Stephen Hallgren
Stephen Hallgren
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Frequency of prescribed burning in an upland oak forest determines soil and litter properties and alters the soil microbial community
RJ Williams, SW Hallgren, GWT Wilson
Forest Ecology and Management 265, 241-247, 2012
Hydraulic and osmotic properties of spruce roots
M Rüdinger, SW Hallgren, E Steudle, ED Schulze
Journal of Experimental Botany 45 (10), 1413-1425, 1994
Drought and fire suppression lead to rapid forest composition change in a forest-prairie ecotone
RD DeSantis, SW Hallgren, DW Stahle
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (11), 1833-1840, 2011
Long‐term directional changes in upland Quercus forests throughout Oklahoma, USA
RD DeSantis, SW Hallgren, TB Lynch, JA Burton, MW Palmer
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (3), 606-618, 2010
Age estimation of Quercus marilandica and Quercus stellata: applications for interpreting stand dynamics
SL Clark, SW Hallgren
Canadian journal of forest research 34 (6), 1353-1358, 2004
Dynamics of oak (Quercus marilandica and Q. stellata) reproduction in an old-growth Cross Timbers forest
SL Clark, SW Hallgren
Southeastern Naturalist 2 (4), 559-574, 2003
Understory response to varying fire frequencies after 20 years of prescribed burning in an upland oak forest
JA Burton, SW Hallgren, SD Fuhlendorf, DM Leslie
Plant Ecology 212 (9), 1513-1525, 2011
Fire frequency affects structure and composition of xeric forests of eastern Oklahoma
JA Burton, SW Hallgren, MW Palmer
Natural Areas Journal 30 (4), 370-379, 2010
Historic fire regime of an upland oak forest in south-central North America
RD DeSantis, SW Hallgren, DW Stahle
Fire Ecology 6 (3), 45-61, 2010
Anatomy of seedling tap roots of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
DE Enstone, CA Peterson, SW Hallgren
Trees 15 (2), 98-111, 2001
Stress factors associated with forest decline in xeric oak forests of south-central United States
DP Bendixsen, SW Hallgren, AE Frazier
Forest Ecology and Management 347, 40-48, 2015
Effects of root severing treatments on loblolly pine
WC Carlson, CA Harrington, P Farnum, SW Hallgren
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18 (11), 1376-1385, 1988
Using marker-aided selection to improve tree growth response to abiotic stress
CG Tauer, SW Hallgren, B Martin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22 (7), 1018-1030, 1992
Fine root carbohydrate dynamics of loblolly pine seedlings grown under contrasting levels of soil moisture
SW Hallgren, CG Tauer, JE Lock
Forest science 37 (3), 766-780, 1991
The historic fire regime on the edge of the prairie: a case study from the Cross Timbers of Oklahoma
SL Clark, SW Hallgren, DM Engle, DW Stahle
Proceedings of the Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference 23, 40-49, 2007
Root growth potential, first-year survival, and growth of shortleaf pine seedlings show effects of life date, storage, and family
SW Hallgren, CG Tauer
Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 13 (4), 163-169, 1989
Juniperus virginiana encroachment into upland oak forests alters arbuscular mycorrhizal abundance and litter chemistry
RJ Williams, SW Hallgren, GWT Wilson, MW Palmer
Applied soil ecology 65, 23-30, 2013
Beneficial effects of solid matrix chemo-priming in okra
KE Conway, R Mereddy, BA Kahn, Y Wu, SW Hallgren, L Wu
Plant disease 85 (5), 535-537, 2001
Effects of moist chilling and solid matrix priming on germination of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seeds
L Wu, SW Hallgren, DM Ferris, KE Conway
New Forests 21 (1), 1-16, 2001
Effects of osmotic priming using aerated solutions of polyethylene glycol on germination of pine seeds
SW Hallgren
Annales des sciences forestières 46 (1), 31-37, 1989
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