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Central Hardwood Notes
Table of Contents

 

Subject

Title

Author

Note No.

       

The Central Hardwood Forest 

 

The Central Hardwood Forest

F. Bryan Clark

1.01

 

Central Hardwood Forest Types

Ivan L. Sander and Burnell C. Fischer

1.02


Silviculture, Genetic, and Ecological Concepts and Principles
 

 

Ecological Principles: Climate, Physiography, Soil, and Vegetation

George R. Parker and George T. Weaver

2.01

 

Genetic Principles

Ronald P. Overton and David T. Funk

2.02

 

Forest Regulation Methods and Silvicultural Systems: What Are They

Ivan L. Sander and Burnell C. Fischer

2.03

 

Choosing a Silvicultural System

H. Clay Smith and Gary G. Naughton

2.04

 

Silvicultural Systems for Oak-Hickory and Oak-Pine

Ivan L. Sander

2.05

 

Silvicultural Systems for Bottomland Hardwoods

Robert L. Johnson

2.06

 

Silvicultural Systems for Harvesting Mixed Hardwood Stands

H. Clay Smith and Ivan L. Sander

2.07


Regeneration, Natural and Artificial
 

 

Principles of Natural Regeneration

Paul S. Johnson

3.01

 

Assessing Regeneration Potential

Ivan L. Sander

3.02

 

How to Assess the Oak Regeneration Potential in the Missouri Ozarks

Ivan L. Sander

3.03

 

Treatments to Encourage Natural Regeneration

David L. Loftis

3.04

 

Seeding and Planting Hardwoods

J.W. Van Sambeek and Robert D. Williams

3.05

 

Seeding and Planting Upland Oaks

Paul S. Johnson

3.06

 

Planting Bottomland Hardwoods

Karl Tennant

3.07

 

Seeding and Planting Walnut

Walter F. Beineke and James Jones

3.08

 

Planting Yellow-Poplar, White Ash, Black Cherry, and Black Locust

Robert D. Williams and Calvin F. Bey

3.09

 

Seeding and Planting Pines

Ralph E. Willard and L. Max Schmollinger

3.10


Site Quality

 

The Importance of Site Quality

David L. Graney

4.01

 

Measuring Site Index in the Central Hardwood Region

Robert A. McQuilkin

4.02

 

Forest Site Classification in the Interior Uplands

Glendon W. Smalley

4.03


Forest Growth and Yield

 

Introduction to Forest Growth and Yield

John W. Moser, Jr.

5.01

 

Stocking Chart for Upland Central Hardwoods

Martin E. Dale and Donald E. Hilt

5.02

 

Estimating Oak Growth and Yield

Martin E. Dale and Donald E. Hilt

5.03

 

Estimating Growth and Yield of Mixed Stands

Stephen R. Shifley and Burnell C. Fischer

5.04

 

Estimating Bottomland Hardwood Growth and Yield

Charles C. Myers

5.05

 

Estimating Yellow-Poplar Growth and Yield

Donald E. Beck

5.06

 

Estimating Black Walnut Plantation Growth and Yield

Richard C. Schlesinger

5.07

 

Estimating Pine Growth and Yield

Paul A. Murphy

5.08

 

Short-Rotation Plantations

Phillip E. Pope and Jeffrey O. Dawson

5.09

 

Growth and Yield Models for Central Hardwoods

Martin E. Dale and Donald E. Hilt

5.10


Managing Stands

 

Principles of Managing Stands

David A. Marquis and Rodney Jacobs

6.01

 

Improving Quality and Value of Future Harvests

Larry R. Frye

6.02

 

Silviculture Treatments in Sapling Stands

Neil I. Lamson

6.03

 

Response of Sapling Stands to Cultural Treatment

H. Clay Smith

6.04

 

Silvicultural Treatments in Immature Stands

Richard C. Schlesinger

6.05

 

Thinning Even-aged Upland Oak Stands

Donald E. Hilt and Martin E. Dale

6.06

 

Managing Mature, Even-aged Stands

Ivan L. Sander and H. Clay Smith

6.07

 

Managing Uneven-aged Stands

Jay R. Law and Craig G. Lorimer

6.08

 

Pruning Central Hardwoods

Richard C. Schlesinger and Alex L. Shigo

6.09

 

Individual Tree Control

Harvey A. Holt

6.10

 

Fertilizing Natural Stands

L.R. Auchmoody

6.11

 

Thinning Sprout Clumps

Robert Rogers and Paul S. Johnson

6.12

 

Wild Grapevine Management

H. Clay Smith

6.13

 

Using Silviculture to Minimize Gypsy Moth Impact

Kurt W. Gottschalk

6.14


Economics

 

Economic Considerations of Managing Stands

Gary W. Miller

7.01

 

Investment Decision Criteria

William L. Hoover and J. Michael Vasievich

7.02

 

Grading Hardwood Trees

Robert L. Brisbin

7.03

 

Let the Market Help Prescribe Forest Management Practices

Gary W. Zinn and Edward Pepke

7.04

 

Computer Models for Economic and Silvicultural Decisions

Rosalie J. Ingram

7.05


Damaging Agents and Protection

 

Deer Damage in Central Hardwoods: A Potential Problem

Nancy G. Tilghman and David A. Marquis

8.01

 

Logging Damage

Ralph D. Nyland

8.02

 

Appraising Fire Effects

Robert M. Loomis

8.03

 

Oak Wilt

Robert Lewis Jr.

8.04

 

Elm Diseases

John W. Peacock

8.05

 

Sycamore Diseases

F.I. McCracken

8.06

 

Trunk Decays

Alex L. Shigo

8.07

 

Root Rots

Kathryn Robbins and Philip M. Wargo

8.08

 

Reducing Borer Damage in Oak Regeneration and Sawtimber

Jimmy R. Galford

8.09

 

Gypsy Moth

William Wallner

8.10

 

Forest Insect Defoliators

Philip T. Marshall

8.11

 

Oak Decline

Kenneth J. Kessler, Jr. and David R. Houston

8.12

 

Diagnosing Forest Vegetation for Air Pollution Injury

Keith F. Jensen

8.13

 

Grazing in Central Hardwood Forests

Robert A. McQuilkin and Harold Scholten

8.14


Wildlife Habitat

 

Principles of Wildlife Habitat Management

Ernie P. Wiggers

9.01

 

Wildlife Habitat Evaluation

James M. Sweeney

9.02

 

Treating Seedling and Sapling stands for Wildlife

Edwin D. Michael

9.03

 

Treating Immature stands for Wildlife

William M. Healy and Garry F. Houf

9.04

 

Treating Mature Stands for Wildlife

William M. Healy and Garry F. Houf

9.05

 

Enhancing Wildlife Habitat When Regenerating Stands

Frank R. Thompson, III and Erik K. Fritzell

9.06

 

Stand Size, Distribution and Rotation Length for Forest Wildlife

Steven E. Backs and Russel R. Titus

9.07

 

Logging Roads and Log Decks for a Wildlife Habitat

William M. Healy

9.08

 

Stream Corridor Management

Richard E. Wehnes

9.09

 

Site Preparation for Wildlife

Ralph W. Dimmick

9.10

 

Wildlife Openings

William M. Healy

9.11

 

Mast Importance, Production, and Management

Harmon P. Weeks, Jr.

9.12

 

Planting for Wildlife

Samuel B. Kirby, Claude L. Ponder, and Donald J. Smith

9.13


Recreation and Visual Quality

 

Planning and Managing Recreational Opportunities on Large Ownerships

William E. Hammitt

10.01

 

Planning and Managing Recreational Opportunities on Small Ownerships

John H. Burde

10.02

 

Visual Management of Central Hardwoods

J.E. Smith and J.F. Kuhr

10.03


Watershed Management

 

Factors Influencing Water Resources

Edwin R. Lawson and George B. Coltharp

11.01

 

Management Practices and Water Quality

Edwin R. Lawson and Carl D. Settergren

11.02

 

Forest Access Roads

James N. Kochenderfer and J. D. Helvey

11.03

 

Grazing Effects on Soils and Water

James H. Patric

11.04


Appendices

 

Pesticide Precautionary Statement

   
 

Index of Common and Scientific Names

   
       

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