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Volume 36, Number 1, January 2006

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Dendroecology of American chestnut in a disjunct stand of oak–chestnut forest
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: McEwan, Ryan W; Keiffer, Carolyn H; McCarthy, Brian C

Quantifying the coarse-root biomass of intensively managed loblolly pine plantations
pp. 12-22(11)
Authors: Miller, Ashley T; Allen, H L.; Maier, Chris A

Spatial information for scheduling core area production in forest planning
pp. 23-33(11)
Authors: Wei, Yu; Hoganson, Howard M

Plant community attributes 12 to 14 years following precommercial thinning in a young lodgepole pine forest
pp. 48-61(14)
Authors: Lindgren, P M.F; Ransome, D B; Sullivan, D S; Sullivan, T P

Nitrogen availability in soil and forest floor of contrasting types of boreal mixedwood forests
pp. 112-122(11)
Authors: Jerabkova, Lucie; Prescott, Cindy E; Kishchuk, Barbara E

Effects of serial grafting, ontogeny, and genotype on rooting of Quercus rubra cuttings
pp. 123-131(9)
Authors: Zaczek, James J; Steiner, Kim C; Heuser, Jr., Charles W; Tzilkowski, Walter M

Does formative pruning improve the form of broadleaved trees?
pp. 132-141(10)
Authors: Kerr, Gary; Morgan, Geoff

Landscape-scale spatial patterns of winter injury to red spruce foliage in a year of heavy region-wide injury
pp. 142-152(11)
Authors: Lazarus, Brynne E; Schaberg, Paul G; Hawley, Gary J; DeHayes, Donald H

Soil-solution chemistry in a coniferous stand after adding wood ash and nitrogen
pp. 153-163(11)
Authors: Ring, Eva; Jacobson, Staffan; Nohrstedt, Hans-Örjan

Nutrient foraging via physiological and morphological plasticity in three plant species
pp. 164-173(10)
Authors: Wang, Lixin; Mou, Paul P; Jones, Robert H

Conservation-oriented manipulations of coarse woody debris affect its value as habitat for spruce-infesting bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) in northern Sweden
pp. 174-185(12)
Authors: Johansson, Therese; Gibb, Heloise; Hilszczański, Jacek; Pettersson, Roger B; Hjältén, Joakim; Atlegrim, Ola; Ball, John P; Danell, Kjell

Population differentiation among three species of white oak in northeastern Illinois
pp. 206-215(10)
Authors: Craft, Kathleen J; Ashley, Mary V

Foliar respiration in an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forest
pp. 216-226(11)
Authors: Cooper, Clifton E; Thomas, Sean C; Winner, William E

Point process modelling of root distribution in pure stands of Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies
pp. 227-237(11)
Authors: Fleischer, F; Eckel, S; Schmid, I; Schmidt, V; Kazda, M

Seasonal fire effects on mixed-conifer forest structure and ponderosa pine resin properties
pp. 238-254(17)
Authors: Perrakis, Daniel D.; Agee, James K

Erratum: Size–density metrics, leaf area, and productivity in eastern white pine
pp. 262-262(1)
Authors: Innes, J C; Ducey, M J; Gove, J H; Leak, W B; Barrett, J P

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