Mapping Land-Use Change and Monitoring the Impacts of Hardwood- to-Pine Conversion on the Southern Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee

@inproceedings{McGrath2004MappingLC,
  title={Mapping Land-Use Change and Monitoring the Impacts of Hardwood- to-Pine Conversion on the Southern Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee},
  author={Deborah A. McGrath and Jonathan P. Evans and Councilor Ken Smith and David G. Haskell and Neil W. Pelkey and Robert R. Gottfried and Charles D. Brockett and Matthew D. Lane and Emmanuel D. Williams},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract Over the past two decades, forests in the southeastern United States have undergone dramatic changes as the result of urban sprawl and conversion to intensively managed pine plantations. The Cumberland Plateau, an important ecoregion in the southeastern United States, contains some of the largest remaining tracts of privately owned, native hardwood forest in North America. These ecologically important forests have been undergoing increasingly rapid rates of hardwood-to-pine conversion… CONTINUE READING

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