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- Kennedy, Harvey E., Jr. 1982. Growth and survival of water tupelo coppice regeneration after six growing seasons. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 6(3):133-135.
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- Langdon, 0. Gordon, and Kenneth B. Trousdell. 1978. Stand manipulation: effects on soil moisture and tree growth in southern pine and pine-hardwood stands. In Proceedings, Soil Moisture-Site Productivity Symposium, Nov. 1-3, 1977, Myrtle Beach, SC. p. 221-236. William E. Balmer, ed. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Area, State and Private Forest , Atlanta, GA.
- Laundrie, J. F., and J. S. McKnight. 1969. Butt swells of water tupelo for pulp and paper. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper FPL-119. Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI. 11 p.
- McGarity, R. W. 1977. Ten-year results of thinning and clearcutting in a muck swamp timber type. International Paper Company, Technical Note 38. Natchez Forest Research Center, Natchez, MS. 5 p.
- McKnight, J. S. 1965. Hints for direct seeding southern hardwoods. In Proceedings, Direct Seeding Workshops, Oct. 5-6 and 20-21, 1965, Alexandria, LA, and Tallahassee, FL. p. 26-35. USDA Forest Service, Atlanta, GA.
- Morris, R. C. 1975. Tree-eaters in the tupelo swamps. Forests and People 25(l):22-24.
- Priester, David S. 1979. Stump sprouts of swamp and water tupelo produce viable seeds. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 3(4):149-151.
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- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 1974. Seeds of woody plants in the United States. C. S. Schopmeyer, tech. coord. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 450. Washington, DC, 883 p.
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