Head of Department, Forest Resources Management
Forest Sciences Centre 2045
2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
work phone: 6048221553

Gary has spent most of his early career working in a consultative capacity with forest products companies, resource based communities, various government agencies and environmental non-governmental organizations. Internationally, he has worked with organizations such as the Climate and Land Use Alliance, the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis in Vienna, the International Institute for Environment and Development in London, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome, the Sustainable Biomass Partnership, and the US Council on Foreign Relations in Washington. He has supervised research projects with CIFOR, World Bank, Shell Canada,Wildlife Conservation Society, WWF, Iisaak Forest Resources Ltd., Forest Trends and FAO.

Gary has a background in commerce as well as three degrees in Forestry, specializing in economics and policy. He has an interest in global forestry policy issues and has, or is, currently studying forest and timber markets in Asia and ecosystem services markets in Afghanistan, Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Mozambique, Nicaragua and Uganda.  In Canada he has focused his efforts on working on sustainable business development with First Nations communities.  He is an advocate for interdisciplinary research.

Research Areas

Economics of ecosystem services
International trade in forest products
Modelling the impacts of biotechnology
Sustainability in fibre supply chains

Unit Associations

Aboriginal Natural Resources Centre

Professional Affiliations

Centre for International Forestry Research
International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis
Poverty Environment Network
Rights and Resources Initative
Tree Canada
Worldwide Fund for Nature
Global Centre for Indigenous Leadership


Dené ilhuna hooz leh award , 2013

Current Graduate Students

Kahlil Baker, BA.Msc
Modelling volume and value of small scale plantations in Nicaragua
Devyani Singh, MBA.MSc
Carbon benefit of clean cookstove technologies: India and Honduras.
Kyle Lochhead, MSc
Modelling the economic impacts of Canadian adoption of genomics

Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants

Saeed Ghaffhazi

Current Courses

Winter 2017
No FRST course(s) were found for W2017 term.Winter 2017

FRST304 The Science Underlying Forestry Issues Sections

Examination of current forestry issues with specific reference to their scientific basis. Not available for credit to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Forestry.

Winter 2017

FRST424 Sustainable Forest Management Sections

Integration of biophysical and socio-economic components of forest management.

Winter 2017

FRST529 Ecological Economics Sections

Emphasis on forested ecosystems.

Winter 2017

FRST558 Landscape-Level Forest Land Management Sections

Preparation of landscape-level sustainable forest management plans that integrate ecological, social, and economic components.

Winter 2017

FRST318 Forest and Conservation Economics Sections

Practical problem solving of economic issues related to forestry and conservation, touching on investment analysis, capital budgeting, non-timber economics, ecosystem services, and forest certification. Completion of FRST 232 or intermediate knowledge of MS Excel essential.

Winter 2017

FRST497 Graduating Essay or Technical Report Sections

A technical description of a study or a detailed literature review of at least 4,000 words, developed under the guidance of a Faculty member. Available only to students in their graduating year.

Winter 2017

FRST537C Topics in Forest Management - TPCS FRST MGMT Sections

Winter 2017

FRST534 Natural Resources Economics Sections

Selected Publications

Ghafghazi S., K. Lochhead, A. Mathey, N. Forsell, S. Leduc, W. Mabee, G.Q. Bull (2017). Estimating mill residue surplus in Canada: A spatial forest fibre cascade modelling approach Forest Products Journal. 67 (3-4): 205-218. (https://doi.org/10.13073/FPJ-D-16-00031.)
Baker K., G.Q.Bull, K. Baylis, R. Barichello (2017). Towards a theoretical construct for modelling smallholders’ forestland-use decisions: what can we learn from agriculture and forest economics? Forests 8(9):345. DOI:10.3390/f8090345
Man C.D., K.C. Lyons, K.C., J.D. Nelson, J.D., and G.Q. Bull (2016). Cost to produce carbon credits through fluctuating harvest levels in British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 46(11):1302-1309.
Jaung, W., G.Q. Bull, L. Putzel, R. Kozak, & C. Elliott. (2016). Bundling forest ecosystem services for FSC certification: An analysis of stakeholder adaptability. International Forestry Review. AuguST 18(4):1-14
Jaung, W., L. Putzel, G.Q. Bull, R. Kozak (2016). Certification of forest watershed services: A Q methodology analysis of opportunities and challenges in Lombok, Indonesia. Ecosystem Services 22:51-59.
Nilhausen, C. N. Gelinas & G. Q.Bull (2016). Perceived acceptability of implementing marker-assisted selection in the forests of British Columbia. Forests. November.
Gong Y., K. Baylis , J. Xu, R. Kozak and G. Q. Bull. (2016). Farmers risk preferences and pesticide use decision: Evidence from field experiments in China Agricultural Economics 47:1-11
Stephen J.D., W. E. Mabee, A. Pribowo, S. Pledger, R. Hart, S. Tallio, and G. Q. Bull (2016). Biomass for residential and commercial heating in a remote canadian aboriginal community Renewable Energy 86:563-575 DOI: 10.1016/j.renene.2015.08.048
Jaung, W., L. Putzel, G.Q.Bull, R. Kozak, C. Elliot (2016). Forest Stewardship Council certification for forest ecosystem services: An analysis of key stakeholder adaptive capacity Forest Policy and Economics 70:91-98. DOI: 10.1016/j.forpol.2016.06.004
Lochhead K., S. Ghafghazi, P. Havlik, N. Forsell, M. Obersteiner, G.Q. Bull, and W. Mabee. (2016). Price trends and volatility scenarios for designing forest sector transformation Energy Economics 57:184-191 DOI: ENEECO-D-13-00353R1
Porth I, Bull GQ, Cool J, Gelinas N, Griess VC (2016). An economic assessment of genomics research and development initiative projects in forestry CAB Reviews (CABI, Wallingford, UK): Perspectives in agriculture, veterinary science, nutrition and natural resources. 11(16):1-10
Porth I., G.Q. Bull, S. Ahmed, Y. El-Kassaby and M. Boyland (2015). Forest genomics research and development in Canada: Priorities for developing an economic framework. Forestry Chronicle 91(1):1-13
Man C.D., Lyons, K.C., Nelson, J.D., and Bull, G.Q. (2015). Cost to produce carbon credits by reducing the harvest level in British Columbia, Canada Forest Policy and Economics. February:9-17 doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2014.12.002
Wahl A., and G.Q.Bull. (2014). Private regulations for sustainability. Mapping research topics and theories in private regulation for sustainability in global value chain Journal of Business Ethics.124(4):585-608
Hegde R., G.Q.Bull, R. Kozak, S.Wunder. (2014). Household participation in a payments-for-environmental services program: A carbon sequestration project in Mozambique Environment and Development Sept. 2014:1-19. DOI:10.1017/S1355770X14000631
Bull. G.Q., C. Elliot, A. Boedhihartono and J. Sayer. (2014). Failures in tropical forest and conservation policy: What’s the solution? Journal of Tropical Forest Science 26(1):1-4
Gong Y., R. Hegde and G.Q. Bull (2014). Payments for ecosystem services: lessons from developing countries. Earthscan/Routledge. Abingdon, UK. Chapter 16. In: S. Kant and J. Alavalapati ed. Handbook in Forest Economics.
Bull G. Q., S. Pledger, M. Splittberber, J. Stephen, A. Probowo, K. Baker, D. Singh, D. Pootlass and N. McLeod. (2014). Culturally driven forest management, utilization and values: A Nuxalk First Nations case study. Forestry Chronicle 90 (5): 51-58.
Nilausen C., N. Gelinas and G.Q. Bull (2014). Proposed research on social perception of marker-assisted selection and its role in the forests of British Columbia. Forestry Chronicle. 90(5): 38-41.
Pledger S., S. Ghafghazi, G.Q. Bull and W. Mabee (2014). Analyzing forest biomass supply chains using agent based simulation modeling. NSERC Value Chain Optimization Group Newsletter. Issue 17. Executive Summary. http://www.reseauvco.ca/fileadmin/vco/documents/Executives_Summary/VCO_Executive_Summary_PLEDGER_VF.pdf
Bull G. Q. and C. Nilausen. (2014). Aboriginal forestry and related programs in Canada: Background report. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia
Ahmed, S. S., V. LeMay and G. Q. Bull, A. Yanchuk, A. Robinson and P. Marshall. (2014). Systematic review of impacts of white spruce tree improvement programs in the boreal forest of Canada: a meta analytical approach IUFRO 2014 Congress. Salt Lake City, Utah,USA. October,
Baker K., G.Q.Bull and V.M. LeMay. (2013). The use of fuelwood market segementation and product differentiation to assess opportunities and value: A Nicaraguan case study Energy for Sustainable Development.
Man C., K. Lyons, J. Nelson and G.Q. Bull (2013). Potential of alternate forest management practices to sequester and store carbon in two forest estates in British Columbia, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management. 305(10): 239–247
Bull, J.G., G. Kissack, C. Elliott, R.A. Kozak and G.Q. Bull (2012). Carbon’s Potential to Reshape Supply Chains in Paper and Print. Journal of Forest Products Business Research 8, Article No. 2.
Northway S., G.Q.Bull and J. Nelson (2012). Forest sector partial equilibrium models: Processing components Forest Science Vol. 59, No. 2, April 1, 2013 .p.151-156
Gong Y., J. Huang, J. Wu and G.Q. Bull. (2012). Biodiversity conservation impact on local livelihood and off-site residents’ willingness to pay: A case study in China. Sixth International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE 2012). Engineering Village. Accepted In press.
Klenk N., W. Mabee, Y. Gong and G.Q. Bull. (2012). Forestry and Deforestation. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group. London. UK. 16p. http://www.els.net/ Article 23415. DOI 10.1002/9780470015902.a0003293.pub2.
Hedge R and G.Q. Bull (2011). Socio-economics of Miombo woodland resource use: A household level study in Mozambique In: Dewees, ed. Managing the Miombo woodlands of southern Africa: Policies, incentives and options for the rural poor. Washington, D.C. World Bank, Technical Annex 2. Available at: http://www.profor.info/profor/knowledge/policies-and-incentives-managing-miombo-woodlands-southern-africa.
Palma C., G.Q. Bull, A. Goodison, S. Northway. (2011). Scenario analysis: The traditional and emerging forest products industry. Biopathways Project II. Forest Products Association of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
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.
Greig M. and G.Q. Bull. (2011). Carbon management in BC’s forests: An Update on opportunities and challenges. BC Forest Research Extension Partnership. Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. BC Journal of Forest Ecosystems and Management 12(3):35-54
Northway S. and G.Q. Bull. (2011). Are a country’s corruption and development related? : A longitudinal cross-lagged structural equation model analysis Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics. 11(2):63-74
Hegde R. and G.Q.Bull (2011). Performance of an agro-forestry based payments for ecosystem services project in Mozambique:A household level analysis. Ecological Economics, August, 2011. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2011.08.014
Yu H., G.Q. Bull, S. Northway and K.Canby (2010). Global initiatives to combat illegal logging and associated trade: forecasting impacts on Asia. FLEGT Asia Regional Programme. European Forestry Institute. July 2010. 35p.
Zhan L., A. Wahl, G.Q. Bull and C.H. Zhang. (2010). Bioenergy power generation in Inner Mongolia, China: Supply logistics and feedstock cost International Forestry Review 12(4)396-906.
Bull J.G. and G.Q.Bull. (2010). Environmental implications of media: Literature review and analysis. American Forest and Paper Association and Forest Products Association of Canada. June 40p.
Sayer J., G.Q. Bull and C. Elliot. (2010). Mediating forest transitions: grand design or muddling through? Current Conservation 3(4):4-5.
Vidal, N.G., G.Q. Bull and R.A. Kozak (2010). Diffusion of Corporate Responsibility Practices to Companies: The Experience of the Forest Sector. Journal of Business Ethics 94(4):553-567.
Schwab O., T. Maness, G.Q. Bull, C. Welham, B. Seely, and J. Blanco. (2010). Modeling the timber supply impact of introducing weevil-resistant spruce in British Columbia. Forest Policy and Economics 13(2011):61-68
Gong Y., G.Q. Bull and K.Baylis. (2010). Participation in the world’s first clean development mechanism forest project: The role of property rights, social capital and contractual rules. Ecological Economics 69 :1292–1302
Han K. and G.Q.Bull (2009). Conserving forests in Nuristan: Understanding the local people’s economy and their attitudes to conservation Research report. Forest Resources Management, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 106p.
Tikina, A., R.A. Kozak, G.Q. Bull and B. Larson (2009). Perceptions of Change in the U.S. Pacific Northwest Forest Practices On Certified and Noncertified Holdings. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 24(4):187-192.
Schwab, O. T.C Maness, G. Q. Bull, and D. Roberts. (2009). Modelling the effect of changing market conditions on mountain pine beetle salvage harvesting and structural changes in the British Columbia forest products industry. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39:1806-1820.
Northway S., G.Q. Bull, A. Shvidenko, L. Bailey (2009). Recent developments in forest products trade between Russia and China: Potential production, processing, consumption and trade scenarios. Synthesis Report. In. Forest governance, markets and trade: Implications for sustainability and livelihoods. 15p. Forest Trends, Washington, D.C.
Northway S. and G. Q. Bull (2009). Policy solutions to illegal logging: a forest sector model analysis. In. Leslie R. N (ed.). The Future of Forests in Asia and the Pacific: Outlook for 2020. 16-18 October 2007., Chiang Mai, Thailand. RAP Publication 2009/03. Asia Pacific Forestry Commission. FAO Bangkok. 393-405.
Klenk N. G.Q.Bull and J. MacLellan (2009). The “emulation of natural disturbance” (END) management approach in Canadian forestry: A critical evaluation. Forestry Chronicle. 85(3):440-445
Northway S., G.Q. Bull, A. Shvidenko, L. Bailey. (2009). Recent developments in forest products trade between Russia and China: Potential production, processing, consumption and trade scenarios. Synthesis Report. In. Forest governance, markets and trade: Implications for sustainability and livelihoods. Forest Trends, Washington, D.C. 15p
Klenk N., G. Q. Bull and D. Cohen (2008). What is the END (Emulation of Natural Disturbance) in forest ecosystem management? An open question. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38:2159-2168
Greig M. and G.Q. Bull (2008). Carbon management in BC’s forests: Opportunities and challenges. BC Forest Research Extension Partnership. Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. 44p.
Sayer J. , G.Q. Bull and C. Elliot (2008). Forest transition scenarios –grand design or “Muddling through” Conservation and Society. 6(4):320-327.
Hegde R. and G.Q.Bull. (2008). Wellbeing, social capital and household participation in payments for ecosystem services program: A household level study from central Mozambique. In. Biennal conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics. 7-11 August 2008. Nairobi, Kenya. 14p.
Bull G. Q. (2008). Global carbon markets and the forest sector Silviculture Magazine (May) 6-10p.
Bull G. Q. (2008). The role of trees in future civilization: lessons from the past and present. Forests and Culture. 17(4):32-37. Seoul, Korea.
Bull G.Q., R. Hegde, Y. Gong and K. Han. (2008). Impacts of carbon markets on local livelihoods in developing countries: a study of China, Mozambique and Afghanistan. In.  International Conference on Rights, Forests and Climate Change, Oslo, Norway.Oct 13-15, 2008.
Bull G.Q. (2008). Forest carbon institutions, markets, management and models. In. K. Tak (ed.). International Workshop on Building Institutional Framework on Forest Sector National Carbon Accounting, June 4-6, 2008 . Institute for Forest Science, Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea. 39-70p
Seely B., C. Welham, J. Blanco, O. Schwab and G.Q. Bull. (2008). Assessment of the impacts of climate change and improved weevil resistance in spruce on volume production: Forest management unit scenario analyses. Department of Forest Sciences and Department of Forest Resource Management. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC. 45p.
Hegde R. and G.Q.Bull (2008). Economic shocks and Miombo woodland resource use: a household level study in Mozambique. In: Dewees, ed. Managing the Miombo woodlands of Southern Africa. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Technical Annex 4.
Hegde R. and G.Q. Bull. (2007). Economic shocks and Miombo woodland resource use: A household level study in Mozambique. Center for International Forest Research, Bogor, Indonesia 23pp.
Bull G. Q. (2007). Global forest products industry scenarios Forest Products Association of Canada, Montreal, Canada 4p.
Van Damme L., P. Duinker, J. Naysmith, G.Q. Bull, P. Smith, S. Teitelbaum, E. Forget. 2007. (2007). National forest strategy (2003-2008): Evaluation – Final Report. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Ottawa. ON. 171pp.
Jayasinghe, P., S.D. Allen, G.Q. Bull and R.A. Kozak (2007). The Status of Forest Certification in the Canadian Value-Added Wood Products Manufacturing Sector. The Forestry Chronicle 83(1):113-125.
Bull G.Q., O.Schwab and P. Jayasinghe (2007). Economic indicators and their use in sustainable forest management. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 8(1): 16-32
Bull. G. Q., G. Johnsen and T. Makinen (2007). The potential for forest carbon sequestration in Bulson Creek (Clayoquot Sound), British Columbia. Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Central Region Management Board and Shell Canada. Technical Report 007-1. Department of Forest Resource Management, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 15pp.
Bull G.Q., D. Cohen and J. Williams. (2007). Funding agencies: Strategies in forest and wild land management. Part 1: US and Canadian Foundations. Forest Innovation Investment and Canadian Forest Service. Victoria and Ottawa, Canada. 54 pp.
Northway S. and G.Q. Bull (2007). International forest and forest products trade model: Scenarios for China, Eastern Russia and Indonesia’s forest supply, forest products processing, consumption and trade. Canadian Forest Service. Ottawa, Canada. 44pp.
Northway S. and G.Q. Bull. (2007). Forest products trade between, Russia and China: Potential production, processing, consumption and trade scenarios. Synthesis. Forest Trends. Washington. DC. 17pp.
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.
Klenk N., G. Q. Bull and R.A. Kozak (2006). Dwelling in Dialogues: Being-at-Home in Relation to Clutter, Nature, and People. Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion 10(3):404-429.
Katsigris E., G.Q. Bull, A. White, C. Barr, K. Barney, Y. Bun, S.Y. Chrystanto, F. Kahrl, T. King, A. Lankin, A. Lebedev, P. Shearman, A. Sheingauz, Y. Su, and H. Weyerhauser. (2006). The Chinese forest products trade: Overview of Asia Pacific supplying countries, impacts and implications. Spatial Economics 2(6): 91-119 [Russian reprint].
Bull G.Q. (2006). The role of emerging countries in the paper and forest products world markets: China. FAO. Advisory Committee on Paper and Wood Products. 47th Session. Rome, Italy, 6th June 2006. Item 4 – Role of Emerging Countries. Available at: http://www.fao.org/forestry/webview/media?mediaId=10759&langId=1. 5pp
White A., G.Q. Bull and S. Maginnis (2006). Subsidies for industrial plantations: turning controversy into opportunity Aborvitae 31(Sept):15.
Northway S. and G. Q. Bull (2006). International forest and forest products trade model: Scenarios for China and Indonesia’s forest supply, forest products processing, consumption and trade. CIFOR report. Bogor, Indonesia. 31pp.
White A., X. Sun, K. Canby, J. Xu, C. Barr. E. Katsigris, G. Q. Bull, C. Cossalter and S. Nilsson (2006). China and the global market for forest products: transforming trade to benefit forests and livelihoods. Forest Trends, Washington, D.C. 31pp.
Bull G.Q. and J. Williams (2006). The BC forest products sector in a globally competitive market: Developing a strategic response. BC Forum on Economics and Policy. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 85pp.
ArborVitae Environmental Services Ltd. and G. Q. Bull. (2006). Overview of the Forest Sector, Opportunities, and Aboriginal Forestry in the Yukon Territory. Canadian Forest Service. Ottawa ON. Canada. 91 pp.
Thony, P., W. Mabee, R.A. Kozak and G.Q. Bull (2006). A Characterization of the British Columbia Log Home and Timber Frame Manufacturing Sector. The Forestry Chronicle 82(1):77-83.
Bull G.Q., M. Bazett, O. Schwab, S. Nilsson, A. White and S. Maginnis. (2006). Industrial forest plantations subsidies: impacts and implications Forest Policy and Economics 9:13-31.
Schwab, O., G. Bull, and T. Maness (2005). A mill-specific timber demand equation for southern and central Finland. Journal of Forest Economics 11(2): 95-106.
Suratman, N.M., V.M, LeMay, G.Q. Bull, D.G. Leckie, N. Walsworth and P.L. Marshall. (2005). Logistic regression modeling of thematic mapper data for rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) area mapping Science Letters 2(1):79-84.
Bull G.Q. and O. Schwab (2005). Communities and forestry in Canada: A review and analysis of Model Forest and Community Forest programs in Canada Corvallis: Oregon State University Press Chapter 11(176-193). In. R. Lee. and D. Field (eds.) Community and Forestry: Where People Meet the Land.
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.
Bull G. Q. , and Nilsson S. (2004). An assessment of China’s forest resources International Forestry Review. 6(3-4): 210-220.
C. Welham, B. Seely and G.Q. Bull. (2004). Establishing targets and trajectories for selected ecological indicators of sustainable forest management on Tree Farm Licence 57. Research report. Department of Forest Sciences, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC. 24p.
Bull G.Q., Z. Harkin and A. Wong (2004). Carbon accounting: Institutions, models and economics. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon, USA. In. Peterson, D.L. and J.L. Innes. Climatic Change, Carbon, and Forestry in Northwestern North America. USDA Forest Service PNW-GTR-614. Nov. 14-15, 2001. 61-78p.
Bull G. Q. (2004). The global forest industry and poverty alleviation; guiding principles. FAO Advisory Committee On Paper And Wood Products 45th Session (April 17th and 18th ), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Canberra, Australia. 25p.
Moore K. and G. Q. Bull. (2004). Guidelines, codes and legislation Blackwell Science, Oxford. Chapter 31 (707-728). In. Fishes and Forestry – World Watershed Interactions and Management. T.Northcote and G. Hartman (eds.) Oxford:Blackwell Science.
Kozak, R.A., D.H. Cohen, J. Lerner and G.Q. Bull (2004). Western Canadian Consumer Attitudes Towards Certified Value-Added Wood Products: An Exploratory Assessment. Forest Products Journal 54(9):21-24.
Suratman, M.N., G.Q. Bull, D.G. Leckie, V. LeMay, and P.L. Marshall (2004). Modeling stand volume of rubber (Havea brasiliensis) plantations in Malaysia using Landsat TM. Science Letters 1:65-71.
Suratman, M.N., G.Q. Bull, D.G. Leckie, V. LeMay, P.L. Marshall, and M.R. Mispan (2004). Prediction models for estimating volume, age, and area of rubber (Havea brasiliensis) plantations in Malaysia using Landsat TM data. Commonwealth Forestry Association International Forestry Review 6(1):1-13
Suratman, N.M, G. Bull, D. Leckie, V. LeMay, and P. Marshall (2004). Linking between policies and land use/cover change as detected by Landsat TM in Malyasia Abstract in Proceedings of the XXII IUFRO WORLD CONGRESS, Brisbane, Australia, August 8 to 14, 2005
Suratman, M.N., G.Q. Bull, D.G. Leckie, V. LeMay, and P.L. Marshall. (2004). Development and application of a rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) stand volume model in Selangor, Malaysia, using Landsat TM data. -In. Lee S.S., H. Aminah, H. Norini, S. Lim, H. Lim. Conference on Forestry and Forest Products Research., Kuala Lampur, Malaysia. October 6-8, 2003, 139-149p.
Auld, G. and G. Q. Bull (2003). The institutional design of forest certification standards initiatives and its influence on the role of science: the case of forest genetic resources. Journal of Environmental Management 69:47–62.
Duinker P.N. , G. Q. Bull and B. Shindler (2003). Sustainable forestry in Canada and the United States: Developments and prospects. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press. Chapter 3(35-59). In. Two Paths Towards Sustainable Forests: Public Values in Canada and the United States. B.A.. Shindler, T. M. Beckley and M. C. Finley (eds.),
A. Wong and G. Q. Bull (2003). Resource assessment and data gap analysis for forest carbon inventory and monitoring in Clayoquot Sound. Iisaak Forest Resource Ltd. – Report no. 1. Department of Forest Resource Management, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 33p.
Z. Harkin, A. Wong and G. Q. Bull (2003). Planning and field measurement procedures for a forest carbon inventory. Iisaak Forest Resource Ltd. – Report no. 3. Department of Forest Resource Management, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 40p.
Binkley C.S., D. Brand, Z. Harkin, G.Q. Bull, N. Ravindranath, M. Obersteiner, S. Nilsson, Y. Yamagata and M. Krott. (2002). Carbon sink by the forest sector – options and needs for implementation. Forest Policy and Economics 4: 65-77.
Bull, G.Q., Z. Harkin and A. Wong. (2002). Development of a market for forest carbon in British Columbia. London: Earthscan S. Pagiola, J. Bishop, & N. Landell-Mills (Eds.), In: Selling Forest Environmental Services: Market-based Mechanisms for Conservation.
G. Q. Bull and O.Schwab. (2002). Regulating the harvest: Experiences and lessons from major forest countries. China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing, China. In. J. Xu and U. Schmitt (eds.) International Forum on Chinese Forest Policy: Developing a policy research agenda to meet existing and future challenges, Chinese Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development Task Force on Forests and Grasslands.June 13-14, 2002. 32p on CD-ROM.
G. Q. Bull and Z. Harkin. (2002). Establishing an institutional framework to support forest sinks projects under the clean development mechansim of the Kyoto Protocol. China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing, China. In. J. Xu and U. Schmitt (eds.) Payment Schemes for Environmental Services. Chinese Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development Task Force on Forests and Grasslands. April 20-23, 2002, 36p on CD-ROM.
Pulkki, R., G.Q. Bull & O. Schwab. (2002). Connecting reduced impact logging and forest certification. Oregon State University, Department of Forest Engineering, Corvallis, Oregon In. L. Kellog, B. Spong and P. Licht (eds.). Forest Engineering Solutions for Achieving Sustainable Forest Resource Management: An International Perspective. Woodfor Africa, Hilton College, South Africa, July 2nd-3rd, 2002, . pp. 85-89.
Bull, G.Q., R. Pulkki, W. Killmann, and O. Schwab. (2002). Reduced impact logging: Does it cost or does it pay? In: Int’l Conf. On the Application of Reduced Impact Logging to Advance Sustainable Forest Management: Constraints, Challenges and Opportunities. Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, February 26-March 01.
Bull, G.Q., R.A. Kozak and W. Mabee (2001). Southern and Central Ontario in the Global Forest Context. Ontario Forest Products Marketing Bulletin, March/April 2001. pp. 1-2.
Bull, G.Q., R. Pulkki, W. Killmann and O. Schwab. (2001). An investigation of the costs and benefits of reduced impact logging. International Tropical Timber Organization. Tropical Forest Update 11:2(1-5)
Bull, G.Q. and J. Spears. (2001). A global vision for forest 2050 research strategy. Unasylva. 52(1):66-67.
Harkin, Z. and G.Q. Bull. (2001). An international forest carbon accounting framework: A system for managing, measuring, reporting and trading forest carbon from an operational to an international scale. In: IEA Bioenergy Task 25/38 Int’l. Workshop, Canberra, Australia. March 29-31.
Pulkki, R., O. Schwab and G.Q. Bull. (2001). Reduced impact logging in tropical forest: Literature synthesis, analysis and prototype statistical framework. FAO, Forest Products Division Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 8, Rome, Italy. 287 pp.
Bull, G.Q. (2000). The timberlands West Coast debate: Is logging ‘bad’ for natural forest? N.Z. J. For. 44:4(32).
Bull, G.Q. and Z. Harkin. (2000). Developing a carbon accounting framework for forests. J. For. 98(9):4-6.
D. Haley and G.Q. Bull. (2000). A Review of Forest Practices Legislation, Regulation and Guidelines in Selected Canadian Jurisdictions. BC Ministry of Forests, Forest Practises Branch. Victoria. BC. 70pp.
Harkin Z. and G.Q. Bull. (2000). Towards developing a comprehensive carbon accounting framework for British Columbia. Interim Report IR-00-46. International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis, Vienna, Austria 75p.
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.
Bull G.Q. (1999). Global fibre supply model: Lessons and direction. In: Advisory Committee on Paper And Wood Products Fortieth Session, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Report no. FO:ACPWP 99/5.
Whiteman A., C. Brown and G.Q. Bull. (1999). Forest product market developments: the outlook for forest products markets to 2010 and the implications for improving management of the global forest estate. Working paper: FAO/FPIRS/02 prepared for the World Bank Forest Policy Implementation Review and Strategy. FAO Forest Policy and Planning Division, Rome. 124 pp.
Bull G.Q. (1998). FAO”s global fibre supply study: Context, method and modelling the future. Unasylva 49:2.
Bull G.Q. and J. Bourke. (1998). Global wood resources and forest products. Beijing International Workshop on “The Changing Market of Global Tropical Forest Products and Its Trend to the Year 2010”, 8-10 December 1998, Beijing, China.
Bull G.Q., R. Scharpenberg and W. Mabee. (1998). The FAO global fibre supply study – assumptions, methods, models and definitions. Global Fibre Supply Study working paper series. GFSS/WP/01. Forest Products Division, Rome, Italy.
Bull G.Q., W. Mabee and R. Scharpenberg. (1998). Global fibre supply study – draft report. Forest Products Division, FAO, Rome, Italy 137 pp. Duinker P.N. and G. Bull (eds.). 1998. Global Fibre Supply Study Working Papers Series, Forest Products Division. FAO, Rome, Italy.
Serrano O., Bull G.Q. and D. Lee. (1998). Global wood resources, production and international trade of forest products. ”First International Seminar on Solid Wood Products of High Technology- First Meeting on Adapted Technologies of Sawing, Drying and Use of the Wood of Eucalyptus”. December 7-11. Minas Gerias. Brazil, pp. 1-19.
Bull G.Q. and J. Williams. (1997). Assessing resource dependent community impacts in Ontario. Chapter 12 (177-194). In. Changing Rural Institutions: A Canadian Perspective. (ed.) R. Rounds. Rural Development Institute. Brampton, Manitoba.
Bull G.Q. (1993). Modification of timber management objectives on private industrial forest land to accommodate recreational and tourism values: problems and opportunities. Chapter 12.(169-198). In. Communities, Resources and Tourism in the North. M.E. Johnston and W. Haider (eds.). Lakehead University, Center for Northern Studies. Thunder Bay, Ontario.