Clason, A.J., I. Farnell, E.B. Lilles, 2022. Carbon 5 to 60 years after fire: Planting trees does not compensate for losses in dead wood stores. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, doi: 10.3389/ffgc.2022.868024
Clason, A.J., E.J.B. McIntire, P.J. Burton, 2020. Latitudinal limit not a cold limit: Cold temperatures do not constrain an endangered tree species at its northern edge. Journal of Biogeography, doi: 10.1111/jbi.13822.
Clason, A.J., S.E. Macdonald and S. Haeussler, 2014. Forest response to cumulative disturbance and stress: Two decades of change in whitebark pine ecosystems of west-central British Columbia. Ecoscience, 21: 174-185.
Clason, A.J., P.M.F. Lindgren and T.P. Sullivan, 2008. Comparison of non-timber forest products in intensively managed young stands and mature/old-growth forests in south-central British Columbia. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 1897-1909.
Camfield, A.F., A.J. Clason, and K. Martin, 2007. Mother-son parental care in horned larks. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 119(2): 302-304.
Haeussler, S., P.J. Burton, and A.J. Clason, 2016. Combating decline of whitebark pine ecosystems across central British Columbia. pp: 164-166 (Vignette 4 in Chapter 6, Exploring cumulative effects and impacts through examples), in The integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments, edited by M.P. Gillingham, G.R. Halseth, C.J. Johnson, and M.W. Parkes. Springer, New York.
Beukema, S., and A.J. Clason, 2022. rsortie: Forest stand dynamics modelling with SORTIE-ND in R. R package version 0.0.0.9000, https://aclason.github.io/rsortie.