-2):35-44. [Link]
  • Carlson, M., W. Strong, C. Walsh, and A. Yanchuk. 1999. Breeding for white pine blister rust resistance: the Kalamalka white pine seed orchard. TICtalk 2(1):12-13. [TICtalk 2 - 1999 293KB]
  • Hudson, S.D. and M.R. Carlson. 1999. Propagation of interior British Columbia native plants from seed. B.C. Min. For., Res. Br., Victoria, B.C. http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/docs/mr/mr093.htm [Link]
  • Carlson, M.R. and V.G. Berger. 1998. Solid wood product opportunities from short rotation hybrid poplar trees. B.C. Min. For., Res. Br., Victoria, B.C. Final Report of F.R.B.C. Research Award: TO97203-4RE. [PDF 1234KB]
  • Carlson, M. 1996. Evaluation and testing of hybrid poplars in British Columbia. In: Comeau et al (eds). 1996. Ecology and Management of B.C. Hardwoods - Workshop proceedings December 1 and 2, 1993, Richmond, B.C. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can., Victoria, B.C. FRDA Rep. 255. pp. 113-114 [Link]
  • Carlson, M., E. Jackson, G. Nercessian, and V. Berger. 1996. Utilizing Municipal Wastewater in the Short-rotation Intensive Culture of Hybrid Poplars near Vernon, British Columbia [poster summary]. In: Comeau et al (eds). 1996. Ecology and Management of B.C. Hardwoods - Workshop proceedings December 1 and 2, 1993, Richmond, B.C. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can., Victoria, B.C. FRDA Rep. 255. pp. 195-196 [Link]
  • Carlson, M., E. Jackson, G. Nercessian, and V. Berger. 1996. Utilizing Municipal Wastewater in the Short-rotation Intensive Culture of Hybrid Poplars near Vernon, British Columbia [poster summary]. In: Comeau et al (eds). 1996. Ecology and Management of B.C. Hardwoods - Workshop proceedings December 1 and 2, 1993, Richmond, B.C. B.C. Min. For. and For. Can., Victoria, B.C. FRDA Rep. 255. pp. 195-196 [Link]
  • Yanchuk, A.D., M.R. Carlson, and J.H. Woods. 1994. Genetic diversity in forest management. Information leaflet. BC Min. For. Res. Br., Victoria, B.C. http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Bro/Bro07.htm [Link]
  • Carlson, M.R. 1992. Municipal Effluent Irrigation of Fast-growing Hybrid Poplar Plantations Near Vernon, B.C. For. Chron. 68(2):206-208. [Link]
  • Dong, J., D.B. Wagner, A.D. Yanchuk, M.R. Carlson, S. Magnussen, X-R. Wang, and A.E. Szmidt. 1992. Paternal chloroplast DNA inheritance in Pinus contorta and Pinus banksiana: Independence of parental species or cross direction. J. Hered. 83(6):419-422. [Link]
  • Wagner, D.B., J. Dong, M.R. Carlson, and A.D. Yanchuk. 1991. Paternal leakage of mitochondrial DNA in Pinus. Theor. Appl. Genet. 82(4):510-514. [Link]
  • Ager, A., N.E. Nordh, S. Ledin, M. Ostry, M. Carlson, and A. Ronnberg-Wastljung. 1990. International transfer of Alnus, Populus, and Salix germplasm: Early test results. Biomass 22(1-4):49-62. [Link]
  • Carlson, M.R. and A.D. Yanchuk. 1990. Maintaining genetic diversity in future man-made forests: what are we doing today?. In: Forests wild and managed: differences and consequences. Proc. Symp. By Students for Forestry Awareness and Forestry Undergraduate Soc. A.F. Pearson and D.A. Challenger (editors). Univ. B.C., Fac. For., Vancouver, B.C. Pp. 73-90.
  • Ying, C.C., K. Illingworth, and M. Carlson. 1985. Geographic variation in lodgepole pine and its implications for tree improvement in British Columbia. In: Baumgartner, D.M. et al. (Eds.). Lodgepole Pine: The Species and its Management. Cooperative Extension Service, Washington State University, Pullman, WA. pp. 45-53.