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Journal Publications

Puric-Mladenovic, D., J. Gleeson and G. Nielsen. 2016. Estimating carbon storage in southern Ontario forests at regional and stand levels. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Science and Research Branch, Peterborough, ON. Climate Change Research Note CCRN-12.

Martin, A.R, Davies, E.W., Puric-Mladenovic, D. and Smith, S.M. (2014). Is evidence-based conservation applied in urban forestry?  A case study from Toronto, Canada. Open Journal of Forestry, 4(1): 28-33.

Puric-Mladenovic, D. and Strobl. S. 2012. Designing natural heritage systems in southern Ontario using a systematic conservation planning approach. The Forestry Chronicle, 88(6): 722-735.

Day, A.N. and Puric-Mladenovic, D. 2012. Forest inventory and monitoring information to support diverse management needs in the Lake Simcoe watershed. The Forestry Chronicle, 88(2): 140-146.

Puric-Mladenovic, D., Malcolm, J., She, H., Strobl, S. and Buck, J. 2011. An analysis of the vulnerabilities of Terrestrial Ecosystems/Vegetation Cover to climate change in the Lake Simcoe watershed. 22 pp + Appendices. Part of the climate change strategy for the Lake Simcoe watershed (Policy 7.11 of the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan). Paper also available through The Climate Change Adaptation Community of Practice (CCACoP)
 
Puric-Mladenovic, D. Strobl. S. 2006. Delineating conservation areas on the Oak Ridges Moraine using a systematic conservation planning approach. The Forestry Chronicle, 82(3) 395-402.

Malcolm, J. R., D. Puric-Mladenovic, and H. Shi.  2005.  Implications of climate change on disturbance regimes, carbon stocks, management and biodiversity of Canada’s boreal forests.  Pp. 100-109 In: Implications of a 2°C global temperature rise for Canada’s natural resources (T. Tin, ed.). WWF-World Wide Fund For Nature, Gland, Switzerland.

Malcolm, J.R., H. Shi and D. Puric-Mladenovic. 2005b. Implications of climate change on disturbance regimes, carbon stocks, management and biodiversity of Canada’s boreal forests. Pages 100–109 in Malcolm, J.R. Editor. Implications of a 2°C global temperature rise for Canada’s natural resources. Report to World Wildlife Fund, 30 November 2005, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.
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Malcolm, J.R., D. Puric-Mladenovic and H. Shi. 2005a. Projected tree distributions, tree migration rates, and forest types in Ontario under a 2°C global temperature rise. Pages 51–99 in: Malcolm, J.R. Editor. Implications of a 2°C global temperature rise for Canada’s natural resources. Report to World Wildlife Fund, 30 November 2005, Toronto, Ontario.

Puric-Mladenovic, D., Kenney, W.A. and Csillag, F.   2000.  Land development pressure on peri-urban forests: A case study in the Regional Municipality of York. The Forestry Chronicle 76(2):247-250.
Kenney, W.A., Puric-Mladenovic, D. and Vanstone, B.  1999.  Crown volume estimation for open-growth urban trees. Ontario Arborist. 27(5):8-9.

Puric-Mladenovic, D. and Kenney, W.A.  1996.  Potential natural vegetation as a guideline for urban forest planning.  pp. 320-326 In P. Jonker, J. Vandall, L.Baschak and d. Gauthier.  Proceedings of the conference “Caring for Home - Protected Areas and Landscape Ecology, September 29- October 1, 1996.  Regina, Saskatchewan. 360 pp.

Gajic, M., Vilotic, D. and  Puric, D.  1995.  Varieties of Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) distribution in Serbia based on needle structure.  Sumarstvo. 3:19-22.

Gajic, M., Puric-Mladenovic, D. and Vilotic, D.  1994.  Determination of the origin of Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) used in  afforestation based on anatomical structure of needles.  p. 283-288 In P. Marinkovic, S. Vicicevic, B. Stojkov and  M. Vujic, eds.  Proceedings of the National Conference  "The Deliblato Sand - Proceedings VI" , 28-30 October 1993, Deliblato Sand.  Serbia Forest, Belgrade.  288 pp.

Gajic, M., Puric-Mladenovic, D. and Vilotic, D.  1993.  The possibility of determining the origin of Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra Arn.), brought to the Deliblato Sand desert based on the anatomic structure of  needles.  The paper presented at the III Symposium " Deliblatska pescara za 21 vek", October, Deliblatska Pescara-Cardak, Yugoslavia.

Gajic, M., Vilotic, D. and Puric, D.   1993.  Addition to the range of Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra Arn.)  in Serbia based on the anatomic structure of needles.  Paper presented at the III symposium "Flora of Southeastern Serbia" . 3-6 June, 1993. Pirot, Yugoslavia.

Puric, D.  1992.  Bibliography of scientific and professional papers in the fields of dendrology and phytocenology in the period 1949-1990.  Faculty of Forestry Bulletin, University of Belgrade. Belgrade. No. 74:583-588.
Gajic, M. and Puric, D.  1991.  Relation of species from the genus Acer L. of Flora of Serbia and of Flora Europeaa.  p. 413-416 in  M. Gajic,  ed. Proceedings of the Symposium "Nedeljko Kosanin and botanical sciences", Belgrade-Ivanjica. Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Belgrade, University of Belgrade: Botanical Institute and Botanical Garden and Ivanjica Forestry. Belgrade-Ivanjica.  416 p.

Gajic, M. and Puric, D.  1991.  Origin of Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) planted in green areas of the City of Kraljevo.  p. 409-411 in  M. Gajic,  ed. Proceedings of the Symposium "Nedeljko Kosanin and botanical sciences", Belgrad-Ivanjica.  Serbian Academy of Science and Arts-Belgrade, University of Belgrade: Botanical Institute and Botanical Garden and Ivanjica Forestry. Belgrade-Ivanjica.  416 p.

Gajic, M., Obratov, D. and Puric, D.  1991.  A contribution to the study of Kopaonik Mountain  flora. University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry Bulletin, University of Belgrade. Belgrade. No. 73:647-656.


Theses

Puric-Mladenovic, D. 2003. Predictive vegetation modeling for forest conservation and management in settled landscapes. Ph.D. Thesis. Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, 281 pp. + 112.

Puric, D. 1992.  Dendroflora of the urban ecosystems of the West Morava Region.  Master's thesis.  Faculty of Forestry. University of Belgrade. Belgrade. 201 pp. + map.

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