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Silviculture 2017: The References

June 14, 2017

Bohn

Beland and Chicoine. 2013. Tolerant hardwood natural regeneration 15 years after various silivcultural treatments in northwester New Brunswick. Forestry chronicle 89: 512-524

Bohn and Nyland. 2003. Forecasting development of understory beech after partial cutting in uneven-aged northern hardwood stands. For Ecol Mngt 180: 453-461.

Cale et al. 2017. Beech bark disease in NA: over a century of research. For Ecol Mngt 394: 86-103

Canham, C.D., 1988. Growth and canopy architecture of shade tolerant trees: response to canopy gaps. Ecol 69 (3), 786–795.

Garneau et al. 2012. Potential effects of beech bark disease on small mammals and invertebrates in northeastern US forests. Northeast. Nat. 19: 391–410.

Geinke, L.M. 2014. Beech bark disease: spatial patterns of thicket formation and disease spread in an aftermath forest in the northeastern United States. CJFR 44: 1042-1050.

Gottesman and Keeton. 2017. Regeneration responses to management for old growth characteristics in northern hardwood-conifer forests. Forests 8, 45; doi:10.3390/f8020045

Holleran, R. 2016. Rehabilitation Silviculture. Sawmills & Woodlots Oct/Nov 2016: 28-31

Kochenderfer et al. 2004. Preharvest manual herbicide treatments for controlling American beech in West Virginia. NJAF 21(1): 40-49

Houston, D.R. 1975. Beech bark disease: the aftermath forests are structured for a new outbreak. JOF: 660-663

Kochenderfer et al. 2013. Extending the time interval for applying herbicide in cut-stump treatments of American Beech.
NJAF 30: 118-124.

Leak, W. 2006. Fifty years of impacts of the beech bark disease in the Bartlett Exp Forest, NH. NJAF 23: 141-143

McCaskill and Morin. 2012. Beech status in New England’s aftermath forests. USFS pub GTR-NRS-P-105

Morin et al. 2007. Spread of beech bark disease in the eastern United States and its relationship to regional forest composition. CJFR 37: 726-736

Nyland, R. 2008. Origin of small understory beech in New Your northern hardwood statnds. NJAF 25(3): 161-16

Lussier

METHOD

Meek, P. et Lussier, J.M. 2008. Trials of partial cuts in heterogeneous forests using the multiple-treatment approach. FPInnovations/FERIC. Avantage, Vol.10, No.2.

Lussier, J.M., and Meek, P. 2014. Managing heterogeneous stands using a multiple treatment irregular shelterwood method. Journal of Forestry 112(3): 287–295.

RESULTS

Allard, E. et Gauthier, P. 2010. Documentation de la coupe multitraitement dans les peuplements de densité C et D (CMCD). Service de l'innovation et de l'expérimentation, Coopérative forestière des Hautes Laurentides, Mont

Laurier.Cabrera,P. Pascual,.J. Lussier, J.M. et Gauthier, P. 2012. L’application du système des coupes progressives par une approche multitraitement pour l’aménagement des peuplements feuillus irréguliers de faible densité: Évaluation des effets de la coupe progressive irrégulière en mode multitraitement sept ans après traitement. Coopérative forestière des Hautes Laurentides, Mont-Laurier.

IMPACT ON ALLOWABLE CUT

Allard, E., Lussier, E. et Gauthier, P. 2010. Élaboration de la stratégie d'aménagement forestier intégré et développement d'outils d'aide à la décision. Service de l'innovation et de l'expérimentation, Coopérative forestières des Haute-Laurentides, Mont-Laurier.

McNulty

Cale, J., S. McNulty, S. Teale and J. Castello. 2013. The impact of beech thickets on northern hardwood forest biodiversity. Biological Invasions 15:699-706.

Costello, C.1992.Black bear habitat ecology in the central Adirondacks as related to food abundance and forest management.M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 165 pp.

Elowe, K.D. and W.E. Dodge. 1989 Factors affecting black bear reproductive success and cub survival. Journal of Wildlife Management 53:962-968.

Hane, E.N. 2003. Indirect effects of beech bark disease on sugar maple seedling survival. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:807-813.

Jakubas, W. J., C. R. McLaughlin, P. G. Jensen, and S. A. McNulty. 2005. Alternate year beechnut production and its influence on bear and marten populations. Pages 79-87 in Evans, C.A., J.A. Lucas, and M.J. Twery, eds. Beech Bark Disease: Proceedings of the Beech Bark Disease Symposium. General Technical Report NE-331. Newtown Square, PA. USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 149pp.

Jensen, P.G., C.L. Demers, S.A. McNulty, W. Jakubas, and M.M. Humphries. 2012. Marten and fisher responses to fluctuations in prey populations and mast crops in the northern hardwood forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:489-502. DOI:10.1002/jwmg.322

LaMere, C. R., S. A. McNulty and J. E. Hurst. 2013. Human-black bear conflicts are related to mast production in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. Proceedings of the Eastern Black Bear Workshop 2011.

McNulty, S. A. and R. D. Masters. 2005. Changes to the Adirondack forest: Implications of beech bark disease on forest structure and seed production. Pages 52-57 in Evans, C.A., J.A. Lucas, and M.J. Twery, eds. Beech Bark Disease: Proceedings of the Beech Bark Disease Symposium. General Technical Report NE-331. Newtown Square, PA. USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 149pp.

Mott, E. 1901. The Extinct Passenger Pigeon.The New York Times Published August 18 1901.

Thompson, J. R., D. N. Carpenter, C. V. Cogbill, and D. R. Foster. 2013. Four Centuries of Change in Northeastern United States Forests. B. Bond-Lamberty, editor. PLoS ONE 8:e72540.

Munsell

Brinckman, M.D. and J.F. Munsell. 2012. Disproportionality, social marketing, and biomass availability: A case study of VA and NC family forests. North J. Appl. For. 368(2):85-91.

Butler, B.J.; M. Tyrrell; G. Feinberg; S. VanManen; L. Wiseman; S. Wallinger. 2007. Understanding and reaching family forest owners: Lessons from social marketing research. J. For. 105(7): 348–357.

Egan, A., S.B. Jones. 1993. Do landowner practices reflect beliefs? Implications of an extension-research partnership. J. For. 91(1):39–45.

Fajvan, M.A., S.T. Grushecky, and CC. Hasler. 1998. The effects of harvesting practices on West Virginia’s wood supply. J. For. 96(5):33-39.

Jones, S.B., A.E Luloff, and J.C. Finely. 1995. Another look at NIPFs: Facing our “myths”. J. For.

Munsell, J.F. and R.H. Germain. 2007. Woody biomass energy: An opportunity for silviculture on nonindustrial private forestlands in New York. J. For. 105(8):398-402.

Munsell, J.F. , R.H. Germain, and I.A. Munn. 2008. A tale of two forests: Case study comparisons of sustained yield management on Mississippi and New York NIPFs. J. For. 106(8):431-439.

Maker, N.F., R.H. Germain, and N.M. Anderson. 2014. Working woods: A case study of sustainable forest management on family forests. J. For. 112(4):371-380.

Munsell, J.F., R. Hamilton, and A. Downing. 2009.Prospective scope of forest management education and James Madison’s Montpelier. J. Nat. Res. Life Sci. Ed. 38:198-203.

Munsell, J.F., R.H. Germain, V.A. Luzadis, and E. Bevilacqua. 2009. Owner intentions, previous harvests, and future timber yield. N.orth J. Appl. For. 60(2):374-381.

Nyland, R.D. 1992. Exploitation and greed in the eastern hardwood forests. J. For. 90(1):33-37.

Polys, N.F., P.M. Sforza, W.C. Hession, and J.F. Munsell. 2016. Extensible Experiences: Fusality for Stream and Field. In: Proceedings of the 21th International Conference on 3D Web Technology (Web3D '16). ACM, New York, NY, USA.

Oswalt, S.N. and W.B. Smith. 2014. U.S. Forest Resource Facts and Historical Trends.. USDA FS-1035. 63p.

E.J., J.E. Leahy, A.R. Weiskittel, C.L. Noblet, and D.B. Kittredge. 2015. An evidence-based review of timber harvesting behavior among private woodland owners. J. For. 113(5):490-499.

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Stout

Bashant, A.L., R.D. Nyland, H.M. Engelman, K.K. Bohn, J.M. Verostek, P.J. Donoso, and R.L. Nissen Jr. 2005. The Role of Interfering Plants in Regenerating Hardwood Stands of Northeastern North America. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Miscellaneous Publication 753. Maine CFRU

Donoso, P.J., and R.D. Nyland. 2006. Interference to hardwood regeneration in Northeastern North America: The effects of raspberries (Rubus spp.) following clearcutting and shelterwood methods. North. J. Appl. For.:23(4):288-296. Ingenta | ResearchGate

Engelman, H.M. and R.D. Nyland. 2006. Interference to hardwood regeneration in Northeastern North America: Assessing and countering fern interference. North. J. Appl. For.: 23(3):166-175. Ingenta | ResearchGate | Academia.edu

Nyland, R.D., A.L. Bashant, K.K. Bohn, and J.M. Verostek. 2006. Interference to hardwood regeneration in Northeastern North America: Ecologic characteristics of American beech, striped maple, and hobblebush. North. J. Appl. For.: 23(1):53-61. Ingenta | ResearchGate

Nyland, R.D., A.L. Bashant, K.K. Bohn, and J.M. Verostek. 2006. Interference to hardwood regeneration in Northeastern North America: Controlling effects of American beech, striped maple, and hobblebush. North. J. Appl. For.: 23(2):122-132. Ingenta | ResearchGate

Nyland, R. D., A.L. Bashant, E.F. Heitzman, and J.M. Verostek. 2007. Interference to Hardwood Regeneration in Northeastern North America: Pin Cherry and Its Effects. North. J. Appl. For.: 24(1):52-60. Ingenta | ResearchGate

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