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The importance of succession, harvest, and climate change in determining future forest composition in a temperate hardwood forest., Wang, Wen J., He Hong, Thompson Frank R., Fraser Jacob, Hanberry Brice B., and Dijak William D. , Ecosphere, 10-Aug-2015, Volume 6, Issue 12, p.1-18, (2015)
Importance of succession, harvest, and climate change in determining future composition in U.S. Central Hardwood Forests, Wang, Wen J., He Hong, III Frank R. Thompso, Fraser Jacob, Hanberry Brice B., and Dijak William D. , Ecosphere, 12/2015, Volume 6, p.art277, (2015)
Modeling the Effects of Harvest Alternatives on Mitigating Oak Decline in a Central Hardwood Forest Landscape, Wang, Wen J., He Hong, Spetich Martin A., Shifley Stephen R., Thompson Frank R., and Fraser Jacob , PLoS ONE, 6/2013, Volume 8, p.e66713, (2013)
A large-scale forest landscape model incorporating multi-scale processes and utilizing forest inventory data, Wang, Wen J., He Hong, Spetich Martin A., Shifley Stephen R., Thompson Frank R., Larsen David R., Fraser Jacob, and Yang Jian , Ecosphere, 09/2013, Volume 4, p.art106, (2013)
Landscape- and regional-scale shifts in forest composition under climate change in the Central Hardwood Region of the United States, Wang, Wen J., He Hong, Thompson Frank R., Fraser Jacob, and Dijak William D. , Landscape Ecology, Jan-01-2016, Volume 31, Issue 1, p.149 - 163, (2016)
Changes in forest biomass and tree species distribution under climate change in the northeastern United States, Wang, Wen J., He Hong, Thompson Frank R., Fraser Jacob, and Dijak William D. , Landscape Ecology, Jan-08-2017, (2016)