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2011 journal article
Linking plant ecology and long-term hydrology to improve wetland restoration success
Transactions of the ASABE, 54(6), 2129–2137.
By: P. Caldwell, M. Vepraskas, J. Gregory, R. Skaggs & R. Huffman
2009 journal article
Vascular flora, plant communities, and soils of a significant natural area in the middle Atlantic coastal plain (Craven County, North Carolina)
Castanea, 74(1), 53–77.
By: C. Elam, J. Stucky, T. Wentworth & J. Gregory
2007 journal article
Physical properties of natural organic soils in Carolina Bays of the southeastern United States
Soil Science Society of America Journal, 71(3), 1051–1057.
By: P. Caldwell, M. Vepraskas & J. Gregory
Simulating the water budgets of natural Carolina bay wetlands
Wetlands (Wilmington, N.C.), 27(4), 1112–1123.
By: P. Caldwell, M. Vepraskas, R. Skaggs & J. Gregory
2005 journal article
Economic and ecological impacts of wood chip production in North Carolina: an integrated assessment and subsequent applications
Forest Policy and Economics, 7(2), 157–174.
By: R. Schaberg, P. Aruna, F. Cubbage, G. Hess, R. Abt, D. Richter, S. Warren, J. Gregory ...and 3 other authors, A. Snider, S. Sherling & W. Flournoy
Sampling device to extract intact cores in saturated organic soils
Soil Science Society of America Journal, 69(6), 2071–2075.
By: P. Caldwell, A. Adams, C. Niewoehner, M. Vepraskas & J. Gregory
2000 journal article
Effects of controlled drainage on storm event hydrology in a loblolly pine plantation
Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 36(1), 175–190.
By: D. Amatya, J. Gregory & R. Skaggs
1999 journal article
Seasonal sulfate deposition and export patterns for a small Appalachian watershed
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 110(1-2), 137–155.
By: P. Edwards, J. Gregory & H. Allen
1997 journal article
Evaluation of a watershed scale forest hydrologic model
Agricultural Water Management, 32(3), 239–258.
By: D. Amatya, R. Skaggs & J. Gregory
Hydrology of a drained forested pocosin watershed
Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 33(3), 535–546.
By: D. Amatya, R. Skaggs, J. Gregory & R. Herrmann
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