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Eastern Threat Center researchers and cooperating scientists have authored and co-authored numerous publications describing research that supports natural resource management and decision making. Select a title to read the publication, or use the search feature to find publications by author, title, or keyword.

2018

Publication A subcontinental analysis of forest fragmentation effects on insect and disease invasion
Publication Alterations in leaf nitrogen metabolism indicated the structural changes of subtropical forest by canopy addition of nitrogen
Publication An improved water budget for the El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico, as determined by the Water Supply Stress Index model
Publication Automated geospatial models of varying complexities for pine forest evapotranspiration estimation with advanced data mining
Publication Bulk deposition of base cationic nutrients in China's forests: Annual rates and spatial characteristics
Publication Burned forests impact water supplies
Publication Characterizing the dynamics of cone production for longleaf pine forests in the southeastern United States
Publication Climate-Forest-Water-People Relations: Seven System Delineations
Publication Cold tolerance and invasive potential of the redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus) in the eastern United States
Publication Correspondence: reply to ‘Flawed assumptions compromise water yield assessment’
Publication Cultural Dimensions of Nontimber Forest Products
Publication Current and Future Perspectives on Forest-Water Goods and Services
Publication Current perspectives on sustainable forest management: North America
Publication Delaying conservation actions matters for species vulnerable to climate change
Publication Determinants of the Forest-Water Relationship
Publication Do United States protected areas effectively conserve forest tree rarity and evolutionary distinctiveness?
Publication Dominant forest tree mycorrhizal type mediates understory plant invasions
Publication Drought and thinning have limited impacts on evapotranspiration in a managed pine plantation on the southeastern United States coastal plain
Publication Drought and thinning have limited impacts on evapotranspiration in a managed pine plantation on the southeastern United States coastal plain
Publication Ecohydrological processes explain urban dry island effects in a wet region, southern China
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