New research bulletin highlights forthcoming results of ecosystem studies in our forests: visit our Research Reports page
Our new-and-improved Quiet Corner Initative page has resources for conservation professionals, area landowners, and students alike. Get the details and materials on the Silvopasture workshop held at Yale-Myers Forest in late September, and other exciting progress the QCI is making toward coordinated regional woodland management and conservation!
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Barrett, K.J. and Schmitz, O.J. “Effects of Deer Settling Stimulus and Deer Density on Regeneration in a Harvested Southern New England Forest,” International Journal of Forestry Research, vol. 2013, Article ID 690213, 11 pages, 2013. doi:10.1155/2013/690213.
Duguid, M.C., Frey, B.R., Ellum, D.S., Kelty, M., Ashton, M.S., 2013. The influence of ground disturbance and gap position on understory plant diversity in upland forests of southern New England, Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 303: 148-159.
Schmitz, O.J., Bradford, M.A., Strickland, M.S., and Hawlena, D. 2013. Linking predation risk, herbivore physiological stress and microbial decomposition of plant litter. Journal of Visualized Experiements 73: e50061. doi:10.3791/50061.
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