1. Trepanier, K.E., Burton, B. and Pinno, B.D. 2021. Do weeds hinder the establishment of native plants on a reclaimed boreal mine site? Diversity. 13:76. 
  1. Omari, K., Pinno, B.D., Utting, N. and Li, E.H.Y. 2021. Growth of common plants of boreal reclamation sites in cake mixes and process water of oil sands tailings. Land. 10:25.  
  1. Trepanier, K.E., Pinno, B.D. and Errington, R.C. 2021. Dominant drivers of plant community assembly vary by soil type and time in reclaimed forests. Plant Ecology. 222:159-171. 
  1. Lalonde, R.S., Pinno, B.D., MacKenzie, M.D. and Utting, N. 2020. Capping dewatered oil sands fine fluid tailings with salvaged reclamation soils at varying depths to grow woody plants. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 100:546-557. 
  1. Das Gupta, S. and Pinno, B.D. 2020. Drivers of understory species richness in reconstructed boreal ecosystems: A structural equation modeling analysis. Scientific Reports. 
  1. Das Gupta, S., Pinno, B.D. and McCready, T. 2020. Commercial thinning effects on growth, yield and mortality in natural lodgepole pine stands in Alberta. The Forestry Chronicle. 96:111-120.
  1. Buss, J., Pinno, B.D. and Quideau, S.A. 2020. A comparison between reclamation stockpile and boreal forest seed banks and plant communities. Restoration Ecology. 28:1247-1256.
  1. Lieffers, V.J., Pinno, B.D., Beverly, J., Thomas, B.R. and Nock, C. 2020. Reforestation policy has constrained options for managing risks on public forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 50:855-861.   
  1. Jean, S.A., Pinno, B.D. and Nielsen, S.E. 2020. Early regeneration dynamics of pure black spruce and aspen forests after wildfire in boreal Alberta, Canada. Forests. 11:333. 
  1. Yang, Y., Huang, S., Vassov, R., Pinno, B.D. and Chhin, S. 2020. Climate sensitive height growth models on natural and reclaimed oil sands sites in Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 50:297-3070.
  1. Rogers, P.C, Pinno, B.D., Sebesta, J., Albrectsen, B.R., Li, G., Ivanova, N., Kusbach, A., Kuuluvainen, T., Landhäusser, S.M., Liu, H., Myking, T., Pulkkinen, P., Wen, Z. and Kulakowski, D. 2020. A global view of aspen: Conservation science for widespread keystone systems. Global Ecology and Conservation. 21:e00828.  
  1. Hogberg, J.I., MacKenzie, M.D., and Pinno, B.D. 2020. Using a nutrient profile index to assess reclamation strategies in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region of Northern Alberta. Journal of Environmental Quality. 49:61-73.  
  1. Dhar, A., Comeau, P.G., Naeth, M.A., Pinno, B.D. and Vassov, R. 2020. Plant community development following reclamation of oil sands mines using four cover soil types in northern Alberta. Restoration Ecology. 28(1):82-92.
  1. Hogberg, J.I., Pinno, B.D. and MacKenzie, M.D. 2020. Evaluating foliar nutrient concentration as an indicator of soil nutrients in reclaimed and natural forests in Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment. 34:75-87.
  1. Omari, K. and Pinno, B.D. 2019. Seed germination in tailings cake and cake-reclamation substrates mixtures with oil sands process water. Seed Science and Technology Journal. 47(3):357-367.
  1. Tremblay, P.Y., Thiffault, E. and Pinno, B.D. 2019. Effects of land reclamation practices on the productivity of young trembling aspen and white spruce on a reclaimed oil sands mining site in northern Alberta. New Forests. 50:911-942. 
  1. Das Gupta, S., Kirby, W. and Pinno, B.D. 2019. Stockpiling and organic matter addition changes nutrient bioavailability in reclamation soils by modifying microbial functions. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83 (s1):S27-S41. 
  1. deBortoli, L.A, Pinno, B.D., MacKenzie, M.D., and Li, E.H.Y. 2019. Plant community composition and tree seedling establishment in response to seeding and weeding treatments on different reclamation cover soils. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 49:836-843. 
  1. Jean, S.A., Pinno, B.D. and Neilsen, S.E. 2019. Trembling aspen root suckering and stump sprouting response to above ground disturbance on a reclaimed boreal oil sands site in Alberta, Canada. New Forests. 50:771-784. 
  1. Buss, J. and Pinno, B.D. 2019. Soil stockpile seed viability affected by depth and current surface vegetation. Journal of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation. 8:23-44. 
  1. Landhäusser, S.M., Pinno, B.D. and Mock, K. 2019. Tamm Review: Seedling-based ecology, management, and restoration in aspen (Populus tremuloides). Forest Ecology and Management. 432:231-245.
  1. Merlin, M., Leishman, F., Errington, R., Pinno, B.D. and Landhäusser, S.M. 2019. Exploring drivers and dynamics of early boreal forest recover of heavily disturbed mine sites: a case study from a reconstructed landscape. New Forests. 50:217-239.
  1. Das Gupta, S., Pinno, B.D., and Errington, R.C. 2019. Resource heterogeneity relationship with understory vegetation in xeric post-fire jack pine forests. Ecosystems. 22:401-415. 
  1. Omari, K., Das Gupta, S., and Pinno, B.D. 2018. Growth response of aspen and alder to fresh and stockpiled reclamation soils. Forests. 9:731. 
  1. Hammond, H.E.J., Hoffman, P.G.K., Pinno, B.D., Klimaszewski, J. and Hartley, D.J. 2018. Response of ground and rove beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Staphylinidae) to operational oil sands mine reclamation in northeastern Alberta. Journal of Insect Conservation. 22:687-706.
  1. Bockstette, S.W., Pinno, B.D., and Landhäusser, S.M. 2018. Responses of planted Populus tremuloides seedlings to grass competition during early establishment. Trees: Structure and Function. 32:1279-1289.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Das Gupta, S. 2018. Coarse woody debris as a land reclamation amendment at an oil sands mining operation in boreal Alberta, Canada. Sustainability. 10:1640. 
  1. Das Gupta, S. and Pinno, B.D. 2018. Spatial patterns and competition in trees in early successional reclaimed and natural boreal forest. Acta Oecologica. 92:138-147.
  1. Dhar, A., Comeau, P.G., Karst, J., Pinno, B.D., Chang, S., Naeth, M.A., Vassov, R. and Bampfylde, C. 2018. Plant community development following reclamation of oil sands mine sites in the boreal forest: a review. Environmental Reviews. 26:286-298. 
  1. Buss, J., Stratechuk, K. and Pinno, B.D. 2018. Growth and competition among understory plants varies depending on reclamation soil and fertilization. Ecological Processes. 7:12. 
  1. Stefani, F., Nathalie, I., Morency, M.J., Lamothe, M., Nadeau, S., Lachance, D., Li, E.H.Y., Greer, C., Étienne Yergeau, E., Pinno, B.D., and Séguin, A. 2018. The impact of reconstructed soils following oil sands exploitation on aspen and its associated belowground microbiome. Scientific Reports. 8:2761. 
  1. Pinno, B.D., Schoonmaker, A., Yücel, C.K., and Albricht, R. 2017. Cluster planting: Early enhancement of structural diversity in a reclaimed boreal forest. Journal of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation. 6:37-50.  
  1. Dabros, A., Hammond, H.E.J., Pinzon, J., Pinno, B.D. and Langor, D. 2017. Edge influence of low-impact seismic lines for oil exploration on upland forest vegetation in northern Alberta (Canada). Forest Ecology and Management. 400:278-288. 
  1. Pinno, B.D., Li, E.H.Y., Khadka, B. and Schoonmaker, A. 2017. Germination and early growth of boreal understory plants on different reclamation soils under simulated drought conditions. Native Plants Journal.18:92-104. 
  1. Bockstette, S., Landhäusser, S.M., Pinno, B.D. and Dyck, M. 2017. Grass roots, not soil compaction, restrict access to soil resources for trees on reclaimed mine soil. Botany. 95: 685-695
  1. Howell, D.M., Das Gupta, S., Pinno, B.D. and MacKenzie, M.D. 2017. Reclaimed soils, fertilizer, and bioavailable nutrients: Determining similarity with natural benchmarks over time. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 97:149-158. 
  1. Pinno, B.D., Sherr, I., Errington, R.C., and Shea, K. 2016. Islands – soil patches and plant community dynamics on a new oil sands reclamation design. Journal of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation. 5:28-44. 
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Errington, R.C. 2016. Burn severity dominates understory plant community response to fire in xeric jack pine forests. Forests.7:83. 
  1. Errington, R.C. and Pinno, B.D. 2016. Early successional plant community dynamics on a reclaimed oil sands mine in comparison with natural boreal forest communities. Écoscience. 22:133-144.
  1. Schott, K.M., Snively, A.E.K., Landhausser, S.M. and Pinno, B.D. 2016. Nutrient loaded seedlings reduce the need for fertilization and vegetation management on boreal forest reclamation sites. New Forests. 47:393-410. 
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Hawkes, V.C. 2015. Temporal trends of ecosystem development on different site types in reclaimed boreal forests. Forests. 6:2109-2124. 
  1. Audet, P., Pinno, B.D. and Thiffault, E. 2015. Reclamation of boreal forest after oil sands mining: Anticipating novel challenges in novel environments. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 45:363-370.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Errington, R.C. 2015. Maximizing natural trembling aspen seedling establishment on a reclaimed boreal oil sands site. Ecological Restoration. 33:43-50.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Wilson, S.D. 2014. Nitrogen translocation between clonal mother and daughter trees at a grassland-forest boundary. Plant Ecology. 215:347-354.
  1. Rogers, P.C., Landhäusser, S.M., Pinno, B.D. and Ryel, R.J. 2014. Functional classification for improved management of western North American aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.). Forest Science. 60:345-359.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Landhäusser, S.M., Chow, P.S., Quideau, S.A. and MacKenzie, M.D. 2014. Nutrient uptake and growth of fireweed (Chamerion angustifolium) on reclamation soils. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 44:1-7.
  1. Balogianni, V.G., Wilson, S.D., Vaness, B.M., MacDougall, A.S. and Pinno, B.D. 2014. Different root and shoot responses to mowing and fertility in native and invaded grassland. Rangeland Ecology and Management.67:39-45.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Errington, R.C and Thompson, D.K. 2013. Young jack pine and high severity fire combine to create potentially expansive areas of understocked forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 310:517-522.
  1. Schott, K.M, Pinno, B.D. and Landhäusser, S.M. 2013. Premature shoot growth termination allows nutrient loading of seedlings with indeterminate growth strategy. New Forests. 44:635-647.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Wilson, S.D. 2013. Fine root response to soil resource heterogeneity differs between grassland and forest. Plant Ecology. 214:821-829.
  1. Wilson, S.D. and Pinno, B.D. 2013. Environmentally-contingent behaviour of grassland plants as drivers or passengers. Oikos. 122:129-135.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Lieffers, V.J. and Landhäusser, S.M. 2012. Inconsistent growth response to fertilization and thinning in lodgepole pine in the Rocky Mountain foothills is linked site index. International Journal of Forestry Research. 2012:193975.
  1. Landhäusser, S.M, Pinno, B.D., Lieffers, V.J. and Chow, P.S. 2012. Partitioning of carbon allocation to reserves or growth determines future performance of aspen seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management. 275:43-51.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Landhäusser, S.M., Mackenzie, M.D., Quideau, S.A. and Chow, P.S. 2012. Trembling aspen seedling establishment, growth, and response to fertilization on contrasting soils used in oil sands reclamation. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 92:143-151.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Bélanger, N. 2011. Estimating trembling aspen productivity in the boreal transition ecoregion of Saskatchewan using site and soil variables. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 91:661-669. 
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Wilson, S.D. 2011. Ecosystem carbon changes with woody encroachment of grassland in the northern Great Plains. Écoscience. 18:157-164.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Wilson, S.D., Steinaker, D., Van Rees, K.C.J. and McDonald, S.A. 2010. Fine root dynamics of trembling aspen in boreal forest and aspen parkland in central Canada. Annals of Forest Science. 67:710.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Thomas, B. and Bélanger, N. 2010. Predicting the productivity of a young hybrid poplar clone under intensive plantation management in northern Alberta, Canada using soil and site characteristics. New Forests. 39:89-103.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Paré, D., Guindon, L. and Bélanger, N. 2009. Predicting productivity of trembling aspen in the Boreal Shield ecozone of Quebec with different sources of soil and site information. Forest Ecology and Management. 257:782-789.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Bélanger, N. 2009. Competition control in juvenile hybrid poplar plantations across a range of site productivities in central Saskatchewan. New Forests. 37:213-225.
  1. Bélanger, N. and Pinno, B.D. 2008. Carbon sequestration, vegetation dynamics and soil development in the boreal transition ecoregion of Saskatchewan during the Holocene. Catena. 74:65-72.
  1. Pinno, B.D. and Bélanger, N. 2008. Ecosystem carbon gains from afforestation in the boreal transition ecozone of Saskatchewan (Canada) are coupled with the devolution of black chernozems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 123:56-62.
  1. Lieffers, V.J., Pinno, B.D. and Stadt, K.J. 2002. Light dynamics and free-to-grow standards in aspen dominated mixedwood forests. Forestry Chronicle. 78:137-145.
  1. Pinno, B.D., Lieffers, V.J. and Stadt, K.J. 2001. Measuring and modelling the crown and light transmission characteristics of juvenile aspen. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 31:1930-1939.