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Proceedings, 15th central hardwood forest conference

Author(s):

David S. Buckley
Wayne K. Clatterbuck
[Editors]

Year:

2007

Publication type:

General Technical Report (GTR)

Primary Station(s):

Southern Research Station

Source:

Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–101. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 770 p.

Description

Proceedings of the 15th central hardwood forest conference held February 27–March 1, 2006, in Knoxville, TN. Includes 86 papers and 30 posters pertaining to forest health and protection, ecology and forest dynamics, natural and artificial regeneration, forest products, wildlife, site classification, management and forest resources, mensuration and models, soil and water, agroforestry, and fire.

The resilience of upland-oak forest canopy trees to chronic and acute precipitation manipulations
Carbon dioxide fluxes in a central hardwoods oak-hickory forest ecosystem
The sine method as a more accurate height predictor for hardwoods
A diameter distribution approach to estimating average stand dominant height in Appalachian hardwoods
Development of interim oak assessment guidelines for the silvah decision-support system
Digital photo monitoring for tree crown
Stocking equations for regeneration in mixed oak stands
A form of two-phase sampling utilizing regression analysis
Evaluation of landsat imagery for detecting ice storm damage in upland forests of Eastern Kentucky
Mesavage and Girard form class taper functions derived from profile equations
Predicting the cover-up of dead branches using a simple single regressor equation
Long-term stream chemistry monitoring on the fernow experiment forest: implications for sustainable management of hardwood forests
Ecosystem restoration treatments affect soil physical and chemical properties in Appalachian mixed oak forests
Reclamation of skid roads with fiber mats and native vegetation: effects on erosion
Impact of alternative harvesting technologies on thinning entry and optimal rotation age for eastern hardwoods
Nitrogen dynamics post-harvest: the role of woody residues
Biomass removal and its effect on productivity of an artificially regenerated forest stand in the Missouri ozarks
Attributes of down woody materials in hardwood forests of the Eastern United States
Impact of the hemlock woolly adelgid on radial growth of Eastern hemlock in Pennsylvania
Testing the efficacy of the triclopyr and imazapyr using two application methods for controlling tree-of-heaven along a West Virginia highway
Abundance of Armillaria within old-growth eastern hemlock stands in South-Central Pennsylvania
Rotation length based on a time series analysis of timber degrade cause by oak borers
Red oak decline and mortality by ecological land type in the Missouri ozarks
Herbicide treatments for controlling invasive bush honeysuckle in a mature hardwood forest in West-Central Indiana
Cottonwood leaf beetle control with imidacloprid soaked cuttings
Down deadwood dynamics on a severely impacted oak decline site
Defoliation and oak mortality in Southern New England
Survival of striped maple following spring prescribed fires in pennsylvania
Fuels consumption and nitrogen loss following prescribed fire: a comparison of prescription types in the Southern appalachians
Initial effects of prescribed burning and thinning on plant communities in the Southeast Missouri ozarks
Effects of landscape position and season of burn on fire temperature in Southern Ohio's mixed oak forests
Forest fuels and landscape-level fire risk assessment of the ozark highlands, Missouri
Alternative silvicultural practices in Appalachian forest ecosystems: implications for species diversity, ecosystem resilience, and commercial timber production
The importance and distribution of hickory
Product recovery from tree grade 1 northern red oak on Menominee tribal lands
Ruffed grouse (Bonasa Umbellus) use of stands harvested via alternative regeneration methods in the southern Appalachians
Acoustic assessment of stress level and potential wood quality of logs affected by oak decline
Twenty-two year changes in regeneration potential in an old-growth Quercus forest in the Mid-Cumberland plateau, Tennessee
Developing management guidelines for cerulean warbler breeding habitat
Oak regeneration response to moderate and heavy traffic under mechanical harvesting in an oak-hickory forest on the Cumberland platueau
Evaluating the flood tolerance of bottomland hardwood artificial reproduction
Genotypic variation in flood tolerance of black walnut and three southern bottomland oaks
Changes in tree species importance following harvesting disturbance in north Mississippi between 1967 and 1994
Plant composition in oak savanna and woodland restoration at Prairie Fork Conservation Area in Missouri
Developing a field facility for evaluating flood tolerance of hardwood seedlings and understory ground covers
Correlations between tree crown condition and shade tolerance, crown form, and light availability

Citation

Buckley, David S.; Clatterbuck, Wayne K.; [Editors]. 2007. Proceedings, 15th central hardwood forest conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–101. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 770 p.

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