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Douglass F. Jacobs
Douglass F. Jacobs
van Eck Professor of Forest Biology, Purdue University
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Forest restoration following surface mining disturbance: challenges and solutions
SE Macdonald, SM Landhäusser, J Skousen, J Franklin, J Frouz, S Hall, ...
New Forests 46, 703-732, 2015
4062015
Quantifying root system quality of nursery seedlings and relationship to outplanting performance
AS Davis, DF Jacobs
New Forests 30, 295-311, 2005
3982005
Mechanical site preparation for forest restoration
M Löf, DC Dey, RM Navarro, DF Jacobs
New Forests 43, 825-848, 2012
2992012
Drought tolerance and transplanting performance of holm oak (Quercus ilex) seedlings after drought hardening in the nursery
P Villar-Salvador, R Planelles, J Oliet, JL Peñuelas-Rubira, DF Jacobs, ...
Tree Physiology 24 (10), 1147-1155, 2004
2422004
Relative contribution of initial root and shoot morphology in predicting field performance of hardwood seedlings
DF Jacobs, KF Salifu, JR Seifert
New Forests 30, 235-251, 2005
2232005
A conceptual framework for restoration of threatened plants: the effective model of American chestnut (Castanea dentata) reintroduction
DF Jacobs, HJ Dalgleish, CD Nelson
New Phytologist 197 (2), 378-393, 2013
2172013
Field performance of Pinus halepensis planted in Mediterranean arid conditions: relative influence of seedling morphology and mineral nutrition
JA Oliet, R Planelles, F Artero, R Valverde, DF Jacobs, ML Segura
New Forests 37, 313-331, 2009
2082009
Toward development of silvical strategies for forest restoration of American chestnut (Castanea dentata) using blight-resistant hybrids
DF Jacobs
Biological Conservation 137 (4), 497-506, 2007
1822007
Restoring forests: what constitutes success in the twenty-first century?
DF Jacobs, JA Oliet, J Aronson, A Bolte, JM Bullock, PJ Donoso, ...
New Forests 46, 601-614, 2015
1812015
Prediction of planted seedling survival of five Mediterranean species based on initial seedling morphology
M Tsakaldimi, P Ganatsas, DF Jacobs
New Forests 44, 327-339, 2013
1792013
Artificial Regeneration of Major Oak (Quercus) Species in the Eastern United States—A Review of the Literature
DC Dey, D Jacobs, K McNabb, G Miller, V Baldwin, G Foster
Forest Science 54 (1), 77-106, 2008
1702008
Characterizing fertility targets and multi-element interactions in nursery culture of Quercus rubra seedlings
KF Salifu, DF Jacobs
Annals of Forest Science 63 (3), 231-237, 2006
1642006
Growth and nutritional response of hardwood seedlings to controlled-release fertilization at outplanting
DF Jacobs, KF Salifu, JR Seifert
Forest Ecology and Management 214 (1-3), 28-39, 2005
1632005
Fertilizer-induced changes in rhizosphere electrical conductivity: relation to forest tree seedling root system growth and function
DF Jacobs, VR Timmer
New Forests 30, 147-166, 2005
1572005
The number of tree species on Earth
R Cazzolla Gatti, PB Reich, JGP Gamarra, T Crowther, C Hui, A Morera, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2115329119, 2022
1472022
Why do large, nitrogen rich seedlings better resist stressful transplanting conditions? A physiological analysis in two functionally contrasting Mediterranean forest species
B Cuesta, P Villar-Salvador, J Puértolas, DF Jacobs, JMR Benayas
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (1), 71-78, 2010
1472010
Restoring forests: regeneration and ecosystem function for the future
M Löf, P Madsen, M Metslaid, J Witzell, DF Jacobs
New Forests 50 (2), 139-151, 2019
1462019
The role of stored carbohydrates and nitrogen in the growth and stress tolerance of planted forest trees
P Villar-Salvador, M Uscola, DF Jacobs
New Forests 46, 813-839, 2015
1402015
Nursery nitrogen loading improves field performance of bareroot oak seedlings planted on abandoned mine lands
KF Salifu, DF Jacobs, ZKD Birge
Restoration Ecology 17 (3), 339-349, 2009
1362009
Quality assessment of temperate zone deciduous hardwood seedlings
BC Wilson, DF Jacobs
New Forests 31, 417-433, 2006
1332006
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