Forest Research: Open Access

Forest Research: Open Access
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Forest Research: Open Access [62 Articles]

The articles published in Forest Research: Open Access have been cited 62 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Forest Research: Open Access.

Guimarães de Menezes CW, Soares MA, Assis Júnior S L,  Fonseca AJ (2012). First Record of Poekilloptera Phalaenoides (Hemiptera: Flatidae) Hosting Mimosa Caesalpiniaefolia (Mimosaceae) in Diamantina, Minas Gerais State, Brazil Forest Res 1: 2.

Caldararo NL (2015) Wildfire and Fire-Adapted Ecology: How People Created the Current Fire Disasters.

Forest AN (2013) Some 202 medicinal species have been collected.

Cezar RM., Vezzani FM, Schwiderke DK, Gaiad S, Brown GG et al. (2015). Soil biological properties in multistrata successional agroforestry systems and in natural regeneration. Agroforestry Systems 89:1035-1047.

Ribeiro-Neto JD, Arnan X, Tabarelli M, Leal IR (2016) Chronic anthropogenic disturbance causes homogenization of plant and ant communities in the Brazilian Caatinga. Biodiversity and Conservation 25: 943-956.

Moraes MC, Ruschel MC, Soares MA, Pires EM (2012) Sclerolobium paniculatum Vogel (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae), A New Host Plant for Poekilloptera phalaenoides (Linnaeus, 1758)(Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Flatidae). Forest Res 1:2.

Leon Pelaez JD (2012) Nutrient Cycling Studies: A New Approach for Assessing Reclamation Processes of Tropical Degraded Lands and Restoration of Ecosystem Functions. Forest Res 1:103.

Waldron JD, Xi WM (2013) Forest Restoration: Simple Concept Complex Process. Forest Res 2:104.

Mirzaei M, Bonyad E, Aziz J (2016) Assessing Impact of Physiographic Factors on Spatial Distribution Patterns of Oak Trees in Iran. Forest Res; 5:2.

Wang X, Xi W, Anten N & Bi H (2013) Development of root-carving industry leads to ecological and environmental degradation in China. Forest Research 3: 2

Wang X, Xi W, Anten N & Bi H (2013) Development of root-carving industry leads to ecological and environmental degradation in China.

Wang X, Xi W, Anten N & Bi H (2013) Development of root-carving industry leads to ecological and environmental degradation in China. Forest Res 3: 2.

Acar M (2009) On the course of radical decomposition tree species, aspect and the effect of height.

Sariyildiz T, TÜFEKÇİOĞLU A & Küçük M (2005) Comparison of decomposition rates of beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) and spruce (Picea orientalis (L.) Link) litter in pure and mixed stands of both species in Artvin, Turkey. Turkish journal of agriculture and forestry 29: 429-438.

Sariyildiz T (2003) Litter decomposition of Picea orientalis, Pinus sylvestris and Castanea sativa trees grown in Artvin in relation to their initial litter quality variables. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 27: 237-243.

Sariyildiz T & Anderson JM (2003) Decomposition of sun and shade leaves from three deciduous tree species, as affected by their chemical composition. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 37: 137-146.

Cortés L, Hernández J, Valencia D & Corvalán P (2014) Estimation of Above-Ground Forest Biomass Using Landsat ETM+, Aster GDEM and Lidar.Forest Res, 3: 2.

Cortés L, Hernández J, Valencia D & Corvalán P (2014) Estimation of above-ground forest biomass using Landsat ETM+, Aster GDEM and Lidar.Forest Res, 3: 2.

Berrill JP & Dagley CM (2014) Regeneration and Recruitment Correlate with Stand Density and Composition in Long-Unburned Aspen Stands Undergoing Succession to Conifer in the Sierra Nevada, USA. Forest Res 3: 2.

Berrill JP & Dagley CM (2014) Regeneration and Recruitment Correlate with Stand Density and Composition in Long-Unburned Aspen Stands Undergoing Succession to Conifer in the Sierra Nevada, USA. Forest Res 3: 2.

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