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Mann, L.; Tolbert, V. 2000. Soil sustainability in renewable biomass plantings. Ambio. 29: 492-498.
McKenney, D.W.; Yemshanov, D.; Fox, G.; Ramlal, E. 2004. Cost estimates for carbon sequestration from fast growing poplar plantations in Canada. Forest Policy and Economics. 6: 345-358.
McKenney, D.W.; Yemshanov, D.; Fox, G.; Ramlal, E. 2006. Using bioeconomic models to assess research priorities: a case study on afforestation as a carbon sequestration tool. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36: 886-890.
Moser, B.W.; Hilpp, G.K. 2003. Wintering raptor use of hybrid poplar plantations in northeastern Oregon. Journal of Raptor Research. 37: 286-291.
Moser, B.W.; Hilpp, G.K. 2004. Wintering owl use of hybrid poplar plantations and surrounding cover types. Northwestern Naturalist. 85: 11-15.
Moser, B.W.; Pipas, M.J.; Witmer, G.W.; Engeman, R. M. 2002. Small mammal use of hybrid poplar plantations relative to stand age. Northwest Science. 76: 158-165.
Naik, D.; Smith, E.; Cumming, J.R. 2009. Rhizosphere carbon deposition, oxidative stress and nutritional changes in two poplar species exposed to aluminum. Tree Physiology. 29: 423-436.
O'Neill, G.J.; Gordon, A.M. 1994. The nitrogen filtering capability of Carolina Poplar in an artificial riparian zone. Journal of Environmental Quality. 23: 1218-1223.
Perry, C.H.; Miller, R.C.; Brooks, K.N. 2001. Impacts of short-rotation hybrid poplar plantations on regional water yield. Forest Ecology and Management. 143: 143-151.
Pregitzer, K.S.; Zak, D.R.; Curtis, P.S.; Kubiske, M.E.; Teeri, J.A.; et al. 1995. Atmospheric CO2, soil nitrogen and turnover of fine roots. New Phytologist. 129: 579-585.
Ramlal, E.; Yemshanov, D.; Fox, G.; McKenney, D. 2009. A bioeconomic model of afforestation in Southern Ontario: integration of fiber, carbon and municipal biosolids values. Journal of Environmental Management. 90: 1833-1843.
Rivest, D.; Cogliastro A.; Olivier, A. 2009. Tree-based intercropping systems increase growth and nutrient status of hybrid poplar: a case study from two Northeastern American experiments. Journal of Environmental Management. 91: 432-440.
Robertson, G.P.; Paul, E.A.; Harwood, R.R. 2000. Greenhouse gases in intensive agriculture: contributions of individual gases to the radiative forcing of the atmosphere. Science. 289: 1922-1925.
Sanchez, F.G.; Coleman, M.; Garten, C.T. Jr.; Luxmoore, R.J.; Stanturf, J.A.; et al. 2007. Soil carbon, after 3 years, under short-rotation woody crops grown under varying nutrient and water availability. Biomass and Bioenergy. 31: 793-801.
Sartori, F.; Lal, R.; Ebinger, M.H.; Eaton, J.A. 2007. Changes in soil carbon and nutrient pools along a chronosequence of poplar plantations in the Columbia Plateau, Oregon, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 122: 325-339.
Saurette, D.D.; Chang, S.X.; Thomas, B.R. 2006. Some characteristics of soil respiration in hybrid poplar plantations in northern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 86: 257-268.
Saurette, D.D.; Chang, S.X.; Thomas, B.R. 2008. Autotrophic and heterotrophic respiration rates across a chronosequence of hybrid poplar plantations in northern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 88: 261-272.
Saurette, D.D.; Chang, S.X.; Thomas, B.R. 2008. Land-use conversion effects on CO2 emissions: from agricultural to hybrid poplar plantation. Ecological Research. 23: 623-633.
Schultz, R.C.; Isenhart, T.M.; Simpkins, W.W.; Colletti, J.P. 2004. Riparian forest buffers in agroecosystems - lessons learned from the Bear Creek Watershed, central Iowa, USA. Agroforestry Systems. 61: 35-50.
Stanturf, J.A.; Gardiner, E.S.; Shepard, J.P.; Schweitzer, C.J.; Portwood, C.J.; et al. 2009. Restoration of bottomland hardwood forests across a treatment intensity gradient. Forest Ecology and Management. 257: 1803-1814.
Stefani, F.O.P.; Moncalvo, J.M.; Séguin, A.; Bérubé, J.A.; Hamelin, R.C. 2009. Impact of an 8-year-old transgenic poplar plantation on the ectomycorrhizal fungal community. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 23: 7527-7536.
Tamang, B.; Rockwood, D.; Langholtz, M.; Maehr, E.; Becker, B.; et al. 2008. Fast-growing trees for cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) suppression and enhanced colonization of understory plant species on a phosphate-mine clay settling area. Ecological Engineering. 32: 329-336.
Teklay, T.; Chang, S.X. 2008. Temporal changes in soil carbon and nitrogen storage in a hybrid poplar chronosequence in northern Alberta. Geoderma. 144: 613-619.
Thevathasan, N.V.; Gordon, A.M. 1997. Poplar leaf biomass distribution and nitrogen dynamics in a poplar-barley intercropped system in southern Ontario, Canada. Agroforestry Systems. 37: 79-90.
Thevathasan, N.V.; Gordon, A.M. 2004. Ecology of tree intercropping systems in the North temperate region: experiences from southern Ontario, Canada. Agroforestry Systems. 61: 257-268.
Thornton, F.C.; Dev Joslin, J.; Bock, B.R.; Houston, A.; Green, T.H.; et al. 1998. Environmental effects of growing woody crops on agricultural land: first year effects on erosion and water quality. Biomass and Bioenergy. 15: 57-69.
Tufekcioglu, A.; Raich, J.W.; Isenhart, T.M.; Schultz, R.C. 1999. Fine root dynamics, coarse root biomass, root distribution, and soil respiration in a multispecies riparian buffer in central Iowa, USA. Agroforestry Systems. 44: 163-174.
Tuskan, G.A.; Walsh, M.E. 2001. Short-rotation woody crop systems, atmospheric carbon dioxide and carbon management: A U.S. case study. The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 259-264.
Twedt, D.J.; Henne-Kerr, J.L. 2001. Artificial cavities enhance breeding bird densities in managed cottonwood forests. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 29: 680-687.
Twedt, D.J.; Portwood, J. 1997. Bottomland hardwood reforestation for neotropical migratory birds: are we missing the forest for the trees? Wildlife Society Bulletin. 25: 647-652.
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