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Function, Design, and Establishment of Riparian Forest Buffers: A Review
(Virginia Tech, 1999-02-08)
Through the interaction of their soils, hydrology, and biotic communities, riparian forests protect and improve water quality, provide habitat for plants and animals, support aquatic communities, and provide many benefits ...
Assessing the transferability of statistical predictive models for leaf area index between two airborne discrete return LiDAR sensor designs within multiple intensely managed Loblolly pine forest locations in the south-eastern USA
Leaf area is an important forest structural variable which serves as the primary means of mass and energy exchange within vegetated ecosystems. The objective of the current study was to determine if leaf area index (LAI) ...
Evaluating spatial and temporal variability in growth and mortality for recreational fisheries with limited catch data
Understanding the spatial and temporal variability in life-history traits among populations is essential for the management of recreational fisheries. However, valuable freshwater recreational fish species often suffer ...
The Impact of Water Content on Sources of Heterotrophic Soil Respiration
Heterotrophic respiration (R<sub>H</sub>) is a major flux of CO<sub>2</sub> from forest ecosystems and represents a large source of uncertainty in estimating net ecosystem productivity (NEP) using regional soil respiration ...
Virginia Water Central, August 2016
(Virginia Tech, 2016-08)
This newsletter features articles on water-related science, policy, and law. Distributed to state agency representatives, faculty, students and interested citizens, it aims to provide current information, statistics, news, ...
Evaluation of the Costa Rican Excellence Award for High Quality and Performance
(Instituto Tecnologico De Costa Rica, 2010-01-06)
Forestry, Fall 2013
(Virginia Tech, 2013)
Forestry is the newsletter of the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech.
Diffusion 2013-2014 - #1
(Virginia Tech, 2013-08-29)
Diffusion is the long running newsletter of the Department of Geography at Virginia Tech.
Forest height maps from NAIP?
A Comparative Analysis of Genetic Diversity and Structure in Jaguars (Panthera onca), Pumas (Puma concolor), and Ocelots (Leopardus pardalis) in Fragmented Landscapes of a Critical Mesoamerican Linkage Zone
With increasing anthropogenic impact and landscape change, terrestrial carnivore populations are becoming more fragmented. Thus, it is crucial to genetically monitor wild carnivores and quantify changes in genetic diversity ...