has been pulblished through the DigitalCommons at Utah State University.
that has many journal publications about aspen. This list includes references both to European aspen (Populus tremula) and the closely-related Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides). List created and maintained by Trees for Life, email: email@example.com. The papers referencing Populus tremula are not found in the Aspen Bibliography found on this web page.
This bibliography is a review of prominent or informative literature on beaver in North America. It was written as a companion reference source for a 1994 publication, “Beaver: Water Resources and Riparian Habitat Manager,” by Rich Olson and Wayne Hubert, University of Wyoming, Laramie. The intent of publishing this bibliography is to provide a reference source by subject headings for natural resource managers, land-use planners, ranchers, farmers, landowners, and others interested in public and private land management.
Economic botany bibliography has short bibliography on native uses of aspen. The EPIC also contains for Populus tremuloides. The list contains a list of plant names giving place of publication.
The authors developed a species- and location-specific database of published ecophysiological variables typically used as input parameters for biogeochemical models of coniferous and deciduous forested ecosystems in the Western United States.The authors conducted an extensive literature search to find published ecophysiological data using the databases Biosis and Agricola. The literature search yielded ecophysiological information for 18 evergreen needleleaf, 2 deciduous broadleaf and 2 deciduous needleleaf tree taxa common in the Pacific Northwest.
The RNGR Team (Reforestation, Nurseries, and Genetics Resources) has established a bibliography of papers relating to aspen propagation As of last search, there were 42 papers in the bibliography. Over half the papers could be directly downloaded from the site.