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Year
TitleAuthorsPrimary Station
2017 A United States national prioritization framework for tree species vulnerability to climate change Potter, Kevin M.; Crane, Barbara S.; Hargrove, William W.; SRS
2017 Adaptive response to land-use history and roost selection by Rafinesque’s big-eared bats Loeb, Susan C. SRS
2017 Areas of residential development in the southern Appalachian Mountains are characterized by low riparian zone nitrogen cycling and no increase in soil greenhouse gas emissions Baas, Peter; Knoepp, Jennifer D.; Markewitz, Daniel; Mohan, Jacqueline E.; SRS
2017 Banking on the future: progress, challenges and opportunities for the genetic conservation of forest trees Potter, Kevin M.; Jetton, Robert M.; Bower, Andrew; Jacobs, Douglass F.; Man, Gary; Hipkins, Valerie D.; Westwood, Murphy; SRS
2017 Climate variability drives population cycling and synchrony Pomara, Lars Y.; Zuckerberg, Benjamin; SRS
2017 Daily Landsat-scale evapotranspiration estimation over a forested landscape in North Carolina, USA, using multi-satellite data fusion Yang, Yun; Anderson, Martha C.; Gao, Feng; Hain, Christopher R.; Semmens, Kathryn A.; Kustas, William P.; Noormets, Asko; Wynne, Randolph H.; Thomas, Valerie A.; Sun, Ge; SRS
2017 Evaluating effectiveness and cost of time-lapse triggered camera trapping techniques to detect terrestrial squamate diversity Adams, Connor S.; Ryberg, Wade A.; Hibbitts, Toby J.; Pierce, Brian L.; Pierce, Josh B.; Rudolph, D. Craig; SRS
2017 Landscape heterogeneity reduces coyote predation on white-tailed deer fawns Gulsby, William D.; Kilgo, John C.; Vukovich, Mark; Martin, James A.; SRS
2017 Managed bumble bees (Bombus impatiens) (Hymenoptera: Apidae) caged with blueberry bushes at high density did not increase fruit set or fruit weight compared to open pollination Campbell, J. W.; O'Brien, J.; Irvin, J. H.; Kimmel, C. B.; Daniels, J. C.; Ellis, J. D.; SRS
2017 Plentern mit Kiefern--Ergebnisse aus den USA [Plentering with pines--results from the United States] Guldin, James M.; Bragg, Don C.; Zingg, Andreas; SRS
2017 Reanalysis of global terrestrial vegetation trends from MODIS products: Browning or greening? Zhang, Yulong; Song, Conghe; Band, Lawrence E.; Sun, Ge; Li, Junxiang; SRS
2017 Repeated burning alters the structure and composition of hardwood regeneration in oak-dominated forests of eastern Kentucky, USA Keyser, Tara L.; Arthur, Mary; Loftis, David L.; SRS
2017 Species pool, human population, and global versus regional invasion patterns Guo, Qinfeng; Iannone III, Basil V.; Nunez-Mir, Gabriela C.; Potter, Kevin M.; Oswalt, Christopher M.; Fei, Songlin; SRS
2017 Temporal changes in native-exotic richness correlations during early post-fire succession Guo, Qinfeng SRS
2017 The future demographic niche of a declining grassland bird fails to shift poleward in response to climate change McCauley, Lisa A.; Ribic, Christine A.; Pomara, Lars Y.; Zuckerberg, Benjamin; SRS
2017 Why have southern pine beetle outbreaks declined in the southeastern U.S. with the expansion of intensive pine silviculture? A brief review of hypotheses Asaro, Christopher; Nowak, John T.; Elledge, Anthony; SRS
2016 Effect of seedling stock on the early stand development and physiology of improved loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings Sharma, Shakuntala; Adams, Joshua P.; Schuler, Jamie L.; Ficklin, Robert L.; Bragg, Don C.; SRS
2016 Historical and contemporary environmental context for the Saline-Fifteen site (3BR119) Bragg, Don C.; Bragg, Hope A.; SRS
2016 Initial mortality rates and extent of damage to loblolly and longleaf pine plantations affected by an ice storm in South Carolina Bragg, Don C. SRS
2016 Occurrence of shortleaf x loblolly pine hybrids in shortleaf pine orchards: Implications for ecosystem restoration Stewart, John F.; Will, Rodney; Crane, Barbara S.; Nelson, C. Dana; SRS
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