Journal Articles and Other Reports:
John D. Shaw
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Shaw, J. D. 2004. Analysis of aspen stand structure and composition in the Western U.S.: implications for management.
Shaw, J. D. 2006. Benefits of a strategic national forest inventory to science and society: the USDA Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis program.
Shaw, J. D.; Vacchiano, G.; DeRose, R. J.; Brough, A.; Kusbach, A.; Long, J. N. 2006. Local calibration of the Forest Vegetation simulator (FVS) using custom inventory data.
Shaw, John D. 2005. Drought-related mortality in pinyon-juniper woodlands: A test case for the FIA annual inventory system.
Shaw, John D. 2005. Models for estimation and simulation of crown and canopy cover.
Shaw, John D.; Steed, Brytten E.; DeBlander, Larry T. 2005. Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) annual inventory answers the question: What is happening to pinyon-juniper woodlands?
Shaw, John D. 2006. Population-wide changes in pinyon-juniper woodlands caused by drought in the American Southwest: Effects on structure, composition, and distribution.
Shaw, John D. 2006. Reineke's Stand Density Index: Where are we and where do we go from here?
Shaw, John D. 2007. Rapid forest change in the Interior West presents analysis opportunities and challenges.
Shaw, John D.; Long, James N. 2007. A density management diagram for longleaf pine stands with application to red-cockaded woodpecker habitat
Shaw, John D.; Long, James N. 2007. Forest ecology and biogeography of the Uinta Mountains, USA.
Shaw, J. D.; Long, J. N.; Thompson, M. T.; DeRose, R. J. 2010. Population-wide mortality in multiple forest types in western North America: onset, extent, and severity of impacts as indicators of climatic influence.