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Jevon, FV, AW D’Amato, CW Woodall, K Evans, MP Ayres, JH Matthes. 2019. Tree basal area and conifer abundance predict soil carbon stocks and concentrations in an actively managed forest of northern New Hampshire, USA. Forest Ecology and Management.
Mech, AM, KA Thomas, TD Marsico, DA Herms, CR Allen, MP Ayres, KJK Gandhi, J Gurevitch, NP Havill, RA Hufbauer, AM Liebhold, KF Raffa, AN Schulz, DR Uden, PC Tobin. 2019. Evolutionary history predicts high‐impact invasions by herbivorous insects. Ecology and Evolution.
Wason, JW, CM Beier, JJ Battles, M Dovciak. 2019. Acidic Deposition and Climate Warming as Drivers of Tree Growth in High-Elevation Spruce-Fir Forests of the Northeastern US. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change.
Yang, Y, L Meng, RD Yanai, M Montesdeoca, PH Templer, H Asbjornsen, LE Rustad, CT Driscoll. 2019. Climate change may alter mercury fluxes in northern hardwood forests. Biogeochemistry.
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