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Submissions from 2015

Management Considerations for Tidal Wetlands, David M. Burdick

Research and Citizen Science at the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory, UNH, David M. Burdick

What can our salt marshes tell us about climate change and sea level rise?, David M. Burdick

Sand Dunes as Natural Systems, David M. Burdick and Alyson L. Eberhardt

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Optimal land cover mapping and change analysis in northeastern oregon using landsat imagery., Michael J. Campbell, Russell G. Congalton, and Joel Hartter

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Size-biased distributions in the generalized beta distribution family, with applications to forestry, Mark J. Ducey and Jeffrey H. Gove

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Rethinking the Freshwater Eel: Salt Marsh Trophic Support of the American Eel, Anguilla rostrata, Alyson L. Eberhardt, David M. Burdick, Michele Dionne, and Robert E. Vincent

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Extension Stakeholder Engagement: Adapting to the Twenty-First Century, Charles A. French

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Modelling Associations between Public Understanding, Engagement and Forest Conditions in the Inland Northwest, USA., Joel Hartter, Forrest R. Stevens, Lawrence C. Hamilton, Russell G. Congalton, Mark J. Ducey, and Paul T. Oester

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Evaluation of field-measured vertical obscuration and full waveform lidar to assess salt marsh vegetation biophysical parameters, Jeffrey N. Rogers, Chrisopher E. Parrish, Larry G. Ward, and David M. Burdick

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Fish Productivity and Trophic Transfer in Created and Naturally Occurring Salt Marsh Habitat, Robert E. Vincent, Michele Dionne, David M. Burdick, and Erik A. Hobbie

Submissions from 2014

Need and Urgency of Planning for Marsh Migration, David M. Burdick

Salt Marshes are Responding to Sea Level Rise, David M. Burdick

Salt Marshes are Responding to Sea Level Rise, Can We?, David M. Burdick

Salt Marshes are Responding to Sea Level Rise, Can We?, David M. Burdick

Salt Marshes are Responding to Sea Level Rise, Can We?, David M. Burdick

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Salt marsh responses to tidal restriction and restoration. A summary of experiences, David M. Burdick and Charles T. Roman

Tidal restoration: a valuable but fading tool for salt marsh restoration in New England, David M. Burdick and Charles T. Roman

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Recovering salt marsh ecosystem services through tidal restoration, Gail L. Chmura, David M. Burdick, and Gregg E. Moore

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Implications of Spatial Data Variations for Protected Areas Management: An Example from East Africa, Nicholas Dowhaniuk, Joel Hartter, and Sadie J. Ryan

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Maximum likelihood parametric reconstruction of forest vertical structure from inclined laser quadrat sampling., Mark J. Ducey

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Optimal uneven-aged stocking guides: An application to spruce-fir stands in New England., Jeffrey H. Gove and Mark J. Ducey

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Late-successional and old-growth forest carbon temporal dynamics in the Northern Forest (Northeastern USA)., John S. Gunn, Mark J. Ducey, and Andrew A. Whitman

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Phragmites australis management in the United States: 40 years of methods and outcomes, Eric L. G. Hazelton, Thomas J. Mozdzer, David M. Burdick, Karin M. Kettenring, and Dennis F. Whigham

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A comparison of carbon stock estimates and projections for the northeastern United States., Richard G. Maclean, Mark J. Ducey, and Coeli M. Hoover

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Vertical point sampling with a digital camera: Slope correction and field evaluation, Daniel S. Maynard, Mark J. Ducey, Russell G. Congalton, John A. Kershaw, and Joel Hartter

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Vertical point sampling with a digital camera: Slope correction and field evaluation., Daniel S. Maynard, Mark J. Ducey, Russell G. Congalton, John A. Kershaw, and Joel Hartter

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A synthesis of research and practice on restoring tides to salt marshes, Charles T. Roman and David M. Burdick

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Tidal Marsh Restoration, Charles T. Roman and David M. Burdick

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Invasion of winter moth in New England: Effects of defoliation and site quality on tree mortality., Michael J. Simmons, Thomas D. Lee, Mark J. Ducey, and Kevin J. Dodds

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Effects of invasive winter moth defoliation on tree radial growth in Eastern Massachusetts, USA., Michael J. Simmons, Thomas D. Lee, Mark J. Ducey, Joseph S. Elkinton, George H. Boettner, and Kevin J. Dodds

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Multivariate statistical analysis of asynchronous lidar data and vegetation models in a neotropical forest., Franklin B. Sullivan, Michael W. Palace, and Mark J. Ducey

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Ditching and Ditch-Plugging in New England Salt Marshes: Effects on Plant Communities and Self-Maintenance, Robert E. Vincent, David M. Burdick, and Michele Dionne

Submissions from 2013

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Plant community structure mediates potential methane production and potential iron reduction in wetland mesocosms., S E. Andrews, R Schultz, S D. Frey, V Bouchard, R Varner, and Mark J. Ducey

Salt Marsh and Marsh Sparrow Workshop, David M. Burdick

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Valuing New Hampshire Salt Marshes: An Approach to Measuring Ecosystem Services, David M. Burdick

Recent Accretion and Subsidence Rates within High Marshes of Northern New England, David M. Burdick, S. Adamowicz, and Michele Dionne

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Adjusting for nondetection in forest inventories derived from terrestrial laser scanning., Mark J. Ducey and Rasmus Astrup

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Comparison of forest attributes derived from two terrestrial lidar systems., Mark J. Ducey, Rasmus Astrup, Stefan Seifart, Hans Pretzsch, Bruce C. Larson, and K David Coates

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Late-successional and old-growth forests in the northeastern United States: Structure, dynamics, and prospects for restoration., Mark J. Ducey, John S. Gunn, and Andrew A. Whitman

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Distance-limited perpendicular distance sampling for coarse woody debris: Theory and field results., Mark J. Ducey, Michael S. Williams, Jeffrey H. Gove, Steven Roberge, and Robert S. Kenning

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The University of New Hampshire Engaged Scholars Academy: Instilling in Faculty Principles of Effective Partnership, Charlie French, Julie E. Williams, Judy Tang, Eleanor Abrams, Lisa Townson, Mahaela Sabin, Lorilee R. Sandmann, and Cameron P. Wake

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A comprehensive comparison of perpendicular distance sampling methods for sampling downed coarse woody debris., Jeffrey H. Gove, Mark J. Ducey, Harry T. Valentine, and Michael S. Williams

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Requirements for labelling forest polygons in an object-based image analysis classification., Meghan Graham MacLean, Michael J. Campbell, Daniel S. Maynard, Mark J. Ducey, and Russell G. Congalton

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Foliar nitrogen in relation to plant traits and reflectance properties of New Hampshire forests., Mary E. Martin, Mark J. Ducey, and Lucie Lepine

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A new approach to modeling stand-level dynamics based on informed random walks: Influence of bandwidth and sample size., Elizabeth Mcgarrigle, John A. Kershaw, Mark J. Ducey, and Michael B. Lavigne

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Effects of man-made berms upon plant communities in New England salt marshes, Jordan W. Mora and David M. Burdick

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The impact of man-made earthen barriers on the physical structure of New England tidal marshes (USA), Jordan W. Mora and David M. Burdick

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Characterization of public and stakeholder objectives in environmental management: New Hampshire's Lamprey river., Shannon H. Rogers, John M. Halstead, and Thomas P. Seager

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Ditching and Ditch-Plugging in New England Salt Marshes: Effects on Hydrology, Elevation, and Soil Characteristics, Robert E. Vincent, David M. Burdick, and Michele Dionne

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Rural communities and single stream adoption., Christopher Wright and John M. Halstead

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Mapping ecological risks with a portfolio-based technique: Incorporating uncertainty and decision-making preferences., Denys Yemshanov, Frank H. Koch, Mark J. Ducey, and Klaus Koehler

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Exploring critical uncertainties in pathway assessments of human-assisted introductions of alien forest species in Canada., Denys Yemshanov, Frank H. Koch, Mark J. Ducey, Marty Siltanen, Kirsty Wilson, and Klaus Koehler

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Assessing net carbon sequestration on urban and community forests of northern New England, USA., Daolan Zheng, Mark J. Ducey, and Linda S. Heath

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Carbon benefits from protected areas in the conterminous United States, Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, and Mark J. Ducey

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Carbon benefits from protected areas in the conterminous United States., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, and Mark J. Ducey

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Assessing Double Counting of Carbon Emissions Between Forest Land-Cover Change and Forest Wildfires: A Case Study in the United States, 1992-2006., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, Mark J. Ducey, and Brad Quayle

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Forest carbon dynamics associated with growth and disturbances in Oklahoma and Texas, 1992-2006., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, Mark J. Ducey, and James E. Smith

Submissions from 2012

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A comment to "Large-scale bioenergy from additional harvest of forest biomass is neither sustainable nor greenhouse gas neutral": Important insights beyond greenhouse gas accounting., Ryan M. Bright, Francesco Cherubini, Rasmus Astrup, Neil Bird, Annette Cowie, Mark J. Ducey, Gregg Marland, Kim Pingoud, Ilkka Savolainen, and Anders H. Stomman

Fifth Graders Participate in Salt Marsh Restoration at Mill Pond Way in North Mill Pond, David M. Burdick and A. Manning-Welch

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Community Gardening in New Hampshire from the Ground Up, Tina Burr, Yvonne Beran, Nancy Friese, and Charlie French

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Evergreenness and wood density predict height-diameter scaling in trees of the northeastern United States., Mark J. Ducey

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The Importance of Intangible Outcomes, Charlie French and Paul Lachapelle

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A distance limited method for sampling downed coarse woody debris., Jeffrey H. Gove, Mark J. Ducey, Harry T. Valentine, and Michael S. Williams

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A Framework for Teaching and Implementing Community Visioning, Paul Lachapelle, Mary Emery, and Charlie French

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Belowground Biomass of Phragmites australis in Coastal Marshes, Gregg E. Moore, David M. Burdick, Christopher R. Peter, and Donald R. Keirstead

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Bamboo for people, Mountain gorillas, and golden monkeys: Evaluating harvest and conservation trade-offs and synergies in the Virunga Volcanoes., Douglas Sheil, Mark J. Ducey, Frederick Ssali, Joseph Mukasa Ngubwagye, Miriam Van Heist, and Pontious Ezuma

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Models relating stem growth to crown length dynamics: Application to loblolly pine and Norway spruce., Harry T. Valentine, Annikki Makela, Edwin J. Green, Ralph Amateis, Harri Makinen, and Mark J. Ducey

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Trade-associated pathways of alien forest insect entries in Canada, Denys Yemshanov, Frank H. Koch, Mark J. Ducey, and Klaus Koehler

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A dominance-based approach to map risks of ecological invasions in the presence of severe uncertainty., Denys Yemshanov, Frank H. Koch, D Barry Lyons, Mark J. Ducey, and Klaus Koehler

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Potential overestimation of carbon sequestration in the forested wildland-urban interface in northern New England., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, and Mark J. Ducey

Submissions from 2011

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Use of waveform lidar and hyperspectral sensors to assess selected spatial and structural patterns associated with recent and repeat disturbance and the abundance of sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) in a temperate mixed hardwood and conifer forest., Jeanne E. Anderson, Mark J. Ducey, Andrew J. Fast, Mary E. Martin, Lucie Lepine, Marie-Louise Smith, Thomas D. Lee, Ralph O. Dubayah, Michelle A. Hofton, Peter Hyde, Birgit E. Peterson, and J. Bryan Blair

Salt Marsh Restoration Adapts to Climate Change, David M. Burdick

Session on Integrating Science and Social Issues for Effective Decision Making, David M. Burdick

Estimating benefits from tidal marsh restoration using monitoring indicators and ecosystem services, David M. Burdick, Gregg E. Moore, and G. Chmura

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Comparison of Hossfeld's method and two modern methods for volume estimation of standing trees., Mark J. Ducey and Michael S. Williams

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The Effects of Road Culverts on Nekton in New England Salt Marshes: Implications for Tidal Restoration, Alyson L. Eberhardt, David M. Burdick, and Michele Dionne

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Mercury in breeding saltmarsh sparrows (Ammodramus caudacutus caudacutus)., Oksana P. Lane, Kathleen M. O'Brien, David C. Evers, Thomas P. Hodgman, Andrew Major, Nancy Pau, Mark J. Ducey, Robert L. Taylor Jr., and Deborah Perry

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Predicting the number of trees in small diameter classes using predictions from a two-parameter Weibull distribution., Elizabeth Mcgarrigle, John A. Kershaw, Michael B. Lavigne, Aaron R. Weiskittel, and Mark J. Ducey

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Mapping Soil Pore Water Salinity of Tidal Marsh Habitats Using Electromagnetic Induction in Great Bay Estuary, USA, Gregg E. Moore, David M. Burdick, Christopher R. Peter, and Donald R. Keirstead

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Carbon changes in conterminous US forests associated with growth and major disturbances., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, Mark J. Ducey, and James E. Smith

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Effects of Land Use/Cover Change and Harvests on Forest Carbon Dynamics in Northern States of the United States from Remote Sensing and Inventory Data: 1992-2001., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, Mark J. Ducey, and James E. Smith

Submissions from 2010

Benefits and Human Threats to Coastal Habitats of Great Bay, David M. Burdick

Natural History and Human Uses of Tidal Marshes, David M. Burdick

Salt Marsh Restoration Adapts to Climate Change, David M. Burdick

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The Economic Importance of Draught Oxen on Small Farms in Namibia's Eastern Caprivi Region, Andrew B. Conroy and Mogos Yakob Teweldmehidin

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Potential applications of randomised graph sampling to invasive species surveillance and monitoring., Mark J. Ducey and Kathleen M. O'Brien

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Havana’s Changing Urban Agriculture Landscape:A Shift to the Right?, Charlie French, Mimi Larsen Becker, and Bruce Lindsay

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Ten Years of Community Visioning in New Hampshire: The Meaning of "Success", Charlie French and Michele Gagne

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Can Plant Competition and Diversity Reduce the Growth and Survival of Exotic Phragmites australis Invading a Tidal Marsh?, Christopher Robert Peter and David M. Burdick

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Critical length sampling: A method to estimate the volume of downed coarse woody debris., Goran Stahl, Jeffrey H. Gove, Michael S. Williams, and Mark J. Ducey

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Relationships between major ownerships, forest aboveground biomass distributions, and landscape dynamics in the New England region of USA., Daolan Zheng, Linda S. Heath, Mark J. Ducey, and Brett Butler

Submissions from 2009

The use, challenges and economic importance of draught oxen on small farms in Namibia`s eastern Caprivi region, Andrew B. Conroy and Mogos Y. Teweldmehidin

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Predicting crown size and shape from simple stand variables., Mark J. Ducey

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Sampling trees with probability nearly proportional to biomass., Mark J. Ducey

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The ratio of additive and traditional stand density indices., Mark J. Ducey

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Biomass equations for forest regrowth in the eastern Amazon using randomized branch sampling., Mark J. Ducey, Daniel J. Zarin, Steel S. Vasconcelos, and Maristela M. Araujo

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Public-private partnerships and cooperative agreements in municipal service delivery., Peter Girard, Robert Mohr, Steven C. Deller, and John M. Halstead

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Effects of a large fishing closure on benthic communities in the western Gulf of Maine: recovery from the effects of gillnets and otter trawls, Raymond E. Grizzle, Larry G. Ward, Larry A. Mayer, Mashkoor A. Malik, Andrew B. Cooper, Holly A. Abeels, Jennifer K. Greene, Melissa A. Brodeur, and Andrew A. Rosenberg

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Status of the Eastern Grasswort, Lilaeopsis chinensis (Apiaceae), in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire, U.S.A, Gregg E. Moore, Chrisopher R. Peter, David M. Burdick, and Donald R. Keirstead