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NGCRP Bibliography - Letter: Y

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Yang, Liyun; Li, Wenhua. 2005. Fine root distribution and turnover in a broadleaved and Korean pine climax forest of the Changbai Mountains in China. Journal of Beijing Forestry University. 27(2): 1-5.

Yang, Liyun; Luo, Tian; Wu, Songtao. 2005. Root biomass and underground C and N storage of primitive Korean pine and broad-leaved climax forest in Changbai mountains at its different stages. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 16(7): 1195-1199.

Yarie, J.; Rupp, S. 1997. Components of a geographic forest ecosystem model used for potential management of interior Alaska's forests. In: Hakkila, Pentti; Heino, Jaija; Puranen, Essi, eds. IEA Bioenergy, Forest Management for Bioenergy, Proceedings of a joint meeting of Activities 1.1, 1.2 and 4.2 of Task XII. 1996 September 9-10; Jyvaskyla, Finland. Research Papers 640. Vantaa, Finland: The Finnish Forest Research Institute.

Yarie, John. 1997. Nitrogen productivity of Alaskan tree species at an individual tree and landscape level. Ecology. 78(8): 2351-2358.

Yarie, John. 2000. Boreal forest ecosystem dynamics. I. A new spatial model. Canadian Journal Forest Research. 30: 998-1009.

Yarie, John. 2000. Boreal forest ecosystem dynamics. II. Application of the model to four vegetation types in interior Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 30: 1010-1023.

Yarie, John; Hammond, Tim. 1996. Carbon balance of the Alaskan Boreal Forest. 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: p. 227. Abstract.

Yarie, John; Hammond, Tim. 1997. Carbon balance of the Alaskan boreal forest. USDA Forest Service Global Change Research Program Highlights: 1991-95. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-237. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: 119-122.

Yaussy, D.A.; Sutherland, E.K. 1993. Fire history in the Ohio River Valley and its relation to climate. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology. 1993 October 26-28; Jekyll Island, GA. Society of American Publishers: 777-786.

Yaussy, Daniel A. 1999. Comparison of NE-Twigs and Zelig on actual growth of two sites in Kentucky. In: Stringer, Jeffrey W.; Loftis, David L.; eds. Proceedings, 12th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. 1999 February 28, March 1-2; Lexington, KY. Gen. Tech. Rep. STS-24. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 293 p.

Yaussy, Daniel A. 2000. Comparison of an empirical forst growth and yield simulator and a forest gap simulator using actual 30-year growth from two even-aged forest in Kentucky. Forest Ecology and Management. 126: 385-398.

Yaussy, Daniel A.; Sutherland, Elaine Kennedy; Hale, Betsy J. 1996. Rule-based, individual-tree regeneration model for forest simulators. In: Skovsgaard, J.P.; Johannsen, V.K.; eds. Proceedings from the IUFRO Conference, Modelling Regeneration Success and Early Growth of Forest Stands. 1996 June 10-13; Copenhagen. 176-182.

Yaussy, Daniel; Iverson, Louis; Prasad, Anatha. 1999. Diameter-growth model across shortleaf pine range using regression tree analysis. In: Amaro, Ana; Tome, Margarida; eds. Proceedings: Empirical and process-based models for forest tree and stand growth simulation. 1997 September 21-27; Oeiras, Portugal. 479-495.

Yin, X. 1997. Optical air mass: daily integration and its applications. Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 63: 227-233.

Yin, X. 1999. Atmospheric water vapor pressure over land surfaces: a generic algorithm with data input limited to air temperature, precipitation and geographic location. Theor. Appl. Climatol. 63: 183-194.

Yin, X. 1999. Evaluation of solar irradiance models with a special reference to globally-parameterized and land cover-sensitive Solar123. Theor. Appl. Climatol. 64: 249-261.

Yin, Xiwei. 1997. Calculating daytime mean relative air mass. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 87: 85-90.

Yin, Xiwei. 1998. Temporally-aggregated atmospheric optical properties as a function of common climatic information: systems development and application. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics. 68: 99-113.

Yin, Xiwei. 1998. The albedo of vegetated land surfaces: Systems analysis and mathematical modeling. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 60: 121-140.

Yin, Xiwei. 1999. Bright sunshine duration in relation to precipitation, air temperature and geographic location. Theor. Appl. Climatol. 64: 61-68.

Yin, Xiwei. 1999. The decay of forest woody debris: numerical modeling an implications based on some 300 data cases from North America. Oecologia. 121: 81-98.

Yin, Xiwei. 2000. Surface wind speed over land: A global view. Journal of Applied Meteorology. 39: 1861-1865.

Yorks, Thad E.; Jenkins, Jennifer C.; Leopold, Donald J.; Raynal, Dudley J.; Orwig, David A. 2000. Influences of eastern hemlock mortality on nutrient cycling. In: Shields, K.S.; Suoto, D.M.; eds. Proceedings: Sustainable Management of Hemlock Ecosystems in Eastern North America. 1999 June 22-24; Durham, NH. GTR-NE-267. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station: 126-133.

Yorks, Thad E.; Leopold, Donald J.; Raynal, Dudley J. 2003. Effects of Tsuga canadensis mortality on soil water chemistry and understory vegetation: possible consequences of an invasive insect herbivore. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 33: 1525-1537.

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