Warnell Outreach Publications

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Fisheries

Publications pending

Forestry

Community Forest Management

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Date

WSFNR11-04 Futuring Community Forest Management: Change Concepts & Sense of Community CF Jan 2011
WSFNR11-05 Ecological Renovation in Communities CF Jan 2011
WSFNR11-10 Identified Benefits of Community Trees & Forests CF Jan 2011
     

Tree Health Care & Aboriculture

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Date

WSFNR07-6 Water, Drought & Trees Monograph Aug 2007
WSFNR07-9 Soil Compaction Stress & Trees: Symptoms, Measures, Treatments Monograph Dec 2007
WSFNR08-11 Tree Stump Removal from Landscapes A Apr 2008
WSFNR08-13 Arboritecture: Foundations of Classic Design Pruning Monograph May 2008
WSFNR08-25 American Mistletoe (Phoradendron serotinum var. serotinum) Infection in Trees TH Sep 2008
Maze Construction Development Maze 2010
WSFNR10-11 Assessing Soil Water Resource Space TWA Feb 2010
WSFNR10-16 Training Young Trees THC Apr 2010
WSFNR10-24 Tree Conservation During Site Development Monograph Nov 2010
WSFNR10-25 Tree Species Tolerance of Site Development Activities T&C Nov 2010
WSFNR10-26 Conserving Trees During Site Development T&C Nov 2010
WSFNR10-27 B Boron TN Dec 2010
WSFNR10-28 Cu Copper TN Dec 2010
WSFNR10-29 Fe Iron TN Dec 2010
WSFNR10-30 Mn Manganese TN Dec 2010
WSFNR10-32 Zn Zinc TN Dec 2010
WSFNR11-11 Chlorine Gas Exposure & Trees Monograph Jun 2011
WSFNR11-12 Trees & Cold Temperatures ET Jun 2011
     

Endangered Species & Environment

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Date

WSFNR10-12 Federally Protected Plant Species in Georgia PP Feb 2010
WSFNR11-14 Hairy Rattleweed / Cobwebby Wild Indigo / False Wild Indigo Baptisia arachnifera (Bean Family) ES Jun 2011
WSFNR11-16 Florida Torreya / Florida Nutmeg Torreya taxifolia (Yew Family) ES Jun 2011
WSFNR11-17 False Poison Sumac / Michaux's Sumac / Dwarf Sumac Rhus michauxii (Sumac Family) ES Jun 2011
WSFNR11-18 Pondberry / Southern Spicebush / Swamp Spicebush Lindera melissifolia (Laurel Family) ES Jun 2011
WSFNR11-19 Virginia Spiraea / Appalachian Spiraea / Virginia Meadowsweet Spiraea virginiana (Rose Family) ES Jun 2011
     

Native Trees & Planting

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Title

Date

WSNFR08-12 Tree Sex: Gender & Reproductive Strategies TS Aug 2008
WSFNR10-1 Flood Tolerant & Wetland Trees of Georgia TS Jan 2010
WSFNR10-2 Native Tree Families & Species of Georgia TD Jan 2010
WSFNR10-5 Native Tree Species of Georgia D Feb 2010
WSFNR10-7 Heat Zone Map of Georgia Feb 2010
WSFNR10-9 Hardiness Zones of Georgia Feb 2010
WSFNR10-10 Young Tree Specifications TP Feb 2010
WSFNR10-13 Rare Trees of Georgia D Mar 2010
WSFNR10-14 Invasive Trees of Georgia D Feb 2010
WSFNR10-20 Native Trees of Georgia by Hardiness Zones D Jul 2010
WSFNR10-21 Native Trees of Georgia by Coder Planting Zones D Jul 2010
WSFNR10-22 Native Trees for All of Georgia D Jul 2010
WSFNR10-22 Native Trees of Georgia by Heat Zones D Jul 2010
WSFNR10-23 Live Oak: Historic Ecological Structures TD Nov 2010
WSFNR11-09 Tree Root Parasite: Pyrularia pubera: Buffalonut NS Mar 2011
WSFNR11-13 Sourwood Oxydendrum arboreum: The Honey Tree NT Jun 2011
     

Tree Biology & Biomechanics

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WSFNR08-24 Storm Wind Loads & Tree Damage T&S Jul 2008
WSFNR08-28 Primer on Autumn Tree Leaf Colors Monograph Sep 2008
WSFNR08-32 Autumn Leaf Colors TLC Sep 2008
WSFNR08-33 Leaf Senescence & Abscission TLC Sep 2008
WSFNR08-34 Pigment Palette TLC Sep 2008
WSFNR08-35 Fall Color Expression TLC Sep 2008
WSFNR08-37 Autumn Color Expression for Selected Trees (SE-US) TLC Sep 2008
WSFNR10-8 Tree Trichomes: Big Hairy Tree? TA Feb 2010
WSFNR10-19 Root Strength & Tree Anchorage Monograph May 2010
WSFNR11-10 Black Walnut Allelopathy: Tree Chemical Warfare A Mar 2011
WSFNR11-22 Estimating Tree Stem & Branch Weight B May 2011
WSFNR12-26 Autumn Leaf Color Development Sep 2012
     

People, Trees, & Forests

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Date

WSFNR11-02 Cultural Aspects of Trees: Traditions & Myths T&H Jan 2011
WSFNR11-03 Trees & Humankind: Cultural and Psychological Bindings T&H Jan 2011
WSFNR11-40 Frankincense & Myrrh: A Gift of Tree History Dec 2011
     

Stand Assessment

3-2014 Assessing Ice and Snow Storm Damaged Forest Stands Mar 2014
     

General Forestry

Dickens et al. Pine Straw Yields and Economic Benefits When Added to Traditional Wood Products in Loblolly, Longleaf and Slash Pine Stands Jul 2011
Dickens et al. Short Rotation Woody Crops Yield Estimates for Georgia Growers Jul 2011
Dickens, E.D. 1976 – 2011 Georgia Hardwood Stumpage Prices and Price Comparisons Nov 2011
Dickens, E.D. Impact of Changing Stumpage Prices on Loblolly, Longleaf, and Slash Pine Revenues Nov 2011
Dickens, E.D. 1976 – 2011 Georgia Pine Stumpage Prices and Price Comparisons Nov 2011
Jackson Forestry on a Budget Oct 2011
WSFNR 12-FP-1 Fertilizer Response Expectations, Application Levels, and Material Needs for Loblolly, Longleaf, and Slash Pine Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-2 Estimating the Value of Individual Southern Pine Trees Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-3 Growth and Yield of Loblolly, Longleaf, and Slash Pine Stands on Old-field and Cut-over Sites in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-4 Growing Hardwoods for Short Rotation Woody Crops in Georgia Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-5 Pine Straw – An Economically Important Forest Product in Georgia Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-6 Establishing Southern Pine Plantations – Site Preparation Options Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-7 Slash Pine: Characteristics, Management, and Yields Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-8 Loblolly Pine: Importance, Characteristics, Management, and Yields Nov 2012
WSFNR 12-FP-9 Longleaf Pine: Characteristics, Management, and Yields Nov 2012
Series Paper #1 Economics of growing loblolly pine to a 15-year rotation with fertilization and pine straw–net revenue and rate of return Dec 2013
Series Paper #2 Economics of growing loblolly pine to a 15-year rotation with intensive management–net present value Dec 2013
Series Paper #3 Economics of growing slash and loblolly pine to a 24-year rotation with and without thinning and pine straw – net revenue and rate or return Dec 2013
Series Paper #4 Economics of growing slash and loblolly pine to a 24-year rotation with and without thinning and pine straw – net present value Dec 2013
Series Paper #5 Economics of growing loblolly, longleaf, and slash pine to a 33-year rotation with three stumpage price sets, four establishment cost sets, with and without pine straw – net revenue and rate or return May 2014
Series Paper #6 Economics of growing loblolly, slash, and longleaf pine to a 33-year rotation with intensive management–net present value Aug 2014
     

Timber Tax

WSFNR-TTS1 What Are Involuntary Conversions of Timberland? Nov 2011
WSFNR-TTS2 Include Casualty Loss Provisions in Forest
Management Plans
Nov 2011
WSFNR-TTS5 Purchasing Insurance to Protect Against Casualty
Losses
Dec 2011
Hatchett & Jackson Involuntary Conversion of Timberland Oct 2011
Jackson The National Timber Tax Website - timbertax.org Oct 2011
     

Wood Energy

Jackson Harvesting Woody Biomass Oct 2011
Jackson eXtension Wood Energy Website - www.extension.org/wood_energy Oct 2011
     

Roads

Jackson Steps in Building or Updating Forest Roads Oct 2011
     

Wildlife Management

Natural History Series

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Title

Date

NHS-01-01 Copperhead Oct 2001
NHS-02-02 Mammal ID Key Skins & skulls Jan 2002
NHS-05-03 Master Naturalist Program Summary Mar 2005
NHS-05-04 Armadillo Sep 2005
NHS-06-05 Brown Water Snake Sep 2006
NHS-06-06 Brown Anole Sep 2006
NHS-06-07 American Toad Oct 2006
NHS-09-08 Rusty Blackbird Feb 2009
NHS-09-09 Altamaha Spinymussel Feb 2009
NHS-10-11 Cougar Aug 2010
NHS-10-12 Eastern Indigo Snake Sep 2010
NHS-11-13 Red Wolf Jul 2011
NHS-12-10 Key to Mammals Skulls of Georgia & the Southeast Jul 2012
NHS-12-14 Gray Bat Jul 2012
NHS-12-15 Gopher Frog Sep 2012
NHS-12-16 Flatwoods Salamander Nov 2012
NHS-14-17 Evaluating the Georgia Master Naturalist Program Final Report Jul 2014
     

Wildlife Fact Sheets

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Title

Date

WFS-05-01 Black Bear Jun 2005
WFS-05-02 Ruffed Grouse Jun 2005
     

Wildlife Management Series

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Title

Date

WMS-02-01 Food Plots- Common Plants Mar 2002
WMS-06-02 Identifying predators & nest fates of Northern Bobwhites using near infrared 24-hour surveillance cameras Apr 2006
WMS-06-03 Effects of habitat conservation efforts on Northern Bobwhite brood ecology Apr 2006
WMS-06-04 Forage production, deer use, & seasonal crude protein of three cool season forages in the Georgia mountains Jun 2006
WMS-06-05 Forage production, deer use, & seasonal crude protein of three cool season forages in the Georgia coastal plain Jul 2006
WMS-06-06 Forage production, deer use, & seasonal crude protein of three cool season forages in the Georgia piedmont Oct 2006
WMS-06-07 Food plots for deer on CRP pine & other sites Sep 2006
WMS-07-08 Comparison of winter bird use in restored native grasslands & exotic pastures in the Southeastern United States Apr 2007
WMS-08-09 The Northern Bobwhite in Georgia: Making Decisions on Restoration Mar 2008
WMS-08-10 Morning covey call counts for estimating autumn quail (Northern Bobwhite) populations Aug 2008
WMS-10-11 Intestinal roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis) of raccoons (Procyon lotor): Information for public health & wildlife professionals Jan 2010
WMS-10-12 Raccoon Roundworm (Baylisascaris) Infection Jan 2010
WMS-12-15 White Nose Syndrome in the United States Aug 2012
WMS-12-16 2012 Georgia Wild Pig Survey Final Report July 2012
WMS-12-13 Deer Fibromas Sep 2012
WMS-12-14 Avian Salmonellosis Sep 2012
     

Wildlife Damage Series

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Title

Date

WDS-05-01 Using Milorganite to temporarily repel white-tailed deer from food plots Mar 2005
WDS-05-02 Using Milorganite to repel white-tailed deer from ornamental plantings Mar 2005
WDS-05-03 Evaluation of attractants for live-trapping nine-banded armadillos Mar 2005
WDS-07-04 Nutria (Myocastor coypus) Aug 2007
WDS-07-05 Moles Aug 2007
WDS-07-06 Feral Swine (Sus scrofa) Sep 2007
WDS-07-07 Striped Skunk (Mephitis mephitis) Oct 2007
WDS-08-08 Woodchuck Jun 2008
WDS-08-09 Use of Gallagher 2-layer deer exclusion fencing to temporarily deter white-tailed deer browsing in food plots Oct 2008
WDS-09-10 Coyote (Canis latrans) Jul 2009
WDS-09-11 American Beaver (Castor Canadensis) Jul 2009
WDS-12-12 American Black Bear (Ursus americanus) Jan 2012
WDS-14-13 Managing Wildlife Damage: Feral Cats (Felis catus) May 2014
     

* Number = Series – 2-digit year – Sequential Number within the series