Publications

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2017

Vasco Pérez C*, Tamayo G, Griess VC (2017).
The drivers of market integration among Indigenous peoples: Evidence from the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Society & Natural Resources (Taylor & Francis). doi: 10.1080/08941920.2017.1331487

Krause M*, Nkonya E, Griess VC (2017).
An economic valuation of ecosystem services to quantify the costs of land degradation in rural Ethiopian communities.
Ecosystem Services (Elsevier) 26A: 37-44. doi: 0.1016/j.ecoser.2017.06.002.

Griess VC, Leclerc ME*, Man CD*, Tansey J, Bull GQ (2017).
Carbon stocks and timber harvest. Alternative policy approaches for the Great Bear rainforest and their consequences.
In press. Forest Policy and Economics (Elsevier) June 2017. doi: 10.1016/j.forpol.2017.06.001.

 

 

Vasco Pérez C*, Torres B, Pacheco P, Griess VC (2017):
The socioeconomic determinants of legal and illegal smallholder logging: Evidence from the Ecuadorian Amazon
Forest Policy and Economics (Elsevier) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1389934116302313.

 

2016

Griess VC (2016).
New developments in forest management planning.
CAB reviews (CABI) 11 (05). doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR201611005.

Porth I, Bull GQ, Cool J, Gelinas N, Griess VC (2016).
An economic assessment of genomics research and development initiative projects in forestry.
CAB reviews (CABI) 11 (16). doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR201611016

Griess VC, Uhde B, Ham C, Seifert T (2016):
Product diversification in South Africa’s commercial timber plantations: a way to mitigate investment risk.
Southern Forests (Taylor & Francis). Online first. doi: 10.2989/20702620.2015.1136508
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Roessiger J, Ficko A, Clasen C, Griess VC, Knoke T (2016).
Variability in growth of trees in uneven-aged stands displays the need for optimizing diversified harvest diameters.
European Journal of Forest Research. Online First doi:10.1007/s10342-015-0935-6 

2015

Griess VC, Panwar R, Cool J (2015).
The potential of mixing timber assets to financially offset negative effects of deer browsing on western redcedar.
The Forestry Chronicle 91(04): 436-443, doi: 10.5558/tfc2015-073

Härtl F, Barka I, Hahn WA, Hlásny T, Irauschek F, Knoke T, Lexer MJ, Griess VC (2015).
Multifunctionality in European mountain forests – An optimization under changing climatic conditions.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research doi: 10.1139/cjfr-2015-0264
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Van Hecken G, Baker K* (2015).
Crossfire: ‘Are we using payments for ecosystem services to transfer our responsibility for over-consuming natural resources onto poor farmers in the Global South?.
Enterprise Development and Microfinance. 26 (3) pp-215-221. : http://dx.doi.org/10.3362/1755-1986.2015.019
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Baker K* (2015).
Reducing costs of data collection and analysis.
European Tropical Forest Research Network. Issue 57, p189.

Man CD, Lyons KC, Nelson JD, Bull GQ (2015).
Cost to produce carbon credits by reducing the harvest level in British Columbia, Canada
Forest Policy and Economics. February:9-17 doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2014.12.002

Porth I, Bull GQ,  Ahmed S, El-Kassaby Y, Boyland M (2015).
Forest genomics research and development in Canada: Priorities for developing an economic framework.
Forestry Chronicle 91(1):1-13

Uhde B, Hahn WA, Griess VC, Knoke T (2015).
Hybrid MCDA Methods to Integrate Multiple Ecosystem Services in Forest Management Planning: A Critical Review
Environmental Management (Springer) http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00267-015-0503-3?wt_mc=event.ArticleAuthor. OnlineFirst
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2014

Bull GQ, Pledger S*, Splittgerber M, Stephen J, Probowo A, Baker K, Singh D*, Pootlass  D, and McLeod N (2014).
Culturally driven forest management, utilization and values: A Nuxalk First Nations case study.
Forestry Chronicle 90 (5): 51-58.

Paul C, Griess VC, Havardi-Burger N*, Weber M (2014).
Timber-based agrisilviculture improves financial viability of hardwood plantations: a case study from Panama.
Agroforestry Systems (Springer) http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10457-014-9755-9
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Neuner S, Albrecht A, Cullmann D, Engels F, Griess VC, Hahn WA, Hanewinkel M, Härtl F, Kölling C, Staupendahl K, Knoke T (2014).
Survival of Norway spruce remains higher in mixed stands under a dryer and warmer climate.
Global Change Biology (Wiley) http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.12751/abstract
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Nilausen C*, Gelinas N, and Bull GQ (2014).
Proposed research on social perception of marker-assisted selection and its role in the forests of British Columbia.
Forestry Chronicle. 90(5): 38-41.

Pledger S*, Ghafghazi S*, Bull GQ, and Mabee W (2014).
Analyzing forest biomass supply chains using agent based simulation modeling.
NSERC Value Chain Optimization Group Newsletter. Issue 17. Executive Summary.
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Bull GQ, Nilausen C* (2014).
Aboriginal forestry and related programs in Canada: Background report.
Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia

Wahl A*, Bull GQ (2014).
Private regulations for sustainability. Mapping research topics and theories in private regulation for sustainability in global value chain.
Journal of Business Ethics. 124(4):585-608

Hegde R, Bull GQ,  Kozak R, Wunder S (2014).
Household participation in a payments-for-environmental services program: A carbon sequestration project in Mozambique.
Environment and Development Sept. 2014:1-19. DOI:10.1017/S1355770X14000631   

Bull GQ, Elliot C, Boedhihartono A, Sayer J (2014).
Failures in tropical forest and conservation policy: What’s the solution?
Journal of Tropical Forest Science 26(1):1-4

Gong Y, Hegde R, Bull GQ (2014).
Payments for ecosystem services: lessons from developing countries.
Earthscan/Routledge. Abingdon, UK. Chapter 16. In: S. Kant and J. Alavalapati ed. Handbook in Forest Economics.


Student authors as well as researchers supervised by Dres. Bull and/ or Griess are indicated with (*)
For publications before 2014 please visit the faculty websites of Dr. Bull and Dr. Griess