James N. Long
James N. Long
Emeritus Professor of Forestry
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Coarse woody debris as a function of age, stand structure, and disturbance in boreal Newfoundland
BR Sturtevant, JA Bissonette, JN Long, DW Roberts
Ecological Applications 7 (2), 702-712, 1997
3931997
A practical approach to density management
JN Long
The Forestry Chronicle 61 (1), 23-27, 1985
3721985
Relation between size and density in developing stands: a description and possible mechanisms
JN Long, FW Smith
Forest Ecology and Management 7 (3), 191-206, 1984
2401984
Linkages between silviculture and ecology: an analysis of density management diagrams
SB Jack, JN Long
Forest Ecology and Management 86 (1-3), 205-220, 1996
2091996
Emulating natural disturbance regimes as a basis for forest management: a North American view
JN Long
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (9), 1868-1873, 2009
2022009
Assessment of growing stock in uneven-aged stands.
JN Long, TW Daniel
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 5 (3), 93-96, 1990
1811990
Accumulation of organic matter in a series of Douglas-fir stands
J Turner, JN Long
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 5 (4), 681-690, 1975
1661975
Age-related decline in forest growth: an emergent property
FW Smith, JN Long
Forest Ecology and Management 144 (1-3), 175-181, 2001
1632001
Leaf area-sapwood area relations of lodgepole pine as influenced by stand density and site index
JN Long, FW Smith
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18 (2), 247-250, 1988
1521988
Volume increment in Pinus contorta var. latifolia: the influence of stand development and crown dynamics
JN Long, FW Smith
Forest ecology and management 53 (1-4), 53-64, 1992
1471992
Variation in sapwood area-leaf area relations within two stands of lodgepole pine
TJ Dean, JN Long
Forest Science 32 (3), 749-758, 1986
1471986
Linkages between silviculture and ecology: examination of several important conceptual models
JN Long, TJ Dean, SD Roberts
Forest ecology and management 200 (1-3), 249-261, 2004
1402004
Validity of Constant-stress and Elastic-instability Principles of Stem Formation in Pinus contorta and Trifolium pratense
TJ Dean, JN Long
Annals of botany 58 (6), 833-840, 1986
1371986
Factors influencing the amount and distribution of leaf area of pine stands
JM Vose, PM Dougherty, JN Long, FW Smith, HL Gholz, PJ Curran
Ecological Bulletins, 102-114, 1994
1361994
Comparison of leaf area index estimates from tree allometrics and measured light interception
FW Smith, DA Sampson, JN Long
Forest Science 37 (6), 1682-1688, 1991
1261991
The influence of canopy architecture on stemwood production and growth efficiency of Pinus contorta var. latifolia
FW Smith, JN Long
Journal of Applied Ecology, 681-691, 1989
1211989
A lodgepole pine density management diagram
JB McCarter, JN Long
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 1 (1), 6-11, 1986
1071986
Aboveground biomass of understorey and overstorey in an age sequence of four Douglas-fir stands
JN Long, J Turner
Journal of Applied Ecology, 179-188, 1975
1061975
Resistance and resilience: a conceptual framework for silviculture
RJ DeRose, JN Long
Forest Science 60 (6), 1205-1212, 2014
1042014
The role of Douglas-fir stem sapwood and heartwood in the mechanical and physiological support of crowns and development of stem form
JN Long, FW Smith, DRM Scott
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 11 (3), 459-464, 1981
1041981
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