Architecture of the wood-wide web: Rhizopogon spp. Contact CBC. Paudel, S., Simard, S.W., Nitschke, C.R. Simard, S.W., Roach, W.J.(2015). Mycorrhizal networks: mechanisms, ecology and modelling. In her career, she has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles and presented at conferences around the world. RenewableResources Conference, Castlegar, Canada, Simard, S.W (2011). (2012). Branchlines, 22(4): 8-9. Recent collaborative publications are: special issue on Latin American women’s access to farmland and communal forest (2017), and edited volumes Dryland Forests (2016), and Gender, Energy and Sustainability (2018). Suzanne W. Simard, Mycorrhizal Networks Facilitate Tree Communication, Learning, and Memory, Memory and Learning in Plants, 10.1007/978-3-319-75596-0_10, (191-213), (2018). Deslippe, J.R., and Simard, S.W. He now runs an environmentally-friendly woodland in Germany, where he is working for the return of primeval forests. (2015) “Fish, Forests, Fungi: The Role of Mycorrhizae in Salmon Forests”. Ecology, 95:1096–1103. Dordel, J., and Simard, S.W. Simard, S.W. Beiler K.J., Suzanne W. Simard, Sheri A. Maxwell & Annette M. Kretzer (2009). “Meta-networks of fungi, fauna and flora as agents of complex adaptive systems” Chapter 7, pages 133-164. (2011) Pathways for belowground carbon transfer between paper birch and Douglas-fir seedlings. Baleshta, K.E,. Free-growing: caught in a modern Kodak moment. Healing Power of Nature’s Networks. (2011). "A forest is much more than what you see," says ecologist Suzanne Simard. Plant Ecology & Diversity, 3: 221-233. Five years after the publication of the highly acclaimed Orfeo, the National Book Award-winning novelist returns with a dense, passionate, and suspenseful tale of the connection between humanity and some of the planet's most ancient, massive, and indispensable living organisms. Gorzelak MA, Asay AK, Pickles BJ, Simard SW. 2015. University of Washington, Sestttle, United States, Simard, S.W (2011). She obtained Registered Professional Forester Status in 1986. Suzanne married Pierre Simard/Lombrette in 1635. E Filotas, L Parrott, PJ Burton, RL Chazdon, KD Coates, L Coll, ... Forest Ecology and Management 258, S95-S107, MD Jones, DM Durall, SMK Harniman, DC Classen, SW Simard, Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27 (11), 1872-1889, SW Simard, MD Jones, DM Durall, DA Perry, DD Myrold, R Molina, New articles related to this author's research, Net transfer of carbon between ectomycorrhizal tree species in the field. Philip LJ, Simard SW, Jones MD (2011). The BC Forest Professional, July/August 2012: 24. Simard, S.W. West Coast Environmental Law Dialogue, Wosk Centre, Vancouver, Canada, Simard, S.W (2011). Do animals feel pain? Henry GHR, Harper KA, Chen W, Deslippe JR, Grant RF, Lafleur PM, Lévesque E, Siciliano SD, Simard SW (2012). Dr. Simard holds a PhD and MSc in Forest Ecology from Oregon State University and a BSF in Forest Resource Management from the University of British Columbia. Practicing mindful silviculture in our changing climate. (2012). FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 82: 303-315. Lewis, K., and Simard, S.W. Assessing the role of mycorrhizal fungi in limiting migrations of interior Douglas-¬fir and western larch across a latitudinal gradient in British Columbia. Submit Feedback; Help Centre; Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Deslippe, J.R., Hartmann, M., Mohn, W.W. and Simard, S.W. Simard, S.W. Innovations in Communicating Global Change Science. Viewing forests through the lens of complex systems science. Management strategies for post-mountain pine beetle forests. (2012). Submitted, Simard, S.W., Martin, K., Vyse, A., Larson, B.(2013). Book Review: Requiem for a Species, Why We Resist the Truth about Climate Change, by Clive Hamilton, Publisher: Earthscan (2010) ISBN: 978-1-84971-081-7 (hbk.) “Regeneration potential of interior Douglas-fir and the role of Mycorrhizal networks in response to different sized forest canopy gaps” Author: Matt Zustovic Conference: TerreWEB open house presentation date: Nov. 25, 2014, Simard, S.W. 2014. Puettmann, K., Messier, C., Coates, K.D.”Managing World Forests as Complex Adaptive Systems” ISBN 978-0-415-51977. : 133-164. Ecosystems, 15: 188-199. Simard, S.W., and Lewis, K. (2011). Published, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.. Asay AK, Simard SW, Aitken SN, Durall DM, Dudley SA, Pickles BJ, Wilhelm R. (2014) Mycorrhizal facilitation of kin recognition in interior Douglas-fir, TerreWEB open house poster presentation, November 25, 2014. Simard, S.W., Beiler, K.J., Bingham, M.A., Deslippe. The power of meta-networks in forest resilience to climate change. (2012). Talking science: Telling our stories. Sort by citations Sort by year Sort by title. (2012). She is a Canadian Scientist who attached radio isotopes to Birch, Fir and Cedar to trace their communications. Opinion Editorial, Special to the Vancouver Sun, April 8, 2011. These MNs are composed of continuous fungal mycelia linking two or more plants of the same or different species. The development of silvicultural systems in Canada. Suzanne W. Simard's 12 research works with 34 citations and 1,863 reads, including: Diverging distribution of seedlings and mature trees reflects recent climate change in British Columbia “Meta-networks of fungi, fauna and flora as agents of complex adaptive systems” Chapter 7, pages 133-164. (2014). Sustainable forests: the fabric of Canadian landscapes. Forest Ecology & Management, 287: 132-139. Title. Biocomplexity of Plant–Fungal Interactions, First Edition. Larocque A. The ones marked, SW Simard, DA Perry, MD Jones, DD Myrold, DM Durall, R Molina, Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21 (11), 621-628, Canadian Journal of Botany 82 (8), 1140-1165, SW Simard, KJ Beiler, MA Bingham, JR Deslippe, LJ Philip, FP Teste, KJ Beiler, DM Durall, SW Simard, SA Maxwell, AM Kretzer, JR Deslippe, M Hartmann, SW Simard, WW Mohn, FEMS microbiology ecology 82 (2), 303-315, JR Deslippe, M Hartmann, WW Mohn, SW Simard, MA Gorzelak, AK Asay, BJ Pickles, SW Simard, FP Teste, SW Simard, DM Durall, RD Guy, MD Jones, AL Schoonmaker, CE Prescott, L Vesterdal, CM Preston, SW Simard, Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (8), 1714-1729. (2012). Decline of ectomycorrhizal fungi following mountain pine beetle infestation. Year; Net transfer of carbon between ectomycorrhizal tree species in the field. TerreWEB NSERC CREATE — keynote seminar opening the program seminar series, Vancouver, Canada, Simard, S.W (2011). Above and belowground interactions in conifer-broadleaf mixtures in the temperate forests of western Canada. Defrenne, C. (2015) Carbon storage and related soil properties in a coastal temperate rainforest: a case study on the legacy of past disturbance in Southern British Columbia. The following articles are merged in Scholar. Chang, A.S. (2013) Stable isotope analysis and forestry. No longer are scientists only under pressure to conduct research and publish in peer-reviewed academic journals. (2012). The MN can thus integrate m… Integrating mobile-based learning into post-secondary education: using a mobile gaming application to enhance a forest ecology course. Silviculture Magazine, Fall 2013: 6-8. Harrison, Peter. Professor. Julia Dorbel, Julie Wilson, Andrea Norris, Les Lavkulich, Suzanne Simard . Native Plant Society of BC, Vancouver, Canada. (2012). The powerful networks of forests. Suzanne Simard. No time to waste: forest conservation management is essential for climate change mitigation, The mysterious world of mycorrhizas. Pickles, B.J., Wilhelm, R., Asay, A.K., Hahn, A., Simard, S.W, and Mohn, W.W.(2015). and Durall, D.M.(2015). Simard, S.W. Simard, S.W., Roach, W.J.(2015). Effects of observed and experimental climate change on terrestrial ecosystems in northern Canada: results from the Canadian IPY program. Resource transfer between plants through ectomycorrhizal networks – In: Mycorrhizal Networks. Bingham, M.A., and Simard, S.W. Richard Powers speaks for the trees. Edited by T. R. Horton. King, C., Dordel, J., Krzic, M., and Simard, S.W. and Simard, S.W. (2012). Discover the magic that unites us by watching the film today. (2012). Published, Routledge. To Grass Seed, or Not. W. Jean Roach, Suzanne W. Simard, Camille E. Defrenne, Brian J. Pickles and Les M. Lavkulich. Evidence of kin recognition in conifers and the role of mycorrhizal networks, Zustovic M. and Simard, S.W., “Forest canopy gap size affects the regeneration potential of interior Douglas-fir through environmental properties and mycorrhizal networks” Forest Science, Submission date : Aug 31, 2011, Simard, S.W.(2015). Asay AK, Pickles BJ, Dudley SA, Aitken SN, Durall DM, Simard SW. (2016) Evidence of kin recognition in conifers and the role of mycorrhizal networks (submitted). The BC Forest Professional, September/October: 12-14. Publications & Resources. Suzanne Simard and colleagues knew that the same mycorrhizal fungal species could colonize multiple types of trees. Forest canopy gap size affects the regeneration potential of interior Douglas-fir through environmental properties and mycorrhizal networks” Presenter: Matt Zustovic Conference: North American Forest Ecology Workshop (NAFEW 10) Presentation date: June 13, 2015, Zustovic, M. (2015). (2013). TEDYouth talk/, Simard, S.W. Just over 20 years ago, ecologist Suzanne Simard discovered that trees do communicate with each other, and it's through a fungal network scientists have nicknamed the Wood Wide Web. (2012). Policy Options, December 2012 issue. Broadleaf-conifer synergies: the healing power of natural succession. Darlene Southworth. Southern Interior Silviculture Committee. The extent of fungal mycelium in the soil is vast and the mutualisms between the fungal species and host plants are usually diffuse, enabling the formation of mycorrhizal networks (MNs). “The forest is more than what you see,” ecologist Suzanne Simard beamed from the Ted stage in 2016. Northern Silviculture Committee AGM, Prince Geroge, Canada, Simard, S.W (2011). (2011). “The roots of forest wisdom”. A Vancouver event” by Nature Conservancy Canada, Vancouver, Canada, Simard, S.W. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. I am a PhD candidate under the direction of Dr. Suzanne Simard, and my research will mainly focus on root system behaviour along an altitudinal gradient. (2012). Refereed Journal Articles, Submitted: