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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 29, Numbers 10-11, October 2002

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Three hundred years of forest and land-use change in Massachusetts, USA
pp. 1319-1335(17)
Authors: Hall, Brian; Motzkin, Glenn; Foster, David R.; Syfert, Mindy; Burk, John

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Wildlife dynamics in the changing New England landscape
pp. 1337-1357(21)
Authors: Foster, David R.; Motzkin, Glenn; Bernardos, Debra; Cardoza, James

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Oak, chestnut and fire: climatic and cultural controls of long-term forest dynamics in New England, USA
pp. 1359-1379(21)
Authors: Foster, David R.; Clayden, Susan; Orwig, David A.; Hall, Brian; Barry, Sylvia

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Cultural, environmental and historical controls of vegetation patterns and the modern conservation setting on the island of Martha's Vineyard, USA
pp. 1381-1400(20)
Authors: Foster, David R.; Hall, Brian; Barry, Sylvia; Clayden, Susan; Parshall, Tim

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Physiographical and historical effects on forest vegetation in central New England, USA
pp. 1421-1437(17)
Authors: Gerhardt, Fritz; Foster, David R.

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Vegetation variation across Cape Cod, Massachusetts: environmental and historical determinants
pp. 1439-1454(16)
Authors: Motzkin, Glenn; Eberhardt, Robert; Hall, Brian; Foster, David R.; Harrod, Jonathan; MacDonald, Dana

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Vegetation and disturbance history of a rare dwarf pitch pine community in western New England, USA
pp. 1455-1467(13)
Authors: Motzkin, Glenn; Orwig, David A.; Foster, David R.

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Landscape patterns of hemlock decline in New England due to the introduced hemlock woolly adelgid
pp. 1475-1487(13)
Authors: Orwig, David A.; Foster, David R.; Mausel, David L.

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Direct and indirect ecosystem consequences of an invasive pest on forests dominated by eastern hemlock
pp. 1489-1503(15)
Authors: Kizlinski, Matthew L.; Orwig, David A.; Cobb, Richard C.; Foster, David R.

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Avian response to removal of a forest dominant: consequences of hemlock woolly adelgid infestations
pp. 1505-1516(12)
Authors: Tingley, Morgan W.; Orwig, David A.; Field, Rebecca; Motzkin, Glenn

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Chestnut: history and ecology of a transformed species
pp. 1517-1530(14)
Author: Paillet, Frederick L.

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Conservation issues and approaches for dynamic cultural landscapes
pp. 1533-1535(3)
Author: Foster, David R.

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The illusion of preservation: a global environmental argument for the local production of natural resources
pp. 1557-1568(12)
Authors: Berlik, Mary M.; Kittredge, David B.; Foster, David R.

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HARVARD UNIVERSITY
pp. 1591-1591(1)

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