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Five U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station (SRS) scientists – John Stanturf, Emile Gardiner, Leslie Groom, Dana Mitchell and James Perdue – recently contributed to four review articles that were part of a special issue of the journal BioEnergy Research. SRS researchers collaborated on the journal articles with scientists and engineers from a number of universities and other agencies, including the Forest Service Northern Research Station, Pacific Northwest Research Station, and Forest Products Laboratory, as well as the USDA Agricultural Research Service and Natural Resources Conservation Service.
- Evaluation of a tracked feller-buncher harvesting plantation loblolly pine
Klepac, John; Mitchell, Dana
- Whole tree transportation system for timber processing depots
Lancaster, John; Gallagher, Tom; McDonald, Tim; Mitchell, Dana
- Biomass removal study on the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests
Mitchell, Dana; Klepac, John
- Alternative trailer configurations for maximizing payloads
Thompson, Jason D.; Mitchell, Dana; Klepac, John
- Cogongrass ( Imperata cylindrica ) affects above- and belowground processes in commercial loblolly pine ( Pinus taeda ) stands
Trautwig, Adam N.; Eckhardt, Lori G.; Loewenstein, Nancy J.; Hoeksema, Jason D.; Carter, Emily A.; Nadel, Ryan L.