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Biography

Dr. Glen Armstrong

Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci-Renewable Resources Department

University of Alberta, Canada

Associate Professor


Email: gwa@ualberta.ca


Qualifications

1999 Ph.D., University of Alberta, Canada

1990 M.Sc., University of Alberta, Canada

1982 B.Sc., University of Alberta, Canada


Publications (Selected)

  1. Rogeau MP and Armstrong GW (2017), Quantifying the effect of elevation and aspect on fire return intervals in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Forest Ecology and Management, 384, 248-261.
  2. Asante P and Armstrong G (2016), Carbon sequestration and the optimal forest harvest decision under alternative baseline policies, Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46, 5, 656-665.
  3. Armstrong GW (2014), Considerations for boreal mixedwood silviculture: a view from the dismal science, The Forestry Chronicle, 90, 1, 44-49.
  4. Elbakidze M, Andersson K, Angelstam P, Armstrong GW, Axelsson R, Doyon F, Hermansson M, Jacobsson J, and Pautov Y (2013), Sustained yield forestry in Sweden and Russia: How does it correspond to sustainable forest management policy?, Ambio, 42, 2, 160-173.
  5. Asante P, Armstrong GW, and Adamowicz WL (2012), Carbon sequestration and the optimal forest harvest decision: A dynamic programming approach considering biomass and dead organic matter, Journal of Forest Economics, 17, 1, 3-17.
  6. Armstrong GW and Luckert MK (2012), A Dynamic Programming Model to Determine the Optimal Harvest Decision for a Fir Forest that Provides Both Timber Harvest Volume and Carbon Sequestration Services, Journal of Forestry Faculty of Kastamonu University, 12, 31.
  7. Asante P and Armstrong GW (2012), Optimal forest harvest age considering carbon sequestration in multiple carbon pools: A comparative statics analysis, Journal of Forest Economics, 18, 2, 145-156.
  8. Anderson JA, Armstrong GW, Luckert MK, and Adamowicz WL (2012), Optimal zoning of forested land considering the contribution of exotic plantations, Mathematical and Computational Forestry & Natural Resource Sciences, 4, 2, 92.
  9. Asante P, Armstrong GW, and Adamowicz WL (2011), Carbon sequestration and the optimal forest harvest decision: A dynamic programming approach considering biomass and dead organic matter, Journal of Forest Economics, 17, 1, 3-17.
  10. Lieffers VJ, Armstrong GW, Stadt KJ, and Marenholtz EH (2008), Forest regeneration standards: are they limiting management options for Alberta's boreal mixedwoods?, The Forestry Chronicle, 84, 1, 76-82.
  11. McCarney GR, Armstrong GW, and Adamowicz WL (2008), Joint production of timber, carbon, and wildlife habitat in the Canadian boreal plains, Canadian journal of forest research, 38, 6, 1478-1492.
  12. Armstrong GW (2004), Sustainability of timber supply considering the risk of wildfire, Forest Science 50, 5, 626-639.
  13. Armstrong GW and Cumming SG (2004), Divided landbase, overlapping tenures, and fire risk, The Forestry Chronicle, 80, 4, 478-484.
  14. Armstrong GW, Adamowicz WL, Beck JA, Cumming SG and Schmiegelow FKA (2003), Coarse filter ecosystem management in a nonequilibrating forest, Forest Science, 49, 2, 209-223.
  15. Armstrong GW and Cumming (2003), Estimating the cost of land base changes due to wildfire using shadow prices, Forest Science 49, 5, 719-730.
  16. Adamowicz WL, Armstrong GW and Messmer MJ (2003), The economics of boreal forest management, Towards sustainable management of the boreal forest, 6, 1039.
  17. Cumming SG and Armstrong GW (2001), Divided land base and overlapping tenure in Alberta, Canada: A simulation study exploring costs of forest policy, For. Chron, 77, 501-508.
  18. Armstrong GW (1999), A stochastic characterisation of the natural disturbance regime of the boreal mixedwood forest with implications for sustainable forest management, Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29, 4, 424-433.
  19. Armstrong GW, Cumming SG, and Adamowicz WL (1999), Timber supply implications of natural disturbance management, The Forestry Chronicle, 75, 3, 497-504.