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Photo of Longleaf pine forests are important ecosystems in the southeastern United States. USDA Forest Service
ID: 713
Comparing Reproduction Techniques for Longleaf Pine Forests

Methods of even-aged management for longleaf pine are well known, but techniques for uneven-aged management have been poorly understood and larg ...

Principal Investigator : Dale Brockway

Resource Management and Use2014SRS
Photo of Dale Brockway collecting longleaf pine cone data.
ID: 1309
Dynamics of longleaf pine cone production in the southeastern U.S.

Longleaf pine cone production is the result of complex interactions between trees and their environment. Multiscale entropy reflects the complex ...

Principal Investigator : Dale Brockway

Water, Air, and Soil2017SRS
Photo of Longleaf pine trees growing on sandy uplands.
ID: 1323
Is the relationship between tree height and diameter consistent across species and ranges?

Scaling exponents reveal differences in longleaf pine height-diameter relationships across its range, possibly due to water availability. Tree s ...

Principal Investigator : Dale Brockway

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2017SRS
Photo of
ID: 293
New Management Technique Offers Promise for Longleaf Pine Forests and Beyond

SRS researchers and partners developed a new technique for managing longleaf pine forests called the Proportional-B (Pro-B) Method. Results show ...

Principal Investigator : Dale Brockway

Resource Management and Use2010SRS
Photo of Herbicide treated plot, where planted longleaf pine seedlings are free to grow with minimal completion from hardwoods. Forest Service
ID: 133
Restoration Treatments for the Post-Hurricane Recovery of Longleaf Pine

Scientists recommend herbicide use to control hardwoods in plantings of longleaf pine after hurricane damage

Principal Investigator : Dale Brockway

Resource Management and Use2012SRS
Photo of Newly germinated longleaf pine seedling.
ID: 1308
Selection silviculture can be well-suited to longleaf pine forests

Uneven-aged silviculture continues to show promise as an effective way to regenerate longleaf pine stands. Uneven-aged silviculture also maintai ...

Principal Investigator : Dale Brockway

Water, Air, and Soil2017SRS