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Butnor, J.R., L.J. Samuelson, K.H. Johnsen, P.H. Anderson, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.M. Boot, M.F. Cotrufo, K.A. Heckman, J.A. Jackson, T.A. Stokes, S.J. Zarnoch. 2017. Vertical distribution and presistence of soil organic carbon in fire-adapted longleaf pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management (in press).

Samuelson, L.J., T.A. Stokes, J.R. Butnor, K.H. Johnsen, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper Jr., P.H. Anderson, M.R. Ramirez, J.C. Lewis. 2017. Ecosystem carbon density and allocation across a chronosequence of longleaf pine forests. Ecological Applications 27(1): 244-259.

ArchMiller, A.A., L.J. Samuelson, and Y. Li. 2016. Spatial variability of soil respiration in a 64-year-old longleaf pine forest. Plant and Soil 403:419-435.

ArchMiller, A.A. and L.J. Samuelson. 2016. Partitioning longleaf pine soil respiration into its autotrophic and heterotrophic components through root excision. Forests 7:39.

Butnor, J.R., L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Stokes, K.H. Johnsen, P.H. Anderson and C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke. 2016. Surface-based GPR underestimates below-stump root biomass. Plant and Soil 402:47-62.

Bartkowiak, S.M., L.J. Samuelson, M.A. McGuire, and R.O. Teskey. 2015. Fertilization increases sensitivity of canopy stomatal conductance and transpiration to throughfall reduction in an 8-year-old loblolly pine plantation. Forest Ecology and Management 354: 87-96.

ArchMiller, A.A., and L.J. Samuelson. 2015. Intra-annual variation of soil respiration across four heterogeneous longleaf pine forest in the southeastern United States. Forest Ecology and Management 359: 370-380.

Will, R., T. Fox, M. Akers, J-C Domec, C. Gonzalez-Benecke, E. Jokela, M. Kane, A. Laviner, G. Lokuta, D. Markewitz, M.A. McGuire, C. Meek, A. Noormets, L. Samuelson, J. Seiler, B. Strahm, R. Teskey, J. Vogel, E. Ward, J. West, D. Wilson, and T. Martin. 2015. A range-wide experiment to investigate nutrients and soil moisture interactions in loblolly pine plantations. Forests 6:2014-2028.

Eberhardt, T.L., and L.J. Samuelson. 2015. Collection of wood quality data by x-ray densitometry: A case study with three southern pines. Wood Science Technology. 49:739-753.

Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Stokes, W.P. Cropper, T.A. Martin, and K.H. Johnsen. 2015. Understory plant biomass dynamics of Pinus palustris stands. Forest Ecology and Management 344: 84-94.

Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper, K.H. Johnsen, T.A. Stokes, J.R. Butnor, and P. Anderson. 2015. Modeling the effects of forest management on in situ and ex situ longleaf pine forest carbon stocks. Forest Ecology and Management 355: 24-36.

Samuelson, L.J., T.A. Stokes, J.R. Butnor, K.H. Johnsen, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, P. Anderson, J. Jackson, L. Ferrari, T.A. Martin, and W.P. Cropper, Jr. 2014. Ecosystem carbon stocks in Pinus palustris Mill. forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44: 476-486.

Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., S.A. Gezan, L.J. Samuelson, W.P. Cropper jr., D.J. Leduc, T.A. Martin. 2014. Estimating Pinus palustris tree diameter and stem volume from tree height, crown area and stand-level parameters. Journal of Forestry Research 25:43-52.

Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., S.A. Gezan, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper Jr. L.J. Samuelson, and D.J. Leduc. 2013. Individual tree diameter, height and volume functions for longleaf pine. Forest Science 60:43-56.

Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., S.A. Gezan, D.J. Leduc, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper Jr., and L.J. Samuelson. 2012. Modeling survival, yield, volume partitioning and their response to thinning for longleaf pine plantations. Forests 3:1104-1132.

Samuelson, L.J., and T.A. Stokes. 2012. Leaf physiological and morphological responses to shade in grass-stage seedlings and young trees of longleaf pine. Forests 3:684-699.

Samuelson, L.J., T.A. Stokes, and K.H. Johnsen. 2012. Ecophysiological comparison of 50-year-old longleaf pine, slash pine and loblolly pine. Forest Ecology and Management 274:108-115.

Samuelson, L.J. and W.B. Whitaker. 2012. Relationships between soil CO2 efflux and forest structure in 50-year-old longleaf pine. Forest Science (Special Issue: Southern Forest Science in Support of a Low Carbon Economy) 58:472-484.

Stokes, T.A., L.J. Samuelson, J.S. Kush, M.G. Farris, and J.C. Gilbert. 2010. Structure and diversity of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) forest communities in the Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge, northeastern Alabama. Natural Areas Journal 30:211-225.

Samuelson, L.J., P.C. McLemore III, and G.L. Somers. 2003. Relationship between foliar dgr 13C and hydraulic pathway length in Pinus palustris. Forest Science 49:790-798.