Mike Strub
Mike Strub
retired from Weyerhaeuser Company, Adjunct Professor, Mississippi Satae University
Verified email at mcfns.com
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A new method for estimating population size from removal data
FL Carle, MR Strub
Biometrics, 621-630, 1978
5761978
The effects of spacing and thinning on stand and tree characteristics of 38-year-old loblolly pine
VC Baldwin Jr, KD Peterson, A Clark III, RB Ferguson, MR Strub, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 137 (1), 91-102, 2000
1922000
The effects of spacing and thinning on stand and tree characteristics of 38-year-old loblolly pine
V Clark Jr, KD Peterson, AIII Clark, RB Ferguson, MR Strub, DR Bower
192*2000
A model for simulation of planted loblolly pine stands
HE Burkhart, MR Strub
Growth models for tree and stand simulation. Royal College Forestry, Res …, 1974
1261974
Yields of old~ field loblolly pine plantations. Div. Forestry and Wildlife Resources, VPI & SU
HE Burkhart, RC Parker, MR Strub, RG Oderwald
FWS-3-72, 1972
65*1972
New dynamic site equation that fits best the Schwappach data for Scots pine (< i> Pinus sylvestris</i> L.) in Central Europe
CJ Cieszewski, M Strub, M Zasada
Forest ecology and management 243 (1), 83-93, 2007
492007
Generalized algebraic difference approach derivation of dynamic site equations with polymorphism and variable asymptotes from exponential and logarithmic functions
CJ Cieszewski, M Strub
Forest Science 54 (3), 303-315, 2008
482008
Comparison of diameter growth and crown competition factor in loblolly pine plantations
MR Strub, RB Vasey, HE Burkhart
Forest Science 21 (4), 427-431, 1975
461975
Notes: A Class-Interval-Free Method for Obtaining Expected Yields from Diameter Distributions
MR Strub, HE Burkhart
Forest Science 21 (1), 67-69, 1975
371975
Effects of initial spacing on height development of loblolly pine
C Anton-Fernandez, HE Burkhart, M Strub, RL Amateis
Forest Science 57 (3), 201-211, 2011
342011
Evaluation of four methods to estimate parameters of an annual tree survival and diameter growth model
Q Cao, M Strub
Forest Science 54 (6), 617-624, 2008
342008
Height-age trends from an Arkansas seed source study
PT Sprinz, CB Talbert, MR Strub
Forest science 35 (3), 677-691, 1989
301989
Spatial regression modeling of tree height-diameter relationships
QMQ Meng, CJCCJ Cieszewski, MRSMR Strub, E Bruce, BBE Borders
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (12), 2283-2293, 2009
272009
Yield estimates for loblolly pine plantations
RF Daniels, HE Burkhart, MR Strub
Journal of Forestry 77 (9), 581-586, 1979
251979
Analysis of different base models and methods of site model derivation for Scots pine
CJ Cieszewski, M Zasada, M Strub
Forest Science 52 (2), 187-197, 2006
232006
Initial spacing: how many trees to plant
WD Smith, MR Strub
Forest Regeneration Manual. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordecht, The …, 1991
231991
Yield of old–field loblolly pine plantations. School of Forestry and Wildlife Resources, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Publ
HE Burkhart, RC Parker, MR Strub, RG Oderwald
FWS-3-72, 1972
221972
Parameter Estimation of BaseAge Invariant Site Index Models: Which Data Structure to Use? A Discussion
CJ Cieszewski, M Strub
Forest Science 53 (5), 552-555, 2007
202007
BaseAge Invariance Properties of Two Techniques for Estimating the Parameters of Site Index Models
M Strub, CJ Cieszewski
Forest Science 52 (2), 182-186, 2006
192006
Carrying capacity and thinning response of Pinus taeda in the CCT experiments
MR Strub, BV Bredenkamp
South African Forestry Journal 133 (1), 6-11, 1985
181985
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