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Forest Interior Birds

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Kendrick, S., Porneluzi, P., Thompson III, F., Morris, D., Haslerig, J. and Faaborg, J. (2014). Stand-level Bird Response to Experimental Forest Management in the Missouri Ozarks. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 79 (1), pp. 50-59.

Morris, D., Porneluzi, P., Haslerig, J., Clawson, R. and Faaborg J. (2013). Results of 20 years of experimental forest management on breeding birds in Ozarks forests of Missouri, USA. Forest Ecology and Management, 310, pp. 747-760.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (Abstract only). S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 227). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Gram, W.K., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Landscape-level effects of forest management on bird species in the Ozarks of southeastern Missouri. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 147-160). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., and Seon, E. (1997). Effects of selected timber management practices on forest birds in Missouri oak-history forests. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 274-288). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Kurzejeski, E.W., Clawson, R.L., Renken, R.B., Sheriff, S.L., Vangilder, L.D., Hauser, C., and Faaborg, J. (1993). Experimental evaluation of forest management: the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. Transactions of 58th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference, Washington D.C. (599-609).

Ground Flora

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Zenner, E.K., Kabrick, J.M., Jensen, R.G., Peck, J.E. and Grabner, J.K. (2006). Responses of ground flora to a gradient of harvest intensity in the Missouri Ozarks. Forest Ecology and Management, 222, pp. 326-334.

Zenner, E.K., Kabrick, J.M., Grabner, J.K., and Jensen, R.G. (2005). Are landscape-level effects more than the sum of stand-level effects in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project?, In C.E. Peterson and D A. Maguire (Eds.) Balancing Ecosystem Values: Innovative Experiments for Sustainable Forestry, PNW-GTR-635, pp. 165-171.

Sasseen, Alicia N. (2003). Using Ecological Landtype Phase (ELTp) to Evaluate the Effect of Management on Missouri Ozark Vegetation. MS Thesis, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.

Grabner, J.K. and Zenner, E.K. (2002). Changes in ground layer vegetation following timber harvests on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 66-83). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Chen, J., Huebner, C.D., Saunders, S.C., and Song, B. (2002). Plant distribution and diversity across an Ozark landscape. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 45-65). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Grabner, J.K.(2000). Ground Layer Vegetation in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Pre-treatment Species Composition, Richness, and Diversity. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 107-123.

Grabner, J.K., Larsen, D.R., and Kabrick, J.M. (1997). An analysis of MOFEP ground flora: pre-treatment conditions. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 169-197). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Hard Mast

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Olson, M.G., Wolf, A.J. and Jensen, R.G. (2015). Influence of Forest Management on Acorn Production in the Southeastern Missouri Ozarks: Early Results of a Long-Term Ecosystem Experiment. Open Journal of Forestry, 5, pp. 568-583.

Steen, C., Jensen, R., Vangilder, L. and Sheriff, S. (2009). Hardmast Production in the Missouri Ozarks: a preliminary report of acorn production on MOFEP sites. Resource Science Division, Missouri Department of Conservation, 11 p.

Herpetofauna

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Renken, R.B., Gram, W.K., Fantz, D.K., Richter, S.C, Miller, T.J., Ricke, K.B., Russell, B. and Wang, X. (2004). Effects of forest management on amphibians and reptiles in Missouri Ozark forests. Conservation Biology 18, 174-188.

Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (2002). Short-term responses of the small mammal communities to forest management within Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 161-170). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (Abstract only). S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 227). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Renken, R.B. and Fantz, D.K. (2002). Immediate, landscape-scale impacts of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on herpetofaunal communities of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 171-183). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Fantz, D.K. and Hamilton, D.A. (1997). Abundance and production of berry-producing plants on the MOFEP study sites: the soft mast study. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 210-230). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (1997). Pre-harvest (1994-1995) conditions of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project small mammal com. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 309-317). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Renken, R.B. (1997). Pre-treatment conditions of herpetofaunal communities on Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 289-308). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Kurzejeski, E.W., Clawson, R.L., Renken, R.B., Sheriff, S.L., Vangilder, L.D., Hauser, C., and Faaborg, J. (1993). Experimental evaluation of forest management: the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. Transactions of 58th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference, Washington D.C. (599-609).

Insect Herbivores

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Marquis, R.J. (2009). Final Report Oak Insect Herbivores, Resource Science Division, Missouri Department of Conservation, 5 p.

Masis, A. and Marquis., R.J. (2009). Effects of even-aged and uneven-aged timber management on dung beetle community attributes in a Missouri Ozark forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 257, pp. 536-545.

Marquis, R. (2008). Annual Report 2008 Oak Insects Results, 1, pp. 1-3.

Marquis, R. (2007). Annual Report 2007 Oak Insects Results, 1, pp. 1-3.

Masis, A. and Marquis, R.J. (2007). Dung Beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) Community Response to Clear-cutting in the Missouri Ozarks. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 80(2), pp. 146-155.

Forkner, R.E., Marquis, R.J., Lill, J.T., and Le Corff, J. (2006). Impacts of Alternative Timber Harvest Practices on Leaf-Chewing Herbivores of Oak. Conservation Biology, 20, pp. 429-440.

Jeffries, J.M., Marquis, R.J. and Forkner, R.E. (2006). Forest Age Influences Oak Insect Herbivore Community Structure Richness and Density Ecological Applications, 16, pp. 901-912.

Lill, J.T., Marquis, R.J., Forkner, R.E., Le Corff, J., Holmberg, N. and Barber, N.A. (2006). Leaf Pubescence Affects Distribution and Abundance of Generalist Slug Caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Limacodidae). Environmental Entomology, 35, pp. 797-806.

Ricklefs, R.E., Swanson, B.L., Fallon, S.M., Martinex-Abrain, A., Scheuerlein, A., Gray, J. and Latta, S.C. (2005). Community Relationships of Avian Malaria Parasites in Southern Missouri. Ecological Monographs, 75(4), pp. 543-559.

Stireman III, J.O., Dyer, L.A., Janzen, D.H., Singer, M.S., Lill, J.T., Marquis, R.J., Ricklefs, R.E., Gentry, G.L., Hallwachs, W., Coley, P.D., Barone, J.A., Greeney, H.F., Connahs, H., Barbosa, P., Morais, H.C., and Diniz, I.R. (2005). Climatic unpredictability and parasitism of caterpillars: Implications of global warming. In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102, pp 17384-17387.

Forkner, R.E., Marquis, R.J., and Lill, J.T. (2004). Feeny revisited:condensed tannins as anti-herbivore defenses in leaf-chewing herbivore communities of Quercus. Ecological Entomology, 29, 174-187.

Forkner, R.E. and Marquis, R.J. (2004). Uneven-aged and even-aged logging alter foliar phenolics of oak trees remaining in forested habitat matrix. Forest Ecology and Management,199, 21-37.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (Abstract only). S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 227). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Marquis, R.J., Forkner, R., Lill, J.T., and Le Corff, J. (2002). Impact of timber harvest on species accumulation curves for oak herbivore communities of the Missouri. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 184-196). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Le Corff, J., Marquis, R.J., and Whitfield, J.B.(2000). Temporal and spatial variation in a parasitoid community associated with the herbivores that feed on Missouri Quercus. Environmental Entomology,29, 181-194.

Marquis, R.J. and Lill, J.T.(2000). Impact of Timber Harvesting on Insect Herbivore Populations of Quercus in a North American Temperate. International Congress of Entomology. Abstract Book, XXI International Congress of Entomology. Foz do Iguassu, Brazil., 472 p.

Le Corff, J. and Marquis, R.J. (1999). Difference between understory and canopy in herbivore community composition and leaf quality for two oak species in Missouri. Ecological Entomology, 24, 46-58.

Whitfield, J.B., Marquis, R.J., and Le Corff, J. (1999). Host associations of braconid parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) reared from Lepidoptera feeding. Entomological News, 110, 225-230.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., and Marquis, R.J. (1997). Synthesis and integration of pre-treatment results from the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 356-369). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Marquis, R.J. and Le Corff, J.. (1997). Estimating pre-treatment variation in the oak leaf-chewing insect fauna of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 332-346). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Le Corff, J., Marquis, R., and Whitfield, J. (1996). Spatial and temporal variation in the parasitoid community associated with Quercus herbivores. Annual Combined Meeting of Ecological Society of America. Providence, RI, (257).

Leaf Litter Arthropods

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Heyman, S. and Weaver, J. (1997). A pictographic key to leaf litter arthropods of the Missouri Ozarks.

Weaver, J. and Heyman, S. (1997). The distribution and abundance of leaf litter arthropods in MOFEP sites 1, 2, and 3. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 318-331). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Weaver, J. (1995). Indicator species and scale of observation. Conservation Biology, 4, 939-942.

Mammals

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Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (2005). Short-term landscape-scale effects of forest management on Peromyscus spp. mice within Missouri Ozark forests. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33, 293-301.

Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (2002). Short-term responses of the small mammal communities to forest management within Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 161-170). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (Abstract only). S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 227). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Renken, R.B. and Fantz, D.K. (2002). Immediate, landscape-scale impacts of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on herpetofaunal communities of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 171-183). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Fantz, D.K. and Hamilton, D.A. (1997). Abundance and production of berry-producing plants on the MOFEP study sites: the soft mast study. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 210-230). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (1997). Pre-harvest (1994-1995) conditions of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project small mammal com. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 309-317). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Renken, R.B. (1997). Pre-treatment conditions of perpetofaunal communities on Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 289-308). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Kurzejeski, E.W., Clawson, R.L., Renken, R.B., Sheriff, S.L., Vangilder, L.D., Hauser, C., and Faaborg, J. (1993). Experimental evaluation of forest management: the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. Transactions of 58th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference, Washington D.C. (599-609).

Stump Sprouting

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Bruhn, J.N. and Mihail, J.D. (2003). Opportunistically pathogenic Root Rot Fungi: Armillaria species. P. Hanson and S.D. Wullschleger, Editors. In North American Temperate Deciduous Forest Responses to Changing Precipitation Regimes. (pp. 337-346) New York, NY: Springer-Verlag New York.

Bruhn, J.N., Guyette, R. and Mihail, J.D. (2002, August). Evidence of Armillaria species relationships with Ozark forest landscape biodiversity. Poster presentation at 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Jensen, R.G., and Pickens, J.B. (2002). Harvest-associated disturbance in upland Ozark forests of MOFEP. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 130-146). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Dey, D.C. and Jensen, R.G. (2002). Stump sprouting potential of oaks in Missouri Ozark forests managed by even- and uneven-aged silviculture. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 102-113). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Guyette, R. and Kabrick, J.M.. (2002). The legacy and continuity of forest disturbance, succession, and species at the MOFEP sites. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 26-44). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Guyette, R.P., Muzika, R.M., and Dey, D.C. (2002). Dynamics of an anthropogenic fire regime. Ecosystems, 5, 472-486.

Jensen, R.G., Kabrick, J.M., and Zenner, E.K. (2002). Tree cavity estimation and verification in the Missouri Ozarks. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 114-129). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Kabrick, J.M., Jensen, R.G., Shifley, S.R., and Larsen, D.R. (2002). Woody vegetation following even-aged, uneven-aged, and no-harvest treatments on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 84-101). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Brookshire, B.L. and Dey, D.C.(2000). Establishment and Data Collection of Vegetation-related Studies on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 1-18.

Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G.(2000). Logging impact in uneven-aged stands of the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. In Proceedings of Society of American Foresters 1999 National Convention. Portland, OR, 11-15 September(210-222). SAF Publication 00-1.

Guyette, R.P., Dey, D.C.(2000). Humans, topography, and wildland fire: the ingredients for long-term patterns in ecosystems. D.A. Yaussy, Compiler. In Proc. Workshop on fire, people, and the Central Hardwoods landscape. Richmond, KY., 12-14 March(28-35). USDA For. Serv. NE-GTR-274.

Guyette, R., and Larsen, D.(2000). A History of Anthropogenic and Natural Disturbances in the Area of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 19-40.

Shifley, S.R., Roovers, L.M., Jensen, R.G., and Larsen, D.R.(2000). Composition and Structure of Woody Forest Vegetation in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 71-106.

Guyette, R.P., Dey, M., and Dey D.C. (1998). An Ozark fire history. Missouri Conservationist, 60(3), 4-7.

Brookshire, B.L., Jensen R., and Dey D.C. (1997). The Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project: past, present and future. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 1-25). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Guyette, R. and Dey, D.C. (1997). Fire and logging history at Huckleberry Hollow, Shannon County, Missouri. Missouri Department of Conservation Forest Resource Report No. 1.

Guyette, R. and Dey, D.C. (1997). Historic shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) abundance and fire frequency in a mixed oak-pine forest. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 136-149)). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Guyette, R.P. and Cutter, B.E. (1997). Fire history, population, and calcium cycling in the Current River Watershed. Pallardy et al., Editors. Proceedings 11th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Columbia, MO, 23-26 March(401). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-188.

Larsen, D.R., Shifley, S.R., Thompson, F.R., Brookshire, B.L., Dey, D.C., Kurzejeski, E.W., and England, K. (1997). Ten Guidelines for ecosystem researchers: Lessons from Missouri. Journal of Forestry, 95(4), 4-9.

Shifley, S.R., Brookshire, B.L., Larsen, D.R., Herbeck, L.A., and Jensen, R.G. (1997). Snags and down wood on upland oak sites in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 248-256). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Guyette, R.P. and Rabeni, C. (1995). Climate response among the rings of fish and trees. Oecologia, 104, 272-279.

Cutter, B.E. and Guyette, R.P. (1994). Fire history of an oak-hickory ridge top in the Missouri Ozarks. American Midlands Naturalist, 132, 393-398.

Guyette, R.P. and Cutter, B.E. (1994). Barium and manganese trends in tree-rings as monitors of sulfate deposition. J. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 73, 213-223.

Tree Damage

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Bruhn, J.N., Guyette, R. and Mihail, J.D. (2002, August). Evidence of Armillaria species relationships with Ozark forest landscape biodiversity. Poster presentation at 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Jensen, R.G., and Pickens, J.B. (2002). Harvest-associated disturbance in upland Ozark forests of MOFEP. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 130-146). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Bruhn, J., Wetteroff, J., and Haugen, L. (2002). Survival of oak root systems following frill girdle herbicide treatment for oak wilt control. J. Van Sambeek, Editor. In 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Urbana-Champaign, IL, 2002 April 1-3 (pp. 544-550). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-234.

Dey, D.C. and Jensen, R.G. (2002). Stump sprouting potential of oaks in Missouri Ozark forests managed by even- and uneven-aged silviculture. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 102-113). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Jensen, R.G., Kabrick, J.M., and Zenner, E.K. (2002). Tree cavity estimation and verification in the Missouri Ozarks. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 114-129). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Kabrick, J.M., Jensen, R.G., Shifley, S.R., and Larsen, D.R. (2002). Woody vegetation following even-aged, uneven-aged, and no-harvest treatments on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 84-101). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Mihail, J.D. and Bruhn, J.N. (2002). Rhizomorph foraging patterns of Armillaria gallica and A. mellea from the Ozark mountains of the central U.S.A. Poster presentation at 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway.

Mihail, J.D., Bruhn, J.N., and Leininger, T.R. (2002). The effects of moisture and oxygen availability on rhizomorph generation by Armillaria tabescens in comparison with A. gallica and A. mellea. Mycological Research,106(6), 697-704.

Bruhn, J.N. and Mihail, J.D. (2003). Opportunistically pathogenic Root Rot Fungi: Armillaria species. P. Hanson and S.D. Wullschleger, Editors. In North American Temperate Deciduous Forest Responses to Changing Precipitation Regimes. (pp. 337-346) New York, NY: Springer-Verlag New York.

Mihail, J.D., Bruhn, J.N., and Leininger, T.R. (2001). Rhizomorph generation by three Armillaria spp. under high O2 availability and saturation. Phytopathology, 91, S62.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Kabrick, J.M., Pickens, J.B.(2000). Distribution of Armillaria species in upland Ozark mountain forests with respect to site, overstory species compostion and oak decline. Forest Pathology, 30, 43-60.

Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G.(2000). Logging impact in uneven-aged stands of the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. In Proceedings of Society of American Foresters 1999 National Convention. Portland, OR, 11-15 September(210-222). SAF Publication 00-1.

Shifley, S.R., Roovers, L.M., Jensen, R.G., and Larsen, D.R.(2000). Composition and Structure of Woody Forest Vegetation in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 71-106.

Bruhn, J.N., Johnson, T.E., Karr, A.L., Wetteroff, J.J., and Leininger, T.D. (1998). Identification of Armillaria field isolates using isozymes and mycelial growth characteristics. Mycopathologia, 142, 89-96.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Kabrick, J.M., and Pickens, J.B. (1998). Patterns of Armillaria gallica, A. mellea, and A. tabescens occurrence under field conditions. C. Delatour, Editor, J. J. Guillaumin, Editor, B. Lung-Escarmant, Editor, and B. Marcais, Editor. Root and Butt Rots of Forest Trees, 9th International Conference on Root and Butt Rots. Les Colloques 89,(247-257).

Brookshire, B.L., Jensen R., and Dey D.C. (1997). The Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project: past, present and future. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 1-25). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Mihail, J.D., Burks, S. (1997). Determination of the ecological and geographic distributions of Armillaria species in Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 257-273). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Shifley, S.R., Brookshire, B.L., Larsen, D.R., Herbeck, L.A., and Jensen, R.G. (1997). Snags and down wood on upland oak sites in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 248-256). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Mihail, J.D., Obert, M., Bruhn J.N., Taylor, S. (1995). Fractal geometry of mycelia and rhizomorphs of Armillaria species. Mycological Research, 99, 81-88.

Woody Vegetation

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Fan, Z., Yao, Q., Dey, D., Spetich, M., Ezell, A., Shiflye, S., Kabrick, J. and Jensen, R. (2015). Efficacy and Associated Factors of Even- and Uneven-Aged Management to Promote Oak Regeneration in the Missouri Ozarks. Forest Science, 61(2), pp. 397-408.

Hagey, P. (2010). Ozark forest ecosystem study shows how to better manage timber. MyMissourian.com, February 23, 2010, pp 1.

Dey, D.C., Jensen, R.G., Wallendorf, M.J. (2008). Single-tree harvesting reduces survival and growth of oak stump sprouts in the Missouri Ozark Highlands. In Proceedings of the 16th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. West Lafayette, IN, 2008 April 8-9 (pp. 26-37). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NRS-P-24.

Fan, Z., Kabrick, J.M., Spetich, M.A., Shifley, S.R. and Jensen, R.G. (2008). Oak Mortality Associated With Crown Dieback and Oak Borer Attack in the Ozark Highlands. Forest Ecology and Management, 255, pp. 2297-2305.

Green, J.L. (2008). Overstory Density and its Effect on Oak Regeneration Abundance and Oak Understory Height Growth in the Missouri Ozark Highlands. Unpublished MS thesis, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

Jensen, R.G. and Kabrick, J.M. (2008). Comparing single-tree selection, group selection, and clearcutting for regenerating oak and pines in the Missouri Ozarks. In Proceedings of the 16th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. West Lafayette, IN, 2008 April 8-9 (pp. 38-49). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NRS-P-24.

Kabrick, J.M., Dey, D.C., Jensen, R.G. and Wallendorf, M. (2008). The role of environmental factors in oak decline and mortality in the Ozark Highlands. Forest Ecology and Management, 255, pp. 1409-1417.

Kabrick, J.M., Zenner, E.K., Dey, D.C., Gwaze, D. and Jensen, R.G. (2008). Using Ecological Land Types to Examine Landscape-scale Oak Regeneration Dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management, 255, pp. 3051-3062.

Voelker, S.L., Muzika, R.M. and Guyette, P.P. (2008). Individual Tree and Stand Level Influences on the Growth, Vigor, and Decline of Red Oaks in the Ozarks. Forest Science, 54, pp. 8-20.

Shifley, S., Fan, Z., Kabrick, J., and Jensen, R. (2006). Oak Mortality Risk Factors and Mortality Estimation. Forest Ecology and Management, 229, pp. 16-26.

Zenner, E.K., Kabrick, J.M., Grabner, J.K., and Jensen, R.G. (2005). Are landscape-level effects more than the sum of stand-level effects in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project?, In C.E. Peterson and D A. Maguire (Eds.) Balancing Ecosystem Values: Innovative Experiments for Sustainable Forestry, PNW-GTR-635, pp. 165-171.

Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G. (2004). Harvest Impacts in Uneven-Aged and Even-Aged Missouri Ozark Forests. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 21(4), 187-193.

Jensen, R.G., Johanson, M.D. and Kabrick, J.M. (2004). Borer damage to oaks in the Southeast Missouri Ozarks. D.A. Yaussy, D.M. Hix, R.P. Long, and P.C. Goebel,(Eds.). In Proceedings of the 14th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. 2004 March 16-19, Wooster, OH. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NE-316. 518 p.

Kabrick, J.M., Dey, D.C., Jensen, R.G., and Wallendorf, M. (2004). Soil and other site factors associated with oak decline and mortality. The ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual International Meetings with the Canadian Soil Science Society. Seattle, WA, 2004 October 21-November 4.

Kabrick, J.M., Renken, R.B., Kurzejeski, E.W., Jensen, R.G., Gram, W.K., Clawson, R.L., Porneluzi, P.A., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Grabner, J.K. and Johanson, M. (2004). The Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Findings from ten years of evaluating management effects on forest systems. D.A. Yaussy, D.M. Hix, R.P. Long, and P.C. Goebel,(Eds.). In Proceedings of the 14th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Wooster, OH, 2004 March 16-19 (pp. 484-496). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NE-316.

Kabrick, J.M., S.R. Shifley, R.G. Jensen, Z. Fan, and D.R. Larsen (2004). Factors Associated With Oak Mortality In Missouri Ozark Forests. D.A. Yaussy, D.M. Hix, R.P. Long, and P.C. Goebel,(Eds.). In Proceedings of the 14th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Wooster, OH, 2004 March 16-19 (pp. 27-35). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NE-316.

Kabrick, J.M., Shifley, S.R., Jensen, R.G., Larsen, D.R., and Grabner, J.K. (2004). Oak forest composition, site index patterns, and dynamics in relation to site factors in the southeastern Missouri Ozarks. M.A. Spetich, Editor. In Upland oak ecology symposium: history, current conditions, and sustainability. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. General Technical Report SRS-73. (pp. 94-101).

Treiman, T., Dwyer, J., Larsen, D. (2004). Long-Term Economic Simulation: Even-aged and Uneven-aged Examples from the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (MOFEP). Northern Journal of Forestry, 21(4), pp. 1-6.

Voelker, S.L. (2004). Causes of forest decline and consequences for oak-pine stand dynamics in southeastern Missouri. M.S. Thesis, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Jensen, R.G., and Pickens, J.B. (2002). Harvest-associated disturbance in upland Ozark forests of MOFEP. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 130-146). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Dey, D.C. and Jensen, R.G. (2002). Stump sprouting potential of oaks in Missouri Ozark forests managed by even- and uneven-aged silviculture. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 102-113). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Guyette, R. and Kabrick, J.M.. (2002). The legacy and continuity of forest disturbance, succession, and species at the MOFEP sites. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 26-44). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Jensen, R.G., Kabrick, J.M., and Zenner, E.K. (2002). Tree cavity estimation and verification in the Missouri Ozarks. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 114-129). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Kabrick, J.M., Jensen, R.G., Shifley, S.R., and Larsen, D.R. (2002). Woody vegetation following even-aged, uneven-aged, and no-harvest treatments on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 84-101). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Sheriff, S.L. (2002). Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project: The Experiment. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 1-25). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Brookshire, B.L. and Dey, D.C.(2000). Establishment and Data Collection of Vegetation-related Studies on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 1-18.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Kabrick, J.M., Pickens, J.B.(2000). Distribution of Armillaria species in upland Ozark mountain forests with respect to site, overstory species compostion and oak decline. Forest Pathology, 30, 43-60.

Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G.(2000). Logging impact in uneven-aged stands of the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. In Proceedings of Society of American Foresters 1999 National Convention. Portland, OR, 11-15 September(210-222). SAF Publication 00-1.

Guyette, R., and Larsen, D.(2000). A History of Anthropogenic and Natural Disturbances in the Area of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 19-40.

Herbeck, L.A.(2000). Analysis of Down Wood Volume and Percent Ground Cover for the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 124-132.

Kabrick, J., et al.(2000). Relationships between the soil-landscape and woody vegetation in Missouri Ozark forests. Agronomy Abstracts.

Kabrick, J., Meinert, D., Nigh, T., and Gorlinsky, B.J.(2000). Physical Environment of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Sites. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 41-70.

Shifley, S.R. and Brookshire, B.L. (2000). Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208. 314 p.

Shifley, S.R., Thompson, F.R., Larsen, D.R., Mladenoff, D.J., and Gustafson, E.J.(2000). Utilizing inventory to calibrate a landscape simulation model. M. Hansen, Editor, and T. Burk, Editor. In Integrating tools for natural resource inventories in the 21st century, proceedings of IUFRO conference. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-212, 549-561.

Shifley, S.R., Roovers, L.M., Jensen, R.G., and Larsen, D.R.(2000). Composition and Structure of Woody Forest Vegetation in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 71-106.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Kabrick, J.M., and Pickens, J.B. (1998). Patterns of Armillaria gallica, A. mellea, and A. tabescens occurrence under field conditions. C. Delatour, Editor, J. J. Guillaumin, Editor, B. Lung-Escarmant, Editor, and B. Marcais, Editor. Root and Butt Rots of Forest Trees, 9th International Conference on Root and Butt Rots. Les Colloques 89,(247-257).

Kabrick, J., et al. (1998). Soil, geology and landform relationships in the Missouri Ozarks. Agronomy Abstracts.

Brookshire, B., et al. (1997). Soils, geology, landforms and vegetation interactions in the Missouri Ozarks. Ecological Abstracts.

Grabner, J.K., Larsen, D.R., and Kabrick, J.M. (1997). An analysis of MOFEP ground flora: pre-treatment conditions. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 169-197). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Kabrick, J.M., Larsen, D.R., and Shifley, S.R. (1997). Analysis of pre-treatment woody vegetation and environmental data for the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 150-168). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Larsen, D.R., Shifley, S.R., Thompson, F.R., Brookshire, B.L., Dey, D.C., Kurzejeski, E.W., and England, K. (1997). Ten Guidelines for ecosystem researchers: Lessons from Missouri. Journal of Forestry, 95(4), 4-9.

Larsen, D.R. (1997). Simulated long-term effects of the MOFEP cutting treatments. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 347-355). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Meinert, Dennis, Nigh, T., and Kabrick, J. (1997). Landforms, geology, and soils of the MOFEP study area. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 56-68). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Sheriff, S.L. and Zhuoqiong H. (1997). The experimental design of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 26-40). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Shifley, S.R., Brookshire, B.L., Larsen, D.R., and Herbeck, L.A. (1997). Snags and down wood in Missouri old-growth and mature second-growth forests. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 14(4), 165-172.

Shifley, S.R., Brookshire, B.L., Larsen, D.R., Herbeck, L.A., and Jensen, R.G. (1997). Snags and down wood on upland oak sites in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 248-256). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Pallardy, S. (1995). Vegetation analysis, environmental relationships, and potentila successional trends in the Missouri Forest Ecosystem Project. Proceedings, 10th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Morgantown, WV. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station.

Kurzejeski, E.W., Clawson, R.L., Renken, R.B., Sheriff, S.L., Vangilder, L.D., Hauser, C., and Faaborg, J. (1993). Experimental evaluation of forest management: the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. Transactions of 58th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference, Washington D.C. (599-609).

Brookshire, B.L. and Hauser, C. (1993). The Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Proceedings, 9th Central Hardwood Forest Conference, eds. Gillespie, A. R., Parker, G. R., Pope, P. E., and Rink, G. General Technical Report NC-161. St Paul: USDA Forest Service.

Completed Projects:

Armillaria

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Bruhn, J.N. and Mihail, J.D. (2003). Opportunistically pathogenic Root Rot Fungi: Armillaria species. P. Hanson and S.D. Wullschleger, Editors. In North American Temperate Deciduous Forest Responses to Changing Precipitation Regimes. (pp. 337-346) New York, NY: Springer-Verlag New York.

Bruhn, J.N., Guyette, R. and Mihail, J.D. (2002, August). Evidence of Armillaria species relationships with Ozark forest landscape biodiversity. Poster presentation at 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Jensen, R.G., and Pickens, J.B. (2002). Harvest-associated disturbance in upland Ozark forests of MOFEP. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 130-146). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Bruhn, J., Wetteroff, J., and Haugen, L. (2002). Survival of oak root systems following frill girdle herbicide treatment for oak wilt control. J. Van Sambeek, Editor. In 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Urbana-Champaign, IL, 2002 April 1-3 (pp. 544-550). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-234.

Mihail, J.D. and Bruhn, J.N. (2002). Rhizomorph foraging patterns of Armillaria gallica and A. mellea from the Ozark mountains of the central U.S.A. Poster presentation at 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway.

Mihail, J.D., Bruhn, J.N., and Leininger, T.R. (2002). The effects of moisture and oxygen availability on rhizomorph generation by Armillaria tabescens in comparison with A. gallica and A. mellea. Mycological Research,106(6), 697-704.

Mihail, J.D., Bruhn, J.N., and Leininger, T.R. (2001). Rhizomorph generation by three Armillaria spp. under high O2 availability and saturation. Phytopathology, 91, S62.

Bruhn, J., et al.(2000). Characteristics of harvest disturbance within tree populations in upland Ozark forests of MOFEP. Phytopathology, 90, S10.

Bruhn, J., et al.(2000). Effects of soil moisture and oxygen levels on rhizomorph generation by Armillaria tabescens in comparison with A. gallica and A. mellea. Mycological Res., 106, 697-704.

Bruhn, J., et al.(2000). Survival of oak root systems following frill girdle herbicide treatment for oak wilt control. Phytopathology, 90(6), 11.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Kabrick, J.M., Pickens, J.B.(2000). Distribution of Armillaria species in upland Ozark mountain forests with respect to site, overstory species compostion and oak decline. Forest Pathology, 30, 43-60.

Bruhn, J.N., Johnson, T.E., Karr, A.L., Wetteroff, J.J., and Leininger, T.D. (1998). Identification of Armillaria field isolates using isozymes and mycelial growth characteristics. Mycopathologia, 142, 89-96.

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., Mihail, J.D., Kabrick, J.M., and Pickens, J.B. (1998). Patterns of Armillaria gallica, A. mellea, and A. tabescens occurrence under field conditions. C. Delatour, Editor, J. J. Guillaumin, Editor, B. Lung-Escarmant, Editor, and B. Marcais, Editor. Root and Butt Rots of Forest Trees, 9th International Conference on Root and Butt Rots. Les Colloques 89,(247-257).

Bruhn, J.N., Wetteroff, J.J., Mihail, J.D., Burks, S. (1997). Determination of the ecological and geographic distributions of Armillaria species in Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 257-273). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Mihail, J.D., Obert, M., Bruhn J.N., Taylor, S. (1995). Fractal geometry of mycelia and rhizomorphs of Armillaria species. Mycological Research, 99, 81-88.

Carbon and Sulfur Cycling

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Spratt, H.G. (2002). The impact of timber harvest on surface soil microbial community activity in clearcut Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Plots. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 197-212). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Spratt, H.G. and Campbell, B.N. (2002). Impacts of clear-cutting and selective cutting on carbon and sulfur pools in surface soils five years post harvest. Southeastern Biology,49, 205.

Spratt, H.G. (2001). Comparison of the impact of timber harvest by clear-cutting and selective-harvest on surface soil, Abstracts of Annual meeting, Association of SE Biologists. New Orleans, LA. SE Biology 48, 180.

Spratt, H.G.(2000). Forest clear-cutting affects surface soil nutrient cycling. NRI Research Highlights, May 2000. U. S. Department of Agriculture National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program.

Spratt, H.G.(2000). The importance of K and Mg leaching to soil microbial communities from disturbed forest A-horizon. Abstracts of Annual meeting, Association of SE Biologists. Chattanooga, TN.

Spratt, H.G., Howerton, K.B., and Burdette, J.E. (1999). Diminished microbial activity related to K and Mg leaching in A-horizon soils from a clear-cut forest. Abstracts of Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of America. Spokane, WA.

Spratt, H.G., Howerton, K.B., and Dobosh, N.E. (1999). The effects of clear-cutting and selective harvest of timber on carbon, sulfur and nitrogen transformation. Abstracts of Annual Meeting, Association of SE Biologists. Wilmington, NC.

Spratt, H.G. and Howerton, K.B. (1998). Carbon and Sulfur transformations in A-horizon soils of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Abstracts of Annual Meeting, Association SE Biologists. Monroe, LA.

Spratt, H.G., Eslinger, M.R., Pulliam, J.M. (1997). Pretreatment carbon and sulfur transformations in A-horizon soils of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Abstracts of Annual Meeting, Association SE Biologists. Greenville, SC.

Spratt, H.G. (1997). Microbial sulfur transformations in A-horizon soils of a Missouri Ozark forest managed for timber. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 29, 1639-1646.

Spratt, H.G. (1997). Organic sulphur and the retention of nutrient cations in forest surface soils. Journal of Conference Abstracts, 2(305). Abstracts of the 3rd International Symposium on Ecosystem Behaviour. Biogeomon, Villanova, PA.

Spratt, H.G. (1997). Aspects of carbon and sulfur transformations in MOFEP surface soils. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 69-105). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Spratt, H.G., McDearman, H., Enloe, A. (1996). Microbial organic sulfur transformations in Missouri Ozark forest A-horizon soils. Abstracts of Annual Meeting, Association of SE Biologists. Statesboro, GA.

Spratt, H.G. (1995). Seasonal lignocellulose (Quercus alba) mineralization in Missouri Ozark forest A-horizon soils. Abstracts of Annual Meeting, Association of SE Biologists. Knoxville, TN.

Spratt, H.G. (1995). Soil sulfur cycling in Missouri Ozark forests managed for timber production. Abstracts of Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of America. Snowbird, Utah.

Mills, J.C. and Spratt, H.G. (1994). Lignocellulose mineralization in Missouri Ozark forest A-horizon soils. Abstracts of Annual Meeting, Missouri Academy Science. Cape Girardeau, MO.

Spratt, H.G. and Lee, K.W. (1993). Microbial sulfur transformations in A-horizon soils of a southeast Missouri forest. Abstracts of Annual Meeting of Missouri Academy of Science. Kansas City, MO.

Spratt, H.G. and Lee, K.W. (1993). Sulfur transformations in Ozark forest soils: The effect of forest management for timber production. Abstracts of Annual Meeting of American Society of Microbiology. Atlanta, GA.

Carbon Flux

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Chen, J., Xu, J., Jensen, R. and Kabrick, J. (2015). Changes in aboveground biomass following alternative harvesting in oak-hickory forests in the eastern USA. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry, pp. 1-9.

Li, Q., Chen, J. and Moorhead, D.L. (2012). Respiratory carbon losses in a managed oak forest ecosystem. Forest Ecology and Management, 279, pp. 1-10.

Qi, Y. (2010). Effects of Timber Harvesting on Upland Oak Forests in the Missouri Ozarks. M.S. Thesis, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi.

Li, Q., Moorhead, D.L., DeForest, J.L., Chen, J., Henderson, R. and Jensen, R. (2009). Mixed litter decomposition in a managed Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem. Forest Ecology and Management, 257, pp 688-694.

Chen, Jiquan and Randy Jensen (2008). Annual Report - Carbon Flux (2007-2008) pp. 3.

Henderson, Rachel (2007). Partitioning Soil CO2 Efflux through Vertical Profiles of Manipulated Forests in MOFEP. MS thesis, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.

Li, L., Chen, J., DeForest, J.L., Jensen, R., Moorhead, D.L. and Henderson, R. (2007). Effects of timber harvest on carbon pools in Ozark forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37, pp. 2337-2348.

Li, Q., Chen, J., Bresee, M.K., Rademacher, J.A. and LaCroix, J.J. (2007). Areas influenced by multiple edges and their implications in fragmented landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management, 242, pp. 99-107.

Li, Q. (2006). Carbon storage and fluxes in a managed oak forest landscape, Ph.D Dissertation, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.

Chen, J., Li, Q., Henderson, R., Moorhead, D. and Zheng, D. (2006). Major Discoveries from the Carbon Study at MOFEP Compartments. Carbon Flux and Storage in Mixed Oak Forests of MOFEP. pp 1.

Chen, J., Moorhead, D., Li, Q., Jensen, R. and Kabrick, J. (2005). Annual Report (2004-2005). Carbon Flux and Storage in Mixed Oak Forests of MOFEP. pp 8.

Ricklefs, R.E., Swanson, B.L., Fallon, S.M., Martinex-Abrain, A., Scheuerlein, A., Gray, J. and Latta, S.C. (2005). Community Relationships of Avian Malaria Parasites in Southern Missouri. Ecological Monographs, 75(4), pp. 543-559.

Concilio, A.S., Li, Q., LeMoine, J., Chen, J., North, M., Moorhead, D. and Jensen, R. (2005). Soil respiration response to experimental disturbance in mixed conifer and hard wood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research,35, pp. 1581-1591.

Chen, J., Moorhead, D., Jensen, R.,and Kabrick, J. (2004). Annual Report (2003-2004). Carbon Flux and Storage in Mixed Oak Forests of MOFEP. pp 3.

Xu, M., Qi, Y., Chen, J. and Song, B. (2004). Scale-dependent relationships between landscape structure and microclimate. Plant Ecology, 73, pp. 39-57.

Xu, M., Chen, J., and Qi, Y. (2002). Growing-season temperature and soil moisture along a 10 km transect across a forested landscape. Climate Research,22, 57-72.

Xu, M., Qi, Y., Chen, J., and Yin, W.(2000). Effects of spatial and temporal heterogeneity on micorenvironment on plant diversity in the Southeastern Missouri Ozarks. Geographic Information Systems, 6(1), 1-10.

Zheng, D., Chen, J., Song, B., Sneed, P., and Jensen, R.(2000). Effects of silvicultural treatments on summer forest microclimate in southeastern Missouri Ozarks. Climate Research.

Xu, M., Chen, J. and Brookshire, B. (1997). Temperature and its variability in oak forests in the southeastern Missouri Ozarks. Climate Research, 8(9), 209-223.

Xu, M., Saunders, S.C. and Chen, J. (1997). Analysis of landscape structure in the southeastern Missouri Ozarks. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 41-55). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Economics

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Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G. (2004). Harvest Impacts in Uneven-Aged and Even-Aged Missouri Ozark Forests. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 21(4), 187-193.

Treiman, T., Dwyer, J., Larsen, D. (2004). Long-Term Economic Simulation: Even-aged and Uneven-aged Examples from the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (MOFEP). Northern Journal of Forestry, 21(4), pp. 1-6.

Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G.(2000). Logging impact in uneven-aged stands of the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. In Proceedings of Society of American Foresters 1999 National Convention. Portland, OR, 11-15 September(210-222). SAF Publication 00-1.

Larsen, D.R. (1997). Simulated long-term effects of the MOFEP cutting treatments. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 347-355). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Forest History

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Stambaugh, M.C. and Guyette, R.P. (2004). Long-term growth and climate response of shortleaf pine at the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. D.A. Yaussy, D.M. Hix, R.P. Long, and P.C. Goebel,(Eds.). In Proceedings of the 14th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Wooster, OH, 2004 March 16-19 (pp. 448-458). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NE-316.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, and D.C. Dey (2003). Fire history in the riparian corridor of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Report for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways USDI NPS PO#6640010030, pp 27.

Bruhn, J.N., Guyette, R. and Mihail, J.D. (2002, August). Evidence of Armillaria species relationships with Ozark forest landscape biodiversity. Poster presentation at 7th International Mycological Congress, Oslo, Norway.

Dey, D.C. and Jensen, R.G. (2002). Stump sprouting potential of oaks in Missouri Ozark forests managed by even- and uneven-aged silviculture. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 102-113). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Guyette, R. and Kabrick, J.M.. (2002). The legacy and continuity of forest disturbance, succession, and species at the MOFEP sites. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 26-44). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Guyette, R.P., Muzika, R.M., and Dey, D.C. (2002). Dynamics of an anthropogenic fire regime. Ecosystems, 5, 472-486.

Stambaugh, M., Muzika, R., and Guyette, R. (2002). Disturbance characteristics and overstory composition of an old-growth shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) forest in the Ozark highlands, Missouri, USA. Natural Areas Journal,22(2), 108-119.

Brookshire, B.L. and Dey, D.C.(2000). Establishment and Data Collection of Vegetation-related Studies on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 1-18.

Dwyer, J.P., Dey, D.C., Walter, W.D., and Jensen, R.G.(2000). Logging impact in uneven-aged stands of the Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project. In Proceedings of Society of American Foresters 1999 National Convention. Portland, OR, 11-15 September(210-222). SAF Publication 00-1.

Guyette, R.P., Dey, D.C.(2000). Humans, topography, and wildland fire: the ingredients for long-term patterns in ecosystems. D.A. Yaussy, Compiler. In Proc. Workshop on fire, people, and the Central Hardwoods landscape. Richmond, KY., 12-14 March(28-35). USDA For. Serv. NE-GTR-274.

Guyette, R., and Larsen, D.(2000). A History of Anthropogenic and Natural Disturbances in the Area of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 19-40.

Guyette, R.P., Dey, M., and Dey D.C. (1998). An Ozark fire history. Missouri Conservationist, 60(3), 4-7.

Brookshire, B.L., Jensen R., and Dey D.C. (1997). The Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem project: past, present and future. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 1-25). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Guyette, R. and Dey, D.C. (1997). Fire and logging history at Huckleberry Hollow, Shannon County, Missouri. Missouri Department of Conservation Forest Resource Report No. 1.

Guyette, R. and Dey, D.C. (1997). Historic shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) abundance and fire frequency in a mixed oak-pine forest. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 136-149)). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Guyette, R.P. and Cutter, B.E. (1997). Fire history, population, and calcium cycling in the Current River Watershed. Pallardy et al., Editors. Proceedings 11th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Columbia, MO, 23-26 March(401). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-188.

Larsen, D.R., Shifley, S.R., Thompson, F.R., Brookshire, B.L., Dey, D.C., Kurzejeski, E.W., and England, K. (1997). Ten Guidelines for ecosystem researchers: Lessons from Missouri. Journal of Forestry, 95(4), 4-9.

Guyette, R.P. and Rabeni, C. (1995). Climate response among the rings of fish and trees. Oecologia, 104, 272-279.

Guyette, R. (1995). A history of wildland fire in the Current River watershed. Report for MDC and NPS.

Cutter, B.E. and Guyette, R.P. (1994). Fire history of an oak-hickory ridge top in the Missouri Ozarks. American Midlands Naturalist, 132, 393-398.

Guyette, R.P. and Cutter, B.E. (1994). Barium and manganese trends in tree-rings as monitors of sulfate deposition. J. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 73, 213-223.

Guyette, R. and Cutter, B. (1991).Tree-ring analysis of fire history of a post oak savanna in the Missouri Ozarks. Natural Areas Journal, 11(2), 93-99.

Genetics

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Apsit, V.J., Dyer, R.J., and Sork, V.L. (2002). Patterns of mating in an insect-pollinated tree species in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 213-226). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Dyer, R.J. and Sork, V.L. (2001). Pollen pool heterogeneity in shortleaf pine, Pinus echinata Mill. Molecular ecology, 10, 859-866.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Gram, W.K. and Sork, V.L. (2001). Association between environmental and genetic heterogeneity in forest tree populations. Ecology, 7, 2012-2021.

Smouse, P.E., Dyer, R.J., Westfall, R.D., and Sork, V.L. (2001). Two generation analysis of pollen flow across a landscape. I. Male heterogeneity across females. Evolution, 55, 260-271.

Gram, W.K. and Sork, V.L. (1999). Population density as a predictor of genetic diversity for woody plant species. Conservation Biology, 13, 1079-1087.

Sork, V.L., Nason, J., Campbell, D. R. and Fernandez, J. (1999). Landscape approaches to historical and contemporary gene flow in plants. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 14, 219-224.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., and Marquis, R.J. (1997). Synthesis and integration of pre-treatment results from the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 356-369). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Sork, V.L., Koop, A.L., de la Fuente, M.A., Foster, P., Raveill, J.A. (1997). Patterns of genetic variation in woody plant species in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 231-247). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Stowe, K., Sork, V.L., and Farrell, A. (1994). Effects of maternal microhabitat and water availability on the phenotypic expression of resistance t. Oecologia, 100, 309-315.

Sork, V.L., Bramble, J. and Sexton, O. (1993). Ecology of mast-fruiting in Missouri oaks. Ecology, 74, 528-541.

Sork, V.L., Huang, S., Wiener, E. (1993). Macrogeographic and fine-scale genetic structure in a North American oak species, Quercus rubra L. Annales des Sciences Forestieres, 50(1), 128-136.

Sork, V.L., Stowe, K., Hochwender, C. (1993). Evidence for local adaptation in closely adjacent subpopulations of Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra L.) expressed as resistance to leaf herbivores. American Naturalist, 142, 928-936.

Lichens

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Peck, J., Grabner, J., and Ladd, D. (2002). The Lichen Communities of the Southeastern Missouri Ozarks: Lessons in species associations, habitat partitioning, and distribution from the MOFEP study. Unpublished report for the Missouri Department of Conservation, pp 41.

Microclimate

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Ryu, S., Chen, J., Crow, T.R., and Saunders, S.C. (2004). Available fuel dynamics in nine contrasting forest ecosystems in north America. Environmental Management, 34(3), pp. S87-1.

Chen, J., Huebner, C.D., Saunders, S.C., and Song, B. (2002). Plant distribution and diversity across an Ozark landscape. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 45-65). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Chen, J., Xu, M., and Brosofske, K.D. (1997). Microclimate Characteristics in the Southeastern Missouri Ozarks. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 122-135). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Xu, M., Saunders, S.C. and Chen, J. (1997). Analysis of landscape structure in the southeastern Missouri Ozarks. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 41-55). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

MOFEP Integration Study

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Gram, W.K., Porneluzi, P.A., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J. and Richter, S.C. (2003). Effects of experimental forest management on density and nesting success of bird species in Missouri Ozark forests, Conservation Biology, 17(5), 1324-1337.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (Abstract only). S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 227). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K. and Sork, V.L. (2001). Association between environmental and genetic heterogeneity in forest tree populations. Ecology, 7, 2012-2021.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Gram, W.K. and Sork, V.L. (1999). Population density as a predictor of genetic diversity for woody plant species. Conservation Biology, 13, 1079-1087.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., and Marquis, R.J. (1997). Synthesis and integration of pre-treatment results from the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 356-369). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Plethodontial Salamanders

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Kabrick, J.M., Jensen, R.G., Shifley, S.R., and Larsen, D.R. (2002). Woody vegetation following even-aged, uneven-aged, and no-harvest treatments on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 84-101). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Guyette, R., and Larsen, D.(2000). A History of Anthropogenic and Natural Disturbances in the Area of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 19-40.

Herbeck, L.A.(2000). Analysis of Down Wood Volume and Percent Ground Cover for the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 124-132.

Shifley, S.R., Thompson, F.R., Larsen, D.R., Mladenoff, D.J., and Gustafson, E.J.(2000). Utilizing inventory to calibrate a landscape simulation model. M. Hansen, Editor, and T. Burk, Editor. In Integrating tools for natural resource inventories in the 21st century, proceedings of IUFRO conference. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-212, 549-561.

Shifley, S.R., Roovers, L.M., Jensen, R.G., and Larsen, D.R.(2000). Composition and Structure of Woody Forest Vegetation in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 71-106.

Grabner, J.K., Larsen, D.R., and Kabrick, J.M. (1997). An analysis of MOFEP ground flora: pre-treatment conditions. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 169-197). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Kabrick, J.M., Larsen, D.R., and Shifley, S.R. (1997). Analysis of pre-treatment woody vegetation and environmental data for the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 150-168). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Larsen, D.R., Shifley, S.R., Thompson, F.R., Brookshire, B.L., Dey, D.C., Kurzejeski, E.W., and England, K. (1997). Ten Guidelines for ecosystem researchers: Lessons from Missouri. Journal of Forestry, 95(4), 4-9.

Larsen, D.R. (1997). Simulated long-term effects of the MOFEP cutting treatments. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 347-355). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Shifley, S.R., Brookshire, B.L., Larsen, D.R., and Herbeck, L.A. (1997). Snags and down wood in Missouri old-growth and mature second-growth forests. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 14(4), 165-172.

Shifley, S.R., Brookshire, B.L., Larsen, D.R., Herbeck, L.A., and Jensen, R.G. (1997). Snags and down wood on upland oak sites in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 248-256). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Soft Mast

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Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (2002). Short-term responses of the small mammal communities to forest management within Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 161-170). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2002). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (Abstract only). S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 227). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Renken, R.B. and Fantz, D.K. (2002). Immediate, landscape-scale impacts of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on herpetofaunal communities of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. S.R. Shifley, Editor and J.M. Kabrick, Editor. In 2001 Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment. St. Louis, MO, 2000 October 17-18 (pp. 171-183). USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-227.

Gram, W.K., Sork, V.L., Marquis, R.J., Renken, R.B., Clawson, R.L., Faaborg, J., Fantz, D.K., Le Corff, J., Lill, J.T., and Porneluzi, P.A. (2001). Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Ecological Applications, 11(6), 1667-1679.

Fantz, D.K. and Hamilton, D.A. (1997). Abundance and production of berry-producing plants on the MOFEP study sites: the soft mast study. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 210-230). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Fantz, D.K. and Renken, R.B. (1997). Pre-harvest (1994-1995) conditions of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project small mammal com. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 309-317). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

Soils

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Singh, G., Goyne, K.W. and Kabrick, J.M. (2015). Determinants of total and available phosphorus in forested Alfisols and Ultisols of the Ozark Highlands, USA. Geoderma Regional, 5, pp. 117-126.

Kabrick, John M., Keith W. Goyne, Zhaofei Fan and Dennis Meinert (2011). Landscape Determinants of Exchangeable Calcium and Magnesium in Ozark Highland Forest Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 75(1), pp. 164-180.

Kabrick, J., et al.(2000). Relationships between the soil-landscape and woody vegetation in Missouri Ozark forests. Agronomy Abstracts.

Kabrick, J., Meinert, D., Nigh, T., and Gorlinsky, B.J.(2000). Physical Environment of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Sites. In Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-208, 41-70.

Kabrick, J., et al. (1998). Soil, geology and landform relationships in the Missouri Ozarks. Agronomy Abstracts.

Meinert, Dennis, Nigh, T., and Kabrick, J. (1997). Landforms, geology, and soils of the MOFEP study area. B.L. Brookshire, Editor and S.R. Shifley, Editor. In Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: An Experimental Approach to Landscape Research. St. Louis, MO, 3-5 June(pp. 56-68). USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report NC-193.

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