HOW TO USE THIS SITE:
This web site was created to emulate a database containing
multiple Forest Service research projects and their available* databases.
All the information contained within this text-based site was derived
from the General Technical Report NE-224.
Lookup by Themes
lists research projects (catalogs) by themes including their
objectives and links.
Lookup by Contact
allows the users to scroll through an alphabetized listing
of researchers who are the contacts for project related data.
Index of Databases
enables the user to view the titles of all the catalogs.
The development of this catalog and its electronic database
was supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service,
Northern Station Global Change Research Program. Rich Birdsey and
Kurt Gottschalk initiated the objectives and continually encouraged
and supported the project. The following individuals assisted with
the research histories of the studies.
||Bill Healy, Dick DeGraff, and Brian Keevan
||Martin Dale (retired), Jeff Pearcy (Ohio State University),
Dan Yaussy, and Ken Mongeau (retired)
||Dale Solomon, David Herman, Tony Federer (retired), Cindy
Veen, Bill Leak, and Pete Garrett
||Mike Montgomery, Phyllis Grinburg, and Raymond Willis
||Tim Stone, Roert Frank (retired), and John Brissette
||Fredrica Wood, Connie Eye, Tom Schuler, Gary Miller, and Mary
|University Park, PA.
||Ed Corbett (retired) and Karl Nicholas (retired)
||Susan Stout and Russel Walters (retired)
This publication/database reports research involving pesticides.
It does not contain recommendations for their use, nor does it imply
that the uses discussed here have been registered. All uses of pesticides
must be registered by appropriate State and/or Federal, agencies
before they can be recommended.
Pesticides can be injurious to humans, domestic animals, desirable
plants, and fish or other wildlife -- if they are not handled or
applied properly. Use all pesticides selectively and carefully.
Follow recommended practices for the disposal of surplus pesticides
and pesticide containers.
The use of trade, firm, or corporation names in this
publication is for the information and convenience of the reader.
Such use does not constitute an official endorsement or approval
by the U. S. Department of Agriculture or the Forest Service of
any product of service to the exclusion of others that may be suitable.
The database described in this publication is available with the
understanding that the U. S. Department of Agriculture cannot assure
its accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability for any
other purpose than that reported. The recipient may not assert any
proprietary rights thereto nor represent it to anyone as other than
a Government-produced database.
This database is dedicated to the researchers who initiated,
continued, and maintained data collections through changing times.
You have given us and future generations a treasure with unlimited
Barrett, Hope R., developer. 1996. [Database].
Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-224. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experimental Station. 36 p.
[1 computer disk (3-1/2 in.); User's Manual]