|Harvesting intensity influences the carbon distribution in a northern hardwood ecosystem.
||Strong, Terry F.
|Forest disturbance type differentially affects seasonal moose forage
||Lautenschlager, R.A.; Crawford, Hewlette S.; Stokes, Martin R.; Stone, Timothy L.
|Applied ecosystem management on nonindustrial forest land.
||Leak, William B.; Yamasaki, Mariko; Kittredge, David B., Jr.; Lamson, Neil I.; Smith, Marie-Louise.
|Assessment of calcium status in soils of red spruce forests in the northeastern United States
||Lawrence, Gergory B.; David, Mark B.; Bailey, Scott W.; Shortle, Walter C.
|Defining the role of silvicultural research in the Northeastern Forest Experiment Station
||Nowak, Chris; Stout, Susan; Stout, Susan; Brissette, John; Brissette, John; Kenefic, Laura; Kenefic, Laura; Miller, Gary; Miller, Gary; Leak, Bill; Leak, Bill; Yaussy, Dan; Schuler, Tom; Gottschalk, Kurt; Gottschalk, Kurt
|Invertebrate Communities of Forested Limesink Wetlands in Southwest Georgia, USA: Habitat Use and Influence of Extended Inundation
||Golladay, Stephen W.; Taylor, Brad W.; Palik, Brian J.
|Site preparation treatments and their effects on establishment and growth of tamarack.
||Davis, Alaina; Puettmann, Klaus; Perala, Don
|Growth and yield of a 59-year-old red pine plantation (Plot 99) in Northern Minnesota
|Effects of intensity and frequency of harvesting on abundance, stocking and composition of natural regeneration in the Acadian Forest of eastern North America
||Brissette, John C.
|Proceedings of the Tree Shelter Conference; 1995 June 20-22; Harrisburg, PA
||Brissette, John C.; [Editor]