Tree Growth and Forest Soils

Proceedings of the
Third North American Forest Soils Conference
held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh
in August 1968

Edited by Chester T. Youngberg and Charles B. Davey

Corvallis: OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Contents
 
1Forest Soils from an Industrial OverviewL.F. Kalmar1
 
2Appraisal of Results of a Fertilizer Trial in a Twenty year old Slash Pine PlantationF.S. Broerman9
 
3Fertilizing Slash Pine on Sandy Soils of the Lower Coastal PlainW.L. Pritchett and W.H. Smith19
 
4The Phosphorus Placement Problem in Forest FertilizationR.H. Brendemuehl43
 
5Placement Influences the Effectiveness of Phosphates for Pine SeedlingsG.W. Bengston51
 
6Effectiveness of Nitrogen Fertilizers and Mulch for the Amelioration of Severe Planting SitesWm.H. Davis McGregor and N.B. Goebel65
 
7An Ecological and Microbiological Study of Urea Fertilization and Thinning in a Black Spruce StandM.R. Roberge, G.F. Weetman, and R. Knowles73
 
8Growth and Development of Pinus resinosa Plantations Subjected to Irrigation-Fertilization TreatmentsAlbert L. Leaf, Raymond E. Leonard, John V. Berglund, Arthur r. Eschner, Patrick H. Cochran, James B. Hart, Jr., Giles M. Marion, and Richard A. Cunningham97
 
9Growth Response Analysis for Fertilizer Experiments K.J. Turnbull, S.P. Gessel, and T.N. Stoate119
 
10Response of Yellow-Poplar to FertilizationJohn P. Vimmerstedt and Charles A. Osmond127
 
11Modifying Sites for the Establishment of Black WalnutG. Schneider, Ghaus Khattak, and John N. Bright155
 
12Growth of Mycorrhizal Monterey Pine Supplied with Phosphorus Fixed on PerliteG.S. Henderson and E.L. Stone171
 
13Ion Source and Ion Uptake by Pine SeedlingsG.K. Voight181
 
14Triazine Herbicides and the Mineral Nutrition of ConifersB.J. Conner and D.P. White193
 
15Relationships Between Foliar Nutrient Levels and Tree Growth in Red Pine Stands in MassechusettsD.L. Mader and J.A. Howarth205
 
16Growth and Nutrition of Yellow Birch as Affected by the Nutrient Status of a Podzol SoilM.C. Hoyle221
 
17Variations in Nutrients of Black Spruce NeedlesGerald L. Lowry235
 
18Dry Matter and Nutrient Accumulation in Young Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.)L.E. Nelson, G.L. Switzer, and W.H. Smith261
 
19The Nutrient Contents of Old-Field Pinus virginiana StandsH.A.I. Madgwick275
 
20Relationships Between Foliage Nutrient Levels and Growth of Young Natural Stands of Populus deltoids Bartr.Edwin H. White and Mason C. Carter283
 
21The Effect of Thinning on Soil Temperature, Soil Moisture, and Root Distribution of Douglas-firR.F. Strand295
 
22Relative Concentrations of Iron and Manganese: A Factor Affecting Jack Pine Regeneration and Jack Pine-Black Spruce SuccessionAndre Lafond and Yyon Laflamme305
 
23Nutrient Cycling as a Factor in Site Productivity and Forest FertilizationJ.W. Curlin313
 
24Chemical and Physical Properties of Forest Litter Layers in Central WashingtonDavid D. Wooldridge327
 
25Site Rehabilitation Under Planted Redcedar and Pine D.C. McClurkin339
 
26Mineral and Gas Transfer in a Forest Floor-A Phase Model ApproachDale W. Cole and T.M. Ballard347
 
27Nutrient Balance Relationships for Watersheds of the Fraser Experimental ForestJ. Robert Stottlemyer and Charles W. Ralston 359
 
28Nonleguminous Symbiotic Nitrogen FixationC.T. Youngberg and A.G. Wollum II383
 
29Degradation of Herbicides in the Forest Floor Logan A. Norris397
 
30Grouping Soils on the Basis of Woodland SuitabilityPaul E. Lemmon413
 
31Soil Survey-A Guide for Forest Management Decisions in the Southern AppalachiansLindo J. Bartelli and James A. DeMent 427
 
32Rectifying Azimuth (of Aspect) in Studies of Soil-Site Index RelationshipWilliam J. Lloyd and Paul E. Lemmon435
 
33Soil Survey-A Guide to Forage Resources of Grazable Woodlands in the Southern Coastal PlainsHorace L. Leithead449
 
34Productivity Estimation by Means of Plant Indicators in the Longleaf Pine Forests of AlabamaEarl J. Hodgkins461
 
35Soil-Tree Growth Relationships in an Upper Coastal Plain SwampGeorge D. Kessler, Jack T. May, and Donal D. Hook475
 
36Site-Quality and Wood Quality in Upland Hardwoods: Theoretical Considerations of Wood DensityRobert Zahner477
 
37Tree Height-Growth Patterns in Relation to Soil and SiteWillard H. Carmean499
 
38Soils, Roots, and ForestersK.A. Armson513

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