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Phenotypic variation in growth and biomass distribution for two advanced-generation pedigrees of hybrid poplar
pp. 1779-1789(11)
Authors: Wullschleger, Stan D; Yin, T M; DiFazio, S P; Tschaplinski, T J; Gunter, L E; Davis, M F; Tuskan, G A

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The establishment and development of oak forests in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas
pp. 1790-1797(8)
Authors: Soucy, Rick D; Heitzman, Eric; Spetich, Martin A

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Detection and quantification of Leptographium wageneri, the cause of black-stain root disease, from bark beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in Northern California using regular and real-time PCR
pp. 1798-1808(11)
Authors: Schweigkofler, Wolfgang; Otrosina, William J; Smith, Sheri L; Cluck, Daniel R; Maeda, Kevin; Peay, Kabir G; Garbelotto, Matteo

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Using 13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for the study of northern hardwood tissues
pp. 1821-1831(11)
Authors: Johnson, Chris E; Smernik, Ronald J; Siccama, Thomas G; Kiemle, David K; Xu, Zhihong; Vogt, Daniel J

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Effects of an introduced pathogen on resistance to natural disturbance: beech bark disease and windthrow
pp. 1832-1843(12)
Authors: Papaik, Michael J; Canham, Charles D; Latty, Erika F; Woods, Kerry D

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Precision and accuracy of three alternative instruments for measuring soil water content in two forest soils of the Pacific Northwest
pp. 1867-1876(10)
Authors: Czarnomski, Nicole M; Moore, Georgianne W; Pypker, Tom G; Licata, Julian; Bond, Barbara J

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Modeling early forest succession following clear-cutting in western Oregon
pp. 1889-1900(12)
Authors: Yang, Zhiqiang; Cohen, Warren B; Harmon, Mark E

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Tree growth, foliar chemistry, and nitrogen cycling across a nitrogen deposition gradient in southern Appalachian deciduous forests
pp. 1901-1913(13)
Authors: Boggs, Johnny L; McNulty, Steven G; Gavazzi, Michael J; Myers, Jennifer M.

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Germination, penetration, and infection by Arceuthobium americanum on Pinus banksiana
pp. 1914-1930(17)
Authors: Brandt, J P; Hiratsuka, Y; Pluth, D J

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Wetland drying and succession across the Kenai Peninsula Lowlands, south-central Alaska
pp. 1931-1941(11)
Authors: Klein, Eric; Berg, Edward E; Dial, Roman

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Canopy gap disturbance and succession in trembling aspen dominated boreal forests in northeastern Ontario
pp. 1942-1951(10)
Authors: Hill, Steven B; Mallik, Azim U; Chen, Han Y.

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Changes in landscape composition and stand structure from 1945–2002 on an industrial forest in New Brunswick, Canada
pp. 1965-1977(13)
Authors: MacLean, David A; Etheridge, David A; Wagner, Robert G; Wilson, Jeremy S

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Deep subsoil nutrient uptake in potassium-deficient, aggrading Pinus resinosa plantation
pp. 1978-1983(6)
Authors: Buxbaum, C A.; Nowak, C A; White, E H

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Canadian national tree aboveground biomass equations
pp. 1996-2018(23)
Authors: Lambert, M-C; Ung, C-H; Raulier, F

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Aspen plant community response to organic matter removal and soil compaction
pp. 2030-2044(15)
Authors: Haeussler, Sybille; Kabzems, Richard

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The Sustainable Forestry Initiative’s impact on stumpage markets in the US South
pp. 2056-2064(9)
Authors: Brown, Roger; Zhang, Daowei

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Seasonal differences in freezing tolerance of yellow-cedar and western hemlock trees at a site affected by yellow-cedar decline
pp. 2065-2070(6)
Authors: Schaberg, Paul G; Hennon, Paul E; D'Amore, David V; Hawley, Gary J; Borer, Catherine H

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