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Smith, C. T, C. W Martin, and L. M Tritton. 1986. Proceedings Of The 1986 Symposium On The Productivity Of Northern Forests Following Biomass Harvesting. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Broomall, PA. NE-GTR-115. Proceedings of the 1986 Symposium on the Productivity of Northern Forests Following Biomass Harvesting: 104.
Tritton, L. M, and J. E Johnson. 1989. Protecting Site Productivity: An Ecological Perspective On Northern Hardwood Silviculture eds. C. W Martin, Smith, C. T, and Tritton, L. M. New perspectives on silvicultural management of northern hardwoods. Proc. 1988 Symp. on Conflicting Consequences of Practicing Northern Hardwood Silviculture: 39-48.
Tritton, L. M, and J. E Johnson. 1989. Protecting Site Productivity: An Ecological Perspective On Northern Hardwood Silviculture eds. C. W Martin, Smith, C. T, and Tritton, L. M. New perspectives on silvicultural management of northern hardwoods. Proc. 1988 Symp. on Conflicting Consequences of Practicing Northern Hardwood Silviculture: 39-48.
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Tritton, L. M. 1986. Rapid Decay Of Slash In Northern Hardwood Forests. IV Internat. Congress of Ecology, 71st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, State University of New York, Syracuse University: 333.
Martin, C. W, L. M Tritton, and J. W Hornbeck. 1987. Revegetation After Whole-Tree Clearcutting Of Hardwoods In Connecticut. In Proceedings of Sixth Central Hardwood Forest Conference, Proceedings of Sixth Central Hardwood Forest Conference, eds. R. Hay, Woods, F., and DeSelm, H. Knoxville, Tennessee, 119-126.
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Sendak, P. E, C. W Martin, and L. M Tritton. 1991. Using Geographic Information Systems To Manage Northern Hardwood Stands. Proc. Emerging Issues in Northern Hardwood Management: Air Pollution, Climate Change & Biodiversity. Ford Forestry Center Misc. Publication 91-1. Michigan Tech. Univ., School of Forestry and Wood Products: 43-47.