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Title: Proceedings of the 15th biennial southern silvicultural research conference
Author: Guldin, James M.
Source: e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-GTR-175. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 585 p.
- Role of the USDA Forest Service experimental forest: an extension point of view
Taylor, Eric L.; Foster, C. Darwin; Zamora, Diomy
- Before and after comparisons of tree height in successive loblolly pine plantations with intervening machine, whole-tree harvesting
Dean, Thomas J.; Scott, D. Andrew; Holley, A. Gordon
- Comparison of three site preparation techniques on growth of planted loblolly pine 6 years after a southern pine beetle epidemic
Clatterbuck, Wayne K.; Carr, Michael
- First-year survival and growth of fertilized slash pine in south Alabama
Barlow, Rebecca; Dimov, Luben; Connor, Kris; Smith, Mark
- Plant community responses to soil disturbance and herbicide treatments over 10 years on the Texas LTSP study
Scott, D. Andrew; Stagg, Richard H.
- Impacts of four decades of stand density management treatments on wood properties of loblolly pine
Blazier, M.A.; Clark, A. III; Mahon, J.M. Jr.; Strub, M.R.; Daniels, R.F.; Schimleck, L.R.
- Short-term effects of silviculture on breeding birds in William B. Bankhead National Forest
Wick, Jill M.; Wang, Yong; Schweitzer, Callie Jo
- A better way - uneven-aged management of southern yellow pine
Handley, Don M.; Dickinson, Joshua C.
- Influences of tree, stand, and site characteristics on the production of epicormic branches in southern bottomland hardwood forests
Meadows, James S.; Goelz, J.C.G.; Skojac, Daniel A. Jr.
- Overstory tree status following thinning and burning treatments in mixed pine-hardwood stands on the William B. Bankhead National Forest, Alabama
Schweitzer, Callie Jo; Wang, Yong
- Boxelder (Acer negundo L.) stand development- can it serve as a trainer species?
Lockhart, Brian Roy; Souter, Ray A.
- Light, canopy closure, and overstory retention in upland Ozark forests
Blizzard, Elizabeth M.; Kabrick, John M.; Dey, Daniel C.; Larsen, David R.; Pallardy, Stephen G.; Gwaze, David P.
- Assessing anthropogenic and natural disturbances: forest response to similarly aged clearcut and tornado disturbances in an east Tennessee oak-hickory forest
McGrath, Jonathan C.; Clatterbuck, Wayne K.
- Long-term stand growth after helicopter and ground-based skidding in a tupelo-cypress wetland: 21-year results
Evans, D.E.; Aust, W.M.; Peterson, J.A.
- A preliminary test of estimating forest site quality using species composition in a southern Appalachian watershed
McNab, W. Henry; Loftis, David L.
- Hypotheses for common persimmon stand development in mixed-species bottomland hardwood forests
Lockhart, Brian Roy
- Impact of fire in two old-growth montane longleaf pine stands
Kush, John S.; Gilbert, John C.; Lupo, Crystal; Zhou, Na; Barlow, Becky
- A decision tree approach using silvics to guide planning for forest restoration
Hermann, Sharon M.; Kush, John S.; Gilbert, John C.
- Effects of prescribed burning on small mammal, reptile, and tick populations on the Talladega National Forest, Alabama
Adams, Jonathan; Edmondson, Chris; Willis, Damien; Carter, Robert
- Site index model for naturally regenerated even-aged longleaf pine
Lauer, Dwight K.; Kush, John S.
- Surface soil root distribution and possible interaction with site factors in a young longleaf pine stand
Sword Sayer, Mary Anne
- Longleaf pine regeneration following Hurricane Ivan utilizing the RLGS plots
Gilbert, John C.; Kush, John S.
- 2008 interim guidelines for growing longleaf pine seedlings in container nurseries
Dumroese, R. Kasten; Barnett, James P.; Jackson, D. Paul; Hainds, Mark J.
- Developmental dynamics of longleaf pine seedling flushes and needles
Sung, Shi-Jean Susana; Zarnoch, Stanley J.; Haywood, James D.; Leduc, Daniel; Sword-Sayer, Mary A.
- Effects of canopy treatments on early growth of planted longleaf pine seedlings and ground vegetation in North Carolina: a preliminary study
Hu, Huifeng; Knapp, Benjamin O.; Wang, G. Geoff; Walker, Joan L.
- Sixty years of management on a small longleaf pine forest
Barlow, Rebecca J.; Kush, John S.; Boyer, William D.
- The estate owner’s approach to forest economics
South, David B.; Laband, David N.
- Cost effectiveness of three different release treatments of table mountain pine in a severely overstocked and pure stand
Morgan, Amy L.; Clatterbuck, Wayne K.
- Financial performance of loblolly and longleaf pine plantations
Mills, Steven D.; Stiff, Charles T.
- Estimating annual growth losses from drought in loblolly pine plantations
Amateis, Ralph L.; Burkhart, Harold E.; Waiswa, Daniel
- Modeling thinning in east Texas loblolly and slash pine plantations
Coble, Dean W.
- Predicting diameter at breast height from total height and crown length
Cao, Quang V.; Dean, Thomas J.
- Estimating loblolly pine size-density trajectories across a range of planting densities
VanderSchaaf, Curtis L.; Burkhart, Harold E.
- Volume and crown characteristics of juvenile loblolly pine grown at various ratios of between and within row spacings
Britt, John R.; Reynolds, Jason P.
- Effect of application timing on efficacy of site preparation treatments using Chopper® GEN2™
Ezell, A.W.; Yeiser, J.L.; Lauer, D.K.; Quicke, H.E.
- Fifth-year pine growth response to woody release treatments in young loblolly plantations
Ezell, A.W.; Yeiser, J.L.; Nelson, L.R.
- Pine growth following chemical site prep and postplant herbaceous weed control compared to chemical site prep only
Lauer, Dwight K.; Quicke, Harold E.
- Control of unwanted hardwoods with June-applied Chopper® GEN2™ and Chopper® on five sites
Yeiser, Jimmie; Ezell, Andrew; Blazier, Michael
- Establishment trial of an oak-pine/soybean-corn-wheat alley-cropping system in the upper coastal plain of North Carolina
Stevenson, H.D.; Robison, D.J.; Cubbage, F.W.; Mueller, J.P.; Burton, M.G.; Gocke, M.H.
- Assessing potential genetic gains from varietal planting stock in loblolly pine plantations
Roberts, Scott D.; Rousseau, Randall J.; Herrin, B. Landis
- Regenerating shortleaf pine in clearcuts in the Missouri Ozark Highlands
Gwaze, David; Johanson, Mark
- Regeneration dynamics during oak decline with prescribed fire in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas
Spetich, Martin A.
- Regeneration in bottomland forest canopy gaps 6 years after variable retention harvests to enhance wildlife habitat
Twedt, Daniel J.; Somershoe, Scott G.
- Red maple (Acer rubrum) response to prescribed burning on the William B. Bankhead National Forest, Alabama
Clark, Stacy L.; Schweitzer, Callie Jo
- Predicting the regeneration of Appalachian hardwoods: adapting the REGEN model for the Appalachian Plateau
Vickers, Lance A.; Fox, Thomas R.; Loftis, David L.; Boucugnani, David A.
- Modeling the long-term effects of oak shelterwood regeneration treatments on species diversity and oak abundance in southern Appalachian forests of North Carolina
Keyser, Tara L.; Keyser, Chad E.
- A comparison of canopy structure measures for predicting height growth of underplanted seedlings
Lhotka, John M.; Loewenstein, Edward F.
- Effect of directed-spray glyphosate applications on survival and growth of planted oaks after three growing seasons
Self, Andrew B.; Ezell, Andrew W.; Moree, Josh L.; Thornton, Rory O.
- Nine-year performance of a variety of Populus taxa on an upland site in western Kentucky
Rousseau, Randall J.; Adams, Joshua P.; Wilkerson, David W.
- A comparison of tree shelters installed on green ash and cherrybark oak seedlings in Arkansas
Stuhlinger, H. Christoph
- A tree biomass and carbon estimation system
Schultz, Emily B.; Matney, Thomas G.; Grebner, Donald L.
- Results of a long-term thinning study in some natural, even-aged pine stands of the Midsouth
Bragg, Don C.
- Growth and stem form quality of clonal Pinus taeda following fertilization in the Virginia Piedmont
Stovall, Jeremy P.; Carlson, Colleen A.; Seiler, John R.; Fox, Thomas R.
- Site-specific forest management: matching genotypes and silviculture to optimize carbon sequestration
Tyree, Michael; Seiler, John; Maier, Chris
- Understory fuel variation at the Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge: a description of chemical and physical properties
Wenk, Evelyn S.; Wang, G. Geoff; Walker, Joan L.
- Short-term effects of fuel reduction treatments on soil mycorrhizal inoculum potential in beetle-killed stands
Stottlemyer, Aaron D.; Wang, G. Geoff; Waldrop, Thomas A.; Wells, Christina E.; Callaham, Mac A.
- Fuel dynamics across southern Appalachian landscapes
Gambrell, Horace E.; Waldrop, Thomas A.; Wang, G. Geoff; Callaham, Mac A.; Bridges, William C.
- Fuel-reduction treatments for restoration in eastern hardwoods: impacts on multiple ecosystem components
Waldrop, Thomas A.; Yaussy, Daniel A.; Boerner, Ralph E.J.; Greenberg, Cathryn H.; Simon, Dean M.
- Interest group opinions about fuel reduction in southern Appalachia
Vadala, Carin E.; Bixler, Robert D.; Waldrop, Thomas A.
- Erosion response of a harvested piedmont loblolly pine plantation in Alabama: preliminary results
Carter, Emily A.
- Evaluation of road approaches to four different types of stream crossings in the Virginia Piedmont
Carroll, Matthew B.; Aust, W. Michael; Dolloff, C. Andrew; Shaffer, Robert M.
- Influence of forest roads standards and networks on water yield as predicted by the distributed hydrology-soil-vegetation model
Dymond, Salli F.; Aust, W. Michael; Prisley, Steven P.; Eisenbies, Mark H.; Vose, James M.
- The effectiveness of streamside management zones in controlling nutrient fluxes following an industrial fertilizer application
Secoges, Joseph M.; Aust, W. Michael; Seiler, John R.
- Determination of field-effective soil properties in the tidewater region of North Carolina
Grace, J. McFero III; Skaggs, R.W.
- Using a GIS-based spot growth model and visual simulator to evaluate the effects of silvicultural treatments on southern pine beetle-infested stands
Chou, Chiao-Ying; Hedden, Roy L.; Song, Bo; Williams, Thomas M.
- Flooding effects on stand development in cypress-tupelo
Keim, Richard F.; Dean, Thomas J.; Chambers, Jim L.
- Increasing populations of Kentucky lady’s slipper orchid on the Kisatchie National Forest: seedling production and outplanting trials
Barnett, James; Sharp, Shannan; Allen, Kevin; Scott, Andy
- Thinning to improve growth, bole quality, and forest health in an Inonotus hispidus-infected, red oak-sweetgum stand in the Mississippi Delta: 10-year results
Meadows, James S.; Leininger, Theodor D.; Montwé, David; Nebeker, T. Evan
- Stream carbon dynamics in low-gradient headwaters of a forested watershed
Bryant-Mason, April; Xu, Y. Jun; Grace, Johnny M.
- Agroforestry planting design affects loblolly pine growth
- Conversion of an oak seed orchard to oak silvopasture
Connor, K.; Dimov, L.; Barlow, R.; Smith, M.; Kirkland, E.
- Intensive straw harvesting, fertilization, and fertilizer source affect nitrogen mineralization and soil labile carbon of a loblolly pine plantation
Ellum, K.; Liechty, H.O.; Blazier, M.A.
- Forested communities of the pine mountain region, Georgia, USA
Floyd, Robert; Carter, Robert
- The longest active thinned and pruned loblolly pine permanent plots: the last measurement
General, Denise R.; VanderSchaaf, Curtis L.; Zeide, B.
- Influence of forest road buffer zones on sediment transport in the Southern Appalachian Region
Grace, Johnny M.; Zarnoch, Stanley J.
- Developing equations for estimating tree component biomass for naturally regenerated shorteaf pine in southeast Oklahoma with application to biomass partitioning in thinned and unthinned stands
Gyawali, Nabin; Lynch, Thomas B.; Will, Rodney E.
- Effects of planting density and genotype on canopy size, canopy structure, and growth of 25-year-old loblolly pine stands in southeastern Oklahoma
Hennessey, Thomas C.; Will, Rodney E.; Lynch, Thomas B.; Heinemann, Robert; Holeman, Randal; Wilson, Dennis; Anderson, Keith; Campbell, Gregory
- Using existing growth models to predict RCW habitat development following site preparation: pitfalls of the process and potential growth response
Knapp, Benjamin O.; Walker, Joan L.
- Regenerating oak-dominated forests using irregular, gap-based silvicultural systems
Lhotka, John M.; Saunders, Michael R.; Kabrick, John M.; Dey, Daniel C.
- Development of volume equations using data obtained by upper stem dendrometry with Monte Carlo integration: preliminary results for eastern redcedar
Lynch, Thomas B.; Will, Rodney E.; Reynolds, Rider
- Diameter-height and crown relationships for loblolly pine from North Carolina and Oklahoma-Arkansas seed sources near the western edge of the natural range
Lynch, Thomas B.; Will, Rodney E.; Hennessey, Thomas C.; Heinemann, Robert; Holeman, Randal; Wilson, Dennis; Anderson, Keith; Campbell, Gregory
- Response to prescribed burning of 5-year-old hardwood regeneration on a mesic site in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
McNab, W. Henry; Berg, Erik C.; Oprean, Ted M. III
- Impact of rainfall on the moisture content of large woody fuels
Mohr, Helen H.; Waldrop, Thomas A.
- Occurrence and spread of nonnative invasive plants in stands treated with fire and/or mechanical treatments in the upper piedmont of South Carolina
Phillips, Ross J.; Waldrop, Thomas A.; Stottlemyer, Aaron D.
- Fuel loading following fuel-reduction treatments and impacts from natural disturbances
Phillips, Ross J.; Waldrop, Thomas A.
- Not all basal area is created equal: the influence of species and stand development on canopy cover of four common southern pines
Ray, David G.
- The health of loblolly pine stands at Fort Benning, GA
Ryu, Soung-Ryoul; Wang, G. Geoff; Walker, Joan L.
- Hydrologic influence on sediment transport of low-gradient, forested headwater streams in central Louisiana
Saksa, Philip; Xu, Yi Jun; Stich, Richard
- Forest landowner attitudes toward shortleaf pine restoration: results of nine Missouri focus groups
Scroggins, Heather; Gwaze, David; Baumer, Michele
- Land classification of the standing stone state forest and state park on the eastern highland rim in Tennessee: the interaction of geology, topography, and soils
Smalley, Glendon W.; McCowan, Carlie; Todd, S. David; Morrissey, Phillip M.; McBride, J. Andrew
- Growth ring response in shortleaf pine following glaze icing conditions in western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma
Stevenson, Douglas J.; Lynch, Thomas B.; Guldin, James M.
- Reineke’s stand density index: a quantitative and non-unitless measure of stand density
VanderSchaaf, Curtis L.
- Fuel loading in the Southern Appalachian Mountains may be a function of site quality and decomposition rates
Waldrop, Thomas A.; Brudnak, Lucy; Rideout-Hanzak, Sandra
- Effects of planting density and genotype on loblolly pine stands growing in the mountains of southeastern Oklahoma
Will, Rodney E.; Hennessey, Thomas C.; Lynch, Thomas B.; Heinemann, Robert; Holeman, Randal; Wilson, Dennis; Anderson, Keith; Campbell, Gregory
Description: Sixty-eight papers and seventeen posters address a range of issues affecting southern forests. Papers are grouped in 12 sessions that include pine silviculture session I, hardwood silviculture - intermediate treatment and stand development, longleaf pine; quantitative silviculture and economics, pine silviculture session II, hardwood regeneration, carbon and bioenergy, fire and fuels management, soils and water, and forest health.
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Guldin, James M., ed. 2013. Proceedings of the 15th biennial southern silvicultural research conference. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-GTR-175. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 585 p.
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