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- Status and trends for the U.S. forest products sector: a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2020 RPA Assessment
Brandeis, Consuelo; Taylor, Marcus; Abt, Karen L.; Alderman, Delton; Buehlmann, Urs.
- Estimation of Forest Disturbance from Retrospective Observations in a Broad-Scale Inventory
Coulston, John W.; Edgar, Christopher B.; Westfall, James A.; Taylor, Marcus E.
- Combined effects of urbanization and climate change on watershed evapotranspiration at multiple spatial scales
Fang, Di; Hao, Lu; Cao, Zhen; Huang, Xiaolin; Qin, Mengsheng; Hu, Jichao; Liu, Yongqiang; Sun, Ge.
- The development of a Southern Appalachian Mountain fuels photo series
Coates, T. Adam; Waldrop, Thomas A.; Mohr, Helen H.; Hutchinson, Todd F.
- Management of longleaf pine ecosystems: can soil map units improve evaluations of soil change?
Stockton, Jenna Christine; Schmidt, John Paul; Wallace, Dan; Callaham, Mac; Markewitz, Daniel.