Chris R. Hennigar, Ph.D.

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2009 University of New Brunswick (Canada) 
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Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture, Biogeochemistry
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Dan Quiring grad student 2009 University of New Brunswick (Canada)
 (Modeling the Influence of Forest Management and Spruce Budworm Epidemics on Timber Supply and Carbon Sequestration.)
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Rahimzadeh-Bajgiran P, Hennigar C, Weiskittel A, et al. (2020) Forest Potential Productivity Mapping by Linking Remote-Sensing-Derived Metrics to Site Variables Remote Sensing. 12: 2056
Wu Y, MacLean DA, Hennigar C, et al. (2020) Interactions among defoliation level, species, and soil richness determine foliage production during and after simulated spruce budworm attack Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 50: 565-580
Taylor AR, Endicott S, Hennigar C. (2020) Disentangling mechanisms of early succession following harvest: Implications for climate change adaptation in Canada’s boreal-temperate forests Forest Ecology and Management. 461: 117926
Li M, MacLean DA, Hennigar CR, et al. (2020) Previous year outbreak conditions and spring climate predict spruce budworm population changes in the following year Forest Ecology and Management. 458: 117737
Liu EY, Lantz VA, MacLean DA, et al. (2019) Economics of Early Intervention to Suppress a Potential Spruce Budworm Outbreak on Crown Land in New Brunswick, Canada Forests. 10: 481
MacLean DA, Amirault P, Amos-Binks L, et al. (2019) Positive Results of an Early Intervention Strategy to Suppress a Spruce Budworm Outbreak after Five Years of Trials Forests. 10: 448
Li M, MacLean DA, Hennigar CR, et al. (2019) Spatial-Temporal Patterns of Spruce Budworm Defoliation within Plots in Québec Forests. 10: 232
Bashir A, MacLean DA, Hennigar CR. (2019) Growth-mortality attributes and species composition determine carbon sequestration and dynamics of old stand types in the Acadian Forest of New Brunswick, Canada Annals of Forest Science. 76: 1-12
Lamb SM, MacLean DA, Hennigar CR, et al. (2018) Forecasting Forest Inventory Using Imputed Tree Lists for LiDAR Grid Cells and a Tree-List Growth Model Forests. 9: 167
Hennigar C, Weiskittel AR, Allen HL, et al. (2017) Development and evaluation of a biomass increment based index for site productivity Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 47: 400-410
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