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Title: Southern forest science: past, present, and future
Author: Rauscher, H. Michael; Johnsen, Kurt eds.
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-75. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 394 p.
- A history of southern forest science, management, and sustainability issues
Rauscher, H. Michael
- Southern forests: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow
Sampson, R. Neil
- Southern forest resource conditions and management practices from 1900-1950: Benefits of research
Barnett, James P.
- Southern forest resource conditions and management practices from 1950-2000: Benefits of research
Siry, Jacek P.
- The southern forest resource assessment: What we learned
Wear, David N.; Greis, John G.
Fox, Thomas R.; Hicks, Ray R. Jr.
- Silviculture and management strategies applicable to southern hardwoods
Hicks, Ray R. Jr.; Conner, William H.; Kellison, Robert C.; Van Lear, David
- The evolution of pine plantation silviculture in the Southern United States
Fox, Thomas R.; Jokela, Eric J.; Allen, H. Lee
- Reproduction cutting methods for naturally regenerated pine stands in the south
Guldin, James M.
- The role of genetics and tree improvement in southern forest productivity
Schmidtling, Ronald C.; Robison, T.L.; McKeand, S.E.; Rousseau, R.J.; Allen, H.L.; Goldfarb, B.
- Forest mensuration with remote sensing: A retrospective and a vision for the future
Wynne, Randolph H.
- Healthy forests in the South: Challenges for the 21st century
Leininger, Theodor D.; Reams, Gregory A.
- Restoration of southern ecosystems
Stanturf, John A.; Gardiner, Emile S.; Outcalt, Kenneth; Conner, William H.; Guldin, James M.
- Advances in the control and management of the southern pine bark beetles
Nebeker, T. Evan
- The impact and control of major southern forest diseases
Wilson, A. Dan; Leininger, Theodor D.; Otrosina, William J.; Dwinell, L. David; Schiff, Nathan M.
- Monitoring the sustainability of the Southern forest
Reams, Gregory A.; Clark, Neil; Chamberlain, James
- Water and soils
Trettin, Carl C.
- Influences of management of Southern forests on water quantity and quality
Sun, Ge; Riedel, Mark; Jackson, Rhett; Kolka, Randy; Amatya, Devendra; Shepard, Jim
- Policy, uses, and values
Cordell, H. Ken
- Forest values and attitudes in the South: Past and future research
Tarrant, Michael A.; Hull, R. Bruce IV
- Nonindustrial forest landowner research: A synthesis and new directions
Amacher, Gregory S.; Conway, M. Christine; Sullivan, J.
- Recreation and nontimber forest products
Cordell, H. Ken; Chamberlain, James L.
- Timber market research, private forests, and policy rhetoric
Wear, David N.; Prestemon, Jeffrey P.
- Biodiversity and Southern forests
Linder, Eric T.
- Population viability as a measure of forest sustainability
Linder, Eric T.; Klaus, Nathan A.; Buehler, David A.
- Responses of Southeastern amphibians and reptiles to forest management: A review
Russell, Kevin R.; Wigley, T. Bently; Baughman, William M.; Hanlin, Hugh G.; Ford, W. Mark
- Monitoring tree secies diversity over large spatial and temporal scales
Rosson, James F. Jr.; Amundsen, Clifford C.
- Population growth and the decline of natural Southern yellow pine forests
South, David B.; Buckner, Edward R.
- Overview of global climate change and carbon sequestration
- Implications of global climate change for Southern forests: Can we separate fact from fiction?
Gucinski, Hermann; Neilson, Ron; McNulty, Steve
- Carbon Sequestration in loblolly pine plantations: Methods, limitations, and research needs for estimating storage pools
Johnsen, Kurt; Teskey, Bob; Samuelson, Lisa; Butnor, John; Sampson, David; Sanchez, Felipe; Maier, Chris; McKeand, Steve
Description: Southern forests provide innumerable benefits. Forest scientists, managers, owners, and users have in common the desire to improve the condition of these forests and the ecosystems they support. A first step is to understand the contributions science has made and continues to make to the care and management of forests. This book represents a celebration of past accomplishments, summarizes the current state of knowledge, and creates a vision for the future of southern forestry research and management. Chapters are organized into seven sections: "Looking Back," "Productivity," "Forest Health," "Water and Soils," "Socioeconomic," "Biodiversity," and "Climate Change." Each section is preceded by a brief introductory chapter. Authors were encouraged to focus on the most important aspects of their topics; citations are included to guide readers to further information.
Keywords: biodiversity, climate change, forest health, forest history, productivity, socioeconomics, soil, water
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Rauscher, H. Michael; Johnsen, Kurt, eds. 2004. Southern forest science: past, present, and future. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-75. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 394 p.
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