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NGCRP Bibliography - Letter: E

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Eager, C.; Adams, M.B. 1992. Ecology and decline of red spruce in the Eastern United States. Ecological Studies 96. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag: 417 p.

Eav, Bov B.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Heath, Linda S. 2000. The Kyoto protocol and forestry practices in the United States. In: Krishnapillay, B.; Soepadmo, E.; and others, eds. Forests and Society: The Role of Research, Sub-Plenary Sessions, Vol. 1. Kulal Lumpur, Malaysia: Malaysian XXI IUFRO World Congress Organizing Committee: 556-576.

Edwards, G.S.; Friend, A.L.; O'Neill E.G.; Tomlinson, P.T. 1992. Seasonal patterns of biomass accumulation and carbon allocation in Pinus taeda seedlings exposed to ozone, acidic precipitation, and reduced soil Mg. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 22: 640-646.

Elliott, E.M.; Brush, G.S. 2001. Historical variations in nitrogen source to wetlands. Ecological Society of America Annual Symposium Abstracts. 2001 August; Madison, WI. Abstract. [Not Paged]

Elliott, E.M.; Brush, G.S. 2002. Extending the record: using isotopes to infer changing nitrogen sources to wetlands. American Geophysical Union Meeting Abstracts. 2002 Spring; Washington D.C. Abstract. [Not Paged]

Emery, Marla R. 1999. Social values of specialty forest products to rural communities. In: Josiah, Scott J.; ed. Proceedings of the North American Conference on Enterprise Development Through Agroforestry: Farming the agroforest for specialty products. 1998 October 4-7; Minneapolis, MN. St. Paul, MN: Center for Integrated Natural Resources and Arigcultural Management, University of Minnesota: 25-32.

Emery, Marla R. 2001. Non-timber forest products and livelihoods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. In: Davidson-Hunt, Iain; Duchesne, LucC.; Zasada, John C., eds. Forest communties in the third millennium: Linking research, business, and policy toward a sustainable non-timber forest product sector. 1999 October 1-4; Kenora, ON, Ontario, Canada. GTR NC-217. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station: 23-30.

Emery, Marla R. 2001. Who knows? Local non-timber forest product knowledge and stewardship practices in northern Michigan. In: Emery, M.; McLain, R.J.; eds. Non-Timber Forests Products:Medicinal herbs, Fungi, Edible Fruits and Nuts, and Other Natural Products from the Forest. 123-139.

Emery, Marla R. 2001. Who knows? Local non-timber forest product knowledge and stewardship practices in northern Michigan. In: Emery, M.; Mclain, R.J.; eds. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 13(3/4): 123-139.

Emery, Marla R. 2002. Space outside the market: implications of NTFP certification for subsistence use ( U.S.). In: Shanley, Patricia; Pierce, Alan R.; Laird, Sarah A., eds. Tapping the green market: certification and management of non-timber forest products. Sterling, VA: Earthscan Publications Ltd: 302-312.

Emery, Marla. 1995. Protecting the New Jersey Pine Barrens: From Whom and For Whom? In: Miller, E. Willard; Schneider, Dona; eds. 1994 Annual Meeting of the Middle States Division of the Association of American Geographers. 1994 October 21-23; New Paltz, NY. Association of American Geographers: 28(27): 50-56.

Emery, Marla. 1998. Invisible livelihoods: non-timber forest products in Michigan's upper peninsula. New Brunswick, NJ. 291 p.

Emery, Marla; O'Halek, Shandra L. 2001. Brief overview of historical non-timber forest product use in the U.S. Pacific Northwest and Upper Midwest. In: Emery, Marla; McLain, Rebecca J.; eds. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 13(3/4): 25-30.

Emery, Marla; O'Halek, Shandra L. 2001. Brief overview of historical non-timber forest product use in the U.S. Pacific Northwest and Upper Midwest. In: Emery, Marla; McLain, Rebecca J.; eds. Non-Timber Forest Products:Medicinal Herbs, Fungi, Edible Fruits and Nuts, and Other Natural Products from the Forest. 25-30.

Engstrom, Erik S.; Meegan, Sean K.; Perry, Sue A.; Perry, William B. 1996. Effects of acidic precipitation on leaf decomposition rates, microbial biomass, and leaf pack macroinvertebrates in six streams on the Allegheny Plateau of West Virginia. In: Hom, J.; Birdsey, R.; O'Brien, K., eds. Proceedings, 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. 1995 March 14-16; Pittsburgh, PA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-214. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: 154-156.

Euskirchen, Eugenie S.; Chen, Jiquan; Gustafson, Eric J.; Ma, Siyan. 2003. Soil respiration at dominant patch types within a managed Northern Wisconsin landscape. Ecosystems. 6: 595-607. Evans, Celia A.; Miller, Eric K.; Friedland, Andrew J. 1998. Nitrogen mineralization associated with birch and fir under different soil moisture regimes. Can. J. For. Res. 28: 1890-1898.

Euskirchen, Eugenie S.; Chen, Jiquan; Li, Harbin; Gustafson, Eric J.; Crow, Thomas R. 2002. Modeling landscape net ecosystem productivity (LandNEP) under alternative management regimes. Ecological Modelling. 154: 75-91.

Ewers, Frank W.; Cochard, Herve; Tyree, Melvin T. 1997. A survey of root pressures in vines of a tropical lowland forest. Oecologia. 110: 191-196.

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