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Amacher, G.; Sullivan, J.; Shabman, L.; Zepp, L.; Grebner, D. 1998. Reforestation of flooded farmland. Journal of Forestry. 5: 10-17.

Arevalo, C.B.M.; Bhatti, J.S.; Chang, S.X.; Jassal, R.S.; Sidders, D. 2010. Soil respiration in four different land use systems in north central Alberta, Canada. Journal of Geophysical Research. 115: G01003(1-12).

Arevalo, C.B.M.; Bhatti, J.S.; Chang, S.X.; Sidders, D. 2009. Ecosystem carbon stocks and distribution under different land-uses in north central Alberta, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management. 257: 1776-1785.

Bhattacharjee, J.; Taylor, J.P. Jr.; Smith, L.M.; Spence, L.E. 2008. The importance of soil characteristics in determining survival of first-year cottonwood seedlings in altered riparian habitats. Restoration Ecology. 16: 563–571.

Caron, E.; LaFrance, P.; Auclair, J.C.; Duchemin, M. 2010. Impact of grass and grass with poplar buffer strips on atrazine and metolachlor losses in surface runoff and subsurface infiltration from agricultural plots. Journal of Environmental Quality. 39: 617-629.

Christian, D. 1997. Wintertime use of hybrid poplar plantations by deer and medium-sized mammals in the midwestern U.S. Biomass and Bioenergy. 12: 35-40.

Christian, D.P.; Collins, P.T.; Hanowski, J.M.; Niemi, G.J. 1997. Birds and small mammal use of short-rotation hybrid poplar plantations. Journal of Wildlife Management. 61: 171-182.

Coleman, M.D.; Isebrands, J.G.; Tolsted, D.N.; Tolbert, V.R. 2004. Comparing soil carbon of short rotation poplar plantations with agricultural crops and woodlots in north central United States. Environmental Management. 33: S299-S308.

Dhondt, A.A.; Wrege, P.H.; Sydenstricker, K.V.; Cerretani, J. 2004. Clone preference by nesting birds in short-rotation coppice plantations in central and western New York. Biomass and Bioenergy. 27: 429-435.

Dowell, R.C.; Gibbins, D.; Rhodes, J.L.; Pallardy, S.G. 2009. Biomass production physiology and soil carbon dynamics in short-rotation-grown Populus deltoides and P. deltoides x P. nigra hybrids. Forest Ecology and Management. 257: 134-142.

Fortier, F.; Gagnon, D.; Truax, B.; Lambert, F. 2010. Biomass and volume yield after 6 years in multiclonal hybrid poplar riparian buffer strips. Biomass and Bioenergy. 34: 1028-1040.

Fortier, F.; Gagnon, D.; Truax, B.; Lambert, F. 2010. Nutrient accumulation and carbon sequestration in 6-year-old hybrid poplars in multiclonal agricultural riparian buffer strips. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 137: 276–287.

Fortier, J.; Gagnon, D.; Truax, B.; Lambert, F. 2011.Understory plant diversity and biomass in hybrid poplar riparian buffer strips in pastures. New Forests. 42: 241-265.

Grigal, D.F.; Berguson, W.E. 1998. Soil carbon changes associated with short-rotation systems. Biomass and Bioenergy. 14: 371-377.

Han, N.; Thompson, M.L. 1999. Soluble organic carbon in a biosolids-amended mollisol. Journal of Environtal Quality. 28: 652-658.

Hanowski, J.M.; Niemi, G.J.; Christian, D.C. 1997. Influence of within-plantation heterogeneity and surrounding landscape composition on avian communities in hybrid poplar plantations. Conservation Biology. 11: 936-944.

Hansen, E. A. 1993. Soil carbon sequestration beneath hybrid poplar plantations in the North Central United States. Biomass and Bioenergy 5: 431-436.

Hartwell, S.; Morino, K.; Nagler, P.L.; Glenn, E.P. 2010. On the irrigation requirements of cottonwood (Populus fremontii and Populus deltoides var. wislizenii) and willow (Salix gooddingii) grown in a desert environment. Journal of Arid Environments. 74: 667–674.

Hay, I.; Morency, M.J.; Séguin, A. 2002. Assessing the persistence of DNA in decomposing leaves of genetically modified poplar trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 32: 977-982.

James R.R.; Difazio, S.P.; Brunner, A.M.; Strauss, S.H. 1998. Environmental effects of genetically engineered woody biomass crops. Biomass and Bioenergy. 14: 403-414.

Joslin, J.D.; Schoenholtz, S.H. 1997. Measuring the environmental effects of converting cropland to short-rotation woody crops: a research approach. Biomass and Bioenergy. 13: 301-311.

Kelly, J.M.; Kovar, J.L.; Sokolowsky, R.; Moorman, T.B. 2007. Phosphorus uptake during four years by different vegetative cover types in a riparian buffer. Nutrient Cycling In Agroecosystems. 78: 239-251.

Kenney, W.A. 1992. The role of Salicaceae species in windbreaks. The Forestry Chronicle. 68: 209-213.

Kort, J.; Collins, M.; Ditsch, D. 1998. A review of soil erosion potential associated with biomass crops. Biomass and Bioenergy. 14: 351-359.

Krutz, L.J.; Senseman, S.A.; Zablotowicz, R.M.; Matocha, M.A. 2005. Reducing herbicide runoff from agricultural fields with vegetative fiilter strips: a review. Weed Science. 53: 353-367.

Lee, K.H.; Jose, S. 2003. Soil respiration, fine root production, and microbial biomass in cottonwood and loblolly pine plantations along a nitrogen fertilization gradient. Forest Ecology and Management. 185: 263-273.

Lee, K.H.; Jose, S. 2006. Nitrogen mineralization in short-rotation tree plantations along a soil nitrogen gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36: 1236-1242.

Lemus, R.; Lal, R. 2005. Bioenergy crops and carbon sequestration. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences. 24: 1-21.

Lombard,K.; O'Neill, M.; Mexal, J.; Ulery, A.; Onken, B.; et al. 2010. Can soil plant analysis development values predict chlorophyll and total Fe in hybrid poplar? Agroforestry Systems. 78: 1-11.

Luxmoore, R.J.; Tharp, M.L.; Post, W.M. 2008. Simulated biomass and soil carbon of loblolly pine and cottonwood plantations across a thermal gradient in southeastern United States. Forest Ecology and Management. 254: 291-299.

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