Forest Debris

Forest Debris

Chojnacky, D.C., T.M. Schuler. 2004. Amounts of down woody materials for mixed-oak forests in Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 28-2:113-117.

Goodburn, J.M., C.G. Lorimer. 1998. Cavity trees and coarse woody debris in old-growth and managed northern hardwood forests in Wisconsin and Michigan. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 28:427-438.

Lee, P.C., S. Crites, M. Nietfeld, H.V. Nguyen, J. B. Stelfox. 1997. Characteristics and origins of deadwood material in Aspen-dominated boreal forests. Ecological Applications, 7-2:691-701.

Woodall, C.W., L.M. Nagel. 2007. Downed woody fuel loading dynamics of a large-scale blowdown in northern Minnesota, U.S.A. Forest Ecology and Management, 274:194-199.

Sippola, A.L., T. Lehesvirta, P. Renvall. 2001. Effects of selective logging on coarse woody debris and diversity of wood-decaying polypores in eastern Finland. Ecological Bulletins, 49:243-254.

Knapp, E.E., J.E. Keeley, E.A. Ballenger, T.J. Brennan. 2005. Fuel reduction and coarse woody debris dynamics with early season and late season prescribed fire in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 208:383-397.

Muller, R.N., 2003. Landscape patterns of change in coarse woody debris accumulation in an old-growth deciduous forest on the Cumberland Plateau, southeastern Kentucky. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33:763-769.

Scheff, R., 1973. Nitrogen fixation in decaying chestnut logs. Plant and soil: international journal of plant nutrition, plant chemistry, soil microbiology and soil-born plant diseases, 39:445-448.

Swift, J.M. 1977. The roles of fungi and animals in the immobilization and release of nutrient elements from decomposing branch-wood. Ecological Bulletins, 25:193-202.

Crawford, R.H., C.Y. Li, M. Floyd. 1997. Nitrogen fixation in root-colonized large woody residue of Oregon coastal forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 92:229-234.