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Plant Successions of the Brush-Prairie In North-Western Minnesota, J. Ewing; The Journal of Ecology
Beaver Habits, Beaver Control, and Possibilities in Beaver Farming, Vernon Bailey; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
Two Races of Aspen, Frederick S. Baker; Journal of Forestry
Snowshoe rabbits and conifers in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, F.S. Baker, C.F. Korstian, and N.J. Fetherolf; Ecology
The Chemical Composition of Canadian Woods, L.P. Clermont and H. Schwartz; Pulp Paper Mag. Can.
Effect of a late spring frost upon forest vegetation in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, Clarence F. Korstian; Ecology
An Attack of Poplar Canker Following Fire Injury, Alfred H.W. Povah; Phytopathology
Notes on some diseases of aspen, Carl Hartley and Glenn G. Hahn; Phytopathology
Aspen Borer and How to Control It, George Hofer
The aspen borer and how to control it, George Hofer
Observations on Cytospora chrysosperma in the Northeast, E.E. Hubert; Phytopathology
Effect of Grazing Upon Aspen Reproduction, Arthur W. Sampson
Aspen as a Temporary Forest Type, Frederick S. Baker; Journal of Forestry
Aspen Reproduction in Relation to Management, Frederick S. Baker; Journal of Forestry
An Undescribed Canker of Poplars and Willows Caused by Cytospora Chrysosperma, W.H. Long; Journal of Agricultural Research
Aspen as a Permanent Forest Type, James M. Fetherolf; Journal of Forestry
The Relation Between Evaporation and Plant Succession in a Given Area, Frank C. Gates; American Journal of Botany
Foothills Vegetation in the Colorado Front Range, Arthur G. Vestal; Botanical Gazette
The Stability of Aspen as a Type, Arthur W. Sampson; Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters
The Role of Aspen in the Reforestation of Mountain Burns in Arizona and New Mexico, G.A. Pearson; Plant World
Phytogeographic Survey of North America, John W. Harshberger; American Geographical Society
The aspens : their growth and management, William Grant Weigle and Earl Hazeltine Frothingham
The Life History of Lodgepole Burn Forests, F.E. Clements; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Washington, D.C.
How Fire Helps Forestry, G.L. Hoxie; Sunset
The Distribution of Woody Plants in the Pike's Peak Region, E.C. Schneider; Colorado College Publications Science Series. Colorado Springs
Diseases of Deciduous Forest Trees, Hermann von Schrenk and Perley Spaulding; U.S. Department of Agriculture. Washington, D.C.
Results of a Rocky Mountain Forest Fire Studied Fifty Years After its Occurrence, W.J. Gardner; Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters
Forest Conditions of the Northern Sierra Nevada, California, J.B. Leiberg; Forestry 5
Stanislaus and Lake Tahoe Forest Reserves, California, and adjacent territory, George B. Sudworth; Twenty-first annual report of the U.S.G.S., Part 5, Forest Resources
Results of a Biological Reconnaissance of Southcentral Idaho, C. Hart Merriam; U.S. Department of Agriculture, North American Fauna. Washington, D.C.