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Todd Redding
Todd Redding
Okanagan College, Department of Geography and Earth & Environmental Science
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Spacial patterns of soil temperature and moisture across subalpine forest-clearcut edges in the southern interior of British Columbia
TE Redding, GD Hope, MJ Fortin, MG Schmidt, WG Bailey
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 83 (1), 121-130, 2003
1422003
An overview of the effects of forest management on groundwater hydrology
BD Smerdon, T Redding, J Beckers
Journal of Ecosystems and Management, 2009
832009
Lateral flow thresholds for aspen forested hillslopes on the Western Boreal Plain, Alberta, Canada
TE Redding, KJ Devito
Hydrological Processes 22 (21), 4287-4300, 2008
802008
Particle densities of wetland soils in northern Alberta, Canada
TE Redding, KJ Devito
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 86 (1), 57-60, 2006
662006
Soil, surface water and ground water phosphorus relationships in a partially harvested Boreal Plain aspen catchment
ML Macrae, TE Redding, IF Creed, WR Bell, KJ Devito
Forest ecology and management 206 (1-3), 315-329, 2005
592005
Mechanisms and pathways of lateral flow on aspen‐forested, Luvisolic soils, Western Boreal Plains, Alberta, Canada
T Redding, K Devito
Hydrological processes 24 (21), 2995-3010, 2010
492010
The effects of forest disturbance on hydrologic processes and watershed
RD Winkler, RDD Moore, TE Redding, DL Spittlehouse, BD Smerdon, ...
Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. BC Min …, 2010
472010
Aspect and soil textural controls on snowmelt runoff on forested Boreal Plain hillslopes
T Redding, K Devito
Hydrology Research 42 (4), 250-267, 2011
462011
Particle density of aspen, spruce, and pine forest floors in Alberta, Canada
TE Redding, KD Hannam, SA Quideau, KJ Devito
Soil Science Society of America Journal 69 (5), 1503-1506, 2005
462005
Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia.
RG Pike, TE Redding, RD Moore, RD Winkler, KD Bladon
Land Management Handbook-Ministry of Forests and Range, British Columbia, 2010
432010
Hydrologic processes and watershed
RD Winkler, RD Moore, TE Redding, DL Spittlehouse, DE Carlyle-Moses, ...
Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. BC Min …, 2010
432010
Climate change effects on watershed processes in British Columbia
RG Pike, KE Bennett, TE Redding, AT Werner, DL Spittlehouse, ...
Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia, 699-747, 2010
402010
Mountain pine beetle and watershed hydrology
T Redding, R Winkler, P Teti, D Spittlehouse, S Boon, J Rex, S Dubé, ...
BC J. Ecosyst. Manage 9, 33-50, 2008
362008
Analytical methods for defining stand clearcut edge effects demonstrated for N mineralization
TE Redding, GD Hope, MG Schmidt, MJ Fortin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (5), 1018-1024, 2004
232004
Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia. BC Min. For. Range
RG Pike, TE Redding, RD Moore, RD Winker, KD Bladon
For. Sci. Prog., Victoria, BC and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in …, 2010
202010
Hydrologic models for forest management applications: Part 1: Model selection
J Beckers, B Smerdon, T Redding, A Anderson, R Pike, AT Werner
Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin 13 (1), 35-44, 2009
192009
Mountain pine beetle, forest practices, and watershed management.
R Winkler, J Rex, P Teti, D Maloney, T Redding
142008
Hydrology of forested hillslopes on the Boreal Plain, Alberta, Canada
T Redding
132009
Watershed response to the McLure forest fire: presentation summaries from the Fishtrap Creek workshop, March 2008
RD Moore, R Winkler, D Carlyle-Moses, D Spittlehouse, T Giles, J Phillips, ...
Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin 12 (1), 1-11, 2008
132008
Approaching four decades of forest watershed research at Upper Penticton Creek, British Columbia: A synthesis
RD Winkler, DM Allen, TR Giles, BA Heise, RD Moore, TE Redding, ...
Hydrological Processes 35 (5), e14123, 2021
112021
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