Each regional journal of applied forestry focuses on research, practice, and techniques targeted to foresters and allied professionals in specific regions of the United States and Canada. The Southern Journal of Applied Forestry covers an area from Virginia and Kentucky south to as far west as Oklahoma and east Texas.

Publisher: Society of American Foresters

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Volume 36, Number 4, November 2012

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Influence of Herbicide Site Preparation on Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Development and Fire Management
pp. 173-180(8)
Authors: Addington, Robert N.; Greene, Thomas A.; Elmore, Michele L.; Prior, Catherine E.; Harrison, Wade C.

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Leaching Potential with Diammonium Phosphate and Poultry Litter Fertilization of Young Pine Plantations in the Florida Sandhills
pp. 181-190(10)
Authors: Minogue, Patrick J.; Osiecka, Anna; Mackowiak, Cheryl L.; Nowak, Jarek

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Comparison of Five Erosion Control Techniques for Bladed Skid Trails in Virginia
pp. 191-197(7)
Authors: Wade, Charlie R.; Bolding, M. Chad; Aust, Wallace M.; Lakel, William A.

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Regional Locale and Its Influence on the Prediction of Loblolly Pine Diameter Distributions
pp. 198-203(6)
Authors: Russell, Matthew B.; Burkhart, Harold E.; Amateis, Ralph L.; Prisley, Stephen P.

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Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) Control with Imazapyr and Glyphosate Combined with and without Four Adjuvants
pp. 204-210(7)
Authors: Ramsey, Craig L.; Jose, Shibu; Zamora, Diomides

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Individual Tree Mortality Model for Slash Pine in Florida: A Mixed Modeling Approach
pp. 211-219(9)
Authors: Timilsina, Nilesh; Staudhammer, Christina L.

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The Toomer's Oaks Tragedy and the Importance of Cultural Environmental Services
pp. 220-222(3)
Authors: Laband, David N.; Morse, Wayde C.; Enebak, Scott A.; Chappelka, Arthur H.

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