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Journal Articles
Echiverri, L.F.I., Macdonald, S.E. & Nielsen, S.E. 2022. Neighboring edges: Interacting edge effects from linear disturbances in treed fens. Applied Vegetation Science 25:e12645.
Barber, Q.E., Bater, C.W., Dabros, A., Pinzon, J., Nielsen, S.E. & Parisien, M-A. 2021. Persistent impact of conventional seismic lines on boreal vegetation structure following wildfire. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 51:1–14.
Davidson, S.J., Goud, E.M., Franklin, C., Nielsen, S.E. & Strack, M. 2020. Seismic line disturbance alters soil physical and chemical properties across boreal forest and peatland soils. Frontiers in Earth Sciences 8: Article 281.
Echiverri, L.F.I., Macdonald, S.E. & Nielsen, S.E. 2020. Disturbing to restore? Effects of mounding on understory communities on seismic lines in treed peatlands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 50(12): 1340-1351.
Riva, F., Gentile, G., Bonelli, S., Acorn, J.H., Denes, F.V., Crosby, A.D. & Nielsen, S.E. 2020. Of detectability and camouflage: evaluating Pollard Walk rules using a common, cryptic butterfly. Ecosphere 11(4): e03101.
Roberts, D., Ciuti, S., Barber, Q.E., Willier, C. & Nielsen, S.E. 2018. Accelerated seed dispersal along linear disturbances in the Canadian oil sands region. Scientific Reports 8:4828.
van Rensen, C.K., Nielsen, S.E., White, B., Vinge, T. & Lieffers, V.J. 2015. Natural regeneration of forest vegetation on legacy seismic lines in boreal habitats in Alberta’s oil sands region. Biological Conservation 184: 127–135.
Book Chapters
Research Reports
Hecker, L.J., Dewart, L.T., Epperson, D., Edwards, M.A. & Nielsen, S.E. 2019. Ronald Lake Wood Bison Research Program: 2019 Annual Report. Report to the Ronald Lake Bison Herd Technical Team, January 22, 2020. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2H1, 46 pp.
Boutin, S., Nielsen, S.E., Bayne, E. 2018. Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chairs Final Report. University of Alberta. 65 pp.
Riva, F. 2019. Responses in butterflies to loss and fragmentation of boreal forests from in situ oil sands. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Van Rensen, C.K. 2014. Predicting patterns of regeneration on seismic lines to inform restoration planning in boreal forest habitats. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Roberts, D. & Nielsen, S.E. 2018. Seismic lines may spread seeds. Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chairs outreach note #8.
Filicetti, A. & Nielsen, S.E. 2017. Fire: a seismic restoration tool? Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chairs outreach note #2.
Riva, F., Acorn, J. & Nielsen, S.E. 2017. Low-impact holds true for butterflies. Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chairs outreach note #1.