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Walters, M.B., J.L. Willis, K.W. Gottschalk. 2014. Seedling growth responses to light and mineral N form are predicted by species ecologies and can help explain tree diversity. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44(11): 1356-1368. Download
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Adams, J.P., S.D. Roberts. 2013. A comparison of growth characteristics in pure and mixed-family stands of loblolly pine. Forest Science 59:188-196. Download
2013

    

Alkire, D.K., J.C. Rainer, A.B. Self, A.W. Ezell, A.J. Londo, E.B. Schultz. 2013. Influence of planting stocks on the survival and growth of Nutall and cherrybark oak planted on lands damaged by hurricane Katrina. Pages 338-351 in G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spond, J.S. Rentch, editors, 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. General Technical Report NRS-P-117.
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Banwell, E.M., J.M. Varner, E.E. Knapp, R.W. Van Kirk. 2013. Spatial, seasonal, and diel forest floor moisture dynamics in Jeffrey pine-white fir forests of the Lake Tahoe Basin, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 305:11-20. Download
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Campbell, T., P.D. Jones, A.W. Ezell, S. Demarais. 2013. Growth and competition response in intensively established loblolly pine plantations at crown closure. Journal of Forestry 111(5):313-318. Download
2013

    

Crotteau, J., J.M. Varner, and M. Ritchie. 2013. Post-fire regeneration across a fire severity gradient in the southern Cascades. Forest Ecology and Management 287: 103-112. Download
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Dahal, R.P., I.A. Munn, J.E. Henderson. 2013. Economic contribution of Mississippi's forest products industry over time. Pages 258-266 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2012. Download
2013

    

Dahal, R.P., I.A. Munn, J.E. Henderson. 2013. Forestry in Mississippi: the impact of the industry on the Mississippi economy—an input-output analysis. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO 438, Mississippi State University. 22 pp. Download
2013

    

Dahal, R.P., I.A. Munn, J.E. Henderson. 2013. Regional economic contributions of forest-based industry in the South: 2001-2009. Pages 80-85 in Proceedings of the 2013 Southern Forest Economics Workers Annual Meeting, "Changing Forestry and Forest Economics and Policy." Auburn, Alabama, March 10-12, 2013. Download
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Dean, T.J., S.D. Roberts, R.S. Seymour. 2013. Toward developing a direct relation between gross volume increment and stand density. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43:852-860. Download
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Duguid, M.C., B.R. Frey, D.S. Ellum, M. Kelty, M.S. Ashton. 2013. The influence of ground disturbance and gap position on understory plant diversity in upland forests of southern New England. Forest Ecology and Management 303:148-159. Download
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Engber, E.A., J.M. Varner, C. Dugaw, L. Quinn-Davidson, and J.K. Hiers. 2013. Utility of an instantaneous moisture meter for duff moisture prediction in long-unburned longleaf pine forests. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 37: 13-17. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser, D.K. Lauer, H.E. Quicke. 2013. Effect of application timing on efficacy of site preparation treatments using Chopper® GEN 2™. Pages 219-221 in J.M. Guldin, editor, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Hot Springs, AR. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-GTR- 175. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser, L.R. Nelson. 2013. Fifth-year pine growth response to woody release treatments in young loblolly plantations. Pages 223-225 in J.M. Guldin, editor, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Hot Springs, AR. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-GTR- 175. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Download
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Fan, Z., W.K. Moser, M.H. Hansen, M.D. Nelson. 2013. Regional patterns of major nonnative invasive plants and associated factors in Upper Midwest Forests. Forest Science 59(1):38-49. Download
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