Ball Creek Road (FS 83) and Shope Fork Road (FS 751) are currently CLOSED.
This story map highlights the importance of southern State and private forests in providing drinking water to downstream communities. See the related publication here.
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We don’t often think about what’s underneath our feet, but soils are essential for the food we eat, building materials for our homes, the clean water we drink, storing carbon and mitigating climate change, even the air we breathe.
- Tree resin flow dynamics during an experimentally induced attack by Ips avulsus , I. calligraphus , and I. grandicollis
Denham, Sander O.; Coyle, David R.; Oishi, A. Christopher; Bullock, Bronson P.; Heliövaara, Kari ; Novick, Kimberly A.
- Tree mortality from insect infestation enhances carbon stabilization in southern Appalachian forest soils
Fraterrigo, Jennifer M.; Ream, Kelsey ; Knoepp, Jennifer D.
- Unexpected ecological advances made possible by long-term data: A Coweeta example
Jackson, C. Rhett; Webster, Jackson R.; Knoepp, Jennifer D.; Elliott, Katherine J.; Emanuel, Ryan E.; Caldwell, Peter V.; Miniat, Chelcy F.
- Total C and N pools and fluxes vary with time, soil temperature, and moisture along an elevation, precipitation, and vegetation gradient in southern Appalachian forests
Knoepp, Jennifer D.; See, Craig R.; Vose, James M.; Miniat, Chelcy F.; Clark, James S.
- Shade and hemlock woolly adelgid infestation increase eastern hemlock foliar nutrient concentration
Lapham, Marika ; Miniat, Chelcy Ford; Mayfield, Albert E.III; Jetton, Robert M.; Brantley, Steven T.; Zietlow David R., ; Brown, Cindi ; Rhea, James R.