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Biology of Anacampsis Innocuella (Zeller), a Leaf-Roller on Aspen, W. E. Miller; Journal of Economic Entomology
Seeding Rangelands in Utah, Nevada, Southern Idaho, and Western Wyoming, A.P. Plummer, A.C. Hull, G. Stewart, and J.H. Robertson; U.S. Department of Agriculture. Washington, D.C.
The Life History and Some Aspects of the Ecology of the Large Aspen Tortrix, Choristoneura Conflictana (Wlkr.) (N-Comb.) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), R.M. Prentice; Canadian Entomologist
Aerial Brush Control in Lake States Forests, E.I. Roe; U.S. Department of Agriclture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Factors Influencing White Spruce Reproduction in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, J.S. Rowe; Canada Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Forestry Branch.
Deer, Mice, and Hares Damage Young Aspen and Paper Birch Plantings in Norteastern Wisconsin, Joseph Henry Stoeckeler; Technical Notes Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Stem Taper of Trembling Aspen, H.A. Stoehr; Forest Science
Soil Moisture Regime in Some Forest and Non-Forest sites in Northern Wisconsin, J.L. Thames, J.H. Stoeckeler, and R. Tobiaski; Soil Science Society of America Journal
Foliar Analysis as a Method of Indicating Potassium-Deficient Soils for Reforestation, L.C. Walker; Soil Science Society of America
Vegetation of the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona, O.C. Wallmo; American Midland Naturalist
Preliminary Results of an Inquiry into Effects of Defoliation of Aspen Trees by the Forest Tent Caterpillar [Malacosoma Disstria], H.O. Batzer, A.C. Hodson, and A.E. Schneider; Minnesota Forestry Notes
The Cooking Process: XIII. The Effect of Aqueous Solutions of Pure Sodium Hydrosulfide on the Constitutes of [Aspen] Wood, D.L. Brink; Abstr. of thesis, in Dissert. Abstr.
Prevernal Leafing of Aspen in Utah Mountains, W.P. Cottam; Journal of the Arnold Arboretum
Decay in Poplar Pulpwood in Storage, C.W. Fritz; Canadian Journal of Botany
The Treatment of Decayed Wood from Dead Trembling Aspen Trees for Growth-Ring Analysis, Arthur W. Ghent; Forestry Chronicle
Insect Attacks and Hypoxylon Infections in Aspen, S.A. Graham and R.P. Harrison; Journal of Forestry
Thinning From Above Reduces Total Yields in Medium Site Aspen, Miron L. Heinselman; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station
The Extent of Natural Conversion to Other Species in the Lake States Aspen-Birch Type, M.L. Heinselman; Journal of Forestry
A Sampling System for Poplar Insects, W.R. Henson; Canadian Journal of Zoology
The Story of a Cut-Over, I. Kagis; Forestry Chronicle
Leaf Litter as a Killer, A. Koroleff; Journal of Forestry
A Naturally Occurring Aspen-Poplar Hybrid, A.L. McComb and N.J. Hansen; Journal of Forestry
An Analysis of the Spruce-Fir Community on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona, J. Merkle; Ecology
The Isolation and Exidation of Aspen Lignins, J.M. Pepper and D.C. Hagerman; Canadian Journal of Chemistry
'Chemical' Bark Peeling of Aspen, 1952 and 1953 Field Tests, H.J. Raphael, A.J. Panshin, and M.W. Day; Quarterly Bulletin of the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.
Breeding Poplars for Disease Resistance, K.R. Shea and A.J. Riker; Phytopathology
The Production of Aspen and its Utilization by Beaver on the Huntington Forest, L.C. Stegeman; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
Stand Conditions Affecting Form Factor in Trembling Aspen, H.A. Stoehr; Abstr. of thesis, in Dissert. Abstr.
The Use of Rocky Mountain Species for Pulping, H.E. Troxell; Journal of Forestry
Available Browse Following Aspen Logging in Lower Michigan, C.E. Westell; Journal of Wildlife Management
Effect of Seasonal Basal Sprays on Root Suckering of Aspen, D.P. Worley, W.C. Bramble, and W.R. Byrnes; Proc. 8th Ntheast. Weed Control Conf.
Planning for Sustained Yield Operations, G.B. Amidon; Journal of Forestry
Hypoxylon Canker of Aspen in the Lake States, Ralph L. Anderson; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.
Evapotranspiration and Other Water Losses on Some Aspen Forest Types in Relation to Water Available for Stream Flow, A.R. Croft and L.V. Monninger; EOS
Nutrient Content of Leaf Litter of Trees in the Northern Rocky Mountains, E. Daubenmire; Ecology
Postglacial Forests in the Yukon Territory and Alaska, H.P. Hansen; American Journal of Science
Seasonal Moisture Variations in Aspen, R.A. Jensen and J.R. Davis; Minnesota Forestry Notes
Unusual Numbers of Sporophores of a Wood-Rotting Fungus on Trunks of Populus Tremuloides Var. Aurea, P.D. Keener; Plant Disease Report
Forest Communities in North-Western Alberta, E.H. Moss; Canadian Journal of Botany
A Leaf-Spot Disease of Aspen, V.J. Nordin; Bi-m. Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can.
Further Observations on 'Chemical' Bark Peeling of Aspen, A.J. Panshin, H.J. Raphael, and M.W. Day; Repr. from Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta.
Poisoning with "Ammate" to Eliminate Aspen, J. Quaite; Canada, Forestry Branch
Comparison of Man Hours Required for Thinning and Clear Cutting Pole-Size Aspen, R.A. Ralston; Tech. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Electron Microscopic Investigations of the Cell Wall Organization of Wood, E. Ribi; Experimental Cell Research
Hail Damage in Forest Stands, C.G. Riley; Forestry Chronicle
The Regeneration of Aspen by Suckering, Dixon Sandberg and Arthur E. Schneider; Minnesota Forestry Notes
Sterile Conks of Fomes Igniarius on Aspen, S.B. Silverborg; Phytopathology
Consumption of Native Forage Species by Captive Mule Deer During Summer, Arthur D. Smith; Journal of Range Management
Distribution of Tension Wood and its Relation to Longitudinal Shrinkage in Aspen, B.Z. Terrell; Master. veg.
Factors Influencing the Incidence of Hypoxylon Canker of Aspen, R.L. Anderson; Abstr. in Phytopathology
Scrub Aspen Control with Basal Sprays, J.L. Arend; Tech. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Reforestation of Strip Mined Bituminous Coal Land in Pennsylvania, W.C. Bramble; Journal of Forestry
Natural Mortality and Cull in Bigtooth Aspen Stands in Northeastern Iowa, K.A. Brinkman and J.E. Krajicek; Sta. Note Cent. St. For. Exp. Sta.
Occurrence and Probable Cause of Heartwood Degradation in Commercial Species of Populus, V.H. Clausen and F.H. Kaufert; Forest Products Journal
Preliminary Observations on the Effect of 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T on Aspen, Maurice W. Day, C.L. Hamner, and A.J. Panshin; Quarterly Bulletin for the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station
Labor Costs for Thinning Young Aspen, M.L. Heinselman; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minnesota: University of Minnesota.
The hemicelluloses present in Aspen wood (Populus tremuloides). Part II, J.K. Jones and L.E. Wise; J. chem. Soc.
Some Problems of Mixed Wood Stands, I. Kagis; Forestry Chronicle
A Small Lumber-Drying Unit Employing a Portable Crop Drier for Heat and Air Circulation, K.E. Kimball and O.W. Torgeson; Rep. U.S. For. Prod. Lab. Madison
Evidence of the Age of Beaver Ponds, W.H. Lawrence; The Journal of Wildlife Management
Ground Cover Requirements for Summer Storm Run off Control on Aspen Sites in Northern Utah, R.B. Marton; Journal of Forestry
A Preliminary Investigation of Veneer Cutting Properties of Aspen Poplar, D.G. Miller; mimeo. For. Prod. Lab., Can.
Floral Morphology of Populus Deltoides and P. Tremuloides, M. Nagaraj; Botanical Gazette
The Vegetation of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Park, Wyoming, John F. Reed; American Midland Naturalist
Studies in Forest Pathology. IX. Fomes Igniarius Decay of Poplar, C.G. Riley; Canadian Journal of Botany
Growth of Hybrid Aspen in Pot Cultures of the Litter Forest Plants, D.R.M. Scott; Journal of Forestry
Wetwood Organism in Aspen, Poplar, is Isolated, C. Seliskar; Colorado Farm and Home Research
Food Habits of Mule Deer in Utah, J. G. Smith; Journal of Wildlife Management
Does it Pay to Thin Young Aspen?, Zigmond A. Zasada; Journal of Forestry
Seasonal Growth of Some Trees in Ontario, R.M. Belyea, D.A. Fraser, and A.H. Rose; Forestry Chronicle
Poplar Decay Study, R.L. Black; Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can.
Enemies of Aspen, C.M. Christensen, R.L. Anderson, A.C. Hodson, and P.O. Rudolf; Lake State Aspen Report
Development of an Aspen, White Birch, Maple stand, E.G. Daly; Silv. Leafl. For. Br. Can.
Releasing White Pine from Oak and Aspen, L.G. Engle; Tech. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Investigations on Lignin and Lignification. IV. Studies on Hardwood Lignin, S.F. Kudzin and F.F. Nord; J. Amer. chem. Soc.
Studies on Lignin by Means of Catalytic Hydrogenation of Aspen Wood and Wheat Straw, J.M. Pepper, C.J. Brounstein, and D.A. Shearer; Journal of the American Chemical Society
Early Release from Aspen Improves Yield of Pine Plantations, E.I. Roe; Tech. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Rate of Growth and Composition of Wood of Quaking and Largetooth Aspen in Relation to Soil Fertility, S.A. Wilde and B.H. Paul; Transactions, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Madison
Disking to Increase Stocking in Aspen Stands, W.M. Zillgitt; Tech. Notes Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Changes in Fibre-Length Within One Growth Ring of Certain Angiosperms, I.J.W. Bissett, H.E. Dadswell, and G.L. Amos; Nature, Lond. [Division of Forest Products, C.S.I.R.O., Melbourne.]
How to Control Undesirable Trees and Shrubs, Maurice W. Day
Effect of Defoliation [By Malacosoma Disstria] Upon the Growth of Aspen, R.E. Dils and M.W. Day; Quarterly Bulletin of the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station
Ants Attacking Larvae of the Forest Tent Caterpillar, Malacosoma Disstria Hbn. (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae), G.W. Green and C.R. Sullivan; The Canadian Entomologist
Farm Woodlot Aspen for Creped Tissue Paper, J.N. McGovern and G.E. Mackin; Rep. U.S. For. Prod. Lab., Madison
Dimension Stock and Other Uses of Aspen [Populus Tremuloides], A.J. Panshin; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
Effect of the Moisture Content of Wood on the Groundwood Pulping of White Spruce and Quaking Aspen, E.R. Schafer and A. Hyttinen; Paper Tr. J.
Gold and silver content of some trees and horsetails in British Columbia, H.V. Warren and R.E. Delavault; Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Baltimore
Changes in Composition of Ground Water, Soil Fertility, and Forest Growth Produced by the Construction and Removal of Beaver Dams, S.A. Wilde, C.T. Youngberg, and J.H. Hovind; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
Aspen Management Problems of the Lake States, Z.A. Zasada
A Revised Tolerance Table, Frederick S. Baker; Journal of Forestry
Native Lignin. II. Native Aspen Lignin, M.A. Buchanan; F.E. Brauns; and R.L. Leaf, Jr; Journal of the American Chemical Society
Aspen for Excelsior, H. Garland; Lake States Aspen Report
Growth of Aspen Following Partial Cutting, F.R. Herman; Res. Notes. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta.
Sulfate Pulping of Logging and Sawmill Wastes of Old-Growth Douglas-Fir and of Certain Associated Species, J.S. Martin; U.S. Forest Service Research Library
Forest-Tree Genetics Research: Populus L., Scott S. Pauley; Economic Botany
Growth of Trembling Aspen in Relation to Ground Water and Soil Organic Matter, S.A. Wilde and D.T. Pronin; Soil Science Society of America, Proceedings