Additional Reading

Additional Reading


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Earley, Lawrence S. 2004. Looking for Longleaf: the fall and rise of an American forest. The University of North Carolina Press.

Hebb, E. A. 1957. Regeneration in the sandhills. J. For. 55:210-212.

Jose, Shibu, D. L. Miller, and E. J. Jokela. 2006. The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem: Ecology, Silviculture and Restoration. Springer Series on Environmental Management.

Outcalt, Kenneth W. 2000. "The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem of the South." Native Plants Journal, Volume 1, Number 1

Platt, William J., Gregory W. Evans, and Stephen L. Rathburn. 1988. "The Population Dynamics of a Long-lived Conifer (Pinus palustris)." American Naturalist 131:491-525.

Sorrie, B. A., and A. S. Weakley. 2001. "Coastal Plain Vascular Plant Endemics: Phytogeographic Patterns." Castanea 66 (1-2):50-82.

Sorrie, B. A., and A. S. Weakley. 2006. "Developing a blueprint for conservation of the endangered longleaf pine ecosystem based on centers of Coastal Plain endemism." Applied Vegetation Science 9:59-66.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2003. Recovery plan for the red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis): second revision. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Atlanta, GA. 296 pp.

Walker, J. and Peet, R.K. 1983. "Composition and species diversity of pine-wiregrass savannas of the Green Swamp, North Carolina." Vegetatio 55:163-179.

Ware, Stewart, Cecil Frost, and Phillip D. Doerr. 1993. "Southern Mixed Hardwood Forest: The Former Longleaf Pine Forest," in Martin, Boyce, and Echternacht (eds.), Biodiversity of the southeastern United States. Lowland Terrestrial Communities. J. Wiley and Sons.

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