Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences Department faculty research focuses on ethical and data-driven sustainable management, protection, and restoration of land resources related to soil, water, forests, range, wildlife, and related environmental values.
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Submissions from 1985
Soil-Saprolite Profiles Derived from Mafic Rocks in the North Carolina Piedmont: II. Association of Free Iron Oxides with Soils and Clays, T. J. Rice, S. B. Weed, and S. W. Buol
Submissions from 1984
Basidiomycete Fungi Reported on Living or Dead Giant Sequoia or Coast Redwood, Douglas D. Piirto; John R. Parmeter, Jr.; and W. Wayne Wilcox
Causes of Uprooting and Breakage of Specimen Giant Sequoia Trees, Douglas D. Piirto; W. Wayne Wilcox; John R. Parmeter, Jr.; and David L. Wood
Submissions from 1981
Comparative Properties of Old- and Young-Growth Giant Sequoia of Potential Significance to Wood Utilization, Douglas D. Piirto and W. Wayne Wilcox
Submissions from 1978
Critical Evaluation of the Pulsed-Current Resistance Meter for Detection of Decay in Wood, Douglas D. Piirto and W. Wayne Wilcox
Submissions from 1977
Poria Incrassata in Giant Sequoia, Douglas D. Piirto, John R. Parmeter, and W. Wayne Wilcox
Submissions from 1974
The effects of dwarf mistletoe on the wood properties of lodgepole pine, Douglas D. Piirto, Donald L. Crews, and Harry E. Troxell
Fomes Annosus in Giant Sequoia, Douglas D. Piirto, John R. Parmeter Jr., and F. W. Cobb Jr.