2020 journal article
Ground-Dwelling Invertebrate Abundance Positively Related to Volume of Logging Residues in the Southern Appalachians, USA
By: A. Boggs, C. Moorman, D. Hazel, C. Greenberg, D. Sorger & C. Sorenson
Relationships between white-footed mice and logging residue: Informing the sustainability of potential wood bioenergy harvests
FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, 457.
By: A. Boggs, C. Moorman, D. Hazel, C. Greenberg & K. Pacifici
2018 journal article
Range expansion of Fascioloides magna in North Carolina
Southeastern Naturalist, 17(2), 365–370.
By: A. Boggs, C. DePerno & J. Flowers
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