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Curriculum Vitae

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL

 

Surname: Bourque                                                Given Names: Joseph Charles Paul-André

 

 

Faculty Address:       Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management

                                            P.O Box 4400, Fredericton, New Brunswick,

Canada E3B 5A3

Office Phone No.: (506) 453-4930

 

Citizenship: Canadian

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Post-Secondary Education

 

1993           University of New Brunswick, Doctor of Philosophy (Forestry)

1985           University of New Brunswick, Master of Science in Forestry

1982           University of Alberta, Bachelor of Science (Synoptic Meteorology)

1981           Dalhousie University, Bachelor of Science (Honours, Math and Ecology)

 

 

Title of Graduate Thesis

·                     PhD Thesis: "Sulfur Dioxide Absorption by Spruce Forests Downwind from a Coal-Fired Generator"

·                     MScF Thesis: "Atmospheric Turbulence Above a New Brunswick Forest: A Computer Simulation"

 

Other Formal Education

 

1992-1993            University of New Brunswick, Postdoctoral Fellow

 

Research Interests

·                     Systems Modelling: computer modelling of biophysical processes, systems response, and model sensitivity and validation, use of artificial intelligence in environmental modelling

 

·                     Atmosphere-Forest Interactions: energy and mass transfer to and from forests, forest biophysical and landscape processes, water and landuse relationships, topographic and edge effects, scaling issues, remote sensing, Ecohydrology, climate change

 

·                     Environmental Monitoring: eddy-covariance monitoring of atmospheric fluxes, energy balance, micrometeorology

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

 

Employment History at UNB

 

Feb 1, 2005-June 30, 2007            Assistant Dean

July 1, 2004-present                       Professor

July 1, 1998-2004                              Associate Professor

July 1, 2000                         Tenure

July 1, 1994-1998                             Assistant Professor

 

                April, 2002-2007               Principal Investigator of the NB-component of the national Fluxnet-Canada Research Network project (2002-2007)

                April, 2007-2009             Research advisor to the Chinese Meteorological Administration on matters pertaining to agricultural-ecological hydrometeorology, landscape processes, and climate change.

                April, 2007-2010                Member of scientific committee of the 2nd and 3rd International Symposium on Arid Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Lanzhou, P.R. China, September 2007, 2010.

                Oct., 2009-present         Co-director of the UNB Climate Change Centre of Expertise, sponsored by Environment Canada.

                Oct., 2012-present           Editorial board member, Advance Research in Meteorological Sciences.

 

Previous Employment

·                     Concord Scientific Corporation, Air Pollution Scientist, June 1985-May 1987

·                     Nova Scotia Agricultural College (Truro, NS), Department of Mathematics and Physics, Assistant Professor, August 1993-June 1994

 

Sabbatical Leaves

1.        January 1-June 30, 2002 (St. Lucia; Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry)

2.       January 1-June 30, 2009 (China Meteorological Administration, China, PRC and St. Lucia; Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry)

 

Distinctions, Honours, Fellowships, Scholarships

·                     Campbell Scientific Canada Corp., Scholarship (May, 1987)

·                     Scholarship in Forest Climatology, presented by the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (April, 1988)

·                     1998 recipient of the Graham K. Walker Memorial Award, presented by the Canadian Society of Agrometeorology (July 1998).  This award is given to early to mid-career scientists on the basis of excellence and further potential in the fields of agro- and forest meteorology.

·                     2003 recipient of a UNB Merit Award, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

 

 

 

 

 

DISSEMINATION OF KNOWLEDGE

 

Courses Taught

Environmental Hydrometeorology, Ecohydrology, Understanding Environmental Issues, Introduction to Hydrometeorological Systems, Ecological Modelling, Climate Change, Statistics, Differential and Integral Calculus

 

Direction of Research of Graduate Studies

 

Name

 

Program

 

Research Topic

 

Started

 

Completed

M. Smith

MScF (UNB)

Vegetation succession and ecosystem modelling

January 1996

May 1998

D. Haughton

MF (UNB)

Estimating rates of surface erosion for the Hope River watershed

September 1997

October 1998

J. Gullison

(NSERC Scholar)

MScF (UNB)

Spatial modelling of forest-landscape succession

September 1998

May 2002

C. Isaac

MScF (UNB)

Quantifying ET for the Island of St. Lucia

September 1999

February 2001

T. Sable

PhD (UNB)

Development of a culturally appropriate pedagogy and science curriculum for Mi’kmaw students

September 1998

October 2005

Z. Zhu

PhD (UNB)

Modelling the effects of harvesting disturbance on nutrient cycling and long-term site sustainable productivity

September 1994

July 2001

X. Zhu

PhD (UNB)

Climate effects on tree cavitation

September 1994

January 2001

M. Moayeri

 

PhD (UNB)

Sustainable forest biomass production: concepts with application

September 1994

December

2000

B. Case

MScF (UNB)

Assessing patterns of soil nutrients and tree productivity along four small watersheds as influenced by topography

September

1996

February

2001

P. Carter

MScF (UNB)

Effects of Defoliation and De-budding on Growth and Photosynthesis of Balsam Fir Seedlings

September 1994

November 1997

 

L. Zhu

MScF (UNB)

The effects of harvesting on the species composition and diversity of the herbaceous layer in a mixed forest in N.B.

September 1995

August 1998

J. Duynisveld

MScAgr

(NSAC)

A dynamic model of N flows on a dairy farm

September 1994

September 1999

B. Stanley

MScF(UNB)

Hydrogeochemical responses to forest operations

September 1997

December 2002

B. Simpson

MScF (UNB)

Influence of forest operations on stream water quality

September 1997

May 2000

 

C. Brassard

 

MScAgr (NSAC)

Measuring evaporative fluxes  above an agricultural constructed wetland

September 1999

April 2001

J. Boucher

MSc (UNB)

Climate change and migratory birds

September 2000

Withdrew, May 2002

D. Allen

MScF (UNB)

Thaw-freeze cycles: decline of the yellow birch

May 2000

December 2003

S. Lamlom

PhD (UNB)

Carbon in wood

September 2000

May 2005

V. Balland

MScF (UNB)

Hydrgeologic modeling of the flow of cations and anions in select watersheds of eastern Canada with special focus on snowpack effects

September 2000

December 2002

D. McLellan

 

MScAgr (NSAC)

Evaluation of neural networks for predictive emission monitoring

September 2004

May 2007

 

Z. Xing

PhD (UNB)

Forest meteorology and C-cycling

January 2003

May 2007

E. Smith

(NSERC Scholar)

PhD (UNB)

Greenhouse gas production in agricultural fields

September 2003

October 2008

Van Nguyen, Dai

 

PhD (UNB)

C sequestration and biomass predictions from RS

May 2004

Withdrew due to ill health, December 2005

C. Clowater

 

MScF (UNB)

Stratifying forest growth and yield curves to depth to water table and climate variables

January 2005

Withdrew, September 2007

Q. Hassan

PhD (UNB)

Using RS and process modelling to estimate soil water content

September 2005

October 2008

Q. Yang

PhD (UNB)

Nutrient fluxes between agricultural fields and forest land

September 2004

October 2009

C. Zhang

PhD (DAL)

Mercury in the environment

April 2008

May 2011

Z. Zhao

PhD(UNB)

Site soil nutrient and drainage modelling

April 2007

 

 

-

Irfan Ashraf

PhD(UNB)

Forest management and climate change

September2009

 

 

-

Mark Baah-

Acheamfour

MScF(UNB)

Potential species distribution: incorporating species interaction

March 2009

May 2011

Mir Matin

PhD(UNB)

Landscape process modelling

May 2010

-

Kingsley Kyere-Donkor

MScF(UNB)

Environmental controls on net ecosystem productivity in two balsam fir stands in SW New Brunswick

September 2010

 

September 2012

Alexander Ryerson

MScF(UNB)

Forest planning with conditions of climate change

May 2011

 

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RESEARCH, SCHOLARLY, OR CREATIVE ACTIVITY

 

Articles Published or Accepted for Publication in Refereed Journals

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Arp, P.A., Dickison, R.B.B., Mickle, R.E. 1989. De-stabilization of the lower atmosphere above a forest canopy: a model approach. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 47:49-74.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Arp, P.A. 1994. Dawn-to-dusk evolution of air turbulence, temperature and sensible and latent heat fluxes above a forest canopy: Concepts, model and field comparisons. Atmosphere-Ocean, 32(2):299-334.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Arp, P.A. 1994. Sulfur dioxide plume dispersion and subsequent absorption by coniferous forests: Field measurements and model calculations. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 71:151-168.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Daugharty, D.A., Dickison, R.B.B., Arp, P.A. 1995. Changes in albedo of a northern hardwood forest following clear-cutting. Forest Science, 41(2):268-277.

 

Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Belczewski, R.F., Whitney, N.J., Arp, P.A. 1995. Foliage responses of spruce trees to long-term sulfur dioxide deposition. Environmental Pollution, 90(2):143-152.

 

Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Jewett, K., Daugharty, D.A., Arp. P.A. 1995. The Nashwaak Experimental Watershed Project: analyzing effects of clear cutting on soil temperature, soil moisture, snow pack, snowmelt, and stream flow.  In Boreal Forest and Global Change: International Boreal Forest Research Association Conference 1994, Apps, M. J. (editor), p. 363-375.

 

Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Jewett, K., Daugharty, D.A., Arp. P.A. 1995. The Nashwaak Experimental Watershed Project: analyzing effects of clear cutting on soil temperature, soil moisture, snow pack, snowmelt, and stream flow. Air, Soil and Water Pollution, 82:363-374.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Arp, P.A. 1996. Simulating sulfur dioxide plume dispersion and subsequent deposition downwind from a stationary point source: a model. Environmental Pollution, 91(3):363-380.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Gullison, J.J. 1998.  A technique to predict hourly potential solar radiation and temperature for a mostly unmonitored area in the Cape Breton Highlands. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 78:409-420.

 

Yanni, S., Keys, K., Clair, T. A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C. P.-A., Arp, P. A. 2000. Fog and acidification impacts on ion budgets of basins in Nova Scotia: Chemical Composition. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 36:619-631.

 

Bhatti, J.S., Fleming, R.L., Foster, N.W., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Arp, P.A. 2000.  Simulations of pre- and post-harvest soil temperature, soil moisture, and snow pack for jack pine: comparison with field observations. Forest Ecology and Management, 138:413-426.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Gullison, J.J., Bridgland, J. 2000.  Biophysical and potential vegetation growth surfaces for a small watershed in Northern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 30:1179-1195.

 

Bhatti, J.S., Fleming, R.L., Foster, N.W., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Arp, P.A. 2001.  Simulations of pre- and post-harvest soil temperature, soil moisture, and snow pack for jack pine: comparison with field observations. In Forest Soils and Ecosystem Sustainability (Chapter 28), Boyle, J. R. and Powers, R. F. (editors), ISBN: 0-444-50714-0, 474 pp.

 

Gullison, J.J., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2001.  Spatial prediction of tree and shrub succession in a small watershed in northern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.  Ecological Modelling, 137(2-3):181-199.

 

Delmelle, P., Stix, J., Bourque, C.P.-A., Baxter, P.J., Garcia-Alvarez, J., Barquero, J. 2001.  Dry deposition and heavy acid loading in the vicinity of Masaya volcano, a major sulfur and chlorine source in Nicaragua, Environmental Science and Technology, 35(7):289-1293.

 

Isaac, C., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2001.  The ecological life zones of St. Lucia. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 10(5):549-566.

 

Tang, S., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2001.  Analyzing parameters of growth and yield models for Chinese fir provenances with a linear mixed model approach.  Silvae Genetica, 50(3-4):140-145. 

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Pomeroy, J. 2001.  Pre- and post-harvest, inter-watershed comparison of late spring to early fall stream temperatures from the Hayward Brook Watershed Area of Southeast New Brunswick, Canada.  Hydrology and Earth Systems Science, 5(4):599-613.

 

Zhu, X.B., Cox, R.M., Bourque, C.P-A., Arp, P.A. 2002. Thaw effects on cold-hardiness parameters in yellow birch.  Canadian Journal of Botany, 80(4):390-398.

 

Arp, P.A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Steeves, M. 2003.  UNB’s Nexfor/Bowater Forest Watershed Centre develops high-technology tools for better management of forested watersheds.  Forestry Chronicle, 79(1):26-27.

 

Zhu, Z.X., Arp P.A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P-A., Foster, N.W., 2003. A Forest Nutrient Cycling and Biomass Model (ForNBM) based on year-round, monthly weather conditions, Part I: Assumption, structure and processing. Ecological Modelling, 169:347-360.

 

Zhu, Z.X., Arp, P.A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Foster, N.W. 2003. A Forest 
Nutrient Cycling and Biomass Model (ForNBM) based on year-round, monthly weather conditions, Part II: Calibration, verification, and application. Ecological Modelling, 170(1):13-27. 
 

Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., and Oldford, S.P., Swift, D.E., Smith, H.C. 2003. Combining carbon sequestration objectives with timber management planning. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 8:371-403.

 

Zhu, Z.X., Foster, N.W., Arp, P.A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque C.P.-A. 2004. A test and application of the model ForNBM in a Northeastern Ontario jack pine (Pinus banksiana lamb.) stand. Forest Ecology and Management, 193(3):385-397.

 

Zhu, Z.X, 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. Ecological Modelling, 185(2-4):231-243.

 

Bourque, C.P-A, Cox, R.M., Allen, D.J., Arp, P.A., Meng, F.-R. 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.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C.P.-A., Clowater, W.C., Swift, D.E., Krasowski, M., Meng, F.-R. 2005. Carbon and biomass partitioning in balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.). Tree Physiology, 25:1207-1217.

 

Cox, R.M., Zhu, X.B., Bourque, C.P.-A., Allen, D.J., Arp, P.A. 2005. Global change stresses in northern hardwoods of Canada. The International Forestry Review, 7(5):88.

 

Neilson, E.T., MacLean, D.A., Arp, P.A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Bhatti, J.S. 2006.  Modelling carbon sequestration with CO2Fix and a timber supply model for use in forest management planning.  Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 86(2):219-233.

 

Coursolle, C., Margolis, H.A., Barr, A.G., Black, T.A., Amiro, B.D., McCaughey, J.H.,

Flanagan, L.B., Lafleur, P.M., Roulet, N.T., Bourque, C.P.-A., Arain, M.A., Wofsy, S.C., Dunn, A., Morgenstern, K., Orchansky, A.L., Bernier, P.Y. , Chen, J.M., Kidston, J. , Saigusa, N., Hedstrom, N. 2006. Late-summer carbon fluxes from Canadian forests and peatlands along an east-west continental transect. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36(3):783-800.

 

Schwalm, C.R., Black, T.A., Amiro, B.D., Arain, M.A., Barr, A.G., Bourque, C.P.-A., Dunn, A.L., Flanagan, L.B., Giasson, M.-A., Lafleur, P.M., Margolis, H.A., McCaughey, J.H., Orchansky, A.L., Wofsy, S.C. 2006. Photosynthetic light use efficiency of three biomes across an east-west continental-scale transect in Canada. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 140:269-286.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Arp, P.A., MacLean, D., Zhang, Y. 2006. Net daytime carbon dioxide fluxes over eastern Canadian forests: an application of MODIS imagery. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2006. IGARSS 2006. IEEE International Conference, p. 1717-1720.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P-A., 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(6):405-416.

 

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., Meng, F.-R., Swift, D.E. 2007. Generating forest management plans with the explicit purpose to maximize carbon sequestration at the landscape level. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 12(7):1253-1275.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Cox, R.M., Swift, D.E. 2007. A simple net ecosystem productivity model for gap filling of tower based fluxes: an extension of Landsberg’s equation with modifications to the light interception term.  Ecological Modelling, 206(3-4): 250-262.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., 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.

 

Zhu, Z., Arp, P.A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Mazunder, A. 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.

 

Smith, E.L., Gordon, R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Campbell, A.J. 2007.  Comparison of three simple ammonia measurement methods for ammonia volatilization from manure.  Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 87(4):469-477.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. 2007. Application of Landsat-7 ETM+ and MODIS products in mapping seasonal accumulation of growing degree days at an enhanced resolution. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 1:013539, 10p.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Cox, R.M. 2007. A wetness index using terrain-corrected surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index derived from standard MODIS products: an evaluation of its use in a humid forest-dominated region of eastern Canada. Sensors, 7: 2028-2048.

 

Smith, E., Gordon, G., Campbell, A.J., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2007. An assessment of odour emissions from land applied swine manure. Canadian Biosystems Engineering, 49:6.33-6.40.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Cox, R.M., Swift, D.E., Zha, T.-S., Chow, L. 2008. Modification of an ecosystem model for filling medium-sized gaps in tower-based estimates of net ecosystem productivity. Ecological Modelling, 213:86-97.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Cox, R.M., Swift, D.E., Zha, T.-S. Chow, L. 2008. A process-based model designed for filling of large data gaps in tower-based measurements of net ecosystem productivity. Ecological Modelling, 213:165-179.

 

Smith, E., Gordon, G., Bourque, C.P.-A., Campbell, A. J. 2008. Management strategies to simultaneously reduce ammonia, nitrous oxide, and odour emissions from surface applied swine manure. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 88(4):571-584.

   

Yuan, F., Arain, M.A., Amiro, B., Barr, A., Black, T.A, Bourque, C.P.-A., Coursolle, C., Margolis, H., McCaughey, H., Wofsy, S.C. 2008. Modeling analysis of primary controls on carbon exchanges in seven boreal and temperate coniferous forests across an east-west continental transect in Canada.  Global Change Biology, 14:1-20.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Hassan, Q.K. 2008. Projected impacts of climate change on species distribution in the Acadian Forest region of eastern Nova Scotia . Forestry Chronicle, 84(4):553 - 557.

 

Smith, E., Gordon, R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Campbell, A., Génermont, S., Rochette, P., Mkhabela, M. 2009. Simulated management effects on ammonia emissions from field applied manure. Journal of Environmental Management, 90:2531-2536.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Buchanan, W., Hassan, Q.K. 2009.  An analysis of habitat suitability and charcoal-yielding characteristics of five exotic tree species intended for bioenergy production in Jamaica. Journal of Bio-based Materials and Bioenergy, 3(1):46-56.

 

Yang, Q., Meng, F.-R., Zhao, Z, Chow, T.L., Benoy, G., Rees, H.W., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2009.  Assessing the impacts of flow diversion terraces on stream water and sediment yields at a watershed level using SWAT model. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment, 132(1-2):23-31.

 

Smith, E., Gordon, R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Campbell, A., Génermont, S., Rochette, P., Mkhabela, M. 2009. Simulating ammonia loss from surface applied manure. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 89: 357-367.

 

Grant, R.F., Barr, A.G., Black, T.A., Margolis, H.A., Dunn, A.L., Metsaranta, J., Wang, S., McCaughey, J.H., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2009. Interannual variation in net ecosystem productivity of Canadian forests as affected by regional weather patterns — a Fluxnet-Canada synthesis. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 149:2022-2039.

 

Yang, Q., Zhao, Z.-Y., Chow, T.L., Rees, H.W., Bourque, C.P.-A., 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 northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 23:3271—3280.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2009. Potential species distribution of balsam fir based on the integration of biophysical variables derived with remote sensing and process-based methods. Remote Sensing, 1:393-407.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Hassan, Q.K. 2009. Vegetation control in the long-term self-stabilization of the Liangzhou Oasis of the upper Shiyang River watershed of west-central Gansu, Northwest China. Earth Interactions, 13(13):1-22.

 

Zhang, C.-J., Bourque, C.P.-A., Sun, L.-D., Hassan, Q.K. 2010: Spatiotemporal modeling of monthly precipitation in the upper Shiyang River watershed in west central Gansu, northwest China. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 27(1):185-194.

 

Yang, Q., Zhao, Z., Benoy, G., Chow, T.L., Rees, H., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. 2010. A watershed-scale assessment of cost-effectiveness of sediment abatement with flow diversion terraces. Journal of Environmental Quality, 39:220-227.

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2010. Spatial enhancement of MODIS-based images of leaf area index: application to the boreal forest region of northern Alberta, Canada. Remote Sensing , 2 (1):278-289.

 

Zhu, X., Bourque, C.P.-A., Taylor, S., Cox, R.M., Wentzell, C. 2010. Predicting the effects of woodcutting and moose browsing on forest development in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, Canada. Forestry Chronicle, 86(2):178-192.

 

Dombroskie, S., McKendy, M., Ruelland, C., Richards, W., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. 2010. Assessing impact of projected future climate on tree species growth and yield: development of an evaluation strategy. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 15(4): 307-320.

 

Zhang, C., Trofymow, J.A., Jamieson, R.C., Meng, F.-R., Gordon, R., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2010. Litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralization from an annual to a monthly model. Ecological Modelling, 221:1944-1953.

 

Gea-Izquierdo, G., Mäkelä, A., Margolis, H., Bergeron, Y., Black, A.T., Dunn, A., Hadley, J., Paw U, K.T., Falk, M., Wharton, S., Monson, R., Hollinger, D.Y., Laurila, T., Aurela, M., McCaughey, H., Bourque, C.P.-A., Vesala, T., Berninger, F. 2010. Modelling acclimation of photosynthesis to temperature in evergreen boreal conifer forests. New Phytologist, 188(1):175-186.

 

Li, S. Hao, Q., Swift, E., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. 2010. A stand dynamic model for red pine plantations with different initial densities. New Forests, 41(1):41-53.

 

Chen, B.-Z., Coops, N.C., Fu, D.J.,  Margolis, H.A., Amiro, B.D., Barr, A.G., Black, T.A., Arain, M.A., Bourque, C.P.-A., Flanagan, L.B., Lafleur, P.M., McCaughey, J.H., Wofsy, S.C. 2011. Assessing eddy-covariance flux tower location bias across the Fluxnet-Canada Research Network based on remote sensing and footprint modelling. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 151(1):87-100.

 

Zhang, C., Jamieson, R.C., Meng, F.-R., Gordon, R.J., Bhatti, J., Bourque, C.P.-A. 2011. Long-term forest-floor litter dynamics in Canada’s boreal forest: comparison of two model formulations. Ecological Modelling, 222:1236-1244.

 

Yang, Q., Benoy, G., Zhao, Z., Chow, T.L., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. 2011. Watershed-level analysis of exceedance frequencies for different management strategies. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada, 46(1):64-73.

 

Brümmer, C., Black, T.A., Jassal, R.S., Grant, N.J., Spittlehouse, D.L., Chen, B.-Z., Nesic, Z., Amiro, B.D., Arain, M.A., Barr, A.G., Bourque, C.P.-A., Coursolle, C., Dunn, A.L., Flanagan, L.B., Humphreys, E.R., Lafleur, P.M., Margolis, H.A., McCaughey, J.H., Wofsy, S.C. 2012. How climate and vegetation type influence evapotranspiration and water use efficiency in Canadian forest, peatland, and grassland ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 153:14-30.

 

Yang, Q., Benoy, G., Chow, T.L., Daigle, J.-L., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. 2012. Using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool to estimate achievable water quality targets through implementation of beneficial management practices in an agricultural watershed management practices. Journal of Environmental Quality, 41(1):64-72.

 

Ashraf, I.M., Zhao, Z., Bourque, C.P.-A., 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 Processes, 26(8): 1119-1133.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Mir, A.M. 2012. Seasonal snow cover in the Qilian Mountains of Northwest China: Its dependence on oasis seasonal evolution and lowland production of water vapour. Journal of Hydrology, 454-455: 141-151.

 

Chen B.-Z., Coops, N.C., Margolis, H.A., Amiro, B.D., Arain, M.A., Barr, A.G., Black, T.A., Bourque, C. P.-A., Flanagan, L.B., Lafleur, P.M., McCaughey, J.H., Wofsy, S.C. 2012. Characterizing spatial representativeness of flux tower eddy-covariance measurements across the Canadian Carbon Program Network using remote sensing and footprint analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment, 124:742-755.

 

Ashraf, M.I, Bourque, C.P.-A., MacLean, D.A., Erdle, T. and 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.

 

Zhang, C., Jamieson, R.C., Meng, F.-R., Gordon, R., Bourque, C. P.-A. 2013. Model simulation of monthly dissolved organic carbon concentrations in small forested watersheds. Ecological Modelling, 250:205-213, 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.11.007.

 

Mir, M.A., and Bourque, C.P.-A. 2013. Influence of Vegetation Cover on Regional Evapotranspiration in Semi-arid Watersheds in Northwest China. In: Evapotranspiration - An Overview (S.G. Alexandris, Ed.). InTech, ISBN 980-953-307-541-4.

 

Non-Refereed Publications

 

Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Arp, P. A. 1994. Sulfur dioxide deposition downwind from the Grand Lake power generator: impacts on spruce foliage.  In Workshop Proceedings, Ecological Monitoring and Research in the Coastal Environment of the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone: Occasional Rept. No. 4, Huntsman Marine Laboratory, St. Andrews.

 

Smith, M., Bourque, C. P.-A. and Roberts, M. 1996.  Vegetation succession and

ecosystem modelling, Progress Rept., Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Parks Canada.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 1997. Accounting for variable terrain in landscape forest-climate models.  In Workshop proceedings, Climate Change and Climate Variability in Atlantic Canada: Occasional Rept. No. 9, Environment Canada -Atlantic Region, Halifax, NS. (Editor:R.W. Shaw)

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 1998. Estimating surface energy input using a digital terrain and vegetation model.  In Workshop proceedings, Using Environmental Prediction in Ecosystem Science in Atlantic Canada: Occasional Rept. No. 11, Environment Canada -Atlantic Region, Halifax, NS. (Editors: R. W. Shaw, M.M.E. Danks, and S. Miller)

 

Smith, M., Bourque, C. P.-A. and Roberts, M. 1998.  An examination of forest succession in the Cape Breton Highlands of Nova Scotia, Final Rept., Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Parks Canada.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. and Gullison, J. J. 1999.  Spatial modelling of forest landscape succession: First Progress Rept., Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Parks Canada

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. and Gullison, J. J. 2000.  Spatial modelling of forest landscape succession: Second Progress Rept., Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Parks Canada.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Gullison, J. J., and Bridgland, J. 2000.  Forest-landscape succession modelling for the Clyburn River Valley Watershed in northeast Cape Breton Island.  In proceedings, Northern Cape Breton Wildlife Workshop: Parks Canada -Atlantic Region, Halifax, NS. (Editors: Bridgland and Lock)

 

Cox, R. M., Arp, P. A., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C. P.-A., Zhu, X.B., Allen, D. J., Richards, W., and Wartman, D. 2001.  Using winter climatic data to estimate spring crown dieback in yellow birch: A case study to project extent and locations of past and future birch decline. Climate Change Action Fund, CCAF, Project A117, Final Scientific Report.

 

Fahmy, S. H., Bourque, C. P.-A. and Colpitts, M. C.  2002. The creation of a pedo-climatic map and the development of the CanSis-INTERPNB2000 interpretation model for agricultural crop and forest tree production in New Brunswick. Fredericton, N.B.: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Fundy Model Forest Report, PRC Contribution No., 02-02.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. , Swift, D. E. and Pomeroy, J. H.  2002. Area delineation of rare plant species for the Nepisguit License: Production of habitat suitability maps. Technical Report prepared for M. Halinen, UPM-Kymmene, Miramichi City, NB.

 

Margolis, H., et al., 2002.  Fluxnet-Canada Annual Progress Report. Fluxnet-Canada Research Network

 

Cox, R. M., Zhu, X.B., and Bourque, C.P.-A. 2003. Estimation of acid fog deposition to forests adjacent to the Bay of Fundy for summers of 1987-1989 and 1996-1998.  Report prepared for Environment Canada Subvention Program, Fiscal Year 2002-2003, Downsview, ON

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2003. Potential for carbon sequestration by Atlantic Maritime Forest

Ecosystems.  In the Conference Proceedings of the Kyoto Protocol and Environmental Policy in Atlantic Canada Conference, 2 May, Policy Studies Center, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB., p. 101-123. (Editors: V. Lantz and J. Ruggeri)

 

Zhu, X., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Cox, R. M. 2003. Estimation of atmospheric Hg input via fog deposition to forests adjacent to the Bay of Fundy.  COMERN Research Project (Case Study): Coastal environment of the Bay of Fundy. Project No. 323.

 

Margolis, H., et al., 2003.  Fluxnet-Canada Annual Progress Report. Fluxnet-Canada Research Network

 

Cox, R. M., Zhu, X.-B., Ritchie, C. D., Bourque, C. P.-A.,  and Arp, P. A. 2004. Spatial modeling of marine fog water deposition with application to acidifying substances and mercury input to forests adjacent to the Bay of Fundy. In the Conference Proceedings of the NADP, Technical Committee Meeting and Scientific Symposium, 21-23 September, Halifax, NS, p. 33.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A.,  Meng, F.-R., Xing, Z., van Nguyen, D., Arp, P. A., Lavigne, M., Cox, R.

M., and Swift, D. E. 2004. Carbon sequestration research in NB: the role of Fluxnet-Canada. In the Conference Proceedings of the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, 15-16 October, Fredericton, NB, p. 23.

 

Neilson, E. T., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., MacLean, D. A., and Arp, P. A. 2004. Integrating carbon sequestration objectives into forest management planning. In the Conference Proceedings of the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, 15-16 October, Fredericton, NB, p. 94.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Meng, F.-R., 2004. Energy budget above a balsam fir forest in maritime New Brunswick. In the Conference Proceedings of the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, 15-16 October, Fredericton, NB, p. 105.

 

Margolis, H., et al., 2004.  Fluxnet-Canada Annual Progress Report. Fluxnet-Canada Research Network.

 

Margolis, H., et al., 2005.  Fluxnet-Canada Annual Progress Report. Fluxnet-Canada Research Network.

 

Cheatley, E.G., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Journeay, W.C., and Swift, D.E. 2006. Regeneration response on different micro-sites following site preparation and direct seeding in southwestern Nova Scotia. Unpubl. Abstracts. Bowater Mersey Woodlands Research Seminar. Brooklyn, Nova Scotia., 14 p.

 

Hassan, Q.K., and Bourque, C.P-A. 2006. Estimating daily evapotranspiration for forests in Maritime Canada: application of MODIS imagery. In the Conference Proceedings of the ASPRS 2006 Annual Conference, 1-5 May, Reno, Nevada.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Arp, P., MacLean, D. and Zhang, Y. 2006. Net daytime carbon dioxide fluxes over eastern Canadian forests: An application of MODIS imagery. In the Conference Proceedings of the IEEE/IGARSS 2006, 31 July-4 August, Denver, CO, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), New York. Pp. 1717-1720.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Lehnert, S., Xing, Z., Meng, F.-R., and Swift, D. E. 2006. Site influences on net ecosystem productivity in fifteen managed Abies balsamea stands.  In the Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Regional Carbon Budgets, Beijing, P.R. China, 16-18 August.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Meng, F.-R. 2006.  Development of a CO2 exchange model (CEM) with auto-parameter optimization for gap filling of flux data.  In the Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Regional Carbon Budgets, Beijing, P.R. China, 16-18 August.

 

Margolis, H., et al., 2006.  Fluxnet-Canada Annual Progress Report. Fluxnet-Canada Research Network.

Clowater, C.W., Bourque, C.P-A., Meng, F.-R., Swift, D.E. 2006. Using site and climate variables to explain forest productivity in Nova Scotia (extended abstract). In Forest Science across the Borders, Eastern CANUSA Conference Handbook, Québec, QC.

Cheatley, L.G., Swift, D.E., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., and Journeay, W.C. 2006. Regeneration microsite moisture relationships following site preparation and direct seeding in southwestern Nova Scotia (extended abstract). In Forest Science across the Borders, Eastern CANUSA Conference Handbook, Québec, QC.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Clowater, C.W., and Xing, Z. 2006. Nighttime ecosystem respiration modelling for balsam fir (Abies balsamea) forests in eastern Canada. (extended abstract). In Forest Science across the Borders, Eastern CANUSA Conference Handbook, Québec, QC.

 

Sockabasin, K.A., Swift, D.E., Bourque, C.P.-A. and Meng, F.-R. 2006. Modeling black ash (Fraxinus nigra Marsh.) habitat for west-central New Brunswick (extended abstract). In Forest Science across the Borders, Eastern CANUSA Conference Handbook, Québec, QC.

 

Margolis, H., et al., 2007.  Fluxnet-Canada Annual Progress Report. Fluxnet-Canada Research Network.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. and Hassan, Q.K. 2008. Leaf area index review and determination for the Greater Athabasca Oil Sands Region of northern Alberta, Canada.  Unpubl. Rept. to Cumulative Environmental Management Association, Fort McMurray, AB, 40 pp.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Hassan, Q.K. and Swift, D. E. 2009. Modelled potential species distribution for current and projected future climates for the Acadian Forest Region of Nova Scotia, Canada.  Unpubl. Rept., to Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, 46 pp.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. and Hassan, Q.K 2010. Modelled potential species distribution for current and projected future climates for Prince Edward Island, Canada.  Unpubl. Rept., to Prince Edward Island Department of Environment, Energy, and Forestry, 48 pp.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. and Hassan, Q.K 2010.  Field verification of MODIS-based leaf area index for the Greater Athabasca Oil Sands Region of northern Alberta, Canada. Unpubl. Rept., to Cumulative Environmental Management Association, 118 pp.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Richards, W., and Meng, F.-R. 2010. Climate change centre of expertise at the University of New Brunswick: End of contract report. Unpubl. Rept. to Environment Canada, 52 pp.

 

 

Papers Presented at Professional and Technical Meetings

 

Alp, E. Bourque, C.P.-A., Oliverio, M., Napier, D.H. and Portelli, R.V. 1986. Heavy-gas dispersion modelling for hazard and risk assessment. Paper presented at the Technical Seminar for Chemical Spills, Montreal, Quebec, February.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 1986. The role of the early-morning convective boundary layer in forest spray operations. Poster presented at the Forest Climate '86 Symposium/Workshop on Climate Applications in Forest Renewal and Production, Orillia, Ontario, November.

 

Alp, E., Bourque, C. P.-A., Oliverio, M., Napier, D. H. and Matthias, C. H. 1987.  Continued development of a heavy-gas dispersion modelling system: COBRA III. Proceedings, 4th Technical Seminar on Chemical Spills, February 10-12, p. 165-173.  

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Dickison, R. B. B. and Arp, P. A. 1987. A model for above-canopy turbulence in the convective boundary layer: its potential role in assessing forest spray drift. Paper presented at the 18th Conf. in Agric. and Forest Meteorol., West Lafayette, Indiana, September.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. and Arp, P. A. 1988. SO2-interception by a coniferous forest near a coal-burning power generator in central New Brunswick: an atmospheric transfer model. Poster presented at the International Symposium on Acidic Deposition and Forest Decline. Rochester, NY, October.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. and Arp, P. A. 1991. Coupling lower-atmosphere processes to projections about climate change. Paper presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Fredericton, NB, July.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. and Arp, P. A. 1993. Calculating total annual amounts of SO2 absorbed by spruce forests in the vicinity of an elevated SO2 source.  Paper presented at the 27th Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) Congress, Fredericton, NB, June.

 

Meng F., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Arp, P. A.  1994. Sulfur dioxide deposition downwind from the Grand Lake power generator: impacts on spruce foliage.  Paper presented at the 16th International Meeting for Specialists in Air Pollution Effects on Forest Ecosystem (IUFRO), Fredericton, NB, September.

 

Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C. P.-A., Jewett, K., Daugharty, D. A. and Arp, P. A. 1994. Analyzing effects of clear cutting and air temperature increases on soil temperature, soil moisture, snow melt and streamflow: a case study.  Paper presented at the International Science Meeting on Boreal Forests and Global Change.  Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, September.

 

Duynisveld, J.,Fredeen, A. H., Martin, R. C., Clark, S., Bourque, C. P.-A. and Loucks, R. 1996. The effects of the levels of nitrogen input and grazing on nitrogen flows on dairy farms. Paper presented at the Canadian Society of Animal Science Conference, Lethbridge, AB, July.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 1996. Accounting for variable terrain in landscape-scale forest climate models.  Paper presented at the Symposium of Climate Change and Climate Variability in Atlantic Canada, Halifax, NS, December.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 1997. Development of a forest-climate model.  Paper presented at the 77th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Truro, NS, August.

 

Smith, M, Bourque, C. P.-A., and Roberts, M. 1997. An examination of forest succession in the Cape Breton Highlands.  Paper presented at the 77th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Truro, Nova Scotia, August (awarded the Campbell Scientific Canada Corp. prize for best student paper).

 

Meng, F-R., Bourque, C. P-A., Smith, M. J., and Arp, P.A. 1997.  Biophysical forest watershed studies for Kejimkujik National Park at UNB: Pine Martin Brook.  Paper presented at Kejimkujik National Park Workshop, Kejimkujik National Park, NS, November.                                                                                                                               

Bourque, C. P.-A. 1998. Estimating surface energy inputs using a digital terrain and vegetation model.  Paper presented at the Environmental Prediction Workshop, Halifax, NS, February.

 

Bhatti, J.S., Fleming, R.L., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C.P.-A., Moffatt, G. R., Arp, P.A. and Foster, N.W. 1998. Modelling pre- and post-harvesting fluctuations in soil temperature, soil moisture, and snowpack with ForHYM2 for jack pine sites.  Paper presented at the North American Forest Soils Meeting, USA, August

 

Benedict, K., Papadopoulis, Y. A., Fredeen, A. H., Georgallas, G., and Bourque, C. P.-A. 1998.  Modelling applications to pasture-related beef production in Atlantic Canada.  Paper presented at the Atlantic Agricultural Sciences and Technology Workshop, NSAC, Truro, NS, October.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Gullison, J. J., and Bridgland, J. 1999.  Modelling biophysical and potential vegetation distribution patterns within a small watershed in northern Cape Breton Island. Paper presented at the Atlantic Committee on Land and Engineering Workshop ‘99; “Agro-Environmental Management for the Next Millennium”, Moncton, NB, April.

 

Delmelle, P., Stix, J., Bourque, C. and Baxter, P. 1999.  SO2 dispersion and deposition downwind from a natural stationary point source: Masaya volcano, Nicaragua.  Paper presented at the 33rd Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) Congress, Montreal, Quebec, May-June.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Gullison, J. J., Bridgland, J. and Roberts, M. R. 1999.  Modelling potential vegetation distribution patterns within a small watershed in northern Cape Breton Island. Paper presented at the 1999 World Conference on Natural Resources Modelling, Halifax, NS, June.

 

Gullison, J. J., Bourque, C. P.-A., Bridgland, J. and Roberts, M. R. 1999.  Forest landscape succession modelling applied to the Cape Breton Highlands. Paper presented at the 1999 World Conference on Natural Resources Modelling, Halifax, NS, June.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Gullison, J. J., Bridgland, J., Roberts, M. R. 1999.  Modelling biophysical and potential vegetation distribution surfaces within a small watershed in the Greater Highlands Ecosystem region of Northern Cape Breton. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Charlottetown, PEI, August.

 

Gullison, J. J., Bourque, C. P.-A., Bridgland, J. and Roberts, M. R. 1999.  Forest landscape succession modelling for the Greater Highlands Ecosystem of Northern Cape Breton. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Charlottetown, PEI, August.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2000.  Relating best land use management practices to modelled biophysical conditions of landscapes. Paper presented at the Atlantic Committee on Land and Engineering Workshop 2000; “Best Management Solutions for Agro-Environmental Challenges”, Moncton, NB, March.

 

Brassard, C., Gordon, R., Madani, A., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng F.-R. 2000.  Characterizing energy balances in constructed wetlands treating agricultural wastewaters in Nova Scotia.  Paper presented at the Atlantic Committee on Land and Engineering Workshop 2000; “Best Management Solutions for Agro-Environmental Challenges”, Moncton, NB, March.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., 2000.  Modelling biophysical and potential vegetation distribution patterns for a small watershed in northern Cape Breton Island. Paper presented at the Northern Cape Breton Wildlife Workshop, Ingonish Beach, NS, March.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Gullison, J. J., and Bridgland, J. 2000.  Development of a forest-landscape model for the Cape Breton Highlands.  Paper presented at the Northern Cape Breton Wildlife Workshop, Ingonish Beach, NS, March.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2001.  Mapping climate on the landscape.  Paper presented at the Northeastern Region Air Quality Committee Meeting, Fredericton, NB, June.

 

Dobson, T., McCabe, K., Swift, E., and Bourque, C. P.-A.  2002.  Carbon sequestration study: New Brunswick Fluxnet Station.  In Intensively managing New Brunswick forest resources.  Fall Meeting of the Canadian Woodlands Forum - Atlantic Branch, Fredericton, NB, 2-3 October.

 

Arp, P. A. Chan, L., Bourque, C. P.-A., et al., 2002.  Fundy coastal case study: mercury in the coastal environment.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of COMERN, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, November.

 

Cox, R. M., Bourque, C. P.-A., Zhu, X. B., Ritchie, C. D. and Arp, P. A. 2002.  Fundy coastal case study: Fog deposition. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of COMERN, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, November.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. and Meng, F.-R. 2002. Fluxnet-Canada :The New Brunswick Station.  Paper presented at the Organizational Meeting of Fluxnet-Canada, Montreal, QC, April.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2003. The New Brunswick Station: Progress Report. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Fluxnet-Canada, Toronto, ON, February.

 

Cox, R. M., Malcolm J. W., Bourque, C. P.-A., Zhu, X. B., Allen, D.J., Arp, P. A. 2003.  Ozone as a pre-disposing factor for winter damage and spring dieback of birch.  Paper presented at IUFRO meeting, Sweden.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2003.  Potential for carbon sequestration by Atlantic Maritime forest ecosystems. Paper presented at the Kyoto Protocol and Environmental Policy in Atlantic Canada Conference, UNBF, Fredericton, NB, 2 May.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2003.  C sequestration potential of Atlantic Canada forests. Paper presented at the Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network annual meeting, Halifax, NS, November.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2003.  Cains River energy flow study.  Paper presented at the Annual Science Day — Networking Miramichi Science, Miramichi City, NB, 29 October.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P. A., Meng, F.-R., and Swift, D. E. 2003. Fluxnet Canada —The New Brunswick Station. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Flux Observation Research in Asia, Beijing, P.R. China, 1-3 December.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Zhu, X., Dobson, T., Swift, E. D., and Evans, R. 2004. An inter-comparison of eddy covariance and meteorological measurements for the Nashwaak Lake mature balsam fir forest site. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual General Meeting of Fluxnet Canada, Banff, Alberta, 26-28 February.

 

Neilson E. T., Meng, F.-R., Bourque, C. P.-A., MacLean, D. A., Arp, P. A., and Bhatti, J. 2004. Integration of carbon accounting in forest management planning using Woodstock® Modeling Systems and Geographical Information Systems.  Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Agricultural Institute of Canada, Edmonton, AB, 20-23 July.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Neilson, E.T., MacLean, D.A., and Arp, P.A. 2004. Modeling the spatio-temporal variation in soil carbon for the forest management zone of CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick. The Science of Changing Climates. Impact on Agriculture, Forestry and Wetlands, University of Alberta, Canada. July 20-23, 2004.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2004. Modelling the spatiotemporal variation of carbon in the forest management zone of CFB Gagetown, NB.  Paper given at the organizational meeting of the Canadian Society of Landscape Ecology and Management, Waterloo, ON, 26-27 August.

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2004. Unique area delineation: generation of habitat suitability maps for

rare plants in northeastern NB.  Paper given at the organizational meeting of the Canadian Society of Landscape Ecology and Management, Waterloo, ON, 26-27 August.

 

Cox, R. M., Zhu, X.-B., Ritchie, C. D., Bourque, C. P.-A.,  and Arp, P. A. 2004. Spatial modeling of marine fog water deposition with application to acidifying substances and mercury input to forests adjacent to the Bay of Fundy. Paper given at the NADP, Technical Committee Meeting and Scientific Symposium, Halifax, NS, 21-23 September.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Xing, Z., van Nguyen, D., Arp, P. A., Lavigne, M., Cox, R.

M., and Swift, D. E. 2004. Carbon sequestration research in NB: the role of Fluxnet-Canada. Paper given at the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Fredericton, NB, 15-16 October.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Meng, F.-R., 2004. Energy budget above a balsam fir forest in maritime New Brunswick. Poster presented at the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Fredericton, NB, 15-16 October.

 

Neilson, E. T., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., MacLean, D. A., and Arp, P. A. 2004. Integrating carbon sequestration objectives into forest management planning. Poster presented at the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Fredericton, NB, 15-16 October.

 

Neilson, E. T., Meng, F.-R., MacLean, D. A., Arp, P. A. and Bourque, C. P.-A. 2005. A modelling framework for integrating carbon sequestration objectives into forest management plans. Poster presented at the Capturing Canada’s Green Advantage: Biosphere Solutions for Climate Change and the Economy, BIOCAP Canada Conference, Ottawa, ON, 1-3 February.

Neilson, E.T., Meng, F-R., MacLean, D.A., Arp, P.A., Bourque, C.P.-A., Kurz, W.A. 2005. A modeling framework for integrating carbon sequestration objectives into forest management plans. Poster presented at the Canadian Science Writers Conference, Jasper, AB, 14-17 June.

Cox, R. M., Zhu, X. B., Bourque, C. P.-A., Allen, D. J., and Arp, P. A. 2005. Global change stresses in a northern hardwoods. Poster presented at the Conference on Adapting to Climate Change in Canada 2005: Understanding Risks and Building Capacity, Sponsored by Natural Resources Canada — Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Program and the Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network, Montreal, QC, 4-7 May.

Bourque, C. P.-A.,  Xing, Z., Meng, F.-R., Swift, D. E., Clowater, C. W., and Cosh, A. J. 2005.

A site inter-comparison of site conditions and growth performance of balsam fir: a landscape perspective of C sequestration. Paper given at the International Symposium on Ecosystem Carbon Balance and Cycle: Theory and Application, Guangzhou, Guangdong, P. R. China, 1-3 July.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Swift, and Cosh, A. J. 2005. Carbon growth

modelling based on stem analysis. Paper given at the International Symposium on Ecosystem Carbon Balance and Cycle: Theory and Application, Guangzhou, Guangdong, P. R. China, 1-3 July.

 

Cox, R.M., Zhu, X.B., Bourque, C.-P.A., Allen, D.J., and Arp, P.A. 2005. Global change stresses in northern hardwoods of Canada. Paper given at XXII IUFRO World Congress,
Forests in the Balance: Linking Tradition and Technology, Brisbane, Australia
, 8.-13. August.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, F.-R. and Swift, D.E. 2005.  Linking modeled biophysical surfaces to ecological land classification, site index delineation, and C sequestration modelling.  Presentation given to NS Dept. Natural Resources and NS Forest Technical Modelling Group, 8 December, Truro, NS.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Meng, X.F., and Meng, F.-R. 2006. Optimizing forest road layout using GIS. Paper given at the Miramichi River and Environmental Assessment Committee’s Annual State of the Environment Review — Miramichi Science Workshop, Miramichi City, NB, 14-15 March.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C.P-A. 2006. Estimating daily evapotranspiration for forests in Maritime Canada: application of MODIS imagery. Paper given at the ASPRS 2006 Annual Conference, Reno, Nevada, 1-5 May.

 

Hassan, Q.K., Bourque, C. P-A., Meng, F.-R., Arp, P.A., MacLean, D., and Y. Zhang. 2006.

Net daytime carbon dioxide fluxes over eastern Canadian forests: An application of MODIS imagery.  Paper given at the IEEE/IGARSS, Denver, Colorado, 31 July-4 August.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Lehnert, S., Xing, Z., Meng, F.-R., and Swift, D. E. 2006. Site influences on forest ecosystem productivity and C storage: A landscape-level perspective of C sequestration.  Paper given at the International Conference on Regional Carbon Budgets, Beijing, P.R. China, 16-18 August.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C. P.-A., and Meng, F.-R. 2006.  Development of a CO2 exchange model (CEM) with autoparameter optimization for gap filling of flux data.  Paper given at the International Conference on Regional Carbon Budgets, Beijing, P.R. China, 16-18 August.

 

Xing, Z., Bourque, C.P-A., and Meng, F.-R. 2006. A gap-filling model for tower-based NEP measurements. Invited paper to the Gap Filling Comparison Workshop, Jena, Germany, 18-20 September.

 

Sockabasin, K.A., Swift, D.E., Bourque, C.P.-A., and Meng, F.-R. 2006. Modeling black ash (fraxinus nigra marsh.) habitat for west-central New Brunswick. Presentation given at the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Quebec, QC, 19-21 October.

 

Cheatley, L.G., Swift, D.E., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R. and Journeay, W.C. 2006. Regeneration microsite moisture relationships following site preparation and direct seeding in southwestern Nova Scotia. Presentation given at the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Quebec, QC, 19-21 October.

 

Hassan, Q.K. and Bourque, C.P-A. 2006. Nighttime ecosystem respiration modeling for balsam fir (abies balsamea) stand over east Canadian forests. Presentation given at the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Quebec, QC, 19-21 October.

Zhao, Z.,   Meng, F.-R.,   Yang, Q.,   Bourque, C. P.-A., and Swift, E.   2007. Improving Classification Accuracy of TM Images in Forest Areas with Auxiliary Data. IEEE International Conference, Geosciences and Remote Sensing Symposium, Denver, CO., 2006: 2655-2658.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2007. Forests and climate change. Presentation given at the Acadian Forests Session, Canadian Institute of Forestry — Nova Scotia Section, Truro, NS, 7 February.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2007. Climate change: an introduction to landscape process modelling. Presentation given at a special seminar arranged by the Gansu Provincial Meteorological Bureau, Regional Climate Centre, Lanzhou, P.R. China, 22 May.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., Zhang C., Wang Y.-R., Wang B.-J., Sun L.-D., Han L.-Y., and Fang F. 2007. Fine-scale modelling of spatio-temporal variations in precipitation in the Shiyang He region of west-central Gansu. Presentation given at the 2nd International Symposium on Arid Climate Change and Sustainable Development (ISACS), Lanzhou, Gansu,  11-13 September.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A., and Hassan, Q. K. 2007. Projected impacts of climate change on species distribution in the Acadian Forest region of eastern Canada. Presentation given at the Acadian Forest Science Conference, Fredericton, New Brunswick, 10-13 October.

 

Smith, E., Gordon, R., Bourque, C. P.-A., Campbell, A., Génermont, S., Rochette, P. and Mkhabela, M.  2007.  Predicting ammonia emissions from land applied manure.  Presentation given at the 2007 International American Society of Agronomy/Crop Science Society of America/Soil Science Society of America (ASA-CSSA-SSSA) in New Orleans, LA, 4-8, November.

Smith, E., Gordon, R., Bourque, C. P.-A. and Campbell, A. 2007. Management strategies to simultaneously reduce ammonia, nitrous oxide and odour emissions following surface application of swine manure.  Poster presentation given at the 2007 International American Society of Agronomy/Crop Science Society of America/Soil Science Society of America (ASA-CSSA-SSSA) in New Orleans, LA, 4-8 November.

 

Bourque, C. P.-A. 2008. Climate Change and Forest Distribution in Nova Scotia. Presentation given at the Atlantic Canada Climate Change 2008: Risk, Responses and Tools for Action conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 3-6 March.

 

Xing, Z., Chow, L., Bourque, C.P.-A., Meng, F.-R., Swift, D.E., and  Cosh, A.J. 2008. Effects of pre-commercial thinning on the development of balsam fir [Abies Balsamea (L.) Mill] forests in three ecological regions of New Brunswick, Canada. Abstract p. 47-48. Presentation given at the 14th Scientific Conference of International Boreal Forest Research Association on The Roles of Boreal Forests in a Global Context, Harbin, China, September 22-25.

 

Swift, D.E., Meng, F.-R., Xing, Z., and Bourque, C.P-A. 2008. Effects of different planting densities on carbon storage and stand growth for white spruce growing on marginal sites.  Abstract p. 91-92. Presentation given at the 14th Scientific Conference of international Boreal Forest Research Association on The Roles of Boreal Forests in a Global Context, Harbin, China, September 22-25.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. 2009. The Acadian forest of Nova Scotia under a scenario of climate change. Invited presentation given at the New England Foresters Society of America, 89th Winter Meeting, Portland, ME, USA, 17-20 March.

 

Han, L.-Y., Ni, G., Han, T., Zhang, C., and Bourque, C.P-A. 2009. Snow coverage changes in eastern section of the Qilian Mountains and its response to regional climate. Presentation given at the 2nd International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes (EOGC 2009), Chengdu, Sichuan, May 25-29.

 

Han, L.-Y., Ni, G., Han, T., Zhang, C., and Bourque, C.P-A. 2009. Study on the characteristic of the Qilian Mountains snow coverage, vegetation, and water resources in Shiyang River Basin over 10 years. Poster presentation given at the 2nd International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes (EOGC 2009), Chengdu, Sichuan, May 25-29.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A., and Hassan, Q.K. 2010. Vegetation control in the long-term self-stabilisation of the Liangzhou Oasis of the Upper Shiyang River watershed of west central Gansu, NW China. Poster presentation given at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2010, Vienna, Austria, May 2-7.

 

Hassan, Q.K., and Bourque, C.P.-A. 2010. A simple protocol for enhancing the spatial resolution of MODIS-based leaf area index: application over boreal-dominant forested region in Alberta, Canada. Oral presentation given at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2010, Vienna, Austria, May 2-7.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. 2010. Vegetation control in the long-term self-stabilisation of Oases in NW China. Oral presentation given at the 3rd International Symposium on Arid Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Lanzhou, Gansu, PR China, September 8-10.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. 2011. Modeled potential species distribution for current and projected future climates for the Acadian Forest Region of Nova Scotia, Canada. Invited presentation at the Forestry Research Seminar 2011: Climate Change: Monitoring and Predictions in our Forests, Brooklyn, NS, April 28.

 

Bourque, C.P.-A. 2011. Generation of leaf area index maps for the Athabasca Oilsands Region of Northern Alberta. Invited presentation at 43rd Annual Air Pollution Workshop and International Symposium, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, May 23-26.

 

Grants, Contracts

 

Nov, 1994            Research Fund for New Faculty, UNB, $3,500

 

May, 1995           Summer Career Placement '95, Human Resources Development

Canada, $2,156, June-Sept, 1995.

 

June, 1995          Development of a trafficability index for CFB Gagetown's military

range, National Defense Canada, $55,000, 2 years. (joint contract

with Dr. Arp, UNB; contribution 5%).

 

Jan, 1996             Vegetation succession and ecosystem modelling; Cape Breton

Highlands National Park, Parks Canada, $77,000, 2 years

(joint contract with Dr. Roberts, UNB; contribution, 50%)

 

May, 1996           Summer Career Placement '96, Human Resources Development

Canada, $2,156, June-Sept, 1996.

 

Oct., 1996           Nexfor/Bowater Forest Watershed Research Centre, $1,000,000, 10 years (joint contract with Dr.’s Arp, Methven, and Prof. Daugharty, UNB; contribution, 5%)

 

April, 1997           NSERC Operating Grant, $44,800 (+5% increase in 1999), 4 years

 

Nov., 1998          Forest-Landscape modelling; Cape Breton Highlands National Park,

Parks Canada, $58,500, 3 years

 

Oct., 1998           Forest biomass production in relation to position within sub-catchment, CFS/NSERC/Industry research Partnership program, $246,000, 3 years; joint contract with Dr.’s Arp, and Meng, UNB; contribution, 20%.

 

April, 1999           Water management in constructed agricultural wetland treatment systems, Agri-Focus 2000 Technology Development Program, NS Department of Agriculture and Marketing, $28,000, 2 years; joint contract with Dr.’s Madani and Gordon, NSAC and NSDAM, Meng, UNB, Burney, DalTech and Mr. Cochrane, NSDAM; contribution, 25%.

 

August, 1999     Using winter climatic data to estimate spring crown dieback in yellow birch: A case study to project extent and locations of past and future birch decline; Climate Change Action Fund, Impacts and Adaptation Component, $75,000, 2 years; joint application with Dr. Cox, CFS, Dr.’s Meng and Arp, UNB, and Mr. Zhu, UNB, and Mr.’s Richards and Wartman, AES - Environment Canada; expected contribution, 30%.

 

August, 1999     Construction of meteorological surfaces for the Black Brook Forest license in northern NB; Agriculture Canada, $300 (student honorarium), 8 months

 

July, 2000           Impact of intensive potato production on stream water quality in mixed agriculture-forestry regions of northwestern NB, Agriculture Canada/Match Fund Program, $75,000, 4 years; joint application with Dr. Lien Chow and Mr. Herbert Rees, Agriculture Canada, and Dr.’s Meng and Arp, UNB, and others; expected contribution, 20%.

 

March, 2001       Collaborative research network program on the impacts of atmospheric Hg deposition on large scale ecosystems in Canada-COMERN, NSERC, $350,000, 5 years; Arp, Burt, Meng, Cox, Diamond, Meng et al., 10%.

 

April, 2001           NSERC Operating Grant, $24,000, 2 years

 

Sept., 2001        Creation of a climate map and its incorporation with forest soils of NB map and the CanSIS-INTERPNB2000 interpretation model for forest tree productivity, $15,000, 7 months; joint application with S. Fahmy (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada) and M. Colpitts (NBDNRE, Forest Management Branch); contribution, 60%.

 

April, 2002         Carbon sequestration in managed balsam fir forests (Fluxnet-Canada project), $802,184, 5 years; joint application with J. Pomeroy (EC), R. Cox , M. Lavigne, and E. Swift (NRCan, CFS), and Dr.’s Arp and F-R. Meng (UNB); expected contribution, 80%.

 

June, 2002        Area delineation of rare plant species in northern New Brunswick: Production of habitat suitability maps, $6,114.20, 3 months; joint application with J. Pomeroy (Environment Canada) and E. Swift (Natural Resource Canada, CFS); expected contribution, 85%.

 

April, 2004         NSERC Discovery Grant, $54,000, 5 years

 

April, 2007          Climate change in the Northwest of China, 490,000 ¥ RMB (about

$70,000 CAD), 2 years, Chinese Meteorological Administration and Gansu Meteorological Bureau, Lanzhou, Gansu

 

Oct., 2007           Generation of potential tree species habitat maps for current and projected climate change scenarios, $45,000, 1 year, NS Dept. of Energy and DNR

 

Nov., 2007          Industrial relevance of development of an advanced growth and yield model, $399,000, 3 years, NSERC CRD, joint application with 5 others (4 at UNB + 1 at DAL), NSDNR, and all forest companies in NS; contribution, 20%.

 

Dec., 2007          Generation of potential tree species habitat maps for aspen in SW NB,

$6,000, 6 months, AV Nackawic Ltd.

 

June, 2008         Leaf area index review and determination, $25,000, 6 months, CEMA-NOx/SO2 Management Working Group, Cumulative Environmental Management Association, AB

 

Jan., 2009           Generation of potential tree species habitat maps for current and projected climate change scenarios, $32,000, 12 months, PEI Department of Environment, Fish and Wildlife

 

Feb., 2009          Field verification of MODIS-based LAI, $49,000, 12 months, CEMA-NOx/SO2 Management Working Group, Cumulative Environmental Management Association, AB

 

April, 2009          NSERC Discovery Grant, $20,000, 1 year

 

Oct., 2009           Incorporating Climate Change Effects in Forest Management, $30,000, 5 months, Environment Canada, ON

 

Feb., 2010          Potential distribution map and GIS layer for selected tree species in southwest NB, $22,000, 2 months, Canadian Wood Fibre Centre, Canadian Forest Service, NRCAN, Fredericton, NB

 

April, 2010           NSERC Discovery Grant, $145,000, 5 years

 

Jan., 2011             Contribution Agreement, $21,000, 5 months, Canadian Wood Fibre Centre, Canadian Forest Service, NRCAN, Fredericton, NB           

 

Jan., 2012            Contribution Agreement, $32,000, 8 months, Canadian Wood Fibre Centre, Canadian Forest Service, NRCAN, Fredericton, NB           

 

Membership and Involvement in Professional and Learned Societies

 

·         Canadian Institute of Forestry (1994-present)

·         Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (1987-2004)

·         Spray Efficacy Research Group (1994-2010)

·         Atlantic Region Advisory Committee on Agro-meteorology (1994-1996)

·         Canadian Society of Agro-meteorology (1996-present; President-elect, 2000-2001; President, 2001-2002; Past-President 2002-2003)

·         Geographic Information Management Advisory Committee Working Group (1998-1999)

·         Ontario Professional Foresters Association (OPFA) as expert on forest hydrometeorology, Sept, 2001 — present

·         Climate Change Cooperative of the Atlantic Environmental Science Network, 2003-2010

·         Expert advisor to China Meteorological Administration and Gansu Provincial Meteorological Bureau (April, 2007-present)

·         NSERC PGS committee member (2007-2010)

·         MITACS Elevate Review Committee member (2009-2010)

·         Editorial board member, Advance Research in Meteorological Sciences (2012-

present)

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