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Azan, S.S.E., Yan, N.D., Celis-Salgado, M.P., Arnott, S.E., Rusak, J.A., and Sutey, P. 2019. Could a residential wood ash recycling programme be part of the solution to calcium decline in lakes and forests in Muskoka (Ontario, Canada)? FACETS 4: 69–90.

Brais, S., Bélanger, N., and Guillemette, T. 2015. Wood ash and N fertilization in the Canadian boreal forest: Soil properties and response of jack pine and black spruce. Forest Ecology and Management 348, 1–14.

Domes, K.A., de Zeeuw, T., Massicotte, H.B., Elkin, C., McGill, W.B., Jull, M.J., Chisholm, C.E., Rutherford, P.M. 2018. Short-term changes in spruce foliar nutrients and soil properties in response to wood ash application in the sub-boreal climate zone of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 98, 2: 246–263.

Emilson, C.E., Bélanger, N., Brais, S., Chisholm, C.E., Diochon, A., Joseph, R., Markham, J., Morris, D., Van Rees, K., Rutherford, M., Venier, L.A., Hazlett, P.W. 2020. Short-term growth response of jack pine and spruce spp. to wood ash amendment across Canada. GCB Bioenergy 12:158-167.

Emilson, C.E., Hannam, K., Aubin, I., Basiliko, N., Bélanger, N., Brais, S., Diochon, A., Fleming, R.L., Jones, T., Kabzems, R., Laganière, J., Markham, J., Morris, D., Rutherford, P.M., Van Rees, K., Venier, L., Webster, K., Hazlett, P.W. 2018. Synthesis of Current AshNet Study Designs and Methods with Recommendations towards a Standardized Protocol. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service Information Report GLC-X-22.

Gorgolewski, A., Caspersen, J., Hazlett, P., Jones, T., Tran, H., and Basiliko, N. 2016. Responses of Eastern Red-backed Salamander (Plethodon cinereus) abundance 1 year after application of wood ash in a northern hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46, 402–409.

Hannam, K.D., Deschamps, C., Kwiaton, M., Venier, L., and Hazlett, P.W. 2016. Regulations and guidelines for the use of wood ash as a soil amendment in Canadian forests. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service Information Report GLC-X-17.

Hannam, K.D., Fleming, R.L., Venier, L., and Hazlett, P.W. 2019. Can bioenergy ash applications emulate the effects of wildfire on upland forest soil chemical properties? Soil Science Society of America Journal 83: S201-S217.

Hannam, K.D., Venier, L., Allen, D., Deschamps, C., Hope, E., Jull, M.; Kwiaton, M., McKenney, D., Rutherford, P.M., Hazlett, P.W. 2018. Wood ash as a soil amendment in Canadian forests: what are the barriers to utilization? Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48, 4: 442–450.

Hannam, K.D., Venier, L., Hope, E., McKenney, D., Allen, D. and Hazlett, P.W. 2017. AshNet: Facilitating the use of wood ash as a forest soil amendment in Canada. The Forestry Chronicle Volume 93, 1: 17-20.

Hart, S.C., Massicotte, H.B., Rutherford, P.M., Elkin, C.M., and Rogers, B.J. 2019. Early response of understory vegetation to wood ash fertilization in the sub boreal climatic zone of British Columbia. The Forestry Chronicle 95: 135-142.

Hazlett, P. 2016. Recycling bioenergy ash in forests: hiccups and hurdles. Great Lakes Forestry Centre webinar, Canadian Forest Service.
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Hazlett, P. 2015. Soil chemical properties following wood ash applications after biomass harvesting in the boreal forest. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MIN, November 15–18.

Hope, E.S., McKenney, D.W., Allen, D.J. and Pedlar, J.H. 2017. A cost analysis of bioenergy-generated ash disposal options in Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 47: 1222-1231.

Lamers, F., Cremers, M., Matschegg, D., Schmidl, C., Hannam, K., Hazlett, P.W., Madrali, S., Primdal Dam, B., Roberto, R., Mager, R., Davidsson, K., Bech, N., Feuerborn, H.-J., Saraber, A. 2018. Options for increased utilization of ash from biomass combustion and co-firing. IEA Bioenergy Task 32, Deliverable D7.

Nishio, G. and Ersson, T. 2016a. Ash and biosolids trial. FPInnovations Product-173-657 (There is a charge for non-members of FPInnovations)

Nishio, G. and Ersson, T. 2016b. Spreading wood ash on forest land in Canada: an introduction. FPInnovations Product-173-794 (There is a charge for non-members of FPInnovations)

Noyce, G.L., Fulthorpe, R., Gorgolewski, A. and Hazlett, P. 2016. Soil microbial responses to wood ash addition and forest fire in managed Ontario forests. Applied Soil Ecology 107, 368-380.

Noyce, G.L., Jones, T., Fulthorpe, R., and Basiliko, N. 2017. Phosphorus uptake and availability and short-term seedling growth in three Ontario soils amended with ash and biochar. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 97(4), 678–691.

Pugliese, S., Jones, T., Preston, M., Hazlett, P., Tran, H., and Basiliko, N. 2014. Wood ash as a forest soil amendment: the role of boiler and soil type on soil property response. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 94(5), 621–634.

Royer-Tardif, S., Whalen, J., Rivest, D. 2019. Can alkaline residuals from the pulp and paper industry neutralize acidity in forest soils without increasing greenhouse gas emissions? Science of the Total Environment 663, 537-547.

Rutherford, P. M., Massicotte, H.B., Chisholm, C.E. and Jull, M.J. 2015. Land-application of Bioenergy Ashes at the Alexa Lake Research Forest. BC Forest Professional. March/April 2016, 18, 30.

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