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General Technical Reports (GTRs)
GTR-NE-276 Kyle, Gerard, comp., ed. 2001. Proceedings
of the 2000 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.
Contains articles presented at the 2000 Northeastern Recreation
Research Symposium. Contents cover management and planning, economics
of outdoor recreation and tourism, tourism, characteristics of
outdoor recreationists, ethnicity and culture, methodological
issues, and marketing and management in outdoor recreation and
GTR-NE-277 Liebhold, A.M.; McManus, M.L.; Otvos, I.S.; Fosbroke,
S.L.C., eds. 2001. Proceedings: integrated management
and dynamics of forest defoliating insects.
This publication contains 18 research papers about the population
ecology and management of forest insect defoliators. These papers
were presented at a joint meeting of working parties S7.03.07,
"Population dynamics of Forest Insects," of the International
Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO). The meeting
was held August 15-19, 1999, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
GTR-NE-279 Kuzmichev, Evgeny P.; Sokolova, Ella S.; Kulikova,
Elena G. 2001. Common fungal diseases of Russian forests.
Describes common fungal diseases of Russian forests, including
diagnostic signs and symptoms, pathogen biology, damage caused
by the disease, and methods of control. The fungal diseases are
divided into two groups: those that are the most common in Russian
forests and those that are found only in Russia. Within each group,
diseases are subdivided by plant organ attacked, i.e., fruit,
seeds, leaves, needles, roots, stems, and branches.
GTR-NE-285 Fosbroke, Sandra L.C.; Gottschalk, Kurt W., eds.
2001. Proceedings, U.S. Department of Agriculture interagency
research forum on gypsy moth and other invasive species.
Contains 68 abstracts and papers of oral and poster presentations
on gypys moth and other invasive species biology, molecular biology,
ecology, impacts, and management presented at the annual U.S.
Department of Agriculture interagency research forum on gypsy
moth and other invasive species.
RB-NE-150 Heath, Linda S.; Chojnacky, David C. 2001. Down
dead wood statistics for Maine timberlands, 1995.
Down dead wood (DDW) is important for its role in carbon and
nutrient cycling, carbon sequestration, wildfire behavior, plant
reproduction, and wildlife habitat. DDW was measured for the
first time during a forest inventory of Maine by the USDA Forest
Service in 1994-1996. Pieces greater than 3 feet long and greater
that 3 inches in diameter at point of intersection were measured
on line transects located on standard forest inventory plots.
Large piles of DDW were sampled using the standard circular
plot. The amount of DDW is presented in terms of totals and
per area estimates for volume, number of pieces, biomass, and
carbon, summarized by attributes such as forest type group,
owner, group, species, and diameter class.
RB-NE-151 Griffith, Douglas M., Widmann, Richard H. 2001. Forest
statistics for Delaware: 1986 and 1999.
A statistical report on the fourth forest inventory of Delaware
conducted in 1999 by the Forest Inventory and Analysis Unit of
the Northeastern Research Station. Statistics for forest area,
numbers of trees, tree biomass, timber volume, growth, and change
are displayed at the state and, where appropriate, the county
level. The current inventory indicates that there are approximately
690 million cubic feet of growing-stock volume on 375 thousand
acres of timberland in Delaware.
RB-NE-152 Griffith, Douglas M.; Widmann, Richard H. 2001. Forest
Statistics for New Jersey: 1987 and 1999.
A statistical report on the fourth forest inventory of New Jersey
(1999). Findings are displayed in 49 tables containing estimates
of forest area, numbers of trees, timber volume, growth, change,
and biomass. Data are presented at two levels: state and county.
RB-NE-153 Birch, Thomas W.; Butler, Brett J. 2001. Private
forest-land owners of New York: 1980 and 1994.
A report on a mail survey of private forest-land owners in New
York state. Landowner characteristics, attitudes, harvesting experience,
tenure, and management planning are discussed.
RB-NE-154 Frieswyk, Thomas S. 2001. Forest Statistics
for Maryland: 1986 and 1999.
A statistical report on the fifth forest inventory of Maryland
(1998-1999). Findings are displayed in 109 tables containing estimates
of forest area, numbers of trees, wildlife habitat, timber volume,
growth, change, and biomass. Data are presented at three levels:
state geographic unit and county.
Research Notes (RNs)
RN-NE-372 Emanuel, David; Rhodes, Carol. 2001. Bulletin
of hardwood market statistics: first half 2000.
Provides current and historical information on primary and secondary
hardwood products, production, prices, international trade, and