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P. MARK S. ASHTON is Associate Professor of Silviculture in the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies where he has been since receiving his doctorate there in 1991. He also has a M.F. degree from Yale and a B.S. (high honors) from the University of Maine (Orono) College of Forest Resources. His current research is in tree seedling physiological ecology, adaptation of leaves to their environment, disturbance and landscape level dynamics of forests, plantation analogs of mixed-species stands, restoration of degraded forest lands, and silviculture of non-timber forest crops. He has served as manager of the Yale-Myers Forest in Connecticut, and worked as a full-time forestry and natural resources consultant. He has extensive overseas experience, particularly in South and Southeast Asia, and works with Mistik Management in Saskatchewan. In addition to English, he speaks French and Sinhala, and some Malay.
Ashton, M.S., and G.P. Berlyn. 1992. Leaf adaptations of some Shorea species to sun and shade. New Phytologist 121: 587-596.
Ashton, M.S., and G.P. Berlyn. 1994. A comparison of leaf physiology and anatomy of Quercus (section Erythrobalanus) species in different light environments. American Jouranl of Botany 81: 589-597.
Ashton, M.S., and M.A. Toman. 1996. Sustainable forest ecosystems and management: A review. Forest Science 42: 366-377.
Smith, D.M., Larson, B.C., Kelty, M.J., and M.S. Ashton. 1997. The practice of silviculture: Applied forest ecology. 9th edition, J. Wiley and Sons, NY. 537 p.
Ashton, M.S., and F. Montagnini (eds.) 1999. The silvicultural basis for agroforestry systems. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 278
Ashton, M.S., and C.M. Peters. 1999. Even-aged silviculture in tropical rain forests of Asia. Journal of Forestry 97: 14-19.
Ashton, M.S., Yoon, K., Thadani, R. & G.P. Berlyn. 1999. Development of seedling leaf structure in relation to light environment of New England maples (Acer). Forest Science 45: 1-8.
Flores, C., and M.S. Ashton. 2000. Harvesting impact and economic value of Geonoma deversa (Poiteau) Kunth., an understory palm used for roof thatching in the Peruvian Amazon. Economic Botany 54: 267-277.
Ashton, M.S., Gunatilleke, C.V.S., Singhakumara, B.M.P., & I.A.U.N. Gunatilleke. 2001. Restoration pathways for rain forests: A review of concepts and models. Forest Ecology and Management 154: 409-430.
Ashton, M.S. 2003. Regeneration methods for dipterocarp forests of wet tropical Asia. Forestry Chronicle 79: 263-267.
Hall, J.S., V. Medjibe, and M.S. Ashton. 2003. The effects of selective logging on forest structure and tree species composition in a Central African forest: implications for management of conservation areas. Forest Ecology and Management 183: 249-264.
Ashton, M.S., Gamage, H.K., and B.M.P. Singhakumara. 2003. Leaf structure of Syzygium spp. (Myrtaceae) in relation to site affinity within a tropical rain forest. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 141: 365-377
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