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Influence of elevated CO2, nitrogen, and Pinus elliottii genotypes on performance of the redheaded pine sawfly, Neodiprion lecontei
pp. 1007-1017(11)
Authors: Saxon, Milam E; Davis, Micheal A; Pritchard, Seth G; Runion, G B.; Prior, Stephen A; Stelzer, Hank E; Rogers, Hugo H; Dute, Roland R

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Analytical methods for defining stand–clearcut edge effects demonstrated for N mineralization
pp. 1018-1024(7)
Authors: Redding, Todd E; Hope, Graeme D; Schmidt, Margaret G; Fortin, Marie-Josée

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Modeling dead wood in Fennoscandian old-growth forests dominated by Norway spruce
pp. 1025-1034(10)
Authors: Ranius, Thomas; Jonsson, Bengt G.; Kruys, Nicholas

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Spruce budworm outbreaks in eastern Quebec over the last 450 years
pp. 1035-1043(9)
Authors: Boulanger, Yan; Arseneault, Dominique

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Structural stocking guides: a new look at an old friend
pp. 1044-1056(13)
Author: Gove, Jeffrey H

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Using crown condition variables as indicators of forest health
pp. 1057-1070(14)
Authors: Zarnoch, S J; Bechtold, W A; Stolte, K W

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The pollination mechanism of Abies amabilis
pp. 1071-1080(10)
Authors: Chandler, Luke M; Owens, John N

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Interspecific variation in the response of growth, crown morphology, and survivorship to light of six tree species in the conifer belt of the Bhutan Himalayas
pp. 1093-1107(15)
Authors: Gratzer, Georg; Darabant, Andras; Chhetri, Purna B; Rai, Prem B.; Eckmüllner, Otto

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Investigation of limestone ecotypes of white spruce based on a provenance test series
pp. 1119-1127(9)
Authors: Lesser, Mark R; Cherry, Marilyn; Parker, William H

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Successional status and root foraging for phosphorus in seven tropical tree species
pp. 1128-1135(8)
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Short-term impact of forest soil compaction and organic matter removal on soil mesofauna density and oribatid mite diversity
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Authors: Battigelli, Jeffrey P; Spence, John R; Langor, David W; Berch, Shannon M

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Persistence of early growth of planted Picea mariana seedlings following clear-cutting and drainage in Quebec wetlands
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