Works (20)

2019 | journal article

Adaptability of Populus to Physiography and Growing Conditions in the Southeastern USA

FORESTS, 10(2).

By: S. Ghezehei, E. Nichols, C. Maier & D. Hazel

Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID

2017 | journal article

Rodent response to harvesting woody biomass for bioenergy production

Journal of Wildlife Management, 81(7), 1170–1178.

By: S. Fritts, C. Moorman, S. Grodsky, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, C. Farrell, S. Castleberry, E. Evans, D. Greene

Source: NC State University Libraries

2016 | journal article

Coupling aquaculture with forest plantations for food, energy, and water resiliency

Science of the Total Environment, 571, 1262–1270.

By: S. Shifflett, A. Culbreth, D. Hazel, H. Daniels & E. Nichols

Source: NC State University Libraries

2016 | journal article

Do biomass harvesting guidelines influence herpetofauna following harvests of logging residues for renewable energy?

Do biomass harvesting guidelines influence herpetofauna following harvests of logging residues for renewable energy? Ecological Applications, 26(3), 926–939.

By: S. Fritts, C. Moorman, S. Grodsky, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, C. Farrell, S. Castleberry

Source: NC State University Libraries

2015 | journal article

Early Clonal Survival and Growth of Poplars Grown on North Carolina Piedmont and Mountain Marginal Lands

BioEnergy Research, 9(2), 548–558.

By: S. Ghezehei, E. Nichols & D. Hazel

Sources: NC State University Libraries, ORCID

2016 | journal article

Sub-soiling and genotype selection improve Populus productivity on a North Carolina sandy soil

Forests, 7(74), 1–11.

By: S. Shifflett, E. Guthrie Nichols & H. W.

Source: NC State University Libraries

2016 | journal article

Winter bird use of harvest residues in clearcuts and the implications of forest bioenergy harvest in the southeastern United States

Forest Ecology and Management, 379, 91–101.

By: S. Grodsky, C. Moorman, S. Fritts, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, S. Castleberry, T. Wigley

Source: NC State University Libraries

2015 | journal article

SRWC bioenergy productivity and economic feasibility on marginal lands

Journal of Environmental Management, 160, 57–66.

Sources: NC State University Libraries, ORCID

2014 | journal article

Biomass harvesting guidelines affect downed woody debris retention

Biomass and Bioenergy, 70, 382–391.

By: S. Fritts, C. Moorman, D. Hazel & B. Jackson

Source: NC State University Libraries

2014 | journal article

Species trials of short rotation woody crops on two wastewater application sites in North Carolina, USA

Bioenergy Research, 7(1), 157–173.

Source: NC State University Libraries

2014 | journal article

A framework for integrating and managing expectations of multiple stakeholder groups in a collaborative partnership

Journal of Extension, 52(3).

By: J. Diaz, K. Jayaratne, R. Bardon & D. Hazel

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | report

Balancing biomass harvesting and drying tactics with delivered payment practice

Balancing biomass harvesting and drying tactics with delivered payment practice. Technical Report- Not held in TRLN member libraries. Greenville, S.C.: US Endowment for Forestry and Community.

By: J. Roise, G. Catts, D. Hazel, . A. Hobbs A. & C. Hopkins

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | journal article

Landowners' knowledge, attitudes, and aspirations towards woody biomass markets in North Carolina

Journal of Extension, 50(4).

By: J. Shaw, D. Hazel, R. Bardon & K. Jayaratne

Source: NC State University Libraries

2010 | chapter

Developing a forest management plan

In Managing forest on private lands in Alabama and the Southeast. Sweetwater Press/Alabama Forestry Foundation.

By: R. Hamilton, R. Bardon & D. Hazel

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Best management practices for reducing sediment loss from tobacco fields

Journal of Soil & Water Conservation, 63(3), 91A.

By: D. Hazel, E. Franklin & K. Thomas

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Evaluating wood energy users in North Carolina and the potential for using logging chips to expand wood fuel use

Forest Products Journal, 58(5), 34–39.

By: D. Hazel & R. Bardon

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Integrated practices for reducing sediment loss from Piedmont tobacco fields

Journal of Soil & Water Conservation, 63(3), 143–152.

By: D. Hazel, E. Franklin, K. Thomas & G. Jennings

Source: NC State University Libraries

2007 | journal article

Preferred information delivery methods of North Carolina forest landowners

Journal of Extension, 45(5).

By: R. Bardon, D. Hazel & K. Miller

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | conference paper

Preferred methods for delivering education information to forest landowners

In A Southern Region Conference on Technology Transfer and Extension (pp. 149–155).

By: R. Bardon, D. Hazel & K. Miller

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

The 2003 Fraser fir freshness survey

Limbs & Needles, 31(3), 16–21.

By: J. Frampton, J. Owen, D. Hazel, A. Braham & J. Li

Source: NC State University Libraries