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Recognizing trade-offs in multi-objective land management, Bradford, John B., and D’Amato Anthony , Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 05/2012, Volume 10, p.210 - 216, (2012)
Regeneration responses to gap size and coarse woody debris within natural disturbance-based silvicultural systems in northeastern Minnesota, USA, Bolton, Nicholas W., and D’Amato Anthony , Forest Ecology and Management, 10/2011, Volume 262, p.1215 - 1222, (2011)
Repeated insect outbreaks promote multi-cohort aspen mixedwood forests in northern Minnesota, USA, Reinikainen, Michael, D’Amato Anthony, and Fraver Shawn , Forest Ecology and Management, 2/2012, Volume 266, p.148 - 159, (2012)
Residence time and decay for downed woody debris biomass/carbon in eastern US forests., Russell, M.B., Woodall C. W., Fraver Shawn, D’Amato Anthony, Domke Grant M., and Skog K.E. , Ecosystems, Volume 17, p.765-777, (2014)
The response of Fraxinus nigra forest ground-layer vegetation to emulated emerald ash borer mortality and management strategies in northern Minnesota, USA, Looney, Christopher E., D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., Slesak Robert A., and Slater Mitchell A. , Forest Ecology and Management, Jan-04-2017, Volume 389, p.352 - 363, (2017)
Review of Ecosystem Level Impacts of Emerald Ash Borer on Black Ash Wetlands: What Does the Future Hold?, Kolka, Randall, D’Amato Anthony, Wagenbrenner Joseph, Slesak Robert, Pypker Thomas, Youngquist Melissa, Grinde Alexis, and Palik Brian , Forests, April-2-2018, Volume 9, Issue 4, p.179, (2018)
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Sap flow of black ash in wetland forests of northern Minnesota, USA: Hydrologic implications of tree mortality due to emerald ash borer, Telander, Andrew C., Slesak Robert A., D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., Brooks Kenneth N., and Lenhart Christian F. , Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 06/2015, Volume 206, p.4 - 11, (2015)
Singular and interactive effects of blowdown, salvage logging, and wildfire in sub-boreal pine systems, D’Amato, Anthony, Fraver Shawn, Palik Brian J., Bradford John B., and Patty Laura , Forest Ecology and Management, 12/2011, Volume 262, p.2070 - 2078, (2011)
Soil texture matters: the effects of removing harvest residues, Curzon, M.T., D’Amato Anthony, and Palik Brian J. , Forestry Source, Volume 20, Number 12, (2015)
Spatially random mortality in old-growth red pine forests of northern Minnesota, Aakala, Tuomas, Fraver Shawn, Palik Brian J., and D’Amato Anthony , Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 05/2012, Volume 42, p.899 - 907, (2012)
The Stand Against Climate Change, D’Amato, Anthony , International Innovation, p.10-12, (2014)
Stand age versus tree diameter as a driver of forest carbon inventory simulations in the northeastern U.S., Ma, Wu, Woodall Christopher W., Domke Grant M., D’Amato Anthony, and Walters Brian F. , Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Jan-10-2018, Volume 48, Issue 10, p.1135 - 1147, (2018)
STAND AND LANDSCAPE-LEVEL DISTURBANCE DYNAMICS IN OLD-GROWTH FORESTS IN WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS, D’Amato, Anthony, and Orwig David A. , Ecological Monographs, 11/2008, Volume 78, p.507 - 522, (2008)
Succession, climate and neighbourhood dynamics influence tree growth over time: an 87-year record of change in a Pinus resinosa -dominated forest, Minnesota, USA, Curzon, Miranda T., D’Amato Anthony, Fraver Shawn, Huff Emily S., and Palik Brian J. , Journal of Vegetation Science, Nov-02-2016, Volume 28, Issue 1, p.82 - 92, (2017)

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