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North Central Research Station

 
 

North Central
Research Station

202 Natural Resources
Columbia, MO 65211

(573) 875-5341

United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service.

Our Online Publications

[Photograph]:Wildlife Biologist holding a frogThe following is a partial list of Central Hardwood Publications.  All of our Station Series Publications are available - and we are working to provide our publications appearing in scientific journals as well.  Please check back often for new publications.  You can also check out our Knowledge Store for a more complete listing of North Central publications and products.



Results 201 - 210 of 217

TitleAuthorYear
Northern red oak regeneration after preherbicided clearcutting and shelterwood removal cutting. Johnson, Paul S.; Jacobs, Rodney D. 1981
Rabbits and Grasshoppers: Vectors of Endomycorrhizal Fungi on New Coal Mine Spoil Ponder, Felix Jr. 1980
Soil Structure and Mycorrhizae Encourage Black Walnut Growth on Old Fields Ponder, Felix Jr. 1979
Elm-ash-cottonwood forest type bibliography. Shifley, Stephen R; Brown, Kenneth M. 1978
Manager's handbook for black walnut. Schlesinger, Richard C; Funk, David T. 1977
Manager's handbook for oaks in the north-central states. Sander, Ivan L. 1977
Predicting oak stump sprouting and sprout development in the Missouri Ozarks. Johnson, Paul S. 1977
A guide for evaluating the adequacy of oak advance reproduction. Sander, Ivan L.; Johnson, Paul S.; Watt, Richard F. 1976
Eight-year performance of interplanted hardwoods in southern Wisconsin oak clearcuts. Johnson, Paul S. 1976
Sixteen years of selection silviculture in upland hardwood stands. Schlesinger, Richard C. 1976

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