Jones, M.-F., Castonguay, M., Jaeger, D., Arp, P.A. 2018. Track-monitoring and analyzing machine clearances during wood forwarding. Open J. Forestry 8, 297-327. DOI = doi.org/10.4236/ojf.2018.83020
Pineda-Mora D., Toribio-Jiménez J., Leal-Ascencio Ma. T., Juárez-López A.L., González-González J., Ruvalcaba-Ledezma J.C., Batista-García R.A., and Arp PA. J. 2018. Emerging water quality issues along Río de la Sabana, México. J. Water Resource Protect. 10, 621-636. DOI=doi.org/10.4236/jwarp.2018.107035
Nasr, M., Arp P.A. 2018. Relating fish Hg to variations in sediment Hg, climate and atmospheric deposition. American Journal of Climate Change. September 2018.
Nasr, M., Arp P.A. 2018. Total mercury concentrations in lake and streams sediments per wet-area coverage within upslope basins. Soil and Sediment Contamination: an International Journal. 27, 221-248. DOI=10.1080/15320383.2017.1378872
Shane Furze, Jae Ogilvie, Paul A. Arp. 2017. Fusing Digital Elevation Models to Improve Hydrological Interpretations. Journal of Geographic Information System. 9, 558-575.
Jones, M.-F., Arp, P.A. 2017. Relating the cone penetration and rutting resistance to variations in forest soil properties and daily moisture fluctuations. Open Journal of Soil Science. 7, 149-171.
Goguen, M. and Arp, P.A. 2017. Modeling and Mapping Forest Floor Distributions of Common Bryophytes Using a LiDAR-Derived Depth-to-Water Index. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 8, 867-890.
Moran G., Paolini Cuadra P., Gonzalez V., Arp J.-P., Arp P.A. 2017. Digitally mapping the hydrogeological context for community planning: a case study for the upper Choapa River Watershed in Chile. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection. 5, 265-277.
Furze S., Castonguay M., Jae Ogilvie J., Nasr M., Cormier P., Gagnon R. Adams G., Arp P.A. 2017. Assessing soil-related black spruce and white spruce plantation productivity. Open Journal of Forestry.7, 209-227.
Nasr M., Arp P.A. 2017. Mercury and Organic Matter Concentrations in Lake and Stream Sediments in relation to One Another and to Atmospheric Mercury Deposition and Climate Variations across Canada. Journal of Chemistry. 2017: Article ID 8949502. doi:10.1155/2017/8949502
Keys K., Noseworthy, J., Ogilvie, J. Burton, D.L., Arp, P.A. 2016. A simple geospatial nutrient budget model for assessing forest harvest sustainability in Nova Scotia, Canada. Open Journal of Forestry. 6:420-444.
Nasr, M., Arp P.A. 2016. Total mercury concentrations in stream and lake sediments across Canada. In: Assessing Mercury in Canada (Chapter 3b).
Nasr, M., Arp P.A. 2016. Mercury in forest soils and vegetation, including mosses and mushrooms – a case study. In: Assessing Mercury in Canada (Chapter 3c).
Nasr M., Arp, P.A. 2016. Biomonitoring and evaluating mercury concentrations and pools in temperate to boreal forest areas. Biomonitoring 2: 47-63.
Arp, P.A. 2016. Turnover times for wood, forest litter, roots, and soil organic matter. In: Ecological Forest Management Handbook (G. R. Larocque, ed). Chapter 16, 445-458.
Qi, J., Li, S., Li, Q., Xing, Z. Bourque, C.P.A, and Meng, F.R. 2016. A New Soil-Temperature Module for SWAT Application in Atlantic Region with Seasonal Snow Cover. Journal of Hydrology. 538:863-877.
P.A. Arp. 2015. How much water: When? Where? Pan European Networks, Issue 14 (Materials Wealth). Pp 212-213. http://www.paneuropeannetworkspublications.com/ST14/#212
Ashraf, M.I., Bourque, C.P.-A., MacLean, D.A., Erdle, T., Meng, F.R 2015. A novel modelling approach for predicting forest growth and yield under climate change. PLOS One. Impress.
Ashraf, M.I., Bourque, C.P.-A., MacLean, D.A., Erdle, T., Meng, F.R. 2015. Estimation of potential impacts of climate change on growth and yield of temperate tree species. Mitigation And Adaptation Strategies For Global Change 20:159-178.
W. Nijland, N. C. Coops, S. E. Macdonald, S. E. Nielsen, C. W. Bater, B. White, J. Ogilvie, J. Stadt. 2015. Remote sensing proxies of productivity and moisture predict forest stand type and recovery rate following experimental harvest. Forest Ecology and Management. 357:239-247.
P.A. Arp. 2014. Beyond the Watershed. International Innovation, Issue 161 (Made to Measure). Pp 36-38. http://www.internationalinnovation.com/beyond-the-watershed/
T.A. Clair, N. Pelletier, S. Bittman, A. Leip, P.A. Arp, M.D. Moran, I. Dennis, D. Niemi, S. Sterlin, C.F. Drury, J. Yang. 2014. Interactions between reactive nitrogen and the Canadian landscape: A budget approach. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. doi: 10.1002/2014GB004880
M.-F. Jones, M. Castonguay, M. Nasr, J. Ogilvie, J. Bhatti, P. Arp. 2014. Modeling hydrothermal regimes and potential impacts of climate change permafrost within the South Mackenzie Pain, Northwest Territories, Canada. Ecoscience. 21: 21-33.
A.M. Ågren, W. Lidberg, M. Strömgren, J. Ogilvie, and P. A. Arp. 2014. Evaluating digital terrain indices for soil wetness mapping – a Swedish case study. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18, 3623–3634, DOI: 10.5194/hess-18-3623-2014
Chételat J., Amyot M, Arp P, Blais JM, Depew D, Emmerton CA, Evans M, Gamberg M, Gantner N, Girard C, Graydon J, Kirk J, Lean D, Lehnherr I, Muir D, Nasr M, Poulain A, Power M, Roach P, Stern G, Swanson H., van der Velden S. 2014. Mercury in freshwater ecosystems of the Canadian Arctic: Recent advances on its cycling and fate. Sci. Total Environ. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.05.151
Li, Q., Qi, J., Xing, Z., Li, S., Jiang, Y. Danielescu, S., Zhu, H. Wei. X. and Meng, F.R. 2014. An approach for assessing impact of land use and biophysical conditions across landscape on recharge rate and nitrogen loading of groundwater. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 196:114–124.
Chen Y., Zhou, Q., Li, S., Meng,F.R., Bi X., John P. Wilson J.P., Xing, Z., Qi J., Qiang Li Q., and Zhang, C. 2014. The simulation of surface flow dynamics using a flow-path network model. International Journal Of Geographical Information Science 28(11):2242-2260.
Zhang F., Xing Z., Rees H.W., Dong, Y., Li S., Meng F.R. 2014. Assessment of effects of two runoff control engineering practices on soil water and plant growth for afforestation in a semi-arid area after 10 years. Ecological Engineering. 64:430–442
Li, Q., Xing, Z. Danielescu, S., Li, S., Jiang, Y. and Meng, F.R. 2014. Data requirements for using combined conductivity mass balance and recursive digital filter method to estimate groundwater recharge in a small watershed New Brunswick, Canada. Journal Of Hydrology. 511:658-664.
Ochuodho, T., E. Olale, V. Lantz, J. Damboise, J.L. Daigle, F.R. Meng, Li S. and T.L. Chow. 2014. How do soil and water conservation practices influence climate change impacts on potato production? Evidence from eastern Canada. Regional Environmental Change 14(4):1563-1574.
M.-F. Jutras, P.A. Arp. 2013. Role of hydraulic conductivity uncertainties in modeling water flow through forest watersheds, in: Rodrigues da Silva, V. (Ed.), Hydraulic Conductivity. InTech. pp. 33-4.
D.M.H Campbell, B. White, P.A. Arp. 2013. Modeling and mapping soil resistance to penetration and rutting using LiDAR-derived digital elevation data. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(6): 460-473.
Zhao, Z., Bourque, C. Maclean D. Swift E. and Meng, F. 2013. Generation of soil drainage equations from an artificial neural network-analysis approach. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 93: 329–342.
Zhang C., Jamieson R.C., Meng F.R, Gordon RJ., and Bourque. CPA 2013. Simulation of monthly dissolved organic carbon concentrations in small forested watersheds. Ecological Modelling. 250:205–213.
Ashraf, I., Zhao, Z., Bourque, C., MacLean and Meng, F.-R. 2013. Integrating biophysical controls in forest growth and yield predictions with artificial intelligence technology. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43(12):1162-1171.
Zhu, H.Y., Weng, Y.H., Zhang, H.G., Meng, F.R. Major, J.E. 2013. Comparing fast- and slow-growing provenances of Picea koraiensis in biomass, carbon parameters and their relationships with growth. Forest Ecology and Management 307 : 178–185.
Ochuodho, T., E. Olale, V. Lantz, J. Damboise, T.L. Chow, F.R. Meng, J.L. Daigle and Li S. 2013. Impacts of soil and water conservation practices on potato yield in northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68:392-400.
Baah-Acheamfour, M., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., D. Swift D.E. 2013. Classifying forestland from model-generated tree species habitat suitability in the Western Ecoregion of Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 43(6): 517-527.
Xing Z, Chow L, Rees H, Meng F, Li S, Ernst B, Benoy G, Zha T, Hewitt LM. 2013. Influences of sampling methodologies on pesticide-residue detection in stream water. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 2013 64(2):208-218.
Huang, Q., Qi, J., Liu, J., Meng, F.R. and Bourque, C.P-A. 2013. NDVI and WAM Analysis for grassland desertification risk index modeling. International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics 51(24):575-584.
Zhao, Z., Ashraf, I., Keys, K.S. and Meng, F.-R. 2013. Prediction of soil nutrient regime based on a model of DEM-generated clay content for the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 93(2): 193-203.
M. Nasr, D.W. Malloch, P.A. Arp. 2012. Quantifying Hg within ectomycorrhizal fruiting bodies, from emergence to senescence. Fungal Biology. 116: 1163-1177.
D. Hiltz, J. Gould, B. White, J. Ogilvie, and P.A. Arp. 2012. Modeling and mapping vegetation type by soil moisture regime across boreal landscapes. Restoration and reclamation of boreal ecosystems: attaining sustainable development. Pages 56-75. ISBN-13: 978110701571
B. White, J. Ogilvie, D.M.H. Campbell, D. Hiltz, B. Gauthier, H.K. Chisholm, H.K. Wen, P.N.C. Murphy, P.A. Arp. 2012. Using the cartographic depth-to-water index to locate small streams and associated wet areas across landscapes. Canadian Water Resource Journal. Volume 37, Issue 4, Pages 333-347.10.4296/cwrj2011-909
Ashraf, M.I., Bourque, C.P.-A., MacLean, D.A., Erdle, T., Meng, F.- R. 2012. Using JABOWA-3 for forest growth and yield predictions under diverse forest conditions of Nova Scotia, Canada. Forestry Chronicle, 88(6):708-721.
Xing, Z., Toner, P., Chow, L.T., Cook, A., Benoy, G., Rees, H.W., Ernst, B., Meng, F.-R., Li, S. Zha, T. Murphy, C. Batchelor, S. and Hewitt, L.M. 2012. Pesticide Application and Detection in Variable Agricultural Intensity Watersheds and Their River Systems in the Maritime Region of Canada. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 63:471–483
Xing, Z., Toner, P., Chow, L.T., Rees, H.W., Li, S. and Meng, F.R. 2012. Impacts of hay mulch on soil properties and potato tuber yield under irrigation and non-irrigation in New Brunswick, Canada.Journal of Irrigation and Drainage engineering. 138(8), 703–714.
Ashraf, I., Zhao, Z., Bourque, C. and Meng, F.-R. 2012. GIS-evaluation of two slope-calculation methods regarding their suitability in slope analysis using high-precision LiDAR Digital Elevation Models. Hydrological Process. 26:1119-1133.
Yang, Q., Benoy, G., Chow, L., Daigle, J-L., Bourque, C. and Meng, F.R. 2012. Using SWAT to estimate water quality targets through implementation of beneficial management practices. J. Environ. Quality. 41 (1):64-72.
M. Nasr, P.A. Arp. 2011. Hg concentrations and accumulations in fungal fruiting bodies, as influenced by forest soil substrates and moss carpets. Applied Geochemistry. Volume 26, Issue 11, Pages 1905-1917.
M. Nasr, J. Ogilvie, M. Castonguay, A. Rencz, P.A. Arp. 2011. Total Hg concentrations in stream and lake sediments: Discerning geospatial patterns and controls across Canada. Applied Geochemistry. Volume 26, Issue 11, Pages 1818-1831.
M.-F. Jutras, M. Nasr, M. Castonguay, C. Pit, J. H. Pomeroy, T. P. Smith, C.-F. Zhang, C. D. Ritchie, F.-R. Meng, T. A. Clair, P. Arp. 2011. Dissolved organic carbon concentrations and fluxes in forest catchments and streams: DOC-3 model. Ecological Modelling. Volume 22, Pages 2291-2313. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.03.035
M.-F. Jutras, P.A. Arp. 2011. Determination of hydraulic conductivity from soil characteristics and its application for modelling stream discharge in forest catchments. Hydraulic Conductivity – Issues, Determination and Applications. Chapter 10, pp. 189-202.ISBN: 978-953-307-288-3
P.N.C. Murphy, J. Ogilvie, F.-R. Meng, B. White, J.S. Bhatti, P. Arp. 2011. Modelling and mapping topographic variations in forest soils at high resolution: A case study. Ecol. Model. 222:2314-2332.
Yang, Q., Benoy, G., Zhao, Z., Chow, T.L., Daigle, J-L., Bourque, C. and Meng, F.R. 2011. Watershed-level Analysis of Exceedance Frequencies for Different Management Strategies. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada. 46(1):64-71.
Chow L., Z. Xing, G. Benoy, H.W. Rees, F.R. Meng, Y. Jiang, J.L. Daigle 2011. Hydrology and water quality across gradients of agricultural intensity in the Little River watershed area, New Brunswick, Canada. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66:71-84.
Li, S., Hao, Q. Swift, E. Bourque, C. and Meng, F.-R. 2011. A stand-dynamic model for red pine plantations with different initial densities. New Forest, 41:41-53
M. Nasr, M. Castonguay, J. Ogilvie, B.A. Raymond and P.A. Arp. 2010. Modelling and mapping critical loads and exceedances for the Georgia Basin, British Columbia, using a zero base-cation depletion criterion. Journal of Limnology. Volume 69, Pages 181-192.
A.C. Smith, J.S. Bhatti, H. Chen, M.E. Marmon, P. Arp. 2010. Modelling above- and below-ground mass loss and N dynamics in wooden dowels (LIDET) placed across North and Central America biomes at the decadal time scale. Ecol. Model. 222:2276-2290.
Dombroskie, S., McKenndy, M., Ruelland, C., Richards, W., Bourque, C. and Meng, F.-R. 2010. Assessing impact of projected future climate on tree species growth and yield: development of an evalution strategy. Mitig. Adapt. Strateg. Glob. Change. 15:307-320.
Zhang, C., Trofymow, J.A., Jamieson, RC. Meng, F.-R., Golden, R. and Bourque, C.A. 2010. Litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralization from an annual to a monthly model. Ecological Modelling 221:1944–1953.
Yang, Q., Zhao, Z., Chow, L., Rees, H., Bourque, C. and Meng, F.R 2010. Assessment on the cost-effective abatement of flow diversion system on sediment yield under SWAT scenarios at a watershed scale. Environmental Quality. 39:220-227.
Yang, Q., Zhao, Z, Benoy, G., Chow, T.L., Rees, H.W., Bourque, C.P.-A. and Meng, F.-R. 2010. A watershed-scale assessment of cost-effectiveness of sediment abatement with flow diversion terraces. J. Environ. Qual. 39:220-227.
Zhao, Z., Benoy. G., Chow, L., Rees, H., Daigle, J-L ·and Meng, F-R. 2010. Impacts of Accuracy and Resolution of Conventional and LiDAR Based DEMs on Parameters Used in Hydrologic Modeling. Water Resour Manage. 24:1363-1380.
Zhao, Z., Yang, Q., Benoy, G., Chow, T.L., Xing, Z., Rees, H.W. and Meng, F.-R. 2010. Using artificial neural network models to produces soil organic carbon content distribution maps across landscapes. Can. J. Soil Sci. 90:75-87.
P. Arp. 2009. High-resolution flow-channel and wet-areas maps: a tool for better forest operations planning. SFM Research Note Series. pp 1-6.
D.J. Vega-Nieva, P.N.C. Murphy, M. Castonguay, J. Ogilvie, P.A. Arp. 2009. A modular terrain model for daily variations in machine-specific soil forest trafficability. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. Volume 89, Pages 93-109.
P.N.C. Murphy, M. Castonguay, J. Ogilvie, M. Nasr, P. Hazlett, J. Bhatti, P.A. Arp. 2009. A geospatial and temporal framework for modeling gaseous N and other N losses from forest soils and basins, with application to the Turkey Lakes Watershed Project, in Ontario, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management. 258:2304-2317.
P.N.C. Murphy, J. Ogilvie, P.A. Arp. 2009. Topographic modelling of soil moisture conditions: a comparison and verification of two models. European Journal of Soil Science. 60:94-109.
J. Ogilvie, M. Nasr, A. Rencz, P.A. Arp. 2009. Geological controls concerning mercury accumulations in stream sediments across Canada. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis. 26:1818-1831
Chow, L., Xing, Z., Rees, H.W., Meng, F.R, Monteith, J. and Stevens, L. 2009. Field Performance of Nine Soil Water Content Sensors on a Sandy Loam Soil in New Brunswick, Maritime Region, Canada. Sensors, 9: 9398-9413.
Xu C, Coleman WK, Meng FR, Bonierbale M, and Li XQ. 2009. Relationship between glucose accumulation and activities of acid invertase and its inhibitors in potatoes under simulated commercial conditions. Potato Journal 36:35-44.
Yang, Q., Meng, F. R., Zhao, Z., Chow, T.L., Benoy, G., Rees, H.W. and Bourque, C. P. 2009. Assessing the impacts of flow diversion terraces on stream water and sediment yields at a watershed level using SWAT model. Agric. Ecosystems and Environ. 132:23-31.
Yang, Q., Zhao, Z., Chow, T.L., Rees, H. W., Bourque, P. –A., and Meng, F.-R. 2009. Using a GIS and digital elevation model to assess the effectiveness of variable grade flow diversion terraces for reducing soil erosion in north-western New Brunswick, Canada. 2009. Hydrol. Process. 23: 3271-3280.
Zhao, Z., Chow, T.L., Rees, H.W. and Meng, F.R. 2009. Producing high resolution soil texture maps based on coarse resolution soil map and topographic derived parameters using an artificial neural network model. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture,65:36-48.
V. Balland, J.A.P Pollacco, P.A. Arp. 2008. Modeling soil hydraulic properties for a wide range of soil conditions. Ecological Modelling. Volume 219, Issue 3-4, Pages 300-316.
P.N.C. Murphy, J. Ogilvie, M. Castonguay, C-F. Zhang, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 2008. Improving forest operations planning through high-resolution flow-channel and wet-areas mapping. The Forestry Chronicle. 84:568-574.
C-F. Zhang, F-R. Meng, J.S. Bhatti, J.A. Trofymow, P.A. Arp. 2008. Modeling forest leaf-litter decomposition and N mineralization in litterbags, placed across Canada: A 5-model comparison. Ecological Modelling. 219:342-360.
G.R. Larocque, J.S. Bhatti, A.M. Gordon, N. Luckai, M. Wattenbach, J. Liu, C. Peng, P.A. Arp, S. Liu, C-F. Zhang, A. Komarov, P. Grabarnik, J. Sun, T. White. 2008. Chapter Eighteen Uncertainty and Sensitivity Issues in Process-based Models of Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment. 3:307-327.
Xing, Z., Chow, L., Meng, F.-R., Rees, H.W., Monteith, J. and Lionel, S. 2008. Testing reference evapotranspiration estimation methods using evaporation pan and modeling in Maritime region of Canada. J. Irrigation Drainage Engineering, ASCE : 417-424.
Zhao, Z., Chow, T.L., Yang, Q., Rees ,H. W., Benoy, G. and Meng, F.R. 2008. Model prediction of soil drainage classes based on DEM parameters and soil attributes from coarse resolution soil maps. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 88:787-799.
Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Roger M. Cox, R.M., D. Edwin Swift, D.E., Zha, T. and Chow, L. 2008 A process-based model designed for filling of large data gaps in tower-based measurements of net ecosystem productivity. Ecol. Model. 213: 165-179.
Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Roger M. Cox, R.M., D. Edwin Swift, D.E., Zha, T. and Chow, L. 2008. Modification of an ecosystem model for filling medium-sized gaps in tower-based estimates of net ecosystem productivity Ecol. Model. 213: 86–97.
Xing, Z, Chow, L., Meng, F.-R., Rees , H.W., Steve, L. 1 and Monteith, J. 2008. Validating Evapotranspiraiton Equations Using Bowen Ratio in New Brunswick, Maritime, Canada. Sensors 8:412-428
C.F. Zhang, F.-R. Meng, J.A. Trofymow and P.A. Arp. 2007. Modeling mass and nitrogen remaining in litterbags for Canadian forest and climate conditions, Can. J. Soil Sci. 87:413–432.
P.N.C. Murphy, J. Ogilvie, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 2007. Stream network modelling using lidar and photogrammetric digital elevation models: a comparison and field verification. Hydrological Processess. 22:1747-1754.
E.T. Neilson, D.A. MacLean, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 2007. Spatial distribution of carbon in natural and managed stands in an industrial forest in New Brunswick, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management. 253:148-160.
Z. Zhu, P.A. Arp, F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, A. Mazumder. 2007. Modeling response of soil productivity to biogeochemical cycling and atmospheric acid deposition in the Hayden Brook watershed (Canada) using the ForNBM model. Ecological Modelling. 205:410-422.
P.N.C. Murphy, J. Ogilvie, K. Connor, P.A. Arp. Mapping wetlands: a comparison of two different approaches for New Brunswick, Canada. Wetlands. 2007, Volumn 27, Issue 4, Pages 846-854.
Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., and Cox, R.M. 2007. A wetness index using terrain-corrected surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index: an evaluation of its use in a humid forest-dominated region of eastern Canada. Sensors, 7: 2028-2048
Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., and Meng, F.-R. 2007. Application of Landsat-7 ETM+ and MODIS products in mapping seasonal accumulation of growing degree days at enhanced resolution. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 1:013539, 10p
Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., and Richards, W. 2007. Spatial mapping of growing degree days: an application of MODIS-based surface temperatures and enhanced vegetation index. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 1: 013511, 12p
Bourque, C. P.-A., Neilson, E. T., Gruenwald, C., Perrin, S. F., Hiltz, J. C., Blin, Y. A., Horsman, G. V., Parker, M. S., Thorburn, C. B., Corey, M. M., and Meng, F.-R. 2007. Generating forest management plans with the explicit purpose to maximize carbon sequestration at the landscape. Mitig Adapt Strat Glob Change 12:1253–1275.
C.D. Ritchie, W. Richards, P.A. Arp. 2006. Mercury in fog on the Bay of Fundy (Canada). Atmospheric Environment. Volume 40, Issue 33, Pages 6321-6328.
P.N.C. Murphy, J. Ogilvie, M. Castonguay, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. Verifying calculated flow accumulation patterns of mapping and unmapping forest streams by culvert location. The Forestry Chronicle. 2006, Volumn 83, Pages 198-206.
V. Balland, J. Bhatti, R. Errington, M. Castonguay, P.A. Arp. 2006. Modeling snowpack and soil temperature and moisture conditions in a jack pine, black spruce and aspen forest stand in central Saskatchewan (BOREAS SSA). Can. J. Soil Sci. 86: 203–217
Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., and Meng, F.-R. 2006. Estimation of daytime net ecosystem CO2 exchange over balsam fir forests in eastern Canada: combining averaged tower-based flux measurements with remotely sensed MODIS data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 32:405-416
Neilson, E.T., MacLean, D.A., Arp, P.A., Meng, F-R., Bourque, C.P-A., and Bhatti, J.S. 2006. Modeling carbon sequestration with CO2 Fix and a timber supply model for use in forest management planning. Can. J. of Soil Sci. 86: 219-233.
Zhao Z., Meng F.R., Yang Q., Bourque C, Swift E. 2006. Improving Classification Accuracy of TM Images in Forest Areas with Auxiliary Data IEEE. 2006:2655-2658.
M. Legrand, P.A. Arp, C. Ritchie, H.M. Chan. 2005. Mercury exposure in two coastal communities of the Bay of Fundy, Canada. Environmental Research. 98: 14-21.
T.D. Jardine, T.A. Al, K.T.B. MacQuarrie, C.D. Ritchie, P.A. Arp, A. Maprani, R.A. Cunjak. 2005. Water striders (family Gerridae): mercury sentinels in small freshwater ecosystems. Environmental Pollution. Volume 134, Issue 1, Pages 165-171.
T.A. Clair, P.A. Arp, C.E. Gabriel, C. Staicer, G.L. Brun, J. Holmes, D.R.S. Lean. 2005. Surface water mercury budgetsfrom a clear and a brown-water lake in Kejimkujik NationalPark. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC). Pages 251-263.
M. Lucotte, R. Canuel, S. Boucher de Grosboi, M. Amyot, R. Anderson, P.A. Arp, L. Atikesse, J. Carreaul, L. Chan, S. Garceaul, D. Mergler, R. Ritchie, M.J. Robertson, C. Vanier. 2005. An Ecosystem Approach to Describe the Hg Issue in Canada: from Hg Sources to Human Health. In: Dynamics of Mercury Pollution on Regional and Global Scales N. Pirrone, K. R. Mahaffey (eds.). Chapter 19.
M. Nasr, C.D. Ritchie, P.A. Arp. 2005. Atmospheric Hg deposition and terrestrial Hg pathways in coastal catchments of the Bay of Fundy, Canada. ICHMET XIII International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, Ed. Trindade R. B.E., Melamed, R., Sobral, L. G. S., Barbosa, J., P., B. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Page 268.
Z. Zhu, P.A. Arp, A. Mazumder, F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, N.W. Foster. 2005. Modeling stream water nutrient concentrations and loadings in response to weather condition and forest harvesting. Ecological Modelling. 185(2-4): 231-243.
E. Neilson, D.A. MacLean, P.A. Arp, F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, J.S. Bhatti. 2005. Integration of carbon sequestration objectives into forest management planning. Canadian Journal of Soil Science.
T.A. Clair, P.A. Arp, C.E. Gabriel, C. Staicer, G.L. Brun, J. Holmes, D.R.S. Lean. 2005. Surface water mercury budgetsfrom a clear and a brown-water lake in Kejimkujik NationalPark, O’Driscoll, N.J., Rencz, A.N., and Lean, D.R.S., eds.,Mercury Cycling in a Wetland-Dominated Ecosystem: A Multidisciplinary study Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC). Pages 251-263.
C.P-A. Bourque, R.M. Cox, D.J. Allen, P.A. Arp, F-R. Meng. 2005. Spatial extent of winter thaw events in eastern North America: historical weather records in relation to yellow birch decline. Global Change Biology. 11(9): 1477-1492.
B.S. Case, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 2005. Digital elevation modelling of soil type and drainage within small forested catchments. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 85: 127-137.
Liu, W.J., Zhang, Y.P., Li, H.M., Meng, F.R. and Wang, C.M. 2005. Fog and rain water chemistry in the tropical seasonal rain forest of Xishuangbanna, Southwest China. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution (2005) 167: 295–309
Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., Clowater, W. C., Swift, D. E., Krasowski, M., and Meng, F.-R. 2005. Carbon and biomass partitioning in balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.). Tree Physiology, 25:1207–1217
Hao, Q. Meng, F.-R. Zhou, Y. and Wang, J. 2005. A Transition Matrix Growth Model for Uneven-Aged Mixed-Species Forests in the Changbai Mountains, Northeastern China. NEFO 269(03) 207-218.
Hao, Q. Meng, F.-R. Zhou, Y. and Wang, J. 2005. Determining the Optimal Selective Harvest Strategy for Mixed-Species Stands with a Transition Matrix Growth Model. NEFO 269(03):219-229.
Zhu Z., Arp, P. A., Mazumder, A., Meng, F.R., Bourque, C. P.-A., Foster, N. W. 2005 Modeling stream water nutrient concentrations and loadings in response to weather condition and forest harvesting. Ecol. Model. 185:231–243.
Z. Zhu, N.W. Foster, P.A. Arp, F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque. A test and application of the model ForNBM in a northeastern Ontario jack pine (Pinus banksiana lamb.) stand. Forest Ecology and Management. 2004, Volume 193, Issue 3, Pages 385-397.
Liu, W., Meng, F.-R., Zhang, Y., Liu, Y, and Li, H. 2004. Water input from fog drip in the tropical seasonal rain forest of Xishuangbanna, Southwest China, Journal of Tropical Ecology. 20:517-524.
F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp, A. Sangster, G.L. Brun, A. Rencz, G. Hall, J. Holmes, D. Lean, T.A. Clair. 2003. Predicting total methyl mercury and dissolved organic carbon in Nova Scotia freshwaters using a GIS approach. Submitted to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Z. Zhu, P.A. Arp, F. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, N.W. Foster. A forest nutrient cycling and biomass model (ForNBM) based on year-round, monthly weather conditions, Part I: assumption, structure and processing. Ecological Modelling. 2003, Volume 169, Issues 2-3, Pages 347-360.
Z. Zhu, P.A. Arp, F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, N.W. Foster. Nexfor/Bowater Research Centre, “NSERC Discovery Grant to PAA”. A Forest Nutrient Cycling and Biomass Model (ForNBM) based on year-round, monthly weather conditions. Part II: Calibration, verification, and application. Ecological Modelling. 2003, Volume 170, Issue 1, Pages 13-27.
Meng, F.-R, Bourque, C.P., Oldford, S.P., Swift, D.E. and Smith. H.C. 2003. Combining Carbon Sequestration Objectives with Timber Management Planning. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 8:371-403.
D. Houle, L. Duchesne, R. Ouimet, R. Paquin, F.-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 2002. Evaluation of the ForHyM2 model for prediction of hydrological fluxes and soil temperature at the Lake Clair Watershed (Duchesnay, Quebec) Forest Ecology and Management. Volume 159, Issue 3, Pages 249-260.
X.B. Zhu, R.M. Cox, C.P-A. Bourque, P.A. Arp. Thaw Effects on Cold Hardiness Parameters in Yellow Birch. Canadian J. Bot. 2002, Volumn 80, Pages 390-398.P.A. Arp, W.Leger, M. Moayeri, J.E. Hurley. Methods for mapping Forest Sensitivity to Acid Deposition for northeastern North America. Ecosystem Health. 2002, Volumn 7, Pages 35-47.
T. Clair, P.A. Arp, T.R. Moore, M. Dalva, F-R. Meng. Gaseous carbon dioxide and methane, as well as dissolved organic carbon losses from a small temperate wetland under a changing climate. Environmental Pollution. 2002, Volumn 116, Pages 143-148.
R. Ouimet, L. Duchesne, D. Houle, P.A. Arp. Critical loads and exceedances of acid deposition and associated forest growth in the northern hardwood and boreal coniferous forests in Québec, Canada. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 2001, Pages 119-134.
M. Dalva, P.A. Arp, T.R. Moore, T.A. Clair. Methane and carbon dioxide emissions from wetlands, Kejimkujik National Park , Nova Scotia : measurements, predictions and climatic change. Journal of Geophysical Research. 2001, Volumn 106, Pages 1955-1962.
M. Moayeri, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp, N.W. Foster. Evaluating critical soil acidification loads and exceedances for a deciduous forest at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Ecosystem. 2001, Volumn 4, Pages 555-567.
X.B. Zhu, R.M. Cox, F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. Responses of xylem cavitation, freezing injury and shoot dieback to a simulated winter thaw in yellow birch seedlings growing in different nursery culture regimes. Forest Ecology and Management. 2001, Volume 145, Issue 3, Pages 243-253.
S. Yanni, K. Keys, T.A. Clair, P.A. Arp. 2000. Modelling hydrological conditions in the maritime forest region of southwestern Nova Scotia. Hydrological Processes. Volume 14, Pages 195-214.
J.S. Bhatti, R.L. Fleming, N.W. Foster, F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, P.A. Arp. Simulations of pre- and post-harvest soil temperature, soil moisture, and snowpack for jack pine: comparison with field observations. Forest Ecology and Management. 2000, Volume 138, Issues 1-3, Pages 413-426.
S. Yanni, K. Keys, T.A. Clair, P.A. Arp. Fog and acidification impacts on ion budgets of basins in Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 2000, Volumn 36, Pages 619-631.
X.B. Zhu, R.M. Cox, P.A. Arp. Effects of xylem cavitation and freezing injury and dieback of yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis) in relation to a simulated winter thaw. Tree Physiology. 2000, Volumn 20, Pages 541-547.
K.S.T.K. Karunaichamy, K. Paliwal, P.A. Arp. 1999. Biomass and nutrient dynamics of mistletoe (Dendrophthoe falcata) and neem (Azadirachta indica) seedlings. Current Science. 76: 840-842.
J.S. Bhatti, N.W. Foster, T. Oja, M.H. Moayeri, P.A. Arp. 1998. Modelling potential biomass productivity of jack pine forest stands. Canadian Journal Soil Science. 78: 105-113.
T. Oja, P.A. Arp. 1998. Assessing Atmospheric Sulfur and Nitrogen Loads Critical. In: Sulfur in the Environment. (ed. D. Maynard) Books on soils, plants, and the environment. Pages 337-363.
F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 1998. Modeling Effects of S02 on Net Photosynthesis in Forest Trees from Twig to Canopy Level: A Synthesis. In: Sulfur in the Environment. (ed. D. Maynard) Books on soils, plants, and the environment. Pages 295-336.
P.A. Arp, T. Oja. 1997. A forest soil vegetation atmosphere model (ForSVA), I: concepts. Ecological Modelling. 95(2-3): 211-224.
T. Oja, P.A. Arp. 1997. A forest soil vegetation atmosphere model (ForSVA), II: Application to Northern Tolerant Hardwoods. Ecological Modelling. 95(2-3): 225-247.
C.P-A. Bourque, P.A. Arp. 1996. Simulating sulfur dioxide plume dispersion and subsequent deposition downwind from a stationary point source: A model. Environmental Pollution. 91(3): 363-380.
T. Oja, X. Yin, P.A. Arp. 1995. The forest modelling series ForM-S: applications to the Solling spruce site. Ecological Modelling. 83(1-2): 207-217.
Wim de Vries, M. Posch, T. Oja, H. Oene, Harmke van Kros, P. Warfvinge, P.A. Arp. 1995. Modelling critical loads for the Solling spruce site. Ecological Modelling. 83(1-2): 283-293.
F-R. Meng, C.P-A. Bourque, R.F. Belczewski, N.J. Whitney, P.A. Arp. 1995. Foliage responses of spruce trees to long-term low-grade sulfur dioxide deposition. Environmental Pollution. 90(2): 143-152.
F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp. 1994. Modelling photosynthetic responses of a spruce canopy to SO2 exposure. Forest Ecology and Management. 67(1-3): 69-85.