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D. Jean Lodge

Note: this person is no longer a Forest Service Research & Development employee.

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NRS-2014-028
Leaves Left on the Ground After Storm Damage or Logging Lead to Faster Forest Recovery

Opening a forest, whether by storm damage, tree harvesting or thinning, dries the forest floor and reduces the ability of the litter layer to re ...

2014


FPL-2015-195
Opening the Forest Canopy Slows Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Cycling

Forest canopies are opened by thinning, logging operations, and storms. Results of a simulated hurricane experiment showed canopy opening had th ...

2015


NRS-2017-68
Student mentored by Forest Service scientist receives honor for research poster

A student mentored by a Forest Service scientist earned the Best Undergraduate Poster Award for research showing that it is the extent of root s ...

2017


FPL-2015-191
Temperate and Boreal Fungi Less Sensitive to Climate Change than Tropical Fungi

Beneficial fungi that help tree roots obtain nutrients from soil are less sensitive to climate in temperate and boreal forests than in tropical ...

2015