Works (43)

2014 | journal article

Evaluating changes in switchgrass physiology, biomass, and light-use efficiency under artificial shade to estimate yields if intercropped with Pinus taeda L.

Agroforestry Systems, 88(3), 489–503.

By: J. Albaugh, T. Albaugh, R. Heiderman, Z. Leggett, J. Stape, K. King, K. O'Neill, J. King

Source: NC State University Libraries

2014 | journal article

Growth responses of loblolly pine in the southeast united states to midrotation applications of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and micronutrients

Forest Science, 60(1), 157–169.

By: C. Carlson, T. Fox, H. Allen, T. Albaugh, R. Rubilar & J. Stape

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | journal article

Developing a new foliar nutrient-based method to predict response to competing vegetation control in Pinus taeda

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 37(4), 196–201.

By: T. Albaugh, T. Fox, C. Blinn, H. Allen, R. Rubilar & J. Stape

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | journal article

Factors influencing the growth of radiata pine plantations in Chile

Forestry, 86(1), 13–26.

By: J. Alvarez, H. Allen, T. Albaugh, J. Stape, B. Bullock & C. Song

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | journal article

Fertilization and irrigation effects on tree level aboveground net primary production, light interception and light use efficiency in a loblolly pine plantation

Forest Ecology and Management, 288, 43–48.

By: O. Campoe, J. Stape, T. Albaugh, H. Allen, T. Fox, R. Rubilar, D. Binkley

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | journal article

Foliage development and leaf area duration in Pinus radiata

Forest Ecology and Management, 304, 455–463.

By: R. Rubilar, T. Albaugh, H. Allen, J. Alvarez, T. Fox & J. Stape

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | journal article

Influences of silvicultural manipulations on above- and belowground biomass accumulations and leaf area in young Pinus radiata plantations, at three contrasting sites in Chile

Forestry, 86(1), 27–38.

By: R. Rubilar, T. Albaugh, H. Allen, J. Alvarez, T. Fox & J. Stape

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | journal article

Carbon emissions and sequestration from fertilization of pine in the Southeastern United States

Forest Science, 58(5), 419–429.

By: T. Albaugh, E. Vance, C. Gaudreault, T. Fox, H. Allen, J. Stape, R. Rubilar

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | article

Do biological expansion factors adequately estimate stand-scale aboveground component biomass for Norway spruce? (vol 258, pg 2628, 2009)

Forest Ecology and Management.

By: T. Albaugh, J. Bergh, T. Lundmark, U. Nilsson, J. Stape, H. Allen, S. Linder

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | journal article

Intra-annual nutrient flux in Pinus taeda

Tree Physiology, 32(10), 1237–1258.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen, J. Stape, T. Fox, R. Rubilar & J. Price

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | journal article

Midrotation vegetation control and fertilization response in Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii across the Southeastern United States

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 36(1), 44–53.

By: T. Albaugh, J. Stape, T. Fox, R. Rubilar & H. Allen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | journal article

A method for estimating deciduous competition in pine stands using Landsat

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 36(2), 71–78.

By: C. Blinn, T. Albaugh, T. Fox, R. Wynne, J. Stape, R. Rubilar, H. Allen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2010 | journal article

Leaf area duration in natural range and exotic Pinus taeda

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 40(2), 224–234.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen, J. Stape, T. Fox, R. Rubilar, C. Carlson, R. Pezzutti

Source: NC State University Libraries

2010 | journal article

Silvicultural manipulation and site effect on above and belowground biomass equations for young Pinus radiata

Biomass and Bioenergy, 34(12), 1825–1837.

By: R. Rubilar, H. Allen, J. Alvarez, T. Albaugh, T. Fox & J. Stape

Source: NC State University Libraries

2009 | journal article

Accuracy of subsampling for height measurements in loblolly pine plots

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 33(3), 145–149.

By: C. Carlson, T. Fox, H. Burkhart, H. Allen & T. Albaugh

Source: NC State University Libraries

2009 | journal article

Do biological expansion factors adequately estimate stand-scale aboveground component biomass for Norway spruce?

Forest Ecology and Management, 258(12), 2628–2637.

By: T. Albaugh, J. Bergh, T. Lundmark, U. Nilsson, J. Stape, H. Allen, S. Linder

Source: NC State University Libraries

2009 | journal article

Opportunities for fertilization of loblolly pine in the sandhills of the southeastern United States

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 33(3), 129–136.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen, T. Fox, C. Carlson & R. Rubilar

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Modeling mid-rotation fertilizer responses using the age-shift approach

Forest Ecology and Management, 256(3), 256–262.

By: C. Carlson, T. Fox, H. Allen & T. Albaugh

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Nutrient use and uptake in Pinus taeda

Tree Physiology, 28(7), 1083–1098.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen & T. Fox

Source: NC State University Libraries

2007 | journal article

Historical patterns of forest fertilization in the southeastern United States from 1969 to 2004

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 31(3), 129–137.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen & T. Fox

Source: NC State University Libraries

2007 | journal article

Tree nutrition and forest fertilization of pine plantations in the southern United States

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 31(1), 5–11.

By: T. Fox, H. Allen, T. Albaugh, R. Rubilar & C. Carlson

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Forest fertilization in Southern pine plantations

Better Crops With Plant Food, 90(2), 12–15.

By: T. Fox, H. Allen, T. Albaugh, R. Rubilar & C. Carlson

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Growth and survival of Pinus taeda in response to surface and subsurface tillage in the southeastern United States

Forest Ecology and Management, 234(1-3), 209–217.

By: C. Carlson, T. Fox, S. Colbert, D. Kelting, H. Allen & T. Albaugh

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Individual tree crown and stand development in Pinus taeda under different fertilization and irrigation regimes

Forest Ecology and Management, 234(1-3), 10–23.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen & T. Fox

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Root and stem partitioning of Pinus taeda

Trees (Berlin, Germany), 20(2), 176–185.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen & L. Kress

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

Long term growth responses of loblolly pine to optimal nutrient and water resource availability

Forest Ecology and Management, 192(1), 19-.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen, P. Dougherty & K. Johnsen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

Monthly leaf area index estimates from point-in-time measurements and needle phenology for Pinus taeda (vol 33, pg 2477, 2003)

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34(3).

By: D. Sampson, T. Albaugh, K. Johnson, H. Allen & S. Zarnoch

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

Radiata pine response to tillage fertilization and weed control in Chile

Bosque, 25(2), 5–15.

By: T. Albaugh, R. Rubilar, J. Alvarez & H. Allen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Respiratory carbon use and carbon storage in mid-rotation loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantations: the effect of site resources on the stand carbon balance

Global Change Biology, 10(8), 1335–1350.

By: C. Maier, T. Albaugh, H. Allen & P. Dougherty

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Vegetation control and fertilization in midrotation Pinus taeda stands in the southeastern United States

Annals of Forest Science, 60(7).

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen, B. Zutter & H. Quicke

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Monthly leaf area index estimates from point-in-time measurements and needle phenology for Pinus taeda

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33(12), 2477–2490.

By: D. Sampson, T. Albaugh, K. Johnsen, H. Allen & S. Zarnoch

Source: NC State University Libraries

2002 | journal article

Below-ground carbon in put to soil is control led by nutrient availability and fine root dynamics in loblolly pine

New Phytologist, 154(2), 389–398.

By: J. King, T. Albaugh, H. Allen, M. Buford, B. Strain & P. Dougherty

Source: NC State University Libraries

2002 | journal article

Development of size hierarchies prior to the onset of density- dependent mortality in irrigated and fertilized loblolly pine stands

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 32(6), 989–996.

By: U. Nilsson, T. Albaugh & H. Allen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2002 | journal article

The influence of nutrient and water availability on carbohydrate storage in loblolly pine

Forest Ecology and Management, 159(3), 261–270.

By: K. Ludovici, H. Allen, T. Albaugh & P. Dougherty

Source: NC State University Libraries

2001 | journal article

Applying 3-PG, a simple process-based model designed to produce practical results, to data from loblolly pine experiments

Forest Science, 47(1), 43–51.

By: J. Landsberg, K. Johnsen, T. Albaugh, H. Allen & S. McKeand

Source: NC State University Libraries

2001 | journal article

Stand-scale correspondence in empirical and simulated labile carbohydrates in loblolly pine

Forest Science, 47(1), 60–68.

By: D. Sampson, K. Johnsen, K. Ludovici, T. Albaugh & C. Maier

Source: NC State University Libraries

1999 | journal article

Carry-over effects of water and nutrient supply on water use of Pinus taeda

Ecological Applications, 9(2), 513–525.

By: B. Ewers, R. Oren, T. Albaugh & P. Dougherty

Source: NC State University Libraries

1999 | journal article

Ecophysiological basis for plantation production: a loblolly pine case study

Bosque, 20, 3–8.

By: H. Allen & T. Albaugh

Source: NC State University Libraries

1999 | journal article

Stand-level allometry in Pinus taeda as affected by irrigation and fertilization

Tree Physiology, 19(12), 769–778.

By: J. King, T. Albaugh, H. Allen & L. Kress

Source: NC State University Libraries

1998 | journal article

Leaf area and above- and belowground growth responses of loblolly pine to nutrient and water additions

Forest Science, 44(2), 317–328.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen, P. Dougherty, L. Kress & J. King

Source: NC State University Libraries

1998 | chapter

An investigation of the impacts of elevated CO2, irrigation, and fertilization on the physiology and growth of loblolly pine

In The productivity and sustainability of Southern forest ecosystems in a changing environment. (Ecological studies; 128) (pp. 149–168). New York: Springer.

By: P. Dougherty, H. Allen, L. Kress, R. Murthy, C. Maier, T. Albaugh, D. Sampson

Source: NC State University Libraries

1992 | journal article

A field chamber for testing air pollution effects on mature trees

Journal of Environmental Quality, 21(3), 476.

By: T. Albaugh, F. Mowry & L. Kress

Source: NC State University Libraries

1991 | journal article

Biomass-D2H relationships for young loblolly pine as affected by ozone

Biomass and Bioenergy, 1(3), 143.

By: T. Albaugh, H. Allen & L. Kress

Source: NC State University Libraries