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Dr. Richard Daniels

Professor, Emeritus Quantitative Forest Management
Selected Publications:

Jordan, L; Clark, A; Schimleck, L; Hall, D; and Daniels, R. 2008. Regional variation in wood specific gravity of planted loblolly pine in the United States. Can. J. For. Res. 38(4):698-710.

Antony, F; Schimleck, L; Daniels, R; Clark, A; and Hall, D. 2010. Modeling the longitudinal variation in wood specific gravity of planted loblolly pine in the United States. Can. J. For. Res. 40(12):2439-2451.

Antony, F; Schimleck, L; Hall, D; Clark, A; and Daniels, R. 2011. Modeling the effect of mid-rotation fertilization on specific gravity of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.). For. Sci.57(2):145-152.

Antony, F; Schimleck, L; Clark, A; and Daniels, R. 2011. The effect of fertilization on growth and wood properties of thinned and unthinned midrotation loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.). South. J. App. For. :(accepted).

Antony, F; Jordan, L; Schimleck, L; Clark, A; Souter, R.A; and Daniels, R. 2011. Regional variation in wood modulus of elasticity (stiffness) and modulus of rupture (strength) of planted loblolly pine in the United States. Can. J. For. Res. :(accepted).

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