Lauren S. Pile Knapp
Lauren S. Pile Knapp
Other namesLauren S. Pile
USDA Forest Service
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Mechanisms of Chinese tallow (Triadica sebifera) invasion and their management implications–a review
LS Pile, GG Wang, JP Stovall, E Siemann, GS Wheeler, CA Gabler
Forest Ecology and Management 404, 1-13, 2017
Drought impacts and compounding mortality on forest trees in the southern Sierra Nevada
LS Pile, MD Meyer, R Rojas, O Roe, MT Smith
Forests 10 (3), 237, 2019
Fire effects on a fire-adapted species: response of grass stage longleaf pine seedlings to experimental burning
BO Knapp, LS Pile, JL Walker, G Geoff Wang
Fire Ecology 14 (2), 1-16, 2018
Leaf physiology and morphology of Castanea dentata (Marsh.) Borkh., Castanea mollissima Blume, and three backcross breeding generations planted in the …
BO Knapp, GG Wang, SL Clark, LS Pile, SE Schlarbaum
New Forests 45, 283-293, 2014
Are we close enough? Comparing prairie reconstruction chronosequences to remnants following two site preparation methods in Missouri, USA
C Newbold, BO Knapp, LS Pile
Restoration Ecology, 2020
Chinese tallow (Triadica sebifera) invasion in maritime forests: the role of anthropogenic disturbance and its management implication
LS Pile, GG Wang, BO Knapp, JL Walker, MC Stambaugh
Forest ecology and management 398, 10-24, 2017
Comparing morphology and physiology of southeastern US Pinus seedlings: implications for adaptation to surface fire regimes
LS Pile, GG Wang, BO Knapp, G Liu, D Yu
Annals of forest science 74, 1-12, 2017
Effect of Protective Gas and Pyrolysis Temperature on the Biochar Produced from Three Plants of Gramineae: Physical and Chemical Characterization
G Liu, Q Xu, X Dong, J Yang, LS Pile, G Geoff Wang, F Wang
Waste and biomass valorization 7, 1469-1480, 2016
Managing an Established Tree Invader: Developing Control Methods for Chinese Tallow (Triadica sebifera) in Maritime Forests
LS Pile, GG Wang, TA Waldrop, JL Walker, WC Bridges, PA Layton
Journal of Forestry 115 (6), 522-529, 2017
Differential responses of tree species to a severe ice storm and their implications to forest composition in the southeast United States
D Lu, LS Pile, D Yu, J Zhu, DC Bragg, GG Wang
Forest ecology and management 468, 118177, 2020
Effect of potassium permanganate and pyrolysis temperature on the biochar produced from rice straw and suitability of biochars for heavy metal (CD & PB) immobilization in paper …
G Liu, S Lin, LS Pile, Z Fang, GG Wang
Longleaf pine adaptation to fire: is early height growth pattern critical to fire survival?
GG Wang, LS Pile, BO Knapp, H Hu
18th Biennial Southern Silviculture Research Conference, 2016
Characterizing tree mortality after extreme drought and insect outbreaks in the southern Sierra Nevada
LS Pile, MD Meyer, R Rojas, O Roe
In: Kirschman, Julia E., comp. Proceedings of the 19th biennial southern …, 2018
Responses of two genetically superior loblolly pine clonal ideotypes to a severe ice storm
LS Pile, CA Maier, GG Wang, D Yu, TM Shearman
Forest Ecology and Management 360, 213-220, 2016
Sustainability and forest certification as a framework for a capstone forest resource management plans course
CM Watts, LS Pile, TJ Straka
Open Journal of Forestry 2 (03), 159, 2012
The ‘other’ hardwood: Growth, physiology, and dynamics of hickories in the Central Hardwood Region, USA
LS Pile Knapp, R Snell, LA Vickers, T Hutchinson, J Kabrick, MA Jenkins, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 497, 119513, 2021
Solidago canadensis invasion destabilizes the understory plant community and soil properties of coastal shelterbelt forests of subtropical China
H Xie, LS Pile Knapp, M Yu, GG Wang
Plant and Soil, 1-13, 2022
Variation in individual biomass decreases faster than mean biomass with increasing density of bamboo stands
G Liu, C Hui, M Chen, LS Pile, GG Wang, F Wang, P Shi
Journal of Forestry Research 31, 981–987, 2020
The tortoise and the hare: A race between native tree species and the invasive Chinese tallow
LS Pile, L Vickers, M Stambaugh, C Norman, GG Wang
Forest ecology and management 445, 110-121, 2019
Shortleaf pine and mixed hardwood stands: thirty-four years after regeneration with the fell-and-burn technique in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
LS Pile, T Waldrop
USDA Forest Service, 2016
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