Publications – Nick Ukrainetz

Listed in order of publication date.


  • Ukrainetz, N.K., Yanchuk, A.D., and S.D. Mansfield. 2018. Climate drivers of genotype-environment interactions in lodgepole pine based on multi-environment trail data and a factor analytic model of additive covariance. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 48: 835-854.
  • O'Neill, G., T. Wang, N. Ukrainetz, L. Charleson, L. McAuley, A. Yanchuk, and S. Zedel. 2017. A proposed climate-based seed transfer system for British Columbia. Prov. B.C., Victoria, B.C. Tech. Rep. 099. [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. 
  • Ukrainetz, N.K., G.A. O'Neill, and B. Jaquish. 2011. Comparison of fixed and focal point seed transfer systems for reforestation and assisted migration: a case study for interior spruce in British Columbia. Can. J. For. Res. 41(7):1452-1464. [Link]
  • Ukrainetz, N.K. and G.A. O'Neill. 2010. An analysis of sensitivities contributing measurement error to Resistograph values. Can. J. For. Res. 40(4):806-811. [Link]
  • Stoehr, M.U., N.K. Ukrainetz, L.K. Hayton, and A.D. Yanchuk. 2009. Current and future trends in juvenile wood density for coastal Douglas-fir. Can. J. For. Res. 39(7):1415-1419. [Link]
  • Ukrainetz, N.K. and G.A. O'Neill. 2009. Adapting to adaptation: assisted migration addresses climate change. B.C. Forest Professional 16:16-17. [PDF 336KB]
  • 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. and N.K. Ukrainetz. 2008. Climate-based seed transfer. tree seed bulletin 47. Fredericton, NB. Canadian Tree Improvement Association, Tree Seed Working Group. pp. 8-11. 
  • 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. [Link]
  • Ukrainetz, N.K., K. Ritland, and S.D. Mansfield. 2008. An AFLP linkage map for Douglas-fir based upon multiple full-sib families. Tree Genetics Genomes 4(2):181-191. [Link]
  • Ukrainetz, N.K., K. Ritland, and S.D. Mansfield. 2008. Identification of quantitative trait loci for wood quality and growth across eight full-sib coastal Douglas-fir families. Tree Genetics Genomes 4(2):159-170. [Link]
  • Yanchuk, A.D., N. Ukrainetz, and K.F. Wallin. 2008. Genetic variation of attack and resistance in lodgepole pine to mountain pine beetle. In: Mountain Pine Beetle: From Lessons Learned to Community-based Solutions Conference Proceedings, June 10-11, 2008. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 9(3):148. 
  • Ukrainetz, N.K., K-Y. Kang, S.N. Aitken, M.U. Stoehr, and S.D. Mansfield. 2008. Heritability and phenotypic and genetic correlations of coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) wood quality traits. Can. J. For. Res. 38(6):1536-1546. [Link]
  • Carlson, M., V. Berger, and N. Ukrainetz. 2007. Paper birch makes the team. TICtalk 8(1):7-8. 
  • Robinson, A.R., N.K. Ukrainetz, K-Y. Kang, and S.D. Mansfield. 2007. Metabolite profiling of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) field trials reveals strong environmental and weak genetic variation. New Phytol. 174(4):762-773. [Link]