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H. Lee Allen

H. Lee Allen

C.A. Schenck Distinguished Professor of Forestry and Director, NC State Forest Nutrition Cooperative

Education:
B.S. University of Maine (1976)
M.S. University of Maine (1978)
Ph.D. North Carolina State University (1981)

Research Interests:
Forest nutrition; Ecophysiology of forest productivity; Anthropogenic impacts on forest ecosystems;Quantitative silviculture; Genotype and environment interactions

Courses:
FOR 304 Silviculture
FOR 513 Silviculture for Intensively Managed Plantations
FOR(SSC) 763 Ecophysiology of Forest Production

Contact:
NC State University
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
Raleigh, NC 27695
Tel: 919 515-3500
E-mail: Lee_Allen@ncsu.edu

Publications

  • Carlson, C. A., Fox, T. R., Allen, H. L., Albaugh, T. J., Rubilar, R. A., & Stape, J. L. (2014). Growth responses of loblolly pine in the southeast united states to midrotation applications of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and micronutrients. Forest Science, 60(1), 157-169.
    Publication type: Article
  • Alvarez, J., Allen, H. L., Albaugh, T. J., Stape, J. L., Bullock, B. P., & Song, C. (2013). Factors influencing the growth of radiata pine plantations in Chile. Forestry, 86(1), 13-26.
    Publication type: Article
  • Campoe, O. C., Stape, J. L., Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Fox, T. R., Rubilar, R., & Binkley, D. (2013). Fertilization and irrigation effects on tree level aboveground net primary production, light interception and light use efficiency in a loblolly pine plantation. Forest Ecology and Management, 288, 43-48.
    Publication type: Article
  • Rubilar, R. A., Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Alvarez, J., Fox, T. R., & Stape, J. L. (2013). Foliage development and leaf area duration in Pinus radiata. Forest Ecology and Management, 304, 455-463.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Fox, T. R., Blinn, C. E., Allen, H. L., Rubilar, R. A., & Stape, J. L. (2013). Developing a new foliar nutrient-based method to predict response to competing vegetation control in Pinus taeda. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 37(4), 196-201.
    Publication type: Article
  • Espinoza, J. A., Allen, H. L., McKeand, S. E., & Dougherty, P. M. (2012). Stem sinuosity in loblolly pine with nitrogen and calcium additions. Forest Ecology and Management, 265, 55-61.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Bergh, J., Lundmark, T., Nilsson, U., Stape, J. L., Allen, H. L., & Linder, S. (2012). Do biological expansion factors adequately estimate stand-scale aboveground component biomass for Norway spruce? (vol 258, pg 2628, 2009). Forest Ecology and Management, 270, 314-314.
    Publication type: Correction to article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Stape, J. L., Fox, T. R., Rubilar, R. A., & Allen, H. L. (2012). Midrotation vegetation control and fertilization response in Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii across the Southeastern United States. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 36(1), 44-53.
    Publication type: Article
  • Blinn, C. E., Albaugh, T. J., Fox, T. R., Wynne, R. H., Stape, J. L., Rubilar, R. A., & Allen, H. L. (2012). A method for estimating deciduous competition in pine stands using Landsat. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 36(2), 71-78.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Stape, J. L., Fox, T. R., Rubilar, R. A., & Price, J. W. (2012). Intra-annual nutrient flux in Pinus taeda. Tree Physiology, 32(10), 1237-1258.
    Publication type: Article
  • Alvarez, J., Mitasova, H., & Allen, H. L. (2011). Estimating monthly solar radiation in south-central Chile. Chilean journal of Agricultural Research, 71(4), 601-609.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Stape, J. L., Fox, T. R., Rubilar, R. A., Carlson, C. A., & Pezzutti, R. (2010). Leaf area duration in natural range and exotic Pinus taeda. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 40(2), 224-234.
    Publication type: Article
  • Zerpa, J. L., Allen, H. L., Campbell, R. G., Phelan, J., & Duzan, H. (2010). Influence of variable organic matter retention on nutrient availability in a 10-year-old loblolly pine plantation. Forest Ecology and Management, 259(8), 1480-1489.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, J. M., Blevins, L., Allen, H. L., Albaugh, T. J., Fox, T. R., Stape, J. L., & Rubilar, R. A. (2010). Characterization of foliar macro- and micronutrient concentrations and ratios in loblolly pine plantations in the southeastern United States. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 34(2), 53-64.
    Publication type: Article
  • Jeffries, S. B., Wentworth, T. R., & Allen, H. L. (2010). Long-term effects of establishment practices on plant communities across successive rotations in a loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantation. Forest Ecology and Management, 260(9), 1548-1556.
    Publication type: Article
  • Peduzzi, A., Allen, H. L., & Wynne, R. H. (2010). Leaf area of overstory and understory in pine plantations in the flatwoods. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 34(4), 154-160.
    Publication type: Article
  • Rubilar, R. A., Allen, H. L., Alvarez, J. S., Albaugh, T. J., Fox, T. R., & Stape, J. L. (2010). Silvicultural manipulation and site effect on above and belowground biomass equations for young Pinus radiata. Biomass and Bioenergy, 34(12), 1825-1837.
    Publication type: Article
  • Liu, L. L., King, J. S., Booker, F. L., Giardina, C. P., Allen, H. L., & Hu, S. J. (2009). Enhanced litter input rather than changes in litter chemistry drive soil carbon and nitrogen cycles under elevated CO2: A microcosm study. Global Change Biology, 15(2), 441-453.
    Publication type: Article
  • Jackson, B. C., Pittillo, J. D., Allen, H. L., Wentworth, T. R., Bullock, B. P., & Loftis, D. L. (2009). Species diversity and composition in old growth and second growth rich coves of the southern Appalachian Mountains. Castanea, 74(1), 27-38.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T., Allen, H. L., Fox, T. R., Carlson, C. A., & Rubilar, R. A. (2009). Opportunities for fertilization of loblolly pine in the sandhills of the southeastern United States. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 33(3), 129-136.
    Publication type: Article
  • Carlson, C. A., Fox, T. R., Burkhart, H. E., Allen, H. L., & Albaugh, T. J. (2009). Accuracy of subsampling for height measurements in loblolly pine plots. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 33(3), 145-149.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Bergh, J., Lundmark, T., Nilsson, U., Stape, J. L., Allen, H. L., & Linder, S. (2009). Do biological expansion factors adequately estimate stand-scale aboveground component biomass for Norway spruce?. Forest Ecology and Management, 258(12), 2628-2637.
    Publication type: Article
  • Phelan, J. B., & Allen, H. L. (2008). Have repeated applications of nitrogen and phosphorus to a loblolly pine plantation changed stand productivity and soil nutrient supply?. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38(3), 637-644.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & Fox, T. R. (2008). Nutrient use and uptake in Pinus taeda. Tree Physiology, 28(7), 1083-1098.
    Publication type: Article
  • Carlson, C. A., Fox, T. R., Allen, H. L., & Albaugh, T. J. (2008). Modeling mid-rotation fertilizer responses using the age-shift approach. Forest Ecology and Management, 256(3), 256-262.
    Publication type: Article
  • Carlson, C. A., Burkhart, H. E., Allen, H. L., & Fox, T. R. (2008). Absolute and relative changes in tree growth rates and changes to the stand diameter distribution of Pinus taeda as a result of midrotation fertilizer applications. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38(7), 2063-2071.
    Publication type: Article
  • Johansson, K., Nilsson, U., & Allen, H. L. (2007). Interactions between soil scarification and Norway spruce seedling types. New Forests, 33(1), 13-27.
    Publication type: Article
  • Fox, T. R., Allen, H. L., Albaugh, T. J., Rubilar, R., & Carlson, C. A. (2007). Tree nutrition and forest fertilization of pine plantations in the southern United States. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 31(1), 5-11.
    Publication type: Article
  • Mora, C. R., Allen, H. L., Daniels, R. F., & Clark, A. (2007). Modeling corewood-outerwood transition in loblolly pine using wood specific gravity. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37(6), 999-1011.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & Fox, T. R. (2007). Historical patterns of forest fertilization in the southeastern United States from 1969 to 2004. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 31(3), 129-137.
    Publication type: Article
  • Fox, T. R., Jokela, E. J., & Allen, H. L. (2007). The development of pine plantation silviculture in the southern United States. Journal of Forestry, 105(7), 337-347.
    Publication type: Review
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & Kress, L. W. (2006). Root and stem partitioning of Pinus taeda. Trees (Berlin, Germany), 20(2), 176-185.
    Publication type: Article
  • Miller, A. T., Allen, H. L., & Maier, C. A. (2006). Quantifying the coarse-root biomass of intensively managed loblolly pine plantations. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36(1), 12-22.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., Jokela, E. J., Huber, D. A., Byram, T. D., Allen, H. L., Li, B. L., & Mullin, T. J. (2006). Performance of improved genotypes of loblolly pine across different soils, climates, and silvicultural inputs. Forest Ecology and Management, 227(1-2), 178-184.
    Publication type: Article
  • Flores, F. J., Allen, H. L., Cheshire, H. M., Davis, J. M., Fuentes, M., & Kelting, D. (2006). Using multispectral satellite imagery to estimate leaf area and response to silvicultural treatments in loblolly pine stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36(6), 1587-1596.
    Publication type: Article
  • Richter, D. D., Allen, H. L., Li, J. W., Markewitz, D., & Raikes, J. (2006). Bioavailability of slowly cycling soil phosphorus: major restructuring of soil P fractions over four decades in an aggrading forest. Oecologia (Online), 150(2), 259-271.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & Fox, T. R. (2006). Individual tree crown and stand development in Pinus taeda under different fertilization and irrigation regimes. Forest Ecology and Management, 234(1-3), 10-23.
    Publication type: Article
  • Carlson, C. A., Fox, T. R., Colbert, S. R., Kelting, D. L., Allen, H. L., & Albaugh, T. J. (2006). Growth and survival of Pinus taeda in response to surface and subsurface tillage in the southeastern United States. Forest Ecology and Management, 234(1-3), 209-217.
    Publication type: Article
  • Fox, T. R., Allen, H. L., Albaugh, T. J., Rubilar, R., & Carlson, C. A. (2006). Forest fertilization in Southern pine plantations. Better Crops With Plant Food, 90(2), 12-15.
    Publication type: Article
  • Miller, J. H., Allen, H. L., Zutter, B. R., Zedaker, S. M., & Newbold, R. A. (2006). Soil and pine foliage nutrient responses 15 years after competing-vegetation control and their correlation with growth for 13 loblolly pine plantations in the southern United States. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36(10), 2412-2425.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., Abt, R. C., Allen, H. L., Li, B. L., & Catts, G. P. (2006). What are the best loblolly pine genotypes worth to landowners?. Journal of Forestry, 104(7), 352-358.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2005). Summary of IEG-40 meeting: Silviculture and genetic impacts on productivity of southern pine forests. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 29(2), 61.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L., Fox, T. R., & Campbell, R. G. (2005). What is ahead for intensive pine plantation silviculture in the south?. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 29(2), 62-69.
    Publication type: Article
  • Rubilar, R., Allen, H. L., & Kelting, D. L. (2005). Comparison of biomass and nutrient content equations for successive rotations of loblolly pine plantations on an Upper Coastal Plain Site. Biomass and Bioenergy, 28(6), 548-564.
    Publication type: Article
  • Klepzig, K. D., Robison, D. J., Fowler, G., Minchin, P. R., Hain, F. P., & Allen, H. L. (2005). Effects of mass inoculation on induced oleoresin response in intensively managed loblolly pine. Tree Physiology, 25(6), 681-688.
    Publication type: Article
  • Choi, W. J., Chang, S. X., Allen, H. L., Kelting, D. L., & Roe, H. M. (2005). Irrigation and fertilization effects on foliar and soil carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios in a loblolly pine stand. Forest Ecology and Management, 213(03-Jan), 90-101.
    Publication type: Article
  • Johansson, K., Soderbergh, I., Nilsson, U., & Allen, H. L. (2005). Effects of scarification and mulch on establishment and growth of six different clones of Picea abies. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 20(5), 421-430.
    Publication type: Article
  • Blevins, D. P., Prescott, C. E., Allen, H. L., & Newsome, T. A. (2005). The effects of nutrition and density on growth, foliage biomass, and growth efficiency of high-density fire-origin lodgepole pine in central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 35(12), 2851-2859.
    Publication type: Article
  • Li, Q., & Allen, H. L. (2005). Effects of irrigation and fertilization on soil microbial biomass and functional diversity. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 20(4), 17-35.
    Publication type: Article
  • Gurlevik, N., Kelting, D. L., & Allen, H. L. (2004). Nitrogen mineralization following vegetation control and fertilization in a 14-year-old loblolly pine plantation. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 68(1), 272-281.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Zutter, B. R., & Quicke, H. E. (2004). Vegetation control and fertilization in midrotation Pinus taeda stands in the southeastern United States. Annals of Forest Science, 60(7).
    Publication type: Article
  • Sampson, D. A., Albaugh, T. J., Johnson, K. H., Allen, H. L., & Zarnoch, S. J. (2004). Monthly leaf area index estimates from point-in-time measurements and needle phenology for Pinus taeda (vol 33, pg 2477, 2003). Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34(3).
    Publication type: Article
  • Li, Q. C., Allen, H. L., & Wollum, A. G. (2004). Microbial biomass and bacterial functional diversity in forest soils: effects of organic matter removal, compaction, and vegetation control. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 36(4), 571-579.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Dougherty, P. M., & Johnsen, K. H. (2004). Long term growth responses of loblolly pine to optimal nutrient and water resource availability. Forest Ecology and Management, 192(1), 19-Mar.
    Publication type: Article
  • Maier, C. A., Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & Dougherty, P. M. (2004). Respiratory carbon use and carbon storage in mid-rotation loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantations: the effect of site resources on the stand carbon balance. Global Change Biology, 10(8), 1335-1350.
    Publication type: Article
  • Westfall, J. A., Burkhart, H. E., & Allen, H. L. (2004). Young stand growth modeling for intensively-managed loblolly pine plantations in southeastern US. Forest Science, 50(6), 823-835.
    Publication type: Article
  • Flores, F. J., & Allen, H. L. (2004). Efectos del clima y capacidad de almacenamiento de agua del suelo en la productividad de rodales de pino radiata en Chile: Un analisis utilizando el modelo 3-PG. Bosque, 25(3), 11-24.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Rubilar, R., Alvarez, J., & Allen, H. L. (2004). Radiata pine response to tillage fertilization and weed control in Chile. Bosque, 25(2), 5-15.
    Publication type: Article
  • Fox, T. R., Jokela, E. J., & Allen, H. L. (2004). The evolution of pine plantation silviculture in the southern United States. In H. M. Rauscher & K. Johnsen (Eds.), Southern forest science: Past, present, future. (pp. 63-82). Asheville, NC: Southern Research Station.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Schmidtling, R. C., Robison, T. L., McKeand, S. E., Rousseau, R. J., Allen, H. L, & Goldfarb, B. (2004). The role of genetics and tree improvement in southern forest productivity. In H. M. Rauscher & K. Johnsen (Eds.), Southern forest science: Past, present, future. (pp. 97-108). Asheville, NC: Southern Research Station.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • McKeand, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2004). Silviculture and genetic impacts on productivity of loblolly pine in the southern United States. In B. Li & S. McKeand (Eds.), Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding in the Age of Genomics: Progress and Future, IUFRO Joint Conference of Division 2, Conference Proceedings. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 373-374).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • McKeand, S. E., Grissom, J. E., Allen, H. L., & Bullock, B. P. (2004). Ten-year response of diverse families of loblolly pine to fertilization. In B. Li & S. McKeand (Eds.), Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding in the Age of Genomics: Progress and Future, IUFRO Joint Conference of Division 2, Conference Proceedings. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 453-455).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Nilsson, U., & Allen, H. L. (2003). Short- and long-term effects of site preparation, fertilization and vegetation control on growth and stand development of planted loblolly pine. Forest Ecology and Management, 175(1-3), 367-377.
    Publication type: Article
  • Li, Q. C., Allen, H. L., & Wilson, C. A. (2003). Nitrogen mineralization dynamics following the establishment of a loblolly pine plantation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33(2), 364-374.
    Publication type: Article
  • Sampson, D. A., Albaugh, T. J., Johnsen, K. H., Allen, H. L., & Zarnoch, S. J. (2003). Monthly leaf area index estimates from point-in-time measurements and needle phenology for Pinus taeda. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33(12), 2477-2490.
    Publication type: Article
  • Gurlevik, N., Kelting, D. L., & Allen, H. L. (2003). The effects of vegetation control and fertilization on net nutrient release from decomposing loblolly pine needles. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33(12), 2491-2502.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., Grissom, J. E., Rubilar, R., & Allen, H. L. (2003). Responsiveness of diverse families of loblolly pine to fertilization: eight-year results from SETRES-2. In Proceedings of the 27th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 30-33).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Rubilar, R., McKeand, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2003). Dominance and stand structure analysis in a GxE interaction trial. In Proceedings of the 27th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 34-37).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Ludovici, K. H., Allen, H. L., Albaugh, T. J., & Dougherty, P. M. (2002). The influence of nutrient and water availability on carbohydrate storage in loblolly pine. Forest Ecology and Management, 159(3), 261-270.
    Publication type: Article
  • King, J. S., Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Buford, M., Strain, B. R., & Dougherty, P. (2002). Below-ground carbon in put to soil is control led by nutrient availability and fine root dynamics in loblolly pine. New Phytologist, 154(2), 389-398.
    Publication type: Article
  • Nilsson, U., Albaugh, T. J., & Allen, H. L. (2002). Development of size hierarchies prior to the onset of density- dependent mortality in irrigated and fertilized loblolly pine stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 32(6), 989-996.
    Publication type: Article
  • Newton, L. P., Robison, D. J., Hansen, G., & Allen, H. L. (2002). Fertilization and thinning in a 7-year-old natural hardwood stand in Eastern North Carolina. In K. W. Outcalt, P. A. Outcalt & R. B. Tucker (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference : Knoxville, Tennessee, March 20-22, 2002. (pp. 193-195). Asheville, N.C. : USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Johnsen, K. H., Wear, D., Oren, R., Teskey, R. O., Sanchez, F., Will, R., Butnor, J., Markewitz, D., Richter, D., Rials, T., Allen, H. L., Seiler, J., Ellsworth, D., Maier, C., Katul, G., & Dougherty, P. M. (2001). Carbon sequestration and southern pine forests. Journal of Forestry, 99(4), 14-21.
    Publication type: Article
  • Landsberg, J. J., Johnsen, K. H., Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & McKeand, S. E. (2001). Applying 3-PG, a simple process-based model designed to produce practical results, to data from loblolly pine experiments. Forest Science, 47(1), 43-51.
    Publication type: Article
  • Ducey, M., & Allen, H. L. (2001). Nutrient supply and fertilization efficiency in midrotation loblolly pine plantations: A modeling analysis. Forest Science, 47(1), 96-102.
    Publication type: Article
  • Piatek, K. B., & Allen, H. L. (2001). Are forest floors in mid-rotation stands of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) a sink for nitrogen and phosphorus?. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 31(7), 1164-1174.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L. (2001). Silvicultural treatments to enhance productivity. In J. Evans (Ed.), (pp. 129-139). Oxford: Blackwell Science.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • McKeand, S. E., Allen, H. L., & Goldfarb, B. (2001). Tree improvement and intensive silviculture - productivity increases from modern plantation methods. In Proceedings of the 14th CAETS Convocation. World Forests and Technology. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 99-112).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Piatek, K. B., & Allen, H. L. (2000). Site preparation effects on foliar N and P use, retranslocation, and transfer to litter in 15-years old Pinus taeda. Forest Ecology and Management, 129(1-3), 143-152.
    Publication type: Article
  • Amateis, R. L., Liu, J., Ducey, M. J. & Allen, H. L. (2000). Modeling response to midrotation nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization in loblolly pine plantations. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 24, 207-212.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., Grissom, J. E., Handest, J. A., O'Malley, D. M., & Allen, H. L. (2000). Responsiveness of diverse provenances of loblolly pine to fertilization - age 4 results. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 10, 87-94.
    Publication type: Article
  • Moore, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2000). Vegetative composition and height growth of a 4-year old Atlantic white-cedar (Chamaecyparis Thyoides) stand under varying combinations of above- and below-ground competition. In R. K. Rose (Ed.) The natural history of the Great Dismal Swamp. Madison, WI: Omni Press.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Moore, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2000). Vegetative composition and height growth of a 4-year old Atlantic white-cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) stand under varying combinations of above- and below-ground competition. In R. K. Rose (Ed.) Proceedings of the Third Great Dismal Swamp Symposium. (Conference Proceedings, 3) (pp. 85-91). Norfolk, VA: Old Dominion University.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Edwards, P. J., Gregory, J. D., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Seasonal sulfate deposition and export patterns for a small Appalachian watershed. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 110(1-2), 137-155.
    Publication type: Article
  • Binkley, D., Burnham, H., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Water quality impacts of forest fertilization with nitrogen and phosphorus. Forest Ecology and Management, 121(3), 191-213.
    Publication type: Article
  • Warren, J. M., Allen, H. L., & Booker, F. L. (1999). Mineral nutrition, resin flow and phloem phytochemistry in loblolly pine. Tree Physiology, 19(10), 655-663.
    Publication type: Article
  • Zutter, B. R., Miller, J. H., Allen, H. L., Zedaker, S. M., Edwards, M. B., & Newbold, R. A. (1999). Fascicle nutrient and biomass responses of young loblolly pine to control of woody and herbaceous competitors. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 29(7), 917-925.
    Publication type: Article
  • King, J. S., Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., & Kress, L. W. (1999). Stand-level allometry in Pinus taeda as affected by irrigation and fertilization. Tree Physiology, 19(12), 769-778.
    Publication type: Article
  • Piatek, K. B., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Nitrogen mineralization in a pine plantation fifteen years after harvesting and site preparation. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 63(4), 990-998.
    Publication type: Article
  • Sampson, D. A., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Regional influences of soil available water-holding capacity and climate, and leaf area index on simulated loblolly pine productivity. Forest Ecology and Management, 124(1), 1-12.
    Publication type: Article
  • Svensson, J. C., McKeand, S. E., Allen, H. L., & Campbell, R. G. (1999). Genetic variation in height and volume of loblolly pine open-pollinated families during canopy closure. Silvae Genetica, 48(3-4), 204-208.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L., & Albaugh, T. J. (1999). Ecophysiological basis for plantation production: a loblolly pine case study. Bosque, 20, 3-8.
    Publication type: Article
  • Moore, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Plantation forestry (Plantation silviculture). In M. L. Hunter, Jr. (Ed.) Maintaining biodiversity in forested ecosystems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Handest, J. A., Allen, H. L., & McKeand, S. E. (1999). Genotype and nutrition effects on stand-level leaf area in loblolly pine. In Proceedings of the 25th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 70-72).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Hynynen, J., Burkhart, H. E., & Allen, H. L. (1998). Modeling tree growth in fertilized midrotation loblolly pine plantations. Forest Ecology and Management, 107(1-3), 213-229.
    Publication type: Article
  • Albaugh, T. J., Allen, H. L., Dougherty, P. M., Kress, L. W.,& King, J. S. (1998). Leaf area and above- and belowground growth responses of loblolly pine to nutrient and water additions. Forest Science, 44(2), 317-328.
    Publication type: Article
  • Markewitz, D., Richter, D. D., Allen, H. L., & Urrego, J. B. (1998). Three decades of observed soil acidification in the calhoun experimental forest: Has acid rain made a difference?. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 62(5), 1428-1439.
    Publication type: Article
  • Sampson, D. A., & Allen, H. L. (1998). Light attenuation in a 14-year-old loblolly pine stand as influenced by fertilization and irrigation. Trees (Berlin, Germany), 13(2), 80-87.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L., & Lein, S. (1998). Effects of site preparation, early fertilization, and weed control on 14-year old loblolly pine. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 51(1998), 104-110.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L, Weir, R. J., & Goldfarb, B. (1998). Investing in wood production in southern pine plantations. Paper Age, (Apr.), 20-21.
    Publication type: Article
  • Dougherty, P. M., Allen, H. L., Kress, L. W., Murthy, R., Maier, C., Albaugh, T. J., & Sampson, D. A. (1998). An investigation of the impacts of elevated CO2, irrigation, and fertilization on the physiology and growth of loblolly pine. In R. A. Mickler & S. Fox (Eds.), The productivity and sustainability of Southern forest ecosystems in a changing environment. (Ecological studies; 128). (pp. 149-168). New York: Springer.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Sampson, D. A., Dougherty, P. M., & Allen, H. L. (1998). An index for assessing climate change and elevated carbon dioxide effects on loblolly pine productivity. In R. A. Mickler & S. Fox (Eds.), The productivity and sustainability of Southern forest ecosystems in a changing environment. (Ecological studies; 128). (pp. 367-389). New York: Springer.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • King, J. S., Allen, Howard Lee, Dougherty, P., & Strain, B. R. (1997). Decomposition of roots in loblolly pine: Effects of nutrient and water availability and root size class on mass loss and nutrient dynamics. Plant and Soil, 195(1), 171-184.
    Publication type: Article
  • Zhang, S. S., Allen, Howard L., & Dougherty, P. M. (1997). Shoot and foliage growth phenology of loblolly pine trees as affected by nitrogen fertilization. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 27(9), 1420-1426.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., Crook, R. P., & Allen, H. L. (1997). Genotypic stability effects on predicted family responses to silvicultural treatments in loblolly pine. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 21(2), 84-89.
    Publication type: Article
  • McKeand, S. E., Grissom, J. E., O'Malley, D. M., & Allen, H. L. (1997). Early growth response of diverse families of loblolly pine to nutrient amendments on a poor site. In Proceedings of the 24th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 267-274).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Allen, H. L., & Wentworth, T. R. (1993). Vegetation control and site preparation affect patterns of shoot elongation for 3-year-old loblolly pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 23(10), 2110.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L., Morris, L. A., & Wentworth, T. R. (1991). Productivity comparisons between successive loblolly pine rotations in the North Carolina Piedmont. FRI Bulletin, (161), 125.
    Publication type: Article
  • Li, B., Allen, H. L., & McKeand, S. E. (1991). Nitrogen and family effects on biomass allocation of loblolly pine seedlings. Forest Science, 37(1), 271-283.
    Publication type: Article
  • Li, B., McKeand, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (1991). Seedling shoot growth of loblolly pine families under two nitrogen levels as related to 12-year height. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 21, 842-847.
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, H. L., Dougherty, P. M., & Campbell, R. G. (1990). Manipulation of water and nutrients -- practice and opportunity in southern U.S. pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 30(1-4), 437.
    Publication type: Article
  • Li, B., McKeand, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (1989). Early selection of loblolly pine families based on seedling shoot elongation characters. In Proceedings of the 20th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 228-234).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • McKeand, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (1984). Nutritional and root development factors affecting growth of tissue culture plantlets of loblolly pine. Physiologia Plantarum, 61, 523-528.
    Publication type: Article