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The survival and growth of shortleaf pine systems in the Missouri Ozarks : effects of competition, genetics, and site preparation
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
survival and growth rates of planted shortleaf pine relative to artificial and natural hardwoods, identify barriers to regeneration success, and develop tools for individual tree assessment. Data from three long-term studies in southeastern Missouri were...
Establishing pin oak reproduction in bottomland forests in southeastern Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
In pin oak (Quercus palustris Muenchh.) bottomland forests in southeast Missouri, we revisited clearcuts, shelterwood harvests, and controls within the Mingo Basin. Seventeen years later, we found significant changes, in both the change in basal...
Factors influencing upland oak advance reproduction in the Missouri Ozarks
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
in the Missouri Ozarks, we used regression models for estimating the advance reproduction density of red oaks, white oaks, and non-oaks. The abundance of red oak advance reproduction was smaller on northeast-facing slopes and inversely related to soil plant...
Restoring forest composition and structure of riparian corridors in the Missouri Ozarks
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
bottomland agricultural fields. These afforestation practices most often consist of planting bare-root tree seedlings of a select number of hardmast species and managing vegetation with a number of pre- and postemergent herbicides, or planting a perennial...