John Charles Gordon

Forestry and Environmental Studies Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Forestry and Environmental Studies
"John Charles Gordon"

Gordon, John Charles, Photosynthesis, respiration and growth of Scotch pine seedlings (1966). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 2897.


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Gordon Elwood Gatherum grad student 1966 Iowa State
 (Photosynthesis, respiration and growth of Scotch pine seedlings.)
Walter Earl Loomis grad student 1966 Iowa State


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Jeffrey O. Dawson grad student 1978 Iowa State (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
John A. Arnone grad student 1988 Yale (Chemistry Tree)
Joyce Berry grad student 2000 Yale (SocTree)
Marian R. Chertow grad student 2000 Yale (Econometree)
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Sessions J, Gordon J, Rigdon P, et al. (2017) Indian Forests and Forestry: Can They Play a Larger Role in Sustainable Forest Management? Journal of Forestry. 115: 364-365
Marsh AS, Arnone JA, Bormann BT, et al. (2000) The role of Equisetum in nutrient cycling in an Alaskan shrub wetland Journal of Ecology. 88: 999-1011
Berry J, Brewer GD, Gordon JC, et al. (1998) Closing the gap between ecosystem management and ecosystem research Policy Sciences. 31: 55-80
Bryan JA, Berlyn GP, Gordon JC. (1996) Toward a new concept of the evolution of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the Leguminosae Plant and Soil. 186: 151-159
Arnone JA, Gordon JC. (1990) Effect of nodulation, nitrogen fixation and CO2 enrichment on the physiology, growth and dry mass allocation of seedlings of Alnus rubra bong New Phytologist. 116: 55-66
Bormann BT, Gordon JC. (1989) Can intensively managed forest ecosystems be self-sufficient in nitrogen? Forest Ecology and Management. 29: 95-103
Helgerson OT, Gordon JC, Perry DA. (1984) N2 fixation by red alder (Alnus rubra) and scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) planted under precommerically thinned Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) Plant and Soil. 78: 221-233
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