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Forest harvesting effects on soil temperature, moisture, and respiration in a bottomland hardwood forest
The effect of forest disturbance on C cycling has become an issue, given concerns about escalating atmospheric C content. We examined the effects of harvest intensity on in situ and laboratory
Afforestation of bottomland hardwoods in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley: Status and trends
The Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley (LMAV) originally supported at least 10 million ha of bottomland hardwood (BLH) forests. Many of these forests were wetlands and provided a diversity of values
Achieving Restoration Success: Myths in Bottomland Hardwood Forests
Restoration of bottomland hardwood forests is the subject of considerable interest in the southern United States, but restoration success is elusive. Techniques for establishing bottomland tree
An assessment of structural attributes and ecosystem function in restored Virginia coalfield streams
As human populations continue to grow, expanding energy needs enhance freshwater resource conservation challenges. Mining for coal has significantly altered the landscape in the United States’
Poultry litter application to loblolly pine forests: growth and nutrient containment.
Results show that application of poultry litter at moderate rates of approximately 5 Mg ha-1 to young stands of loblolly pine offers an alternative disposal option with minimal impacts to water quality and potential increases in tree growth.