The effects of three regeneration harvest methods on plant diversity and soil characteristics in the southern Appalachians. Elliott, K. & Knoepp, J. D. Forest Ecology and Management, 2005.
The effects of three regeneration harvest methods on plant diversity and soil characteristics in the southern Appalachians. [pdf]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
We evaluated the effects of three regeneration harvest methods on plant diversity and soil resource availability in mixed hardwood ecosystems. The study area is in the Wine Spring Creek watershed on the Nantahala National Forest of the Southern Appalachian Mountains in western North Carolina. The regeneration treatments were: an irregular, two-aged shelterwood cut (2A), with 5.0 m2/ha residual basal area; a shelterwood cut (SW), with 9.0 m2/ha residual basal area; a group selection cut (GS), with 0.10
@article{elliott_effects_2005-1,
	title = {The effects of three regeneration harvest methods on plant diversity and soil characteristics in the southern {Appalachians}.},
	volume = {211},
	url = {http://cwt33.ecology.uga.edu/publications/2298.pdf},
	abstract = {We evaluated the effects of three regeneration harvest methods on plant diversity and soil resource availability in mixed hardwood ecosystems. The study area is in the Wine Spring Creek watershed on the Nantahala National Forest of the Southern Appalachian Mountains in western North Carolina. The regeneration treatments were: an irregular, two-aged shelterwood cut (2A), with 5.0 m2/ha residual basal area; a shelterwood cut (SW), with 9.0 m2/ha residual basal area; a group selection cut (GS), with 0.10},
	journal = {Forest Ecology and Management},
	author = {Elliott, K.J. and Knoepp, Jennifer D.},
	year = {2005},
	keywords = {CWT}
}
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