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Eric J. Jokela
Eric J. Jokela
Professor Emeritus—Silviculture and Forest Nutrition, University of Florida
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
11842020
The development of pine plantation silviculture in the southern United States
TR Fox, EJ Jokela, HL Allen
Journal of Forestry 105 (7), 337-347, 2007
5292007
Accuracy of Genomic Selection Methods in a Standard Data Set of Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.)
MFR Resende Jr, P Munoz, MDV Resende, DJ Garrick, RL Fernando, ...
Genetics 190 (4), 1503-1510, 2012
4392012
Production dynamics of intensively managed loblolly pine stands in the southern United States: a synthesis of seven long-term experiments
EJ Jokela, PM Dougherty, TA Martin
Forest ecology and management 192 (1), 117-130, 2004
2452004
Effects of annual fertilization and sustained weed control on dry matter partitioning, leaf area, and growth efficiency of juvenile loblolly and slash pine
SR Colbert, EJ Jokela, DG Neary
Forest Science 36 (4), 995-1014, 1990
2261990
The longleaf pine ecosystem
S Jose, EJ Jokela, DL Miller
Context 1976, 1991
2131991
Effects of ontogeny and soil nutrient supply on production, allocation, and leaf area efficiency in loblolly and slash pine stands
EJ Jokela, TA Martin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (10), 1511-1524, 2000
2082000
BAAD: A biomass and allometry database for woody plants.
DS Falster, RA Duursma, MI Ishihara, DR Barneche, RG FitzJohn, ...
Ecological Society of America, 2015
1882015
Needlefall, canopy light interception, and productivity of young intensively managed slash and loblolly pine stands
F Dalla-Tea, EJ Jokela
Forest Science 37 (5), 1298-1313, 1991
1641991
Performance of improved genotypes of loblolly pine across different soils, climates, and silvicultural inputs
SE McKeand, EJ Jokela, DA Huber, TD Byram, HL Allen, B Li, TJ Mullin
Forest Ecology and Management 227 (1-2), 178-184, 2006
1602006
Twenty-five years of intensive forest management with southern pines: Important lessons learned
EJ Jokela, TA Martin, JG Vogel
Journal of Forestry 108 (7), 338-347, 2010
1592010
Crown structure, light interception and productivity of pine trees and stands
P Stenberg, T Kuuluvainen, S Kellomäki, JC Grace, EJ Jokela, HL Gholz
Ecological Bulletins, 20-34, 1994
1541994
Characteristics of gaps and natural regeneration in mature longleaf pine flatwoods ecosystems
JL Gagnon, EJ Jokela, WK Moser, DA Huber
Forest Ecology and Management 187 (2-3), 373-380, 2004
1452004
Canopy dynamics, light interception, and radiation use efficiency of selected loblolly pine families
RL McCrady, EJ Jokela
Forest Science 44 (1), 64-72, 1998
1331998
Stand development and production dynamics of loblolly pine under a range of cultural treatments in north-central Florida USA
TA Martin, EJ Jokela
Forest Ecology and Management 192 (1), 39-58, 2004
1262004
Phosphorus mineralization kinetics and response of microbial phosphorus to drying and rewetting in a Florida Spodosol
PF Grierson, NB Comerford, EJ Jokela
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (10-11), 1323-1331, 1998
1181998
Dynamics of artificial regeneration in gaps within a longleaf pine flatwoods ecosystem
JL Gagnon, EJ Jokela, WK Moser, DA Huber
Forest Ecology and Management 172 (2-3), 133-144, 2003
1082003
Genotype× environment interactions in selected loblolly and slash pine plantations in the Southeastern United States
BE Roth, EJ Jokela, TA Martin, DA Huber, TL White
Forest Ecology and Management 238 (1-3), 175-188, 2007
1022007
Developmental patterns and nutrition impact radiation use efficiency components in southern pine stands
TA Martin, EJ Jokela
Ecological Applications 14 (6), 1839-1854, 2004
1022004
The evolution of pine plantation silviculture in the southern United States
TR Fox, EJ Jokela, HL Allen
Southern forest science: Past, present, and future, 63-82, 2004
962004
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