Robert G. Wagner
Robert G. Wagner
Purdue University, Department of Forestry & Natural Resources
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Process versus empirical models: which approach for forest ecosystem management?
MD Korzukhin, MT Ter-Mikaelian, RG Wagner
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26 (5), 879-887, 1996
The role of vegetation management for enhancing productivity of the world's forests
RG Wagner, KM Little, B Richardson, K Mcnabb
Forestry 79 (1), 57-79, 2006
Dynamics of coarse woody debris following gap harvesting in the Acadian forest of central Maine, USA
S Fraver, RG Wagner, M Day
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (12), 2094-2105, 2002
A comparison of methods for measuring effects of density and proportion in plant competition experiments
ML Roush, SR Radosevich, RG Wagner, BD Maxwell, TD Petersen
Weed Science, 268-275, 1989
Clearcutting and burning of northern spruce‐fir forests: implications for small mammal communities
TP Sullivan, RA Lautenschlager, RG Wagner
Journal of Applied Ecology 36 (3), 327-344, 1999
Critical period of interspecific competition for northern conifers associated with herbaceous vegetation
RG Wagner, GH Mohammed, TL Noland
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (7), 890-897, 1999
The role of herbicides for enhancing forest productivity and conserving land for biodiversity in North America
RG Wagner, M Newton, EC Cole, JH Miller, BD Shiver
Wildlife Society Bulletin 32 (4), 1028-1041, 2004
Neighborhood predictors of interspecific competition in young Douglas-fir plantations
RG Wagner, SR Radosevich
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21 (6), 821-828, 1991
Neighborhood approach for quantifying interspecific competition in coastal Oregon forests
RG Wagner, SR Radosevich
Ecological Applications 8 (3), 779-794, 1998
Research directions to advance forest vegetation management in North America
RG Wagner
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (10), 2317-2327, 1993
Changes in diversity of plant and small mammal communities after herbicide application in sub-boreal spruce forest
TP Sullivan, RG Wagner, DG Pitt, RA Lautenschlager, DG Chen
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (2), 168-177, 1998
Competition thresholds for the survival and growth of ponderosa pine seedlings associated with woody and herbaceous vegetation
RG Wagner, TD Petersen, DW Ross, SR Radosevich
New Forests 3 (2), 151-170, 1989
Relative competitiveness of nine early-successional boreal forest species associated with planted jack pine and black spruce seedlings
FW Bell, MT Ter-Mikaelian, RG Wagner
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (5), 790-800, 2000
Competition and critical-period thresholds for vegetation management decisions in young conifer stands
RG Wagner
The Forestry Chronicle 76 (6), 961-968, 2000
Changes in landscape composition and stand structure from 1945 2002 on an industrial forest in New Brunswick, Canada
DA Etheridge, DA MacLean, RG Wagner, JS Wilson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35 (8), 1965-1977, 2005
Acceptable practices in Ontario's forests: Differences between the public and forestry professionals
RG Wagner, J Flynn, CK Mertz, P Slovic, R Gregory
New Forests 16 (2), 139-154, 1998
Effects of intensive forest management on stand and landscape characteristics in northern New Brunswick, Canada (1945–2027)
DA Etheridge, DA MacLean, RG Wagner, JS Wilson
Landscape Ecology 21 (4), 509-524, 2006
Absorption and translocation of glyphosate in Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) as influenced by droplet size, droplet number, and herbicide concentration
SH Liu, RA Campbell, JA Studens, RG Wagner
Weed Science, 482-488, 1996
Comparison of biomass component equations for four species of northern coniferous tree seedlings
RG Wagner, MT Ter-Mikaelian
Annals of Forest Science 56 (3), 193-199, 1999
Long-term spatial and structural dynamics in Acadian mixedwood stands managed under various silvicultural systems
MR Saunders, RG Wagner
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (3), 498-517, 2008
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