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Development And Testing Of A Multi-Resource Landscape-Scale Ecological Indicator: Forest Fragmentation, Structure, and Distribution Relative to Topography
Grant Number R826598
RFA: Ecological Indicators (1998)
Journal Article (7)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Chastain Jr. RA, Currie WS, Townsend PA. Carbon sequestration and nutrient cycling implications of the evergreen understory layer in Appalachian forests. Forest Ecology and Management 2006;231(1-3):63-77. R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Chastain RA, Townsend PA. Use of Landsat ETM and topographic data to characterize evergreen understory communities in Appalachian deciduous forests. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 2007;73(5):563-575. R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Chastain RA, Townsend PA. Role of evergreen understory shrub layer in the forests of the central Appalachian Highlands. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 2008;135(2):208-223. R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Seagle SW, Sturtevant BR. Forest productivity predicts invertebrate biomass and ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapillus) reproduction in Appalachian landscapes. Ecology 2005;86(6):1531-1539. R826598 (2002)
R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Comparing estimates of forest site quality in old second-growth oak forests. Forest Ecology and Management 2004;191(1-3):311-328. R826598 (2002)
R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Food availability for forest interior songbirds in the central Appalachians: the role of topography. Landscape Ecology. R826598 (2001)
R826598 (2002)
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Journal Article Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW, Townsend PA, Chasstain RC. Forest songbird diversity, density, and fledging success as a function of topography and forest productivity in western Maryland. Ecological Applications. R826598 (2001)
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