John Innes

john_innes1-1-733x1024Professor and Dean, B.A. (1979), M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1983) University of Cambridge
Faculty of Forestry, Department of Sustainable Forest Management,
University of British Columbia
Office of the Dean, #2045 – 2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6T 1Z4
Phone: 1-6048223542
Email: john.innes@ubc.ca

Research Interests:
The graduate students that make up the Sustainable Forest Management Laboratory, which I lead, are interested in all aspects of sustainable forest management, but particularly the application of the principles of sustainable forest management to real world situations. We have been looking at how internationally agreed criteria and indicators of sustainable forest management can be improved and what this means for forestry practices on the ground. Our research group has developed some novel web-based approaches to enable these indicators to be continuously improved: see http://www.sfmindicators.org.

The design of suitable monitoring systems is an important part of forest management: a manager must be able to see whether a particular change in management is having the desired effect on the ground. To do this, an appropriate system of indicators and measurements is required. There is also a need to better understand what constitutes a “success”, since different people have different ideas about this. As a result, we are looking at the success of co-management agreements for both forests and national parks.

We are working with a number of indigenous peoples looking at how they are implementing sustainable forest management. Our work in the Yukon involves an examination of how the impacts of climate change are affecting forest-dependent communities and how those communities are adapting to their changing environment. This ties in with our work in northeast British Columbia, where we have been looking at the cumulative impacts of development on aboriginal communities. Elsewhere in British Columbia, we are looking at what influences the capacity of First Nations to implement sustainable forestry and at some of the barriers influencing this.

I am closely involved with a number of international projects in China and elsewhere. Having worked in Britain and Switzerland in the past, I am interested in how management practices are changing in different countries in response to international issues such as the conservation of biodiversity and climate change. As a past member of the Sustainable Forestry Board, I am particularly interested in certification and how it is promoting sustainable forest management.

Current Research:
  • Application of sustainable forest management to the Min River Watershed, China
  • Development of a national forest certification standard for China
  • Factors influencing the capacity of aboriginal groups to practice sustainable forest management
  • Effectiveness of co-management agreements for national parks and community forests
  • Adaptation of northern communities in the Yukon Territory to climate change
  • Impacts of climate change on forest ecosystems in the Yukon Territory, Canada
  • Socio-economic indicators of sustainable forest management
Awards:
IUFRO Scientific Achievement Award (1995), BC Premier’s Award – Innovation (2005/2006 finalist), Nobel Peace Prize (as a contributor to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) (2007), International Forestry Achievement Award, Canadian Institute of Forestry (2015)
Courses Taught:
FRST 439 International Forestry

Selected publications:

Guo, F., Wang, G., Ma, Z., Innes, J.L., and Ma, X. (2015). Comparison of six generalized linear models for modeling the occurrence of lightning-induced fires in Northern Daxing’an Mountains, China. Journal of Forestry Research, in press.

Guo, F., Innes, J.L., Wang, G., Ma, X., Sun, L., Hu, H. and Su, Z. (2015). Historic distribution and driving factors of human-caused fires in the Chinese boreal forest between 1972 and 2005. Journal of Plant Ecology, in press.

Lim, S.S., Innes, J.L. and Meitner, M. (2015). Public awareness of aesthetic and other forest values associated with sustainable forest management: A cross-cultural comparison among the public in four countries. Journal of Environmental Management 150, 243-249.

Lim, S.S., Innes, J.L. and Meitner, M. (2015). Awareness of aesthetic and forest values: a comparison between the general public and forestry experts. Society and Natural Resources, in press.

Paudel, S., Simard, S., Nitschke, C., and Innes, J.L. (2015). Climate variation and disturbance regime affect stand composition and structure of the boreal forests in Southwest Yukon of Canada. Open Journal of Forestry 5, 337-352.

Liu, J. and Innes, J.L. (2015). Participatory forest management in China: Key challenges and ways forward. International Forestry Review 17(2)

Paudel, S., Nitschke, C. and Innes, J.L. (2015). Assessing natural regeneration of white spruce, trembling aspen and balsam poplar in response to bio-geoclimatic and disturbance factors in Southwest Yukon of Canada. Journal of Forestry

Che, M., Chen, B., Innes, J.L., Wang, G. D, Dou, X., Zhou, T., Zhang, H., Yan, J., Xu, G., Zhao, H. (2014). Spatial and temporal variations in the end dates of the vegetation growing season throughout the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau from 1982 to 2011. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 189, 81-90

Chen, B., Xu, G., Coops, N.C., Ciais, P., Innes, J.L., Wang, G., Myneni, R.B., Wang, T., Krzyzanowski, J., Li, Q., Cao, L (2014). Changes in vegetation photosynthesis activity trends across the Asia-Pacific region over the last three decades Remote Sensing of Environment, 144, 28-41

Cao, L., Coops, N.C., Innes, J.L., Dai, J. and She, G. (2014). Mapping Above- and Below-Ground Biomass Components in Subtropical Forests Using Small-Footprint LiDAR Forests 5, 1356-1373; doi:10.3390/f5061356.

Cao, L., Coops, N.C., Hermosilla, T., Innes, J.L., Dai, J. and She, G. (2014). Using Small-Footprint Discreet and Full-Waveform Airborne LiDAR Metrics to EstimateTotal Biomass and Biomass Components in Subtropical Forests Remote Sensing 6(8), 7110-7135; doi:10.3390/rs6087110

Chandran, A. and Innes, J.L. (2014). The state of the forest: reporting and communicating the state of forests by Montreal Process countries. International Forestry Review, 16(1), 103-111.

Guo, F., Wang, G., Innes, J.L., Ma, K., Sun, L., and Hu, H. (2014). Gamma generalized linear model to investigate the effects of climate variables on the area burned by forest fire in northeast China Journal of Forestry Research, in press

Xu, G., Zhang, H., Chen, B., Zhang, H., Innes, J.L., Wang, G., Yan, J., Zheng, Y., Myneni, R.B. (2014). Changes in Vegetation Growth Dynamics and Relations with Climate over China’s Landmass from 1982 to 2011 Remote Sensing 6(4), 3263-3283, doi:10.3390/rs6043263

Cao, L., Coops, N.C., Hermosilla, T., Innes, J.L., Dai, J., Sha, G. (2014). Using Small-Footprint Discrete and Full-Waveform Airborne LiDAR Metrics to Estimate Total Biomass and Biomass Components in Subtropical Forests Remote Sensing 2014, 6(8), 7110-7135, doi: 10.3390/rs6087110

Liu, S., Innes, J.L., Wei, X. (2013). Shaping forest management to climate change Forest Ecology and Management 300, 1-3.

Chen, J., Chen, B., Black, T.A, Innes, J.L, Wang, G., Kiely, G., Hirano, T., Wohlfahrt, G. (2013). Comparison of terrestrial evapotranspiration estimates using the mass transfer and Penman-Monteith equations in land surface models Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 118:1-17, doi:10.1002/2013JG002446, 2013

Chen, J., Innes, J.L. (2013). The implications of new forest tenure reforms and forestry property markets for sustainable forest management and forest certification in China Elsevier Journal of Environmental Management 129 (2013): 206-215

Yan, J., Chen, B., Feng, M., Innes, J.L., Wang, G., Fang, S., Xu, G., Zhang, H., Fu., D., Wang, H., Yu, G., Xun, X. (2013). Research on Land Surface Thermal-Hydrologic Exchange in Southern China under Future Climateand Land Cover Scenarios Hindawi Publishing Corporation Advances in Meteorology 2013. 12 pp. http://dx.doi.org/10.155/2013/969145

Nitschke, C.R., Innes, J.L. (2013). Potential effect of climate change on observed fire regimes in the Cordilleran forests of South-Cnetral Interior, British Columbia Climate change, 116, 479-591

Waeber, P.O., Nitschke, C.R., Le Ferrec, A., Harshaw, H., Innes, J.L. (2013). Evaluating alternative forest management strategies for the Champagne and Aishihik Traditional Territory, southwest Yukon Elsevier Journal of Environmental Management 120 (2013): 148-156

Liu, S., Innes, J.L., Wei, X. (2013). Shaping forest mangement to climate change. (Editorial) Elsevier Forest Ecology and Management 300 (2013) 1-3

Innes, JL (2013). What will we use the forests for? Journal of Tropical Forest Science 25 (2), 151-153.

Hajjar, R., Kozak, R.A., El-Lakany, H., Innes, J.L. (2013). Community Forests for Forest Communities: Integrating Community-Defined Goals and Practices in the Design of Forestry Initiatives. Land Use Policy 34(2013):158-167.

Chavardes, R.D., Daniels, L.D., Waeber, P.O., Innes, J.L., Nitschke, C.R. (2013). Unstable climate-growth relations for white spruce in southwest Yukon, Canada Climatic Change 116: 593-611.

Wang, G., Innes, J.L., Zhang, X., Wang, J. (2013). Public awareness and perceptions of watershed management in the Min River area, Fujian, China Society and Natural Resources, DOI:10.1080/089412920.2012.718411

Wang, G., Innes, J.L., Wu, S.W., Krzyzanowski, J., Yin, Y., Dai, S., Zhang, X., Liu, S. (2012). National Park Development in China: Conservation or Commercialization? Ambio 2012, 41:247-261

Wang, G.Y., Innes, J.L., Yang, Y., Chen, S., Krzyzanowski, J., Xie, J., Lin, W. (2012). Extent of soil erosion and surface runoff associated with large-scale infrastructure development in Fujian Province, China Catena, 89(1), 22-30.

Chavardès, R.D., Daniels, L.D., Waeber, P.O., Innes, J.L., Nitschke, C.R. (2012). Did the 1976-77 switch in the Pacific Decadal Oscillation make white spruce in the southwest Yukon more susceptible to spruce bark beetle? The Forestry Chronicle 88: 513-518

Hajjar, R., Kozak, R.A., Innes, J.L. (2012). Is Decentralization Leading to “Real” Decision-Making Power for Forest-Dependent Communities? Case Studies from Mexico and Brazil. Ecology and Society 17(1):12.

Tikina, A., Kozak, R.A., Innes, J.L., Duinker, P., Larson, B. (2012). Forest Certification in Canada: Perceptions of Provincial and Territorial Government Employees. The Forestry Chronicle 88(1):40-48.

Strimbu, B.M., Innes, J.L. (2012). Framework for assessing the impact of human activities on the environment: the impact of forest harvesting and retroleum drilling on habitat of moose (Alces alces) and martin (Martens americana) -Biodiversity and Conservation, (2012)21:933-955 DOI 10.1007/s10531-012-0228-z

Chen, J., Innes, J.L., Kozak, R.A. (2011). An Exploratory Assessment of the Attitudes of Chinese Wood Products Manufacturers towards Forest Certification. Journal of Environmental Management 92(11):2984-2992.

Klenk N., B. Adams, G.Q. Bull, J. Innes, S. Cohen and B. Larson. (2011). Climate change adaptation and sustainable forest management: a proposed reflexive research agenda. Forestry Chronicle. 87(3):351-357.

Strimbu, B. and Innes, J.L. (2011). An analytical platform for cumulative impact assessment in northeastern British Columbia Journal of Environmental Management, in press.

Chen, J., A. Tikina, A, R.A. Kozak, J.L. Innes and B. Larson (2011). The Efficacy of Forest Certification: Perceptions of Canadian Forest Products Retailers. The Forestry Chronicle 87(5):636-643.

Hajjar, R., McGrath, D.G., Kozak, R.A., Innes, J.L. (2011). Framing Community Forestry Challenges with a Broader Lens: Case Studies from the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Environmental Management 92(2011):2159-2169.

Renaud, V., Innes, J.l., Dobbertin, M. and Rebetez, M. (2010). Comparison between open-site and below-canopy climatic conditions in Switzerland for different types of forests over 10 years (1998-2007) Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI 10.1007/s00704-010-0361-0

Innes, J.L. (2010). Madagascar rosewood, illegal logging and the tropical timber trade Madagascar Conservation and Development 5 (1), 6-10.

Timko, J.A., R.A. Kozak and J.L. Innes (2010). HIV/AIDS and Forests in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring the Links Between Morbidity, Mortality, and Dependence on Biodiversity. Biodiversity 11(1&2):45-48.

Krzyzanowski, J. and J.L. Innes (2010). Back to the basics – estimating the sensitivity of freshwater to acidification using traditional approaches. Journal of Environmental Management 91, 1227-1236.

Tikina, A.V., J.L. Innes, R.L. Trosper, and B.C. Larson (2010). Aboriginal people and forest certification: a review of the Canadian situation. Ecology and Society, vol 15 (3), article 33

Chen, J., Innes, J.L., Tikina, A. (2010). Private cost-benefits of voluntary forest product certification. International Forestry Review 12 (1), 1-12.

Strimbu, B.M., J.L. Innes, V.F. Strimbu (2010). A deterministic harvest scheduler using perfect bin-packing theorem. European Journal of Forest Research 129, 961-974.

nnes, J.L. (2009). Book Review: Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe 2007. State of Europe’s forests 2007. The MCPFE Report on Sustainable Forest Management in Europe. Forest Policy and Economics 11: 149-150.

Hajjar, R., J.L. Innes (2009). The evolution of the World Bank’s policy towards forestry: Push or pull? International Forestry Review 11, 27-37.

Innes, J.L. (2009). The promotion of ‘innovation’ in forestry: the role of government or others? Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 6(3): 201-215.

Strimbu, B., Hickey, G.M., Strimbu, V.G. and Innes, J.L. (2009). On the use of statistical tests with non-normally distributed data in landscape change detection Forest Science 55, 72-83.

Timko, J. and Innes, J.L. (2009). Evaluating the effectiveness of national parks: case studies from Canada and South AfricaBiological Conservation 142: 676-688.

Ogden, A.E. and Innes, J.L. (2009). Boreal forest renewal under climate change: an assessment of alternative adaptation strategiesEcology and Society, in press

Ogden, A.E. and Innes, J.L. (2009). Adapting to climate change in the boreal forest: locally identified research and monitoring needs to support decision-making on sustainable forest management Arctic 62 (2), 159-174.

Murray, S. and Innes, J.L. (2009). The effects of environment on fish assemblage structure in the MacKenzie River drainage basin in Northeast British Columbia Ecology of Freshwater Fish 18, 183-196.

Greskiw, G. and Innes, J.L. (2009). Respecting the oral and literate in co-management communication Forestry Chronicle 85, 719-724.

Innes, J.L., Joyce, L.A., Kellomaki, S., Louman, B., Ogden, A., Parrotta, J. and Thompson, I. (2009). Management for adaptation. IUFRO World Series, Volume 22. International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Vienna. pp. 135-169. In: Seppala, R. (ed.) Adaptation of Forests and People to Climate Change.

Innes, J.L. and 37 others (2009). Vital Forest Graphics – Stopping the Downswing? United Nations Environment Program, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and United Nations Forum on Forests

Nitschke, C.R. and Innes, J.L. (2009). Climate-smart management: A paradigm for integrating climatic change into forest management and planning. -Forest Ecology and Management, in press

Innes, J.L. (2008). Forest sciences in the world of tomorrow iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry 1, 140.

Ogden, A.E. and J.L. Innes (2008). Climate change adaptation and regional forest planning in southern Yukon, Canada. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 13, 833-861.

Wang, G.Y., Innes, J.L., Wu, S. and Dai, S.Y. (2008). Towards a new paradigm: development and implications of China’s forestry in the 21st century International Forestry Review 10: 619-631

Nitschke, C.R. and J.L. Innes (2008). A tree and climate assessment tool for modelling ecosystem response to climate changeEcological Modelling 210 (3), 263-277.

Wang, G.Y., Innes, J.L., Wu, S.W., Dai, S.Y. and Lei, J.F. (2008). The need to cut China’s illegal timber imports – Response Science 319, 1184-1185

Gough, A.D., J.L. Innes and S.D. Allen (2008). Development of common indicators of sustainable forest management. Ecological Indicators 8: 425-430.

Nitschke, C.R. and J.L. Innes (2008). Climate change and fire potential in south-central British Columbia, Canada Global Change Biology 14(4), 841-855.

Wang, G.-Y., J.L. Innes, S.-Y. Dai, and G.-H. He (2008). Achieving sustainable rural development in Southern China: the contribution of bamboo forestry. The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 15, 484-495.

Greskiw, G., and J.L. Innes (2008). Co-managing communication crises and opportunities between the Northern Secwepemc First Nations and the Province of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38, 1935-1946.

Tikina, A., and J.L. Innes (2008). A framework for assessing the effectiveness of forest certification. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38, 1357-1365.

Nitschke, C.R., and J.L. Innes (2008). Integrating climate change into forest management in south-central British Columbia: An assessment of landscape vulnerability and the development of a climate smart framework. Forest Ecology and Management 256(3), 313-327

Innes, J.L. (2008). Book Review: Carol J. Pierce Colfer (editor) 2008. Human health and forests. A global overview of issues, practice and policy. International Forestry Review 10: 700-701.

Innes, J.L. (2008). Book Review: Kangas, A., Kangas, J. and Kurttila, M. 2008. Decision support for forest management. International Forestry Review 10: 701-702.

Innes, J.L. (2008). Book Review: FAO 2007 The world’s mangroves 1980-2005. International Forestry Review 10: 703-704.

Hickey, G.M., J.L. Innes and R.A. Kozak (2007). Monitoring and Information Reporting for Sustainable Forest Management: A Regional Comparison of Stakeholder Perceptions. Journal of Environmental Management 84(4):572-585.

Hickey, G.M. and Innes, J.L. (2007). Indicators for demonstrating sustainable forest management in British Columbia, Canada: An international review. Ecological Indicators 8(2), 131-140.

Mathey, A.-H., E. Krcmar, J.L. Innes, I. Vertinsky (2007). Opportunities and costs of intensification and clustering of forest management activities. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38(4), 711-720.

Ogden, A.E. and J.L. Innes (2007). Incorporating climate change adaptation considerations into forest management planning in the boreal forest International Forestry Review 9(3), 713-733

Ogden, A.E. and J.L. Innes (2007). Perspectives of forest practitioners on climate change adaptation in the northern forest sector, Canada Forestry Chronicle 83(4), 557-569

Wang, G.Y., Innes, J.L., Lei, J.F., Dai, S.Y., Wu, S.W. (2007). China’s forestry reforms Science 318, 1556-1557

Mathey, A.-H., Krcmar, E., Tait, D., Vertinksy, I., Innes, J.L. (2007). Forest planning using coevolutionary cellular automata Forest Ecology and Management, 239 (2007) 45-56

Innes, J.L. and D.M. Ward (2007). Training at professional and technical levels. Commonwealth Forestry Association in Commonwealth Forestry Association (ed.), Commonwealth Forests. An overview of the Commonwealth’s forest resources. pp. 42-53.

Nitschke, C.R. and Innes, J.L. (2007). Impact of climate change on landscape level fire severity ratings in the North Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada US Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR In: Joyce, L., Haynes, R., and Barbour, J. (tech. coords.) Bringing climate change into natural resources management: proceedings, pp. 144-145.

Nitschke, C.R., G.M. Hickey, J.L. Innes (2007). Effectiveness monitoring of biodiversity in dynamic environments: Is it possible? In: Innes, J.L., Timko, J.A. (eds.) Monitoring the effectiveness of biological conservation: proceedings, pp. 33-45. Available at: http://www.forrex.org/events/mebc/papers.html

Innes, J.L., J.A. Timko (2007). Monitoring the effectiveness of biological conservation: proceedings Available at: http://www.forrex.org/events/mebc/papers.html

Innes, J.L. (2006). Forest management and indigenous peoples in western Canada CABI International, Wallingford. In: Vogt, K.A., Honea, J.M., Vogt, D.J., Edmonds, R.L., Patel-Weynand, T., Sigurdardottir, R. and Andreu, M.G. (eds.) Forests and society: Sustainability and life cycles of forests and human landscapes pp. 109-110.

Innes, J.L. (2006). Acid rain, air pollution and forest decline CABI International, Wallingford. In: Vogt, K.A., Honea, J.M., Vogt, D.J., Edmonds, R.L., Patel-Weynand, T., Sigurdardottir, R. and Andreu, M.G. (eds.) Forests and society: Sustainability and life cycles of forests and human landscapes. pp. 177-179.

Nitschke, C.R. and J.L. Innes (2006). Interactions between fire, climate change and forest biodiversity: a review. Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 1 (60), 1-9.

Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey (2006). The importance of climate change in considering the role of forests in the alleviation of poverty.International Forestry Review 8 (4), 406-416.

Morford, S., R.A. Kozak, M. Suvedi and J.L. Innes (2006). Factors Affecting Program Evaluation Behaviours of Natural Resource Extension Practitioners – Motivation and Capacity Building. Journal of Extension 44(3), Article No. 3FEA7.

Hickey, G.M., J.L. Innes, R.A. Kozak, G.Q. Bull and I. Vertinsky (2006). Monitoring and Information Reporting for Sustainable Forest Management: An Inter-Jurisdictional Comparison of Soft Law Standards. Forest Policy and Economics 9(4):297-315.

Hickey, G.M. and J.L. Innes (2006). Monitoring and information reporting through regulation: An inter-jurisdictional comparison of forestry-related hard laws Silva Fennica 40(2), 365-387

Krzyzanowski, J., I.G. McKendry, and J.L. Innes (2006). Evidence of elevated ozone concentrations in the Lower Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 173, 273-287

Sakals, M.E., J.L. Innes, D.J. Wilford, R.C. Sidle, and G.E. Grant (2006). The role of forests in reducing hydrogeomorphic hazardsForest, Snow and Landscape Research 80(1), 11-22

Wilford, D.J., Innes, J.L., Hogan, D.L. (2006). Protection Forests: Recognizing and maintaining the forest influence with regard to hydrogeomorphic processes Forest, Snow and Landscape Research 80(1), 7-10

Innes, J.L. (2005). Driving changes in the focus of natural resources research FORREX BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 6(2), 87-90

Angelstam, P., J.L. Innes, P. Niemela and J. Spence (2005). BorNet – a boreal network for sustainable forest management. Ecological Bulletins 51: 25-27

Angelstam, P., S. Boutin, F. Schmiegelow, M.-A. Villard, P. Drapeau, G. Host, J.L. Innes, G. Isachenko, M. Kuuluvainen, M. Moenkkoenen, P. Niemela, G. Niemi, J.-M. Roberge, J. Spence, and D. Stone (2005). Targets for boreal forest biodiversity conservation – a rationale for macroecological research and adaptive management Ecological Bulletins 51: 487-509

Whittaker, C., K. Squires, and J.L. Innes (2005). Biodiversity research in the boreal forests of Canada: protection, management and monitoring Ecological Bulletins 51: 59-76

Wilford, D., M.E. Sakals, and J.L. Innes (2005). Fans with forests: contemporary hydrogeomorphic processes on fans with forests in west central British Columbia, Canada. Geological Society of London, London. In: Harvey, A.M, A. Mather, and M. Stokes (eds.). Alluvial Fans. Geological Society of London Special Publications 251, 25–40.

Hickey, G.M., J.L. Innes, R.A. Kozak, G.Q. Bull and I. Vertinsky (2005). Monitoring and Information Reporting for Sustainable Forest Management: An International Multiple Case Study Analysis. Forest Ecology and Management 209(2005):237-259.

Hickey, G.M. and J.L Innes (2005). Monitoring sustainable forest management in different jurisdictions Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 108, 241-260.

Innes, J.L. (2005). Multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and training in forestry and forest research Forestry Chronicle 81 (3), 324-329.

Wang, G.Y. and J.L. Innes (2005). Watershed sustainability: Strategic and tactical level assessments in the Min River Watershed, China Environmental Informatics Archives 3, 76-83

Innes, J.L., and H.F. Hoen (2005). The changing context of forestry. CABI Publishing, Wallingford. In: Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and H.F. Hoen (eds.) Forestry and Environmental Change: Socioeconomic and political dimensions. pp. 1-14.

Innes, J.L. (2005). Long-term forst experiments: the need to convert data into knowledge USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station In: Peterson, C.E. and D.A. Maguire (eds.) Balancing ecosystem values: innovative experiments for sutainable forestry. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-635, pp. 25-31.

Innes, J.L. and H.F. Hoen (2005). The importance for forestry of changes in the socio-economic environment. CABI Publishing, Wallingford In: Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and H.F. Hoen (eds) Forestry and Environmental Change: Socioeconomic and Political Dimensions.

Nitschke, C.R. and J.L. Innes (2005). The application of forest zoning as alternative to multiple use forestry. CABI Publishing, Wallingford In: Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and H.F. Hoen (eds) Forestry and Environmental Change: Socioeconomic and Political Dimensions. pp. 97-124.

Innes, J.L. and Hickey, G.M. (2005). Certification of forest management and wood products CABI Publishing, Wallingford In: Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and H.F. Hoen (eds) Forestry and Environmental Change: Socioeconomic and Political Dimensions. pp. 143-168.

Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and H.F. Hoen (2005). Forestry and Environmental Change: socioeconomic and political dimensions CABI Publishing, Wallingford.

Wilford, D.J., M.E. Sakals, and J.L. Innes (2005). Forest management on fans: Hydrogeomorphic hazards and general prescriptions.BC Ministry of Forests, Victoria, BC BC Ministry of Forests, Land Management Handbook

Hickey, G.M., and Innes, J.L. (2005). Scientific Review and Gap Analysis of Sustainable Forest Management Criteria and Indicators Initiatives FORREX, Kamloops FORREX Series No. 17. 54 pp.

Innes, J.L. and A.H. Mathey (2005). Recent developments in silviculture. Canadian Silviculture, Spring 2005, pp. 23-26.

Wilford, D.J., M.E. Sakals, J.L. Innes, and D. Ripmeester (2004). Kitsequecla fan case study: specific risk analysis. In: VanDine, D., M. Wise, and G. Moore (eds.). Landslide hazard and risk case studies in forest planning and operations. Ministry of Forests, Victoria, BC. Land Management Handbook No. 56. pp. 83-89.

Innes, J.L., B. Wilson and G.M. Hickey (2004). Streamlining planning and reporting for sustainable forest management Natural Resources Canada, Victoria In: Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and B. Wilson (eds.) International perspectives on streamlining local-level information for sustainable forest management. A selection of papers from a conference held in Vancouver, Canada, August 28 and 29, 2000. pp. 104-109.

Innes, J.L. (2004). Challenges facing forestry educators in North America. Seoul National University, Seoul Proceedings of the International Symposium on Forest Research and Education for the 21st Century, pp. 136-150.

Innes, J.L., G.M. Hickey and B. Wilson (eds.) (2004). International perspectives on streamlining local-level information for sustainable forest management. A selection of papers from a conference held in Vancouver, Canada, August 28 and 29, 2000. Natural Resources Canada, Victoria Natural Resources Canada – Canadian Forest Service – Pacific Forestry Centre. Information Report BC-X-400. 109 pp.

Hickey, G, and J.L. Innes (2004). The Battle of Evermore? Global lessons from hard versus soft laws for monitoring forestry. XXI World Forestry Congress Proceedings 3, 283.

Peterson, D.L. J.L. Innes, and K. O”Brian (2004). Climate change, carbon and forestry in Northwestern North America: Proceedings of a workshop. November 14-15, 2001, Orcas Island, Washington United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Proceedings PNW-GTR-614. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon (USA).

Innes, J.L., and D.L. Peterson (2004). Proceedings introduction: Managing forests in a greenhouse world – context and challengesIn: Climate change, carbon and forestry in Northwestern North America: Proceedings of a workshop. November 14-15, 2001, Orcas Island, Washington. USDA Forest Service Proceedings PNW-GTR-614. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon (USA). Peterson, D.L., J.L. Innes, and K. O”Brian (editors). pp. 1-9.

Innes, J.L. (2004). Carbon cycle Elsevier Ltd. pp. 139-144. Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences. Edited by J. Evans and J. Burley

Wilford, D.J., M.E. Sakals, J.L. Innes, R.C. Sidle, and W.A. Bergerud (2004). Recognition of debris flow, debris flood and flood hazard through watershed morphometrics Landslides 1:61-66.

Er, K.B.H., J.L. Innes, and A. Kozak (2003). Effects of census duration on estimates of winter bird abundance and species richness along line transects in coastal coniferous forest fragments. Journal of Field Ornithology 74, 119-124

Work, T.T., J.R. Spence, W.J.A. Volney, L.E. Morgantini, and J.L. Innes (2003). Integrating biodiversity and forestry practices in western Canada Forestry Chronicle 79(5):906-916

Fontana, G., P. Cherubini, D. Rigling, M. Dobbertin, P. Brang, and J.L. Innes (2003). Ricostruzione della storia di un popolamento di pino montano (Pinus mugo Turra) nel Parco Nazionale Svizzero: gli anelli annuali testimoni di azioni di disturbo antropiche e naturali. Monti e Boschi 54:34-40

Er, K.B.H., and J.L. Innes (2003). The presence of old-growth characteristics as a criterion for identifying forests of high conservation value. International Forestry Review 5:1-8.

Wilford, D., M.E. Sakals, and J.L. Innes (2003). Forestry on fans: a problem analysis. Forestry Chronicle 79(2):291-296

Ferretti, M., J.L. Innes, R. Jalkanen, M. Saurer, J. Schäffer, H. Spiecker, and K. von Wilpert (2003). Air pollution and environmental chemistry – what role for tree-ring studies? Dendrochonologia 20, 159-174.

Cherubini, P., Gartner, B.L., Tognetti, R., Braeker, O.U., Schoch, W. and Innes, J.L. (2003). Identification, measurement and interpretation of tree rings in woody species from Mediterranean climates. Biological Review 78, 119-148.

Innes, J.L. (2003). The Global Forest Information System. FORREX – Forest Research and Extension Partnership, Kamloops In: Innes, T. (ed.) Proceedings of the Natural Resources Information Management Forum.

Whittaker, C., and J.L. Innes (2002). Workshop Proceedings. BorNet Canadian Regional Workshop, October 13-14, 2001, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. BorNet Canada, Vancouver.

Whittaker, C., and J.L. Innes (2002). Workshop Proceedings. BorNet Canadian Regional Workshop, November 17-18, 2001, Edmonton, Alberta. BorNet Canada, Vancouver.

Whittaker, C., and J.L. Innes (2002). Workshop Proceedings. BorNet Canadian Regional Workshop, November 23-24, 2001, Prince George, British Columbia. BorNet Canada, Vancouver.

Innes, J.L. (2002). Social science and research in forestry: Are we incorporating the human dimension? Forest Research and Extension Partnership, Kamloops pp. 4-8, in: Morford, S. and James, J. (eds.) Incorporating the Human Dimension: The role of social science in natural resource management in British Columbia. FORREX Series 5.

Innes, J.L., and J.M. Skelly (2002). Forest decline and air pollution: an assessment of ‘forest health’ in the forests of Europe, the Northeastern United States, and Southeastern Canada. John Wiley, London pp. 273-294, In: Air pollution and plant life. 2nd edition. Ed. Bell, J.N.B. and Treshow, M.

Cherubini, P., Fontana, G., Rigling, D., Dobbertin, M., Brnag, P., Innes, J.L. (2002). Tree-life history prior to death: two fungal root pathogens affect tree-growth differently. Journal of Ecology 90, 839-850.

Cherubini, P., Innes, J.L., Skelly, J.M., Hug, C., Schaub, M., and Kräuchi, N. (2002). La divulgazione dei risultati di dieci anni di ricerca sui danni da ozono troposferico nei boschi in Svizzera. Informatore Fitopatologico 52, March 2002, 48-51.

Innes, J.L., and B.H. Er (2002). Global forest regulation in the ten years after Rio. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17(9): 445.

Innes, J.L. and K.B.H. Er (2002). Questionable utility of the frontier forest concept. BioScience 52, 1095-1109

Wilford, D., M.E. Sakals, and J.L. Innes (2001). Forest management and restoration on fans. Watershed Restoration Technical Bulletin – Streamline 6(3):1-8.

Innes, J.L., J.M. Skelly, and M. Schaub (2001). Ozone and broad-leaved species. A guide to the identification of ozone-induced foliar injury. Haupt, Bern

Larsson, T.-B., P. Angelstam, G. Balent, A. Barbati, R,-J. Bijlsma, A. Boncina, R. Bradshaw, W. Bücking, O. Ciancio, P. Corona, J. Diaci, S. Dias, H. Ellenberg, F.M. Fernandes, F. Fernández-Gonzalez, R. Ferris, G. Frank, P. Friis Møller, P.S. Giller, L. Gustafsson, K. Halbritter, S. Hall, L. Hansson, J.L. Innes, H. Jactel, M. Kaennel et al. (2001). Biodiversity evaluation tools for European forests. Ecological Bulletins 50, 1-237.

Innes, J.L., and D.F. Karnosky (2001). Impacts of environmental stress on forest health: The need for more accurate indicators. CABI Publishing, Wallingford. Pp. 215-230 in R.J. Raison, A.G. Brown, and D.W. Flinn (eds.) Criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management.

Innes, J.L., G. Schneiter, P. Waldner, and O.-U. Bräker (2000). Latitudinal variations in tree growth in southern Chile. Red Latinoamericana de Botánica, Mendoza, Argentina. Pp. 177-192 in F. Roig, (ed.), South American Dendrochronology Handbook.

Innes, J.L., and G.Q. Bull (2000). Forestry management and production Nature Publishing Group Nature Encyclopedia of Life Sciences

Innes J.L., G.Q. Bull, and J. Williams (2000). A Review of Forest Tenure Policy, Legislation and Regulation in Selected International Jurisdictions. BC Ministry of Forest, Forest Practises Branch. Victoria. BC. 191pp.

Bull G. Q. and J.L. Innes (2000). A Review of Forest Practices Legislation, Regulation and Guidelines in Selected International Jurisdictions. BC Ministry of Forest, Forest Practices Branch. Victoria. BC. 178pp.

Cherubini, P., and J.L. Innes (2000). Switzerland: The Swiss long-term forest ecosystem research programme. Pp. 56-59 in J.R. Gosz, C. French, P. Sprott, and M. White (eds.), The International Long-Term Ecological Research Network 2000. US LTER Network Office, University of New Mexico.

Cozzi, A., M. Ferretti and J.L. Innes. (2000). Sintomi fogliari attribuibili ad ozono sulla vegetazione spontanea in Valtellina. Monti e Boschi 51(3/4):42-49.

Haron, A.H. and J.L. Innes. (2000). Conclusions. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, U.K. Pp. 241-244 in J.L. Innes and A.H. Haron (eds.), Air Pollution and the Forests of Developing and Rapidly Industrializing Regions. Report No. 4 of the IUFRO Task Force on Environmental Change. 262 pp.

Innes, J.L. (2000). It’s time to look at forestry developments beyond Canada. Logging and Sawmilling Journal, p. 105.

Innes, J.L. (2000). Forest condition and damage to forests and other wooded land. United Nations, New York. Pp. 297-336 in Temperate and Boreal Forest Resource Assessment.

Innes, J.L. (2000). Forest decline, air pollution and other anthropogenic and natural factors. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, U.K. Pp. 76-81 in M. Price (ed.), Forests in Sustainable Mountain Development: A State-of-Knowledge Report for 2000.

Innes, J.L. (2000). Task force on environmental change. Status Report. IUFRO News 29(4):9.

Innes, J.L. (2000). The importance of woodfuels as a source of pollution in developing and rapidly industrializing countries. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, U.K. Pp. 189-198 in J.L. Innes and A.H. Haron (eds.), Air Pollution and the Forests of Developming and Rapidly Industrializing Regions. Report No. 4 of the IUFRO Task Force on Environmental Change. 262 pp.

Innes, J.L., M. Beniston and M. Verstraete (2000). Effects of Biomass Burning on Climate. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht. 358 pp.

Innes, J.L. and A.H. Haron (2000). Air Pollution and the Forests of Developing and Rapidly Industrializing Regions. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, U.K. 262 pp. Report No. 4 of the IUFRO Task Force on Environmental Change.

Innes, J.L. and A.H. Haron. (2000). Air pollution and forestry in rapidly industrializing countries: An introduction. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, U.K. Pp. 1-14 in J.L. Innes and A.H. Haron (eds.), Air Pollution and the Forests of Developming and Rapidly Industrializing Regions. Report No. 4 of the IUFRO Task Force on Environmental Change. 262 pp.

Innes, J.L. and J. Oleksyn (2000). Forest Dynamics in Heavily Polluted Regions. CABI Publishing, Oxford. 248 pp.

Innes, J.L., and M.N. Salleh. (2000). Forests and Society. Alfred Toepfer Akademie fuer Naturschutz, Germany. NIA Reports, Vol. 12, Special Issue 5, (Proceedings of the Welt Foum Wald ‘Forests and Society’, 26-28 November 1999), pp. 3-7.

Tognetti, R., P. Cherubini and J.L. Innes. (2000). Comparative stem-growth rates of Mediterranean trees under background and naturally enhanced ambient CO2 concentrations. New Phytologist 146:59-74.

Mattysek, R. and J.L. Innes. (1999). Ozone – a risk factor for trees and forests in Europe? Water, Air and Soil Pollution 116:199-226.

Skelly, J.M., J.L. Innes and M.J. Sanz. (1999). Observation and confirmation of ozone symptoms of native plant species of Switzerland and southern Spain. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 116:227-234.