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Wildlife and shortleaf pine managementAuthor(s): T. Bently Wigley
Source: In: Murphy, Paul A., ed. Proceedings of symposium on the shortleaf pine ecosystem; 1986 March 31-April 2; Little Rock, AR. Monticello, AR: Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 222-234
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DescriptionShortleaf pine forests (Pinus echinata) are used for multiple purposes. This paper discusses the effects that timber management, livestock grazing, and recreational uses of the shortleaf forest may have on its wildlife resources.
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CitationWigley, T. Bently. 1986. Wildlife and shortleaf pine management. In: Murphy, Paul A., ed. Proceedings of symposium on the shortleaf pine ecosystem; 1986 March 31-April 2; Little Rock, AR. Monticello, AR: Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 222-234.
KeywordsShortleaf pine, Pinus echinata, southern pine, management, wildlife, multiple use
- Ecology of shortleaf pine
- Shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) and hardwood regeneration after thinning natural shortleaf pine forests in southern United States
- Growth and yield of shortleaf pine
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