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1979

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Migrational Movements of Blue Jays West of the 100th Meridian, Kimberly G. Smith; North American Bird Bander

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Changes in Spider Community Attributes Along a Subalpine Successional Gradient, Gerald N. Waagen

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The Wood and Bark Biomass and Production of Populus tremuloides, Abies lasiocarpa and Picea engelmannii in Northern Utah, George Zimmermann

1978

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Observations on Reproduction, Growth, and Behavior of the Northern Pocket Gopher (Thomomys talpoides), D. C. Anderson; Journal of Mammalogy

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Range Extension of the Blue Jay into Western North America, K G. Smith; Bird-Banding

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White-Winged Crossbills Breed in Northern Utah, Kimberly G. Smith; Western Birds

1977

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Soil Water Depletion Following Clearcutting Small Plots in a Spruce-Fir Forest in Northern Utah, David A. Lomas

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Tree Leaf Biomass, and Rates of Litterfall, Decomposition and Litter Accumulation through Three Stages of a Successional Sere in Northern Utah, Steven E. Williams

1975

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Population Ecology of Snowshoe Hares in the Central Rocky Mountains, R A. Dolbeer; Journal of Wildlife Management

1974

A Study of the Radiation Quality Under Plant Canopies in the Wave Range 0.4 to 2.5 Microns, Nolasco G. Baldazo

1973

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Effects of Temperature, Light and Water Stress on the Germination of Several Rocky Mountain Conifers, Allen L. Christophersen

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Reproduction, Survival and Density of Snowshoe Hares in Northeastern Utah, William R. Clark

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Internal Water Potential of an Engelmann Spruce Stand in Relation to Soil and Atmospheric Factors, Richard L. Meyn

1972

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The Influence of Atmospheric Dust and Foliar Leachates on the Chemical Quality of Throughfall in Northern Utah, Dennis R. Parent

1971

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Soil Moisture Depletion, Actual and Potential Evapotransipration in an Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir Forest, Frank D. Eaton

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Influence of Size of Cone Crop on Diameter Growth of Engelmann Spruce (Picea Engelmannii Parry), Herbert Hager

1970

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Disappearance of Plant Material Under a Winter Snow Cover, A T. Bleak; Ecology

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A Study of Root Biomass in an Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir Stand in Northern Utah, Larry O. Gadt

1969

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Germination of Four Associated Conifers Stratified in Various Humus and Mineral Substrates, Josef Schmidt

1968

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Determination of Current Growth in an Evenage Stand of Lodgepole Pine, by the Lateral Surface Method and its Comparison with the Stand Projection Method, Abdul M. Chaudry

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Solar Radiation Under Thinned and Unthinned Lodgepole Pine Stands on the Utah State University School Forest, Belden B. Durtschi

1964

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Stratification, Germination and Early Development of Engelmann Spruce on Various Substrates, Garhard Glatzel

1962

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The Influence of Various Temperatures and Stratification Treatments on the Dry Weight Responses of Several Western Conifers Under Controlled Environmental Conditions, Donal D. Hook

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The Effect of Temperature on the Root Growth of Coniferous Seedlings, Thomas J. Owen

1960

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Effects of Temperature and Stratification on the Germination of Several Rocky Mountain Coniferous Seeds, Judha Krishnamra

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Proposed Site Indices for Engelmann Spruce on the College Forest of USU, Ernst Pflugbeil

1959

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Growth Prediction in Spruce-Fir Forest Type on U.S.U. College Forest, Peter List