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STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF OLD‐GROWTH, MATURING, AND PARTIALLY CUT NORTHERN HARDWOOD FORESTS
Live tree diameter distributions, and abundance and quality of standing and downed coarse woody debris (CWD), were compared among three northern hardwood stand types in the Adirondack Mountains ofExpand
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Introducing the CTA concept
The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) is a new observatory for very high-energy (VHE) gamma rays. CTA has ambitions science goals, for which it is necessary to achieve full-sky coverage, to improve theExpand
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Pathogens, Patterns, and Processes in Forest EcosystemsPathogens influence and are influenced by forest development and landscape characteristics
lthough pathogens are regarded as agents responsible for the specific dynamics of natural forest communities (Dickman 1992, Dinoor and Eshed 1984, Haack and Byler 1993, van der Kamp 1991), they haveExpand
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Tree dynamics in an old-growth, deciduous forest
Abstract In 1926, all trees (⩾ 10.2 cm dbh) were measured, tagged and mapped in a 20.6 ha, old-growth oak forest within the extensively farmed Tipton Till Plain of Indiana. All trees (⩾ 10.0 cm dbh)Expand
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Community characteristics and vegetation management of Karner blue butterfly (Lycaeides melissa samuelis) habitats on rights-of-way in east-central New York, USA
Lupinus perennis L. (blue lupine) and associated nectar species represent critical habitat for the endangered, federally listed Lycaeides melissa samuelis Nabokov (Karner blue butterfly), and existExpand
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Harlow & Harrar's textbook of dendrology
1 Introduction 2 Classification 3 Nomenclature 4 Identification 5 Variation 6 Habitat, Range, and Communities 7 Vegetative and Reproductive Morphology 8 Pinophyta (Gymnosperms) 9 MagnoliophytaExpand
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Maintaining Critical Habitat in a Heavily Managed Landscape: Effects of Power Line Corridor Management on Karner Blue Butterfly (Lycaeides melissa samuelis) Habitat
The Karner blue butterfly (KBB) (Lycaeides melissa samuelis), a federally listed species, has historically been a component of barren and savannah ecosystems in the northeastern and midwestern UnitedExpand
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Linking landscape properties to local hydrogeologic gradients and plant species occurrence in minerotrophic fens of New York State, USA: A Hydrogeologic Setting (HGS) framework
We present a Hydrogeologic Setting (HGS) framework and the results of subsequent field evaluation for minerotrophic fens throughout New York State, USA. HGS uses a hierarchical approach to linkExpand
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Environmental influences on plant species composition in ground-water seeps in the Catskill Mountains of New York
Ground-water seeps in the Catskill Mountains are important water sources for streams and often have different chemistry than nearby surface water. Many studies have shown correlations between waterExpand
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