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    Author(s): Steven G. McNulty; Jennifer A. Moore; Louis IversonAnantha Prasad; Robert, et al. Abt
    Date: 2000
    Source: World Resource Review. 12(2): 298-320.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    The southern United States produces over 50% of commercial timber harvests in the US and the demand for southern timber are likely to increase in the future. Global change is altering the physical and chemical environmental which will play a major role in determining future forest stand growth, insect and disease outbreaks, regeneration success, and distribution of species across the region.

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    McNulty, Steven G.; Moore, Jennifer A.; Iverson, Louis; Prasad, Anantha; Abt, Robert, et al. 2000. Application of linked regional scale growth, biogeography, and economic models for southeastern United States pine forests. World Resource Review. 12(2): 298-320.

    Keywords

    linked dynamic model, biogeography, forest productivity, economics, climate change

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