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Carbon Themed Fall 2012 issue now available

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Full citation lists for articles in the Fall 2011 issue

Is red band needle blight a climate change canary? - By Kathy Lewis

Literature Cited

Boateng, K. 2011. Spore Dispersal and Infection of Dothistroma septosporum in Northwest British Columbia. MSc thesis, University of Northern BC, Prince George, BC.

Braun, C. 2009. The role of weather and topography in the development of Dothistroma septosporum. MSc Thesis, University of Northern BC, Prince George, BC.