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Generation of fuel type maps from Landsat TM images and ancillary data in Mediterranean ecosystems
pp. 1301-1315(15)
Authors: Riaño, David; Chuvieco, Emilio; Salas, Javier; Palacios-Orueta, Alicia; Bastarrika, Aitor

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Developing a production possibility set of wildlife species persistence and timber harvest value
pp. 1329-1342(14)
Authors: Calkin, David E; Montgomery, Claire A; Schumaker, Nathan H; Polasky, Stephen; Arthur, Jeffrey L; Nalle, Darek J

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Effects of chronic N fertilization on foliar membranes, cold tolerance, and carbon storage in montane red spruce
pp. 1351-1359(9)
Authors: Schaberg, Paul G; DeHayes, Donald H; Hawley, Gary J; Murakami, Paula F; Strimbeck, G Richard; McNulty, Steven G

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Optimum selection age for wood density in loblolly pine
pp. 1393-1399(7)
Authors: Gwaze, D P; Harding, K J; Purnell, R C; Bridgwater, F E

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Peatland pines as climate indicators? A regional comparison of the climatic influence on Scots pine growth in Sweden
pp. 1400-1410(11)
Authors: Linderholm, Hans W; Moberg, Anders; Grudd, Håkan

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Fire growth using minimum travel time methods
pp. 1420-1424(5)
Author: Finney, Mark A

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Spacing rectangularity effect on the growth of loblolly pine plantations
pp. 1451-1459(9)
Authors: Sharma, Mahadev; Burkhart, Harold E; Amateis, Ralph L

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Recruitment of wood to streams in old-growth and second-growth redwood forests, northern California, U.S.A.
pp. 1460-1477(18)
Authors: Benda, Lee E; Bigelow, Paul; Worsley, Thomas M

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NOTEGypsy moth defoliation and N fertilization affect hybrid poplar regeneration following coppicing
pp. 1491-1495(5)
Authors: Agrawal, Anurag A; Kosola, Kevin R; Parry, Dylan

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NOTEAging discrepancies of white spruce affect the interpretation of static age structure in boreal mixedwoods
pp. 1496-1501(6)
Authors: Peters, Vernon S; Macdonald, S Ellen; Dale, Mark RT

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