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Forest dynamics in mesic northern hardwoods following windthrow and salvage logging
Riparian land-use impacts on stream bank soil and phosphorus losses from grazed pastures
Oak forest decline and effects of two invasive shrubs in the Midwest Driftless Area: Current status and implications for the future
Indications of environmental literacy: Using a new survey instrument to measure awareness, knowledge, and attitudes of university-aged students
An examination of contributing factors to land use/land cover change in southern Belize and the use of satellite image analysis to track changes
Associations of amphibians with environmental covariates and estimation of the prevalence of the pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in north-central Iowa wetlands
Ecology of elk parturition across winter feeding opportunities in the brucellosis endemic area of Wyoming
Degradation and restoration in remnant tallgrass prairie: Grazing history, soil carbon, and invasive species affect community composition and response to the fire-grazing interaction
Thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation regarding Pispiza (black-tailed prairie dog, Cynomys ludovicianus)
Assessing land cover map accuracy and performance of hydrological models for small stream catchments using GIS
Effects of restoration on Midwestern oak savanna biodiversity, structure, and oak regeneration
The state, resilience, and potential future of oak-dominated forests in the Driftless Area of the midwestern U.S.
Grassland bird associations in a managed agricultural matrix
Grassland bird responses to a fire-grazing interaction in a fragmented landscape
Productivity and biometry of hybrid poplars with respect to establishment, regeneration, regional modeling, and utilization of bio-energy byproducts
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