This listing is an update of a listing published by Avin Alm in 1988 titled: Cloquet Forestry Center Papers and Reports for the 75-Year Period From 1912-1987.
This paper provides a listing of reports, theses, and journal articles covering work conducted or materials and services provide at the University of Minnesota, College of Food Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences, Cloquet Forestry Center. The listing covers the period from 1912-2011. A total of 903 papers are listed. Although considerable effort was made to make the list as complete as possible it may be that there are some omissions. Hopefully, readers of the list will assist in providing any additional citations that can be in a future update.
The listing is divided into two sections. Section I is in alphabetical sequence by authors last name. Section II provides a cross reference by subject matter with citation numbers referring to the Section I alphabetical listing.
The compilation of early research publications related to the Cloquet Forestry Center is the result of the wisdom of early Directors who saw the value of documenting research activity of the time. A chronological listing from 1912 to 1960 was complied by Dr. Bruce A. Brown, Cloquet Forestry Center Director from 1960-1974 and additional compilations by Dr. Al Hallgren, Cloquet Forestry Center Director from 1975-1987. Their efforts are acknowledged as well as the help and assistance of the various University of Minnesota faculty and staff whom provided additional listings. Since 1947 funding for supporting long term research at the Cloquet Forestry Center has been provided in part by MAES Project No. MIN-40-015: Dynamics, Management and Sustainable Use of Northern Forest Ecosystems.
Severs, Ronald; Alm, Alvin A; Olson, Rylie.
Cloquet Forestry Center Research Papers and Reports 1912-2011.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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