45. Robinson, A.J., Defrenne, C.E., Roach, W.J., Dymond, C.C., Pickles, B.J. and Simard, S.W., 2022. Harvesting intensity and aridity are more important than climate change in affecting future carbon stocks of Douglas-fir forests. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change Aug. 11 2022.
44. Spittlehouse, D.L. and Dymond, C.C., 2022. Interaction of elevation and climate change on fire weather risk. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 52(2), pp.237-249.
43. Landry, G., Thiffault, E., Cyr, D., Moreau, L., Boulanger, Y. and Dymond, C., 2021. Mitigation Potential of Ecosystem-Based Forest Management under Climate Change: A Case Study in the Boreal-Temperate Forest Ecotone. Forests, 12(12), p.1667.
42. Forster, E., Healey, J., Dymond, C. and Styles, D., 2021. Commercial afforestation can deliver effective climate change mitigation under multiple decarbonisation pathways. Nature Communications 12(1): 1-12.
41. Howard, C., Dymond, C.C., Griess, V.C., Tolkien-Spurr, D. and van Kooten, G.C., 2021. Wood product carbon substitution benefits: a critical review of assumptions. Carbon Balance and Management, 16(1), pp.1-11.
40. Dymond, C.C., K. Giles-Hansen, & P. Asante 2020. The forest mitigation-adaptation nexus: economic benefits of novel planting regimes. Forest Policy and Economics, 113, 102124.
39. Ling, P., S. Prince, G. Baiocchi, C.C. Dymond, W. Xi, & G. Hurtt 2020. Impact of fire and harvest on forest ecosystem services in a species‐rich area in the southern Appalachians. Ecosphere, 11(6), p.e03150.
38. Forster, E.J., Healey, J.R., C.C. Dymond, G. Newman, G.Davies, & D.Styles 2019, August. Linking construction timber carbon storage with land use and forestry management practices. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 323, No. 1, p. 012142). IOP Publishing.
37. Hof, Anouschka R., C.C. Dymond, & D. J. Mladenoff 2017. Climate change mitigation through adaptation: the effectiveness of forest diversification by novel tree planting regimes. Ecosphere 8.11
36. Dymond, C.C., S. Beukema, C.R. Nitschke, K.D. Coates, & R.M. Scheller 2016. Carbon sequestration in managed temperate coniferous forests under climate change. Biogeosciences 13, 1933-1947.
35. Hoberg, G., G. Schittecatte, G. Peterson St-Laurent, & C.C. Dymond 2016. Forest Carbon Mitigation Policy – Issues and Options for British Columbia. Forest Policy and Economics 69:73-82.
34. Mahalle, L., C.C. Dymond, S. Berch, C. Bulmer, S. Tedder, B. Titus, & M. Todd. 2016. Using Life Cycle Assessment to evaluate the sustainability of British Columbia’s forest-based bioeconomy. BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Technical Report 101.
33. Dymond, C.C., S. Tedder, D. Spittlehouse, K. Hopkins, K. McCallion, & J. Sandland 2015. Applying resilience concepts in forest management: a retrospective simulation approach. Forests 6 (12), 4421-4438.
32. Dymond, C.C., S. Tedder, D. Spittlehouse, B. Raymer, K. Hopkins, K. McCallion, & J. Sandland 2014. Diversifying managed forests to increase resilience. Can. J. Forest Res. 44(10), 1196-1205.
31. Dymond, C.C. & A. Kamp 2014. Fibre use, net calorific value, and consumption of forest-derived bioenergy in British Columbia, Canada. Biomass and Bioenergy 70, 217-224.
30. Lamers, P., M. Junginger, C.C Dymond, & A. Faaij 2013. Damaged forests provide an opportunity to mitigate climate change. GCB Bioenergy 6 (1), 44-60.
29. Mahalle, L., S. Berch, C.C. Dymond, S. Tedder, B. Titus, & M. Todd. 2013. Life cycle sustainability analysis sub-project of the Woody Biomass Innovative Project: a preliminary assessment. BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Technical Report 76.
28. Dymond, C.C. 2012. Forest carbon in North America: annual storage and emissions from British Columbia’s harvest, 1965-2065. Carbon Balance and Man. 7(8).
27. Berch, S.M., M. Curran, C.C. Dymond, K. Hannam, M. Murray, S. Tedder, B. Titus & M. Todd 2012. Criteria and guidance considerations for sustainable tree stump harvesting in British Columbia. Scandinavian J. Forest Res. October 2, 2012.
26. Dymond, C.C., R.M. Scheller, & S. Beukema. 2012. A New Model for Simulating Climate Change and Carbon Dynamics in Forested Landscapes. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 12(3) 1-2.
25. Dymond, C.C. 2012. Our logs’ story from truck to product. BC Forest Science Program Extension Note 107, Victoria, BC.
24. Metsaranta, J.M., C.C. Dymond, W.A. Kurz, & D.L. Spittlehouse 2011. Uncertainty of 21st century growing stocks and GHG balance of forests in British Columbia, Canada resulting from potential climate change impacts on ecosystem processes. Forest Ecol. and Man. 262 (2011) 827–837.
23. Stinson, G, W.A. Kurz, C. Smyth, E.T. Neilson, C.C. Dymond, J. Metsaranta, C. Boisvenue, G.J. Rampley, Q. Li, White, T.M., & Blain, D. 2010. An inventory-based analysis of Canada’s managed forest carbon dynamics, 1990 to 2008. Global Change Biol., Vol. 17 Issue 6, p2227-2244.
22. Dymond, C.C., E.T. Neilson, G. Stinson, K. Porter, D.A. MacLean, D.R. Gray, M. Campagna, & W.A. Kurz 2010. Future spruce budworm outbreak may create a carbon source in eastern Canadian forests. Ecosystems 13: 917–931.
21. Dymond, C.C., B.D. Titus, G. Stinson, & W.A. Kurz 2010. Future quantities and spatial distribution of harvesting residue and dead wood from natural disturbances in Canada. Forest Ecol. and Man. 260: 181-192.
20. Daigle, P.W., & C.C. Dymond 2010. The Carbon Conundrum — Fire and Fuel Management in Fire-prone Forests. BC Forest Science Program Extension Note 97, Victoria, BC.
19. Titus, B.D., D.G. Maynard, C.C. Dymond, G. Stinson & W.A. Kurz 2009. Wood energy: Protect local ecosystems. Science, Letter to the Editor 324:138-139.
18. Kurz, W.A., C.C. Dymond, T.M. White, G. Stinson, C.H. Shaw, G.J. Rampley, C. Smyth, B.N. Simpson, E.T. Neilson, J.A. Trofymow, J. Metsaranta, & M.J. Apps 2009. CBM-CFS3: A model of carbon-dynamics in forestry and land-use change implementing IPCC standards. Ecological Modelling 220: 480–504.
17. Dymond, C.C., & D.L. Spittlehouse 2009. Forests in a carbon-constrained world. BC Forest Science Program Extension Note 92, Victoria, BC.
16. Kurz, W.A., C.C. Dymond, G. Stinson, G.J. Rampley, E.T. Neilson, A.L. Carroll, T. Ebata, & L. Safranyik 2008. Mountain pine beetle and forest carbon feedback to climate change. Nature 452(24): 987-990.
15. Kurz, W.A., G. Stinson, G.J. Rampley, C.C. Dymond & E.T. Neilson 2008. Risk of natural disturbances makes future contribution of Canada’s forests to the global carbon cycle highly uncertain. Proc. of the Nat. Academy of Sci., 105(5): 1551-1555.
14. Wulder, M.A., J.C. White, C.C. Dymond, T. Nelson, B. Boots, & T.L. Shore, 2006. Calculating the risk of mountain pine beetle attack: A comparison of distance- and density-based estimates of beetle pressure. J. of Enviro. Informatics, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 58-69.
13. Dymond, C.C., M.A. Wulder, T.L. Shore, T. Nelson, B. Boots, & B. Riel 2006. Evaluation of risk assessment of mountain pine beetle infestations. W. J. of Applied Forestry 21(1): 5-13.
12. Wulder, M.A., C.C. Dymond, J.C. White, D.G. Leckie, & A.L. Carroll 2006. Surveying mountain pine beetle damage of forests: A review of remote sensing opportunities. Forest Ecol. and Man. 221: 27-41.
11. Wulder, M., C.C. Dymond, J. White, & R.D. Erickson, 2006. Detection, mapping, and monitoring of the mountain pine beetle. Pages 123-154 in, The mountain pine beetle. A synthesis of biology management and impacts on lodgepole pine, edited by L. Safranyik, B. Wilson. Published by the Can. Forest Service, Victoria, BC.
10. Wulder, M.A., R.S. Skakun, C.C. Dymond, W.A. Kurz, & J.C. White 2005. Characterization of the diminishing accuracy in detecting forest insect damage over time. Can. J. of Remote Sensing 31(6): 421-431.
9. Dymond, C.C., R.D. Field, O. Roswintiarti, & Guswanto 2005. Using satellite fire detection to calibrate components of the Fire Weather Index System in Malaysia and Indonesia. Env. Man. 35(4): 426 – 440.
8. Wulder, M.A., C.C. Dymond, & J.C. White 2005. Remote sensing in the survey of mountain pine beetle impacts: Review and Recommendations. Can. Forest Service Report BC-X-401.
7. Dymond, C.C., O. Roswintiarti, & M.A. Brady 2004. Characterizing and mapping fuels for Malaysia and western Indonesia. Int. J. of Wildland Fire 13:323-334.
6. Collins, M. J., C.C. Dymond, & E.A. Johnson 2004. Mapping subalpine forest types using networks of nearest neighbour classifiers. Int. J. of Remote Sensing 25(9): 1701-1721.
5. Wulder, M.A., C.C. Dymond, & R.D. Erickson 2004. Detection and monitoring of the mountain pine beetle. Chapter 5 in: Can. Forest Service Report BC-X-398.
4. Wulder, M.A., S.E. Franklin, R.S. Skakun, & C.C. Dymond 2004. A technique for mapping the impact of mountain pine beetle. Can. Forest Service, Victoria, Tech. Transfer Note 32.
3. Wulder, M.A., D. Seeman, C.C. Dymond, T.L. Shore, & W.G. Riel 2004. Arc/Info Macro Language (AML) scripts for mapping susceptibility and risk of volume losses to mountain pine beetle in British Columbia. Can. Forest Service, Victoria, Tech. Transfer Note 33.
2. Dymond, C.C., D.J. Mladenoff, & V.C. Radeloff 2002. Phenological differences in Tasseled Cap indices improve deciduous forest classification. Remote Sensing of Env. 80(3): 460-472.
1. Dymond, C.C., & E.A. Johnson 2002. Mapping vegetation spatial pattern from modelled water, temperature and solar radiation gradients. ISPRS Photog. and Remote Sensing 57: 69-85.