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Is that a Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel? No, It’s just a USDA Forest Service tree climber at the top of 70-foot-tall red spruce. In July, I climbed candidate Capitol Christmas trees in the National Forests in North Carolina with my colleagues Andy Whittier and Paul Valento of Superior National Forest.
- Breeding bird abundance and species diversity greatest in high-severity wildfire patches in central hardwood forests
greenberg, Cathryn H.; Moorman, Christopher E.; Elliott, Katherine J.; Martin, Katherine; Hopey, Mark; Caldwell, Peter V.
- Changes in bark properties and hydrology following prescribed fire in Pinus taeda and Quercus montana
Siegert, Courtney; Ilek, Anna; Wade, Adam; Schweitzer, Callie.
- Stand and environmental conditions drive functional shifts associated with mesophication in eastern US forests
Woodbridge, Margaret; Keyser, Tara; Oswalt, Christopher.
- Effects of planting stock on growth and survival in an artificially regenerated shortleaf pine forest in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
Keyser, Tara L.; MacDonald Amelia L.
- Projecting stand development and economics of longleaf pine planted outside its known historical range
VanderSchaaf, Curtis L.; Blazier, Michael A.; Adams, Joshua P.