John A. Kershaw, Jr.
John A. Kershaw, Jr.
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Forest mensuration
B Husch, TW Beers, JA Kershaw Jr
John Wiley & Sons, 2002
Forest growth and yield modeling
AR Weiskittel, DW Hann, JA Kershaw Jr, JK Vanclay
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Predicting the effects of silvicultural regime on branch size and crown wood core in Douglas-fir
DA Maguire, JA Kershaw Jr, DW Hann
Forest Science 37 (5), 1409-1428, 1991
Forest mensuration
JA Kershaw Jr, MJ Ducey, TW Beers, B Husch
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
Differences in spruce budworm defoliation among balsam fir and white, red, and black spruce
CR Hennigar, DA MacLean, DT Quiring, JA Kershaw Jr
Forest Science 54 (2), 158-166, 2008
Regional stem taper equations for eleven conifer species in the Acadian region of North America: development and assessment
R Li, A Weiskittel, AR Dick, JA Kershaw Jr, RS Seymour
Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 29 (1), 5-14, 2012
Crown structure in western hemlock, Douglas-fir, and grand fir in western Washington: trends in branch-level mass and leaf area
JA Kershaw Jr, DA Maguire
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25 (12), 1897-1912, 1995
Longevity and duration of radial growth in Douglas-fir branches
JA Kershaw Jr, DA Maguire, DW Hann
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20 (11), 1690-1695, 1990
Influence of canopy structure assumptions on predictions from Beer's law. A comparison of deterministic and stochastic simulations
DR Larsen, JA Kershaw Jr
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 81 (1-2), 61-77, 1996
Competitive success of natural oak regeneration in clearcuts during the stem exclusion stage
RC Morrissey, DF Jacobs, JR Seifert, BC Fischer, JA Kershaw
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (6), 1419-1430, 2008
Layer stacking: a novel algorithm for individual forest tree segmentation from LiDAR point clouds
E Ayrey, S Fraver, JA Kershaw Jr, LS Kenefic, D Hayes, AR Weiskittel, ...
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 43 (1), 16-27, 2017
Modeling annualized occurrence, frequency, and composition of ingrowth using mixed-effects zero-inflated models and permanent plots in the Acadian Forest Region of North America
R Li, AR Weiskittel, JA Kershaw Jr
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (10), 2077-2089, 2011
Species differences in total and vertical distribution of branch-and tree-level leaf area for the five primary conifer species in Maine, USA
AR Weiskittel, JA Kershaw Jr, PV Hofmeyer, RS Seymour
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7), 1695-1703, 2009
Influence of vertical foliage structure on the distribution of stem cross-sectional area increment in western hemlock and balsam fir
JA Kershaw Jr, DA Maguire
Forest Science 46 (1), 86-94, 2000
Crown structure in western hemlock, Douglas-fir, and grand fir in western Washington: horizontal distribution of foliage within branches
JA Kershaw Jr, DA Maguire
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26 (1), 128-142, 1996
Effect of harvest of old growth Douglas-fir stands and subsequent management on carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere
JA Kershaw Jr, CD Oliver, TM Hinckley
Journal of Sustainable Forestry 1 (1), 61-77, 1992
Rapid 21st century climate change projected to shift composition and growth of Canada’s Acadian Forest Region
AR Taylor, Y Boulanger, DT Price, D Cyr, E McGarrigle, W Rammer, ...
Forest ecology and management 405, 284-294, 2017
Development of height to crown base models for thirteen tree species of the North American Acadian Region
B Rijal, AR Weiskittel, JA Kershaw Jr
The Forestry Chronicle 88 (1), 60-73, 2012
Comparing strategies for modeling individual-tree height and height-to-crown base increment in mixed-species Acadian forests of northeastern North America
MB Russell, AR Weiskittel, JA Kershaw
European journal of forest research 133 (6), 1121-1135, 2014
Evaluation of alternative methods for using LiDAR to predict aboveground biomass in mixed species and structurally complex forests in northeastern North America.
R Hayashi, JA Kershaw, A Weiskittel
Math. Comput. For. Nat. Resour. Sci. 7 (2), 49-65, 2015
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