Selected Publications

Journals

Burnett, C, A Fall, E Tomppo, and R Kalliola. 2003. Monitoring Current Status of and Trends in Boreal Forest Land-use in Russian Karelia. Conservation Ecology 7(2):8 [online] .

DeLong SC, A Fall, and GD Sutherland. In press. Estimating the Impacts of Harvest Distribution on Road Building and Snag Abundance. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.

Fall, A., Daust, D. and Morgan, D. 2001. A Framework and Software Tool to Support Collaborative Landscape Analysis: Fitting Square Pegs into Square Holes. Transactions in GIS 5(1): 67-86. Special issue of selected papers from the 4th International Conference on Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling, Banff, Alberta, 2000.

Fall, A., and Fall. J. 2001. A Domain-Specific Language for Models of Landscape Dynamics. Ecological Modelling 141(1-3): 1-18.

Fall, A, M-J Fortin, DD Kneeshaw, SH Yamasaki, C Messier, L Bouthillier, and C Smyth. In press. Consequences of Various Landscape-scale Ecosystem Management Strategies and Fire Cycles on Age-class Structure and Annual Harvest Target. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.

Fall, A. and Mineau, G. 1998. Knowledge, Retrieval, Use and Storage for Efficiency. Computational Intelligence.15(1):1-10.

Fortin, M-J, A Fall, and M Didion. 2002. Intégration de la problématique des feux dans la planification forestière. Pp.73-75. Actes du colloque L'aménagement forestier et le feu, Chicoutimi (Québec). Ministère des ressources naturelles du Québec.

Manseau, M, A Fall, D O'Brien, and M-J Fortin. 2002. National Parks and the protection of woodland caribou: a multi-scale landscape analysis method. Research Links, 10(2): 24-28.

Sutherland, GD, M Eng, and A Fall. In press. Effects of Uncertainties About Stand-Replacing Natural Disturbances on Forest Management Projections. British Columbia Journal of Ecosystems and Management.

Conference presentations (papers published)

Burnett, C., Fall, A., and Kalliola, R. 2000. Boreal Forest Land-use Monitoring and Modeling: A Case Study from Russian Karelia. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling, Parks, B.O., Clarke K.M., and Crane M.P. (Eds.). University of Colorado, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science, Boulder, CO. (www and CD).

Carpendale M S T, Cowperthwaite D, Tigges M, Fall A, and Fracchia F D 1999 The Tardis: a Visual Exploration Environment for Landscape Dynamics. In Proceedings of the Visual Data Exploration and Analysis VI, SPIE Conference, San Jose, CA. Volume 3643: 110-119.

Fall, A. and Fall, J. 1998. Beauty and the Beast: Separating Syntax from Semantics for Models of Landscape Dynamics. Modelling of Complex Systems Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Fall, A. and Fall, J. 1996. SELES: A Spatially Explicit Landscape Event Simulator. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Proceedings also available on CD-ROM and the Internet at: www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/conf/SANTA_FE_CD-ROM/main.html.

Conference presentations (abstracts published)

Burnett, C., Fall, A., Kalliola, R., and Martens, Y. 2000. Comparative Analysis of Boreal Landscape Processes Using SELES: Russian Versus Finnish Karelias. 3rd AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, Helsinki/Espoo, Finland.

Delong, C., Fall, A., and Sutherland, G. 2002. Estimating the Impact of Harvest Distribution on Roads, Stream Crossings and Snags. 4th International Workshop in Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. University of Northern B.C., Prince George, B.C.

Fall, A. 1999. Towards a Language for General Fire Modelling. Landscape Fire Modeling Workshop. Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, B.C.

Fall, A. 1999. Bridging the Gap from Conceptual Landscape Models to Computer Simulation. Ecological Society of America Conference, Spokane, WA.

Fall, A. 1998. Simulating and Visualizing Forest Landscape Dynamics as an Aid to Management. Landscape Management of Pacific Northwest Forests Workshop: Exploring Practical Tools for Managers. Olympia, Washington. Also presented at the Annual Disturbance Meeting, Prince George, B.C.

Fall, A. and Fall, J. 1996. A Hierarchical Organization of Neutral Landscape Models. International Association of Landscape Ecology Symposium. Galveston, Texas.

Fall, A., Fall, J. and Lertzman, K. 1997. Spatially Explicit Landscape Simulation for Biodiversity Conservation and Land-Use Planning. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Victoria, B.C.

Fall, A., Fortin, M.J., Yamasaki, S.H., Kneeshaw D.D., Messier, C. and Bouthillier, L. 2001a Development of a Landscape Model to Assess Forest Management Options in the Mauricie Region of Québec. Conference on Forest Modelling for Ecosystem Management, Forest Certification, and Sustainable Management. Vancouver, Canada.

Fall, A., Fortin, M.J., Yamasaki, S.H., Kneeshaw D.D., Messier, C. and Bouthillier, L. 2001b Assessing Boreal Forest Management Alternatives using Landscape Simulation: A Case Study in the Mauricie Region of Québec, Canada. International Conference on Ecosystem Management in Boreal Forest Landscapes. Koli, Finland.

Fall, A, M Manseau, D O'Brien, and M-J Fortin. 2003. Multi-scale Landscape Analysis for Assessing Connectivity of Woodland Caribou Habitat. 18th Annual Symposium of the U.S. International Association of Landscape Ecology. Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Fortin, M-J, A Fall, and M Didion. 2002. Intégration de la problématique des feux dans la planification forestière. Actes du colloque L'aménagement forestier et le feu, Chicoutimi, Québec, Canada. Ministère des ressources naturelles du Québec.

Fortin, M.-J., Fall, A., Kneeshaw, D., Yamasaki, S. and Messier C. 2002. Landscape Modelling of Forest Dynamics and Management for the Evaluation of Indicators in SELES. 4th International Workshop in Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. University of Northern B.C., Prince George, B.C.

Fortin, M.-J., Payette, S., and Fall, A. 2002. Deforestation in Québec Northern Boreal Forest Due to Fire Regime. 4th International Workshop in Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. University of Northern B.C., Prince George, B.C.

Sutherland, G, M Eng, and A Fall. 2003. Natural Disturbance Scenarios and Uncertainty in Forest Management Projections. 18th Annual Symposium of the U.S. International Association of Landscape Ecology. Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Posters

Burnett, C., Fall, A., Tomppo, E. and Kalliola, R. 2001. Boreal Forest Fragmentation Monitoring and Modeling. . International Conference on Ecosystem Management in Boreal Forest Landscapes. Koli, Finland.

Didion, M, M-J Fortin, and A Fall. 2002. Improving Forest Management Decisions by Modeling Landscape Disturbance Impacts on Forest Spatial Dynamics. 2002. IUFRO Conference on Mountain Forests: Conservation and Management. Vernon, B.C., Canada.

Farley, G., Drapeau, P., Fortin, M.-J., and Fall, A. 2002. Spatial Configuration Habitat Requirements of Wildlife as Indicator of Sustainable Management in Boreal Forests. 4th International Workshop in Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. University of Northern B.C., Prince George, B.C.

Morgan, D., Fall, A., and Eng, M.1999. Integrating Natural Disturbance into Resource Management. Science to Management Forum for Southern Interior Ecosystems. Kamloops, B.C.

Yamasaki SH, DD Kneeshaw, C Messier, M-J Fortin, and A Fall. 2000. Ecological forestry for the boreal forests of Québec: a proposal for sustainable forest management (SFM) inspired by natural disturbances. Streamlining Local-level information. Sustainable Forest Management Workshop, Forest Sciences Centre. University of British Columbia, B.C., Canada.

Technical reports

Daust, D., Fall, A., and Morgan, D. 2000. Description of the Lakes District Model. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.

Fall, A. 2003. SELES Spatial Timber Supply Model. Report to Timber Supply Branch, B.C. Ministry of Forests.

Fall, A. 2003. Omineca Northern Caribou Project: Harvest Schedule and Disturbance Models for the Wolverine Caribou Herd Area. Report to Slocan Forest Products Ltd.

Fall, A. 2001. Assessing Critical Scales of Late Seral Forest Connectivity in the Northern Columbia Mountains. Report to Parks Canada.

Fall, A., Eng, M., Shore, T., Safranyik, L, Riel, B, and Sachs, D. 2001. Mountain Pine Beetle Audit Project: Kamloops Forest District Landscape Model. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.

Fall, A., Eng, M. and Sutherland, G. 2001. Modeling and Assessing Effects of Disturbances on Timber Supply in the Robson Valley TSA. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.

Fall, A. 2000. Blackwater/Birkenhead Ecosystem Management Project Landscape Fire Model Description. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.

Fall, A. 2000. Mountain Pine Beetle Landscape Models in SELES. Report to the Canadian Forest Service.

Fall, A and B Beasley. 2002. Assessing Landscape Connectivity in the Kennedy Flats. Report to the Long Beach Model Forest Society.

Fall, A., Daust, D., and Morgan, M. 2000. Simulated Effects of Forest Management Options on Timber and Caribou Habitat in the Northern Columbia Mountains. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.

Fall, A, M Eng, T Shore, L Safranyik, B Riel, and D Sachs. 2001. Mountain Pine Beetle Audit Project: Kamloops Forest District Landscape Model. Report to Forest Practices Branch, B.C. Ministry of Forests.

Fall, A, M Eng, and G Sutherland. 2001. Modeling and Assessing Effects of Disturbances on Timber Supply in the Robson Valley TSA. Report to the Robson Valley Enhanced Forest Management Pilot Project, B.C. Ministry of Forests.

Fall, A, D Sachs, T Shore, L Safranyik, and B Riel. 2002a. Application of the MPB/SELES Landscape-Scale Mountain Pine Beetle Model in the Lakes Timber Supply Area. Report to Forest Practices Branch, B.C. Ministry of Forests.

Fall, A, D Sachs, T Shore, L Safranyik, and B Riel. 2002b. Application of the MPB/SELES Landscape-Scale Mountain Pine Beetle Model in the Lignum IFPA. Report to Lignum Ltd.

Fall, A., Steventon, D., and Morgan D. 2000 Description of the Morice Forest District
Landscape Unit Disturbance and Statistics Model. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.

Morgan, D, D Daust, and A Fall. 2002. North Coast Landscape Model. Report to the North Coast Land and Resource Management Planning Process, B.C. Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management.

Morgan, D. and Fall, A. 1999. Description of the Invermere Landscape Model. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report. B.C. Ministry of Forests Report.