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    7. Brander, R. B. 1973. Life-history notes on the porcupine in a  hardwood-hemlock forest in Upper Michigan. Michigan Academy of Sciences  5(4):425-433.
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    9. Brisbin, Robert L. 1970. Eastern hemlock. USDA Forest Service,  American Woods FS-239. Washington, DC. 8 p.
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    27. Godman, Richard M., and Carl H. Tubbs. 1973. Establishing even-age  northern hardwood regeneration by the shelterwood method-a preliminary  guide. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper NC-99. North Central Forest  Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 9 p.
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    35. Hocker, H. W., Jr. 1961. Germination of eastern white pine seed and  early establishment of white pine seedlings on prepared sites.  University of New Hampshire Agriculture Experiment Station, Technical  Bulletin 103. Durham. 15 p.
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    37. Hough, Ashbel F. 1960. Silvical characteristics of eastern hemlock.  USDA Forest Service, Station Paper NE-132. Northeastern Forest  Experiment Station, Upper Darby, PA. 23 p.
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    39. Jordan, J. S., and W. M. Sharp. 1967. Seeding and planting hemlock  for ruffed grouse cover. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper NE-83.  Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Upper Darby, PA. 17 p.
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    41. Jorgensen, R. N., and S. L. Lecznar. 1964. Anatomy of hemlock ring  shake associated with sapsucker injury. USDA Forest Service, Research  Paper NE-21. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Upper Darby, PA. 9  p.
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    43. Lancaster, Kenneth F. 1985. Managing eastern hemlock-a preliminary  guide. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area, NA-FR-30.
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    45. LeMadeleine, Leon. 1980. Seed-borne pathogens of hemlock seed from  the Argonne Experimental Forest. Evaluation Report NA-FB/U-8, January.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Area State  and Private Forestry, St. Paul, MN. 4 p.
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    47. Logan, K. T. 1973. Growth of tree seedlings as affected by light  intensity. V. White ash, beech, eastern hemlock, and general  conclusions. Department of the Environment, Canadian Forestry Service,  Publication 1323. Ottawa, ON. 12 p.
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    49. Lumis, G. P., G. Hofstra, and R. Hall. 1973. Sensitivity of roadside  trees and shrubs to aerial drift of deicing salt. Horticulture Science  8(6):475-477.
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    51. Lutz, R. J., and A. C. Cline. 1956. Results of the first thirty years  of experimentation in silviculture in the Harvard Forest 1908-1938. Part  II. Natural reproduction methods in white pine-hemlock stands on light,  sandy soils. Harvard Forest Bulletin 27. Harvard University, Cambridge,  MA. 70 p.
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    53. MacAloney, H. J. 1967. The hemlock borer. USDA Forest Service, Forest  Pest Leaflet 109. Washington, DC. 4 p.
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    55. Nienstaedt, H., and H. B. Kriebel. 1955. Controlled pollination of  eastern hemlock. Forest Science 1(2):115-120.
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    59. Rogers, R. S. 1980. Hemlock stands from Wisconsin to Nova Scotia:  transitions in understory composition along a floristic gradient.  Ecology 61(l):178-193.
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    61. Secrest, H. C. 1943. The hemlock borer, its biology and a discussion  of the factors concerned in the development of an infestation. Forest  Insect Laboratory Report, Milwaukee, WI.
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    63. Smith, David Martyn. 1962. The practice of silviculture. John Wiley,  New York. 578 p.
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    65. Stearns, F. 1951. The composition of the sugar maple-hemlock-yellow  birch association in northern Wisconsin. Ecology 32:254-265.
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    67. Tubbs, Carl H. 1977. Manager's handbook for northern hardwoods in the  North Central States. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report  NC-39. North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 29 p. 
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    73. Wang, B. S. P. 1974. Tree-seed storage. Department of the  Environment, Canadian Forestry Service, Publication 1335. Ottawa, ON. 32  p.
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    75. Westveld, R. H. 1929. Applied silviculture in the United States. John  Wiley, New York. 567 p.
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    77. Willis, G. L., and M. S. Coffman. [n.d.] Composition, structure, and  dynamics of climax stands of eastern hemlock and sugar maple in the  Huron Mountains, Michigan. Michigan Technological University, Department  of Forestry, Technical Bulletin 13. Houghton. 43 p.
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    79. Wilson, L. F. 1977. A guide to insect injury of conifers in the Lake  States. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 501.  Washington, DC. 218 p.
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