Forest Natural Disturbances
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Hursh, C.R., F.W. Haasis. 1931. Effects of 1925 summer drought on southern Appalachian hardwoods. Ecology, 12:380-386.
Barden, L.S. 1981. Forest development in canopy gaps of a diverse hardwood forest of the southern Appalachian mountains. Oikos, 37-2:205-209.
Frelich, L.E., C.G. Lorimer. 1991. Natural disturbance regimes in Hemlock-hardwood forests of the upper Great Lakes region. Ecological Monographs, 61-2:145-164.
Phillips, D.L., D.J. Shure. 1990. Patch-size effects on early succession in southern Appalachian forests. Ecological Society of America, 71-1:204-212.
Foster, D.R., E.R. Boose. 1992. Patterns of forest damage resulting from catastrophic wind in central New England, USA. Journal of Ecology, 80-1:79-98.
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Lorimer, C.G. 1989. Relative effects of small and large disturbances on temperate hardwood forest structure. Ecological Society of America, 70-3:565-567.
Melancon, S., M.J. Lechowicz. 1987. Differences in the damage caused by glaze ice on codominant Acer saccharum and Fagus grandifolia. Canadian Journal of Botany, 65:1157-1159.
Rhoads, A.G., S.P. Hamburg, T.J. Fahey, T.G. Siccama, E.N. Hane, J. Battles, C. Cogbill, J. Randall, G. Wilson. 2002. Effects on an intense ice storm on the structure of a northern hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 32:1763-1775.
Rebertus, A.J., S.R. Shifley, R.H. Richards, L.M. Roovers. 1997. Ice storm damage to an old-growth oak-hickory forest in Missouri. American Midland Naturalist, 137-1:48-61.
Lafon, C.W. 2004. Ice-storm disturbance and long-term forest dynamics in the Adirondack Mountains. Journal of Vegetation Science, 15-2:267-276.