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Publications and references

Alvarez-Alvarez, P. 2004. Viveiros forestales y uso de planta en repoblación en Galicia [Forest nurseries and plant use in afforestations in Galicia]. Doctoral thesis (electronic publication), Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, pp. 261. [in Spanish]

Barnhill-Dilling, S.K. and Delborne, J.A. 2019. The genetically engineered American chestnut tree as opportunity for reciprocal restoration in Haudenosaunee communities. Biological Conservation 232: 1-7.

Beccaro, G., Alma, A., Bounous, G. and Gomes-Laranjo, J. eds., 2019. The Chestnut Handbook: Crop & Forest Management. CRC Press.

Clark, S.L., Schlarbaum, S.E., Crane, B., Pinchot, C.C.., Schaberg, P.G., and Thomas-Van Gundy, M. 2020. Restoration of the American chestnut will require more than a blight-resistant tree. In: Pile, L.S. and others (ed.), Proceedings of the National Silviculture Workshop. e-Gen. Tech. Rep., NRS-193, Newtown Square, PA: USDA For. Serv. North. Res. Sta: 38-40.

Clark, S.L., Schlarbaum, S.E., and Clark, J.D. 2019. Could restoration of the American chestnut remodel our wildlife landscape?  The Wildlife Professional 13(4): 52-56.

Clark, S.L., Schlarbaum, S.E., Pinchot, C.C., Anagnostakis, S.L., Saunders, M.R., Thomas-Van Gundy, M., and Berrang, P.C. 2014. Reintroduction of American chestnut in the national forest system. Journal of Forestry 112(5): 502-512.

Conedera, M., Manetti, M. C., Giudici, F., and Amorini, E., 2004. Distribution and economic potential of the Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) in Europe. Ecologia Mediterranea, 30(2), 179–193. doi: 10.3406/ecmed.2004.1458

Dazio, E., Conedera, M., and Schwarz, M. 2018. Impact of different chestnut coppice managements on root reinforcement and shallow landslide susceptibility. Forest Ecology and Management 417: 63-76.

Griffin, G.J. and Elkins, J.R. 1986. Chestnut blight. In: Roane, M.K., Griffin, G.J., and Elkins, J.R. (Ed.), Chestnut blight, other Endothia diseases, and the Genus Endothia. St. Paul, Minnesota: The American Phytopathological Society: 1-26.

Jacobs, D.F. 2007. Toward development of silvical strategies for forest restoration of American chestnut (Castanea dentata) using blight-resistant hybrids. Biological Conservation 137: 497-506.

Lutts, R.H. 2004. Like Manna From God: The American Chestnut Trade in Southwestern Virginia. Environmental History 9(3): 497-525.

Marcolin, E., Manetti, M. C., Pelleri, F., Conedera, M., Pezzatti, G. B., Lingua, E., and Pividori, M. 2020. Seed regeneration of sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Miller) under different coppicing approaches. Forest Ecology and Management, 472, 118273. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118273

Manetti M.C., Becagli C., Pelleri F., Pezzatti G.B., Pividori M. Conedera M., Marcolin E. 2018. Assessing seed regeneration in chestnut coppices: a methodological approach. Annals of Silvicultural Research, 42 (2): 85-94.

Manetti M.C., Amorini E., Becagli C. 2006. New silvicultural models to improve functionality of chestnut stands. Advances in Horticultural Science, 20 (1): 65-69.

Patrício, M.S. and Nunes, L. 2017. Density management diagrams for sweet chestnut high-forest stands in Portugal. iForest 10: 865-870. – DOI 10.3832/ifor2411-010

Patrício, M.S., Nunes, L. and Monteiro, M.L. 2019. Does the application of silvicultural management models drive the growth and stem quality of sweet chestnut coppices towards sustainability? New Forests (2020) 51:615–630. DOI 10.1007/s11056-019-09748-3

Seiwa, K., Watanabe, A., Saitoh, T., Kannu, H., and Akasaka, S. 2002. Effects of burying depth and seed size on seedling establishment of Japanese chestnuts, Castanea dentata. Forest Ecology and Management 164: 149-156.

Stanturf, J.A., Palik, B.J., Williams, M.I., Dumroese, R.K., and Madsen, P. 2014. Forest restoration paradigms. Journal of sustainable forestry 33(sup1): S161-S194.

Wang, G.G., Knapp, B.O., Clark, S.L., and Mudder, B.T. 2013. The Silvics of Castanea dentata (Marsh.) Borkh., American Chestnut, Fagaceae (Beech Family). Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-173, Asheville, NC: USDA For. Serv. South. Res. Sta.

Waring, K.M. and O'Hara, K.L. 2005. Silvicultural strategies in forest ecosystems affected by introduced pests. Forest Ecology and Management 209: 27-41.

Ziegler, E.A. 1920. Problems arising from the loss of our chestnut. Forest Leaves 17: 152-155.