Training / Theses

Theses

2015

Liu, J., 2015. The application of biochar as a soil amendment in land reclamation.

Javed, M.B., 2015. Distribution of arsenic in surficial deposits in the Cold Lake area of Alberta, Canada.

Zhang, W., 2015. Effects of Root Zone pH, Calcium and Phosphorus Supply on Selected Boreal Forest Plant Species.

Xu, H., 2015. Major intrinsic proteins of Laccaria bicolor: characterization, transcript profiling and functions in ectomycorrhizal associations with Picea glauca.

Braid, A.C.R., 2015. Mitigating the Effects of Human Activity on Grizzly Bears (Ursus arctos) in Southwestern Alberta.

Hankin, S.L., 2015. Native tree seedling interactions with variations in edaphic properties in upland boreal forest restoration.

Duan, M., 2015. Nitrogen Availability and Salinity as Limiting Factors for Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta) and White Spruce (Picea glauca) Growth on Reclaimed Sites in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region in Alberta, Canada.

Moradaoglu, P., 2015. Optimizing Forest Harvests & Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) Habitat.

Weldeyohannes, A.O., 2015. Physics of wastewater flow and pathogen transport processes from a soil-based at-grade effluent treatment system and associated groundwater contamination risks in Alberta, Canada.

Ishangulyyeva, G., 2015. Plant Fatty Acids Influence Brood Development of Mountain Pine Beetle and Growth of its Symbiotic Fungus: Implications to Host-Range Expansion of an Herbivorous Insect.

Tabacaru, C.A., 2015. Playing with fire: Dendroctonus ponderosae (mountain pine beetles) in post-burn lodgepole pine forests.

2014

Forsch, K.B.C., 2014.  Oil Sands Reclamation With Woody Debris Using LFH Mineral Soil Mix And Peat Mineral Soil Mix Cover Soils: Impacts On Select Soil And Vegetation Properties. 

Goeppel, A.E., 2014.  Evaluating Jack Pine Seedling Characteristics in Response to Drought and Outplanting.

Kulbaba, S.P., 2014.  Evaluating trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) seedling stock characteristics in response to drought and out-planting on a reclamation site.

Roy, M.C., 2014.  Marsh reclamation in the oil sands of Alberta: providing benchmarks and models of vegetation development.

Snively, A.E., 2014.  Competitive Relationships in Forest Restoration: Impact of Cover Crops and Fertilization on Tree and Understory Development. 

Van Rensen, C.K, 2014.  Predicting Patterns of Regeneration on Seismic Lines to Inform Restoration Planning in Boreal Forest Habitats.

Archibald, H.A., 2014.  Early ecosystem genesis using LFH and peat cover soils in Athabasca oil sands reclamation.  

Bachmann, S., 2014.  Forest floor protection during drilling pad construction and its benefits for natural regeneration of native boreal forest vegetation

Critchley, M.D., 2014.  Examination of wet meadow creation as a restoration option for extracted peatland sites in Alberta.  

Nannt, M.R., 2014.  Impacts of distance to pipeline disturbance on mixed grass prairie and Halimolobos Virgata (Nutt.) O.E. Schulz (slender mouse ear cress).

Sabbagh, P.J., 2014.  The effects of subsoil ripping on soil physical properties and soil water dynamics on reconstructed soils at Genesee Prairie Mine, Alberta.

2013

Amini, S., 2013. Restoring Native Grassland Function in Urban Environment: Implications for Soil-Plant Relations.

Christensen, A.F., 2013. Influence of Soil Capping Depth on Water Dynamics in Phosphogypsum Stack Reclamation.  

Collins, C.E.V., 2013. Methane Production in Oil Sands Tailings under Nitrogen-Depleted Conditions.

Turner, E.L., 2013. Influence of Soil Cap Depth and Vegetation on Reclamation of Phosphogypsum Stacks in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.

Yao, L., 2013. Potassim Silicate Drilling Fluid as a Land Reclamation Amendment.