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Hatcher, H. R., L. E. Miranda, M. E. Colvin, G. Coppola, M. A. Lashley. 2019. Fish assemblages in a Mississippi reservoir mudflat with low structural complexity. Hydrobiologia 841(1):163-175. Download
2019

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Hornslein, N., C. M. Siegert, H. J. Renninger. 2019. Changes in physiological functioning in loblolly pine trees undergoing bark beetle simulated mortality. Forest Science 65(3):312-323. Download
2019

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Hornslein, N., C. M. Siegert, H. J. Renninger. 2019. Physiological response of mid-canopy sweetgum trees to overstory loblolly pine mortality. Trees 33(1):139-151. Download
2019

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Howlader, M. S., J. Dubien, E. Hassan, N. Raj, T. French. 2019. Optimization of microbial cell disruption using pressurized CO2 for improving lipid recovery from wet biomass. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 1-14. Download
2019

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Huy, B., G. T. Thanh, K. P. Poudel, B. M. Frank, H. Temesgen. 2019. Taxon-specific modeling systems for improving reliability of tree aboveground biomass and its components in tropical dry dipterocarp forests. Forest Ecology and Management 437:156-174. Download
2019

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Huy, B., G. T. Thanh, K. P. Poudel, H. Temesgen. 2019. Individual plant allometric equations for estimating aboveground biomass and its components for a common bamboo species (Bambusa procera A. Chev. and A. Camus) in tropical forests. Forest 10(4):316. Download
2019

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Kropp, H., M. Loranty, S. Natali, A. Kholodov, H. D. Alexander, N. Zimov, M. Mack, S. Spawn. 2019. Tree density influences ecohydrological drivers of plant-water relations in a larch boreal forest in Siberia. Ecohydrology 12(7):e2132. Download
2019

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Liao, C., S. Chen, S. B. Correa, W. Li, T. Zhang, J. Liu. 2019. Impoundment led to spatial trophic segregation of three closely related catfish species in the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. Marine and Freshwater Research. Download
2019

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Lu, C., H. Tian, J. Zhang, Z. Yu, S. Pan, S. Dangal, B. Zhang, J. Yang, N. Pederson, A. Hessl. 2019. Severe long-lasting drought accelerated carbon depletion in the Mogolian Plateau. Geophysical Research Letters 46(10):5303-5312. Download
2019

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Mutandwa, E., R. K. Grala, D. R. Petrolia. 2019. Estimates of willingness to accept compensation to manage pine stands for ecosystem services. Forest Policy and Economics 102:75-85. Download
2019

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Owens, F. C., S. P. Verrill, R. Shmulsky, R. J. Ross. 2019. Distributions of modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture in four mill-run lumber populations. Wood and Fiber Science 51(2):183-192. Download
2019

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Pokharel, R., R. K. Grala, D. L. Grebner, W. H. Cooke. 2019. Mill willingness to use logging residues to produce electricity: A spatial logistic regression approach. Forest Science 65(3):277-288. Download
2019

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Pokharel, R., R. K. Grala, G. S. Latta, D. L. Grebner, S. C. Grado, J. Poudel. 2019. Availability of logging residues and likelihood of their utilization for electricity production in the US South. Journal of Forestry 117(6): 543-559. Download
2019

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Poudel, K. P., H. Temesgen, P. J. Radtke, A. N. Gray. 2019. Estimating individual-tree aboveground biomass of tree species in the western USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 49:701-714. Download
2019

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Renninger, H. J., C. H. Miles, A. W. Ezell. 2019. Seasonal physiology and growth of planted oaks with implications for bottomland hardwood restoration. New Forests. Download
2019

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