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Marketing of Aspen [Populus tremuloides], Z.A. Zasada; Lake States Aspen Reports
Aspen as a Forest Crop in the Lake States, P.J. Zehngraff; Journal of Forestry
Aspen: The Utility Timber Crop of Utah, James D. Curtis; Timberman
Aspen for Veneer, H. Garland; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
Thermophillic Fermentation of Cellulose in Wood, G.J. Hajny, C.H. Gardner, G.J. Ritter, and E. McCoy; Journal of Bacteriology
Logging Methods and Peeling of Aspen [Populus Tremuloides], T. Schantz Hansen; Lake States Aspen Report
Preservative Treatment of Aspen, Frank H. Kaufert; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.
Some Experiments in Sodium Sulphite Pulping, J.N. McGovern; USDA, Forest Service. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin.
Tri-Camera Winter Photography Cuts Forest Inventory Costs, J.M. Robinson; Journal of Forestry
The Growth of Quaking Aspen as Affected by Soil Properties and Fire, Joseph H. Stoeckeler; Journal of Forestry
Logging costs of Aspen [Populus tremuloides], Z.A. Zasada and P.J. Zehngraff; Tech. Notes Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Aspen [Populus tremuloides] lumber grades and characteristics, Zigmond A. Zasada
Aspen Availability and Supply, Clarence D. Chase
Development of Collapse in Aspen Lumber, V.H. Clausen, L.W. Ress, and F.H. Kaufert; Proceedings of national meeting
Is Utah Sahara Bound?, Walter P. Cottam; Bulletin of the University of Utah
Wood-Sugar Molasses from Wood Waste, E.E. Harris; Sth. Lumberm.
Mechanical Properties of Aspen [Populus tremuloides], R.P.A. Johnson; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Experiment Station, St. Paul, Minn., Aspen Report
A Phenological Record for Saulk and Dane Counties Wisconsin, 1935-1945, A. Leopold and S.E. Jones; Ecological Monographs
Frost Injury to Aspen in Colorado, J.W. Marr; Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America
Aspen [Piopulus Tremuloides] Lumber for Building Purposes, L.W. Rees; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
Chemical Utilization of Aspen, G.J. Ritter and R.L. Hossfield; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
Aspen [Populus tremuloides] for containers, W. Sands; Lake States Aspen Report No. 10. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Aspen for Pulp and Paper, E.R. Schafer; Lake States Aspen Report No. 14
Seasoning of Aspen [Populus tremuloides], H.S. Smith; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
When is Plantation Release Most Effective?, Joseph Henry Stoeckeler; Journal of Forestry
Aspen for Cabin Logs, A.W. Sump; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
Milling of Aspen into Lumber, C.J. Telford and F.B Malcolm
Aspen for Core Stock, A.W. Toole; Lake St. Aspen Rep.
Beavertimber Problem in Minnesota's 'Big Bog', D. Vesall, R. Gensch, and R Nyman; The Conservation Volunteer
Aspen Properties and Uses, Zigmond A. Zasada
Possibilities of Managing Aspen, Paul Zehngraff; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.
Response of Young Aspen Suckers to Overhead Shade, P.J. Zehngraff; Tech. Notes Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
The Effect of Thinning Upon the Growth and Yield of Aspen Stands (For Ten-Year Period After Treatment). Project P-19, A. Bickerstaff; Silvicultural Research Note. Canada, Department of Mines and Resources, Lands, Parks, and Forests Branch, Dominion Forest Service, Ottawa
Food of Maine Ruffed Grouse by Seasons and Cover Types, C.P. Brown; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
Shoot Blight of Aspen and Poplar Caused by Species of Fusicladium, W.C. Hatfield; University of Wyoming Publications
Palatability Ratings of Black Hills Plants for White-Tailed Deer, R.H. Hill; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
Effect of Humidity on the Longevity of Populus and Ulmus Seeds in Storage, L.P.R. Johnson; Canadian Journal of Research
Cover Preferences, Seasonal Movements, and Food Habits of Richardson's Grouse and Ruffed Grouse in Southern Idaho, William H. Marshall; Wilson Bulletin
Numerical Expression of Stocking in Terms of Height, F.G. Wilson; Journal of Forestry
The Future of Aspen in the Lake States, Z.A. Zasada and W.A. Kluender
Season of Cutting Affects Aspen Sprouting, P.J. Zehngraff; Technical Note Lake State Forest Experiment State
An Ecological Reconnaissance in the Medicine Bow Mountains, I.H. Blake; Ecological Monographs [Department of Zoology, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.]
Hypoxylon Pruinatum and its Pathogenesis on Poplar, R.H. Gruenhagen; Phytopathology
Biotic Communities of the Southern Wasatch and Uinta Mountains, Utah, C. Lynn Hayward; Great Basin Naturalist
Vegetation on a Trenched Plot Twenty-One Years After Establishment, H.J. Lutz; Ecology [School of Forestry, Yale Univ.]
Forests and Gardens Along the Alaska Highway, H.M. Raup; Geographical Review
Vegetation Along the Alaska Highway and the North Pacific Coast, H.M. Raup; Journal of the New York Botanical Garden
Harvesting Young Aspen on the Cloquet Forest, Hansen T. Schantz; Journal of Forestry
Variation Between Two Hybrid Poplars in Susceptibility in the Inhibiting Effect of Grass and Weeds, E.J. Screiner; Journal of Forestry
Sclerotinia Bifrons, F.J. Seaver; Mycologia [The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York City.]
Reproduction of Upland Conifers as Affected by Root Competition and Light, Hardy L. Shirley; American Midland Naturalist
Important Species of the Major Forage Types in Colorado and Wyoming, D.F. Costello; Ecological Monographs
The Root System of Aspen, Maurice W. Day; American Midland Naturalist
Influence of Aspen, Young Lodgepole Pine, and Open Grassland Types Upon Factors Affecting Water Yield, E.G. Dunford and C.H. Niederhof; Journal of Forestry [Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Exp. Sta., Fort Collins, Colorado.]
Winter Foods of the Ruffed Grouse in Ohio, M.C. Gilfillan and H. Bezdek; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
Basal Area in Relation to Soil-Site Factors in Two Connecticut Forests, H.A. Lunt and M.C. Baltz; Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. [Connecticut Agricultural Exp. Sta., New Haven, Conn.]
Sulfite Pulp Production: Some Factors Pertinent to Meeting War Born Shortages, J.N. McGovern and G.H. McGregor; Pulp Paper Mag. Can.
Food Habits of Blue Grouse, R.E. Stewart; Condor
Vegetation and Substrate of Cranberry Glades, West Virginia, H.C. Darlington; Botanical Gazette
Vegetational Zonation in the Rocky Mountains, R.F. Daubenmire; Botanical Review
A Natural Seedling of Western Aspen, L. Ellison; Journal of Forestry [Intermountain Forest and Range Exp. Sta.]
Reforestation of Aspen After Complete Cutting by Beavers, E.C. Gese and A.R. Shadle; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
A Tree Classification for Aspen, Jack Pine, and Second-Growth Red Pine, S.R. Gevorkiantz, P.O. Rudolf, and P.J. Zehngraff; Journal of Forestry [Lake States Forest Exp. Sta.]
Scaling Aspen Bolts by the Cord, S.R. Gevorkiantz and P. Zehngraff; Journal of Forestry
The Distribution of Some Important Forest Trees in Canada, W.E.D. Halliday and A.W.A. Brown; Ecology
The Cooking Process. Action of Aqueous Solutions of Pure Sodium Hydrosulfide on Aspen Wood, R.L. Hossfeld, R.A. Gortner, and F. Kaufert; Minnesota Agricultural Exp. Sta., St. Paul, Minn.
October Food of Ruffed Grouse in Maine, W.H. Kittams; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
The Vegetation of the Edmund Niles Huyck Preserve, New York, Eugene P. Odum; American Midland Naturalist
Factors Influencing the Natural Restocking of High Altitude Burns by Coniferous Trees in the Central Rocky Mountains, R. Stahelin; Ecology [Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Exp. Sta]
The Establishment of a White Birch Community on Cutover Pulpwood Land in Northwestern Maine, H.J. Oosting and J.F. Reed; Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
Wildlife and Aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, F.M. Packard; Ecology
Wildlife and Aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, Fred Mallery Packard; Ecology
The Silvicultural Significance of the Porcupine, James D. Curtis; Journal of Forestry
Primary Succession on Volcanic Deposits in Southern Idaho, W.A. Eggler; Ecological Monographs
Proximate Analysis of the Heartwood and Sapwood of some American hardwoods, R.D. Freeman and F.C. Peterson; Industr. Engng. Chem. (Anal. Ed.) [New York State College of Forestry, Syracuse.]
Climax forests of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, S.A. Graham; Ecology
Forest Replacement Rates in the Colorado Headwaters Area, R.L. Ives; Bull. Torrey bot. Cl.
Seasonal Course of Height Growth in Some Hardwoods in Connecticut, R. Kienholz; Ecology
Forest Invasion and Succession of the Basins of Two Catastrophically Drained Lakes in Northern Minnesota, E.L. Nielsen and J.B. Moyle; American Midland Naturalist
Observations on the Relative Importance of Winter Deer Browse Species in Central New York, G.A. Petrides; J. Wildlife Management
Restoring Conifers to Aspen Lands in the Lake States, Hardy Lomax Shirley; United States Department of Agriculture Washington, D.C.
A Miocene Flora from Thorn Creek, Idaho, H.V. Smith; American Midland Naturalist
Studies in Forest Pathology. III. Hypoxylon Canker of Poplar, J.E. Bier; Canada, Department of Agriculture [Tech. Bull. Dep. Agric. Can.]
Report on Poplar Hybridization II. 1937 and 1938, C. Heimburger; Forestry Chronicle
Studies on the Ink-Spot Disease of Poplar, R. Pomerleau; Canad. J. Res. [Department of Lands & Forests, quebec.]
A New Species of Dothiora on Aspen and Willow, C.L. Shear and R.W. Davison; Mycologia
A Biotic Study of the Kaiparowits Region of Utah, V.M. Tanner; Great Britain Naturalist
Relic Prairie Areas in Central Wisconsin, J.W. Thomson; Ecological Monographs
Local Climate and the Growth of Trees with Special Reference to Frost, W.R. Day; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
Notes on the Biology of the Great Basin Tent Caterpillar, Malacosoma Fragilis Stretch [Lep., Lasiocampidae], R.B. Swain; Canadian Entomologist
A Canker Disease of Poplars Caused by a New Species of Neofabraea, G.E. Thompson; Mycologia
The Interrelations of Habitat, Growth Rate, and Associated Vegetation in the Aspen Community of Minnesota and Wisconsin, Joseph Kittredge, Jr; Ecological Monographs
Longevity of Seed and Establishment of Seedlings in Species of Populus, E.H. Moss; Botanical Gazette
Use of Indolebutyric Acid to Stimulate the Rooting of Dormant Aspen Cuttings, A.G. Snow; Journal of Forestry
Factors Influencing the Formation of Periderm in Aspen, Frank Kaufert; American Journal of Botany