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Following is a list of publications on forestry-related topics that are available from the Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station. Some publications are also available in an electronic format, which may be accessed by clicking on the publication number.

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Bulletins

  • B848–Economic analysis of fiber-reinforced polymer wood beams, by Stevens and Criner (2000)
  • B837–New approaches to chemical control of white pine weevil damage, by Dimond and Bradbury (1992)
  • B818–Preliminary protocols for sampling and analysis of ash and sludge amended forest soils, by Fernandez (1988)
  • B815–A comparison of small single- and double-drum cable systems for prebunching partial cuts, by Hathaway and Hoffman (1986)
  • B813–Harvesting small trees for biomass, by Hoffman (1986)
  • B786–Pulping of budworm-killed balsam fir, by Minerowicz, et al. (1982)
  • B775–The influence of potassium fertilization on jackpine, by Fernandez and Struchtemeyer (1981)
  • B765–Polymorphic site index curves for spruce and balsam fir growing in even-aged stands in northern Maine, by Griffin and Johnson (1980)
  • B759–Balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.) phenology in Maine, by Mingo and Dimond (1979)
  • B751–The effects of mechanized harvesting and soil conditions in the spruce-fir region of north central Maine, by Holman, Knight, and Struchtemeyer (1978)
  • B749–Pulping, biomass and nutrient studies of woody shrubs and shrub size tree species, by Chase and Young (1978)
  • B740–Effect of soil and urea fertilization on foliar nutrients and basal area growth of red spruce, by Safford, Young, and Knight (1977)
  • B734–Availability of wood residue from processing plants in Maine, by Shuler and Kotek (1977)
  • B696–Background history of the University of Maine forest, by Demeritt (1972)
  • B689–Working stresses for eastern spruce structural lumber as predicted by an electro-mechanical stress rating system–a pilot study, by Hale, and Brackley (1971)
  • B685–The effect of tree spacing in a red pine plantation on tree growth and on wood quality, by Baker and Shottafer (1970)
  • B677–Veneer and plywood yields from eastern spruce, by Brackley and Shottafer(1969)
  • B674–The market potential for eastern spruce plywood, by Taber and Shottafer (1969)
  • B673–Relationship between modules of elasticity, modulus of rupture and selected characteristics of eastern spruce structural lumber, by Shottafer and Baker (1969)
  • B669–Estimating veneer requirements in plywood manufacture, by Brackley and Shottafer (1969)
  • B668–Influence of tree spacing in a red pine plantation on certain wood and tree qualities, by Baker (1969)
  • B658–Susceptibility and vulnerability of forests to the pine leaf aphid, by Dimond and Bishop (1968)
  • B632–The effect of selected herbicides on young balsam fir, by Lane and Griffin (1965)
  • B627–The relation of tree and stand characteristics to basal area growth of red spruce trees in partially cut stands in eastern Maine, by Bowen (1964)
  • B616–The integration of year-round recreation and timberland management of the Passadumkeag Mountain region of eastern Maine, by Greenleaf (1963)

Technical Bulletins

  • TB202–Composition and biomass of forest floor vegetation in experimentally acidified paired watersheds at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine, by Kenland, et al. (2009)
  • TB197–Forest biomass estimates in Maine: Statewide, county, and spatial, by Laustsen (2008)
  • TB196–Temperature, soil moisture, and streamflow at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine (BBWM), by Fernandez, et al. (2007)
  • TB195–Element concentrations in Maine forest vegetation and soils, by McGee, et al. (2006)
  • TB192–The use of glyphosate herbicides in managed forest ecosystems and their effects on non-target organisms with particular reference to ants as bioindicators, by Guiseppe, et al. (2006)
  • TB187–Forest vegetation monitoring in Acadia National Park, by Eckhoff, Wiersma, and Elvir (2003)
  • TB186–Assessing silviculture research priorities for Maine using wood supply analysis, by Wagner, Bowling, and Seymour (2003)
  • TB180–Baseline data for long-term forest vegetation monitoring at Bear Brook Watershed in Maine, by Eckhoff and Wiersma (2002)
  • TB178–Methods for evaluating carbon fractions in forest soils: A review, by Evans et al. (2001)
  • TB171–Investigations into the potential of measuring biodiversity in Maine’s forests with Forest Inventory and Analysis data, by Allen and Plantinga (1999)
  • TB168–Time-series analysis of Maine stumpage prices, by Lindahl and Plantinga (1997)
  • TB166–Maximum entropy estimation of land use shares and transitions, by Plantinga and Miller (1997)
  • TB162–Red maple and white pine litter quality: Initial changes with decomposition, by Delaney et al. (1996)
  • TB161–Forestry investments and option values: Theory and estimation, by Plantinga (1996)
  • TB159–Drought and cold stress-induced morphometric changes in tree rings of red spruce, by Jagels, Hornbeck, and Marden (1994)
  • TB153–A long-term study of an oak pine forest ecosystem: Techniques manual for the Holt Research Forest, by Witham, et al. (1993)
  • TB152–The effect of juvenile wood on the properties of aspen flakeboard, by Roos, Shottafer, and Shepard (1994)
  • TB151–The balsam gall midge–An economic pest of balsam fir Christmas trees, by Osgood, Bradbury, and Drummond (1992)
  • TB149–Wood property-age relationships of natural and plantation-grown red pine, by Shepard and Shottafer (1992)
  • TB141–Nitrogen fertilization effects on growth and value of Eastern white pine sawlog stands on till and outwash soils, by Shepard and Reams (1992)
  • TB139–Stand age and density effects on volume and specific gravity of black spruce, by Shepard, Shottafer, and Bragg (1991)
  • TB138–Variability factors involved with land application of papermill sludge, by Kraske and Fernandez (1990)
  • TB134–A laboratory study to assess methods for predicting pH change of ash amended forest soils, by Unger and Fernandez (1989)
  • TB131–Tree improvement in the northeast: Interim summary and recommendations for selected species, by Carter, et al. (1988)
  • TB130–Sequential sampling in surveys of overwintering larvae of spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), by Dimond and Trial (1988)
  • TB129–Chemical control of balsam gall midge Paradiplosis tumifex Gagne (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), by Bradbury and Osgood (1987)
  • TB127–Age and thinning effects on wood properties of red spruce (Picea rubens Sarg.), by Wolcott, Shepard, and Shottafer (1987)
  • TB126–Vertical trends in the chemistry of forest soil microcosms following experimental acidification, by Fernandez (1987)
  • TB125–Fertilization of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) in Maine shows economic potential, by Shepard and Brann (1987)
  • TB124–Chemical control of balsam twig aphid, Momdaris abietinus Koch (Homoptera: Aphididae), by Bradbury and Osgood (1986)
  • TB121–Patterns of tree mortality during an uncontrolled spruce budworm outbreak in Baxter State Park, 1983, by Osawa, Spies, and Dimond (1986)
  • TB119–Selected relationships for trace metals in Maine low elevation spruce-fir forest floors, by Fernandez and Czapowskyj (1986)
  • TB112–Chemical control of spruce budmoth, Zeiraphera canadensis Mut. and Free. (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae) on white spruce in Maine, by Holmes and Osgood (1984)
  • TB110–The biology and ecology of Dioryctria resinosella Mutuura (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) on young red pine in Maine, by Patterson, Tracy, and Osgood (1982)
  • TB105–The composition of equilibrium soil solutions from forest soil B horizons, by Fernandez and Struchtemeyer (1982)
  • TB104–An analysis of moisture content variation in eastern spruce and balsam fir in Maine, by Shottafer and Brackley (1982)
  • TB090–The effects of spraying with Sevin-4-oil on insect pollinators and pollination in a spruce-fir forest, by Miliczky and Osgood (1979)
  • TB084–Controlling the Saratoga spittlebug in young red pine plantations by the removal of alternate hosts, by Linnane and Osgood (1976)
  • TB082–Potential of softwood thinnings and standing dead softwood as a source of wood pulp, by Chase and Young (1976)
  • TB074–Eastern spruce flakeboard resin distribution and decorative panel evaluation, by Kelly, Kutscha, and Shuler (1975)
  • TB073–Estimating heat consumption in kiln drying lumber, by Shottafer and Shuler (1974)
  • TB071–Fiber analysis and distribution in the leaves, juvenile stems and roots of ten Maine trees and shrubs, by Hyland (1974)
  • TB068–Sequential surveys for the pine leaf chermid, by Dimond (1974)
  • TB067–Pilot study of the use of pulpwood chipping residue for producing particle board in Maine, by Shuler (1974)
  • TB065–The commercial potential of puckerbrush pulp, by Chase, Hyland, and Young (1973)
  • TB063–Variations in foliar nutrient concentrations in red spruce, by Schomaker (1973)
  • TB062–The suitability of using fluorescence microscopy for studying lignification in balsam fir, by Kutscha and McOrmond (1972)
  • TB061–Properties of plantation grown red pine related to its utilization, by Shottafer, Kutscha, and Hale (1972)
  • TB053–The suitability of certain stains for studying lignification in balsam fir, Abies balsamea (L.) Mill, by Kutscha and Gray (1972)
  • TB049–Puckerbrush pulping studies, by Chase, Hyland, and Young (1971)
  • TB047–The relationship of fibril angle to certain factors in plantation-grown red pine, by Shumway, Kutscha, and Shottafer (1971)
  • TB045–Foreign woods utilized in Maine—1969, by Kutscha and Emery (1970)
  • TB041–The potential of lignin research, by Kutscha and Gray (1970)
  • TB032–Evaluation of soil sites for white pine in Maine, by Stratton and Struchtemeyer (1968)
  • TB028–Weight, nutrient element and productivity studies of seedlings and saplings of eight tree species in natural ecosystems, by Young and Carpenter (1967)
  • TB027–Fresh and dry weight, nutrient elements and pulping characteristics on northern white cedar, by Dyer (1967)
  • TB025–The effect of stand factors on the productivity of wheeled skidders in eastern Maine, by Harvey and Corcoran (1967)
  • TB020–Preliminary tables of some chemical elements in seven tree species in Maine, by Young, Carpenter, and Altenberger (1965)
  • TB018–Mensuration methods for site classification of shade tolerant tree species, by Hoar and Young (1965)
  • TB017–Fiber weight and pulping characteristics of the logging residue of seven tree species in Maine, by Young and Chase (1965)
  • TB015–The standardization of symbols in forest mensuration (1965)
  • TB014–Weight as a basis for the purchase of pulpwood in Maine, by Hardy and Weiland (1964)
  • TB012–Preliminary fresh and dry weight tables for seven tree species in Maine, by Young, Strand, and Altenberger (1964)
  • TB010–A comparison of arch-yarding and ground-skidding of pine sawlogs in the University of Maine forest, by Corcoran, Plummer, and Taylor (1964)
  • TB007–Scheduling of pallet trucks in pulpwood operations, by Corcoran (1964)

Miscellaneous Publications

  • MP762–Harvesting equipment cycle time and productivity guide for logging operations in Maine, by Hiesel and Benjamin (2013)
  • MP761–Woody biomass retention guidelines: Considerations and recommendations for retaining woody biomass on timber harvest sites in Maine (2010)
  • MP754–A literature review of the effects of intensive forestry on forest structure and plant community composition at the stand and landscape levels, by Rowland, White, and Livingston (2005)
  • MP753–The role of interfering plants in regenerating hardwood stands of Northeastern North America, by Bashant et al. (2005)
  • MP750–Northeastern paper mill towns economic trends and economic development responses, by Irland (2001)
  • MP745–A long-term study of an oak pine forest ecosystem: A brief overview of the Holt Research Forest, by Witham et al. (1999)
  • MP742–4th Annual Munsungan Conference Proceedings: Forest Health , ed. by Ostrofsky (2000)
  • MP740–Farm tractors in the woods: A handbook detailing the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, by Lowry, et al. (1998)
  • MP736–Maine’s forest area, 1600-1995: Review of available estimates, by Irland (1998)
  • MP730–Land, timber, and recreation in Maine’s northwoods: Essays by Lloyd C. Irland (1996)
  • MP716–New Forestry in eastern spruce-fir forests: Principles and applications to Maine by Seymour and Hunter (1992)
  • MP627–Additional volume tables for Maine, by Young (1957)
  • MP624–Volumes tables for Maine, by Young (1955)

Miscellaneous Reports

  • MR436–Allagash Wilderness Waterway Visitor Survey 2003, by Daigle (2005)
  • MR420–Designing effective environmental labels for forest products: Results of focus group research, by Teisl et al. (2000)
  • MR414–Public preferences for timber harvesting on private forest land purchased for public ownership in Maine, by Boyle and Teisl (1999)


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