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Publications and references

Proceedings / Abstracts

  • Mixed species forests: Risks, Resilience and Management; Lund, Sweden; 25-27 March 2020. Units involved: 1.01.06, 1.01.10, 1.09.00, 7.03.00, 8.02.01. (cancelled due To COVID-19 Outbreak).  Book of Abstracts (3 MB, PDF)   
  • 3rd Restoring Forests: Regeneration and Ecosystem Function for the Future; Lund, Sweden; 12-14 September 2017. Units involved: IUFRO Task force – Forest Adaptation and Restoration under Global Change, 1.01.00, 1.01.06; 1.06.00, 2.01.15. Book of Abstracts (11.7 MB, PDF)   

Publications in Physiology/Biology

  • Jensen A M, Löf M, Gardiner E S. 2011. Effects of above- and below-ground competition from shrubs on photosynthesis, transpiration and growth in Quercus robur L. Environ Exp Bot 71: 367–375
  • Parker, W.C., and D.C. Dey. 2008. Influence of overstory density on ecophysiology of red oak (Quercus rubra) and sugar maple (Acer saccharum) seedlings in central Ontario shelterwoods. Tree Physiology 28: 797– 804.
  • Gardiner, E.S. and J.L. Yeiser. 2006. Underplanting cherrybark oak (Quercus pagoda Raf.) seedlings on a bottomland site in the southern United States. New Forests 32: 105-119.
  • Gardiner E.S., C.J. Schweitzer, and J.A. Stanturf. 2001. Photosynthesis of Nuttall oak (Quercus nuttallii Palm.) seedlings interplanted beneath an eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides Bart. ex Marsh.) nurse crop. Forest Ecology and Management 149: 283–294.
  • Gardiner E.S., and J.D. Hodges. 1998. Growth and biomass distribution of cherrybark oak (Quercus pagoda Raf.) seedlings as influenced by light availability. Forest Ecology and Management 108: 127–131.

Publications in Ecology

  • Dey, D.C., and J.M. Kabrick. 2016. Restoration of Midwestern oak woodlands and savannas. Chapter 20. P. 401-428 in Stanturf, J.A. (editor) Restoration of boreal and temperate forests. Second Edition. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Annighöfer P, Beckschäfer P, Ammer C. 2015. Regeneration Patterns of European Oak Species (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl., Quercus robur L.) in Dependence of Environment and Neighborhood. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0134935
  • Leonardsson J, Löf M, Götmark F. 2015. Exclosures can favour natural regeneration of oak after conservation-oriented thinning in mixed forests in Sweden: A 10-year study. For Ecol Manage 354: 1–9
  • Saha, S., Kühne, C., Bauhus, J. (2014) Growth and stem quality of oaks (Quercus robur and Q. petraea) established in cluster plantings respond differently to intra- and interspecific neighborhood competition. Annals of Forest Science, 71, 381–393.
  • Saha, S., Kuehne, C., Bauhus, J. (2013): Tree Species Richness and Stand Productivity in Low-Density Cluster Plantings with Oaks (Quercus robur L. and Q. petraea (Mattuschka) Liebl.). Forests, 4 (3), 650-665.
  • Campos, P., Huntsinger, L.,  Oviedo, J.L., Starrs, P.F., Diaz,M., Richard B Standiford, R.B., Montero, G., 2013. Mediterranean Oak Woodland Working Landscapes: Dehesas of Spain and Ranchlands of California. Campos, P., Huntsinger, L.,  Oviedo, J.L., Starrs, P.F., Diaz,M., Richard B Standiford, R.B., Montero, G. (Eds). Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 9400767072, 9789400767072. 508pp.
  • Arthur, M.A., H.D. Alexander, D.C. Dey, C.J. Schweitzer, and D.L. Loftis. 2012. Refining the oak-fire hypothesis for management of oak-dominated forests of the eastern United States. Journal of Forestry 110(5): 257–266.
  • Aronson, J. , J. S. Pereira, J. G. Pausas 2009. Cork Oak Woodlands on the Edge. Ecology, Adaptive Management, and Restoration. J. Aronson, J. S. Pereira, and J. G. Pausas (Eds.). Society for Ecological Restoration International. Island Press. 352pp. Available online
  • Brose, P.H. 2008. Root development of acorn-origin oak seedlings in shelterwood stands on the Appalachian Plateau of northern Pennsylvania: 4-year results. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 3374-3381.
  • Brose, P.H., D.C. Dey, and T.A. Waldrop. 2014. The Fire–Oak Literature of Eastern North America: Synthesis and Guidelines. General Technical Report NRS 135. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 98 p.

Publications in Silviculture

  • del Rio, M., M. Löf, A. Bravo-Oviedo & H. Jactel (eds.) 2021: Mixed species forests. Risks, resilience and management. Forest Ecology and Management Special Issue, 24 peer-reviewed articles available online at
  • Löf M, Brunet J, Filyushkina A, Lindbladh M, Skovsgaard JP & Felton A. 2016. Management of oak forests: Striking a balance between timber production, biodiversity and cultural services. Int J Biodivers Sci Ecosyst Serv Manag DOI:10.1080/21513732.2015.1120780
  • Dey, D.C. 2014. Sustaining Oak forests in eastern North America: regeneration and recruitment, the pillars of sustainability. Forest Science 60(5): 926-942.
  • Saha, S (2012). Development of tree quality, productivity and diversity in oak (Quercus robur and Quercus petraea) stands established by cluster plantings. PhD Dissertation. Institute of Silviculture, Faculty of Forest and Environmental Science. Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg, Freiburg i. Br., Germany (DOI: 10.13140/2.1.4571.4727) (
  • Saha, S., Kuehne, C., Kohnle, U., Brang, P., Ehring, A., Geisl, J,. Leder, B., Muth, M., Petersen, R., Peter, J., Ruhm, W., Bauhus, J. (2012): Growth and quality of young oaks (Quercus robur and Quercus petraea) grown in cluster plantings in central Europe: A weighted meta-analysis. Forest Ecology and Management, 283, 106-118.
  • Pereira, H. 2011. Cork: Biology, Production and Uses. Elsevier. ISBN 0080476864, 9780080476865. 346 pp.
  • Johnson, P.S., S.R. Shifley, and R. Rogers. 2009. The ecology and silviculture of oaks, 2nd ed. CABI Publishing, New York. 580 p.
  • Dey D.C., D. Jacobs, K. McNabb, G. Miller, V. Baldwin, and G. Foster. 2008. Artificial regeneration of major oak (Quercus) species in the eastern United States—a review of the literature. For. Sci. 54(1):77–106.
  • Dey, D.C., E.S. Gardiner, C.J. Schweitzer, J.M. Kabrick, and D.F. Jacobs. 2012. Underplanting to sustain future stocking of oak (Quercus) in temperate deciduous forests. New Forests 43:955-978.
  • Brose, P.H., D.C. Dey, R.J. Phillips, and T.A. Waldrop. 2013. A meta-analysis of the fire-oak hypothesis: Does prescribed burning promote oak reproduction in eastern North America? Forest Science 59(3): 322–334.
  • Brose, P.H., K.W. Gottschalk, S.B. Horsley, P.D. Knopp, J.N. Kochenderfer, B.J. McGuiness, G.W. Miller, et al. 2008. Prescribing regeneration treatments for mixed-oak forests in the Mid-Atlantic region. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report NRS-33, Northern Research Station, Newtown Road, PA. 100 p.
  • Dey, D.C., and G. Hartman. 2005. Returning fire to Ozark Highland forest ecosystems: Effects on advance regeneration. For. Ecol. and Manage. 217: 37-53.
  • Fonseca, T.F., B.R. Parresol, 2001. A new model for cork weight estimation in Northern Portugal. Forest Ecology and Management, 152(1-3):131-139.

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  • Jensen, J.S., Olrik, D.C., Roulund, H. , Lowe, A. 2003. Population genetics and spatial autocorrelation in an unmanaged stand of Quercus petraea in Denmark. Scand. Jour. For. Res. 2003.

  • Jensen, J.S., Gillies, A., Csaikl, U., Munro, R. Madsen, S.F., Roulund, H., Lowe, A. 2002. Chloroplast DNA variation in Scandinavia. Forest Ecology and Management. 156: 167-180.

  • Jensen, J. S. 2000. Provenance Variation in Phenotypic traits in Quercus robur and Quercus petraea in Danish Provenance Trials. Scan. Jour. Forest Res. p. 297-308.
  • Jensen, J.S., Wellendorf, H., Jager. K., De Vries, S.M.G. and Jensen, V. 1997. Analysis of a 17-year old Dutch open-pollinated progeny trial with Quercus robur (L.).

  • Johnson, P.S., Shifley, S.R., Rogers, R. (2002). The ecology and silviculture of oaks. CABI Publishing, Wallingford and New York, 503 p.

  • Joyce, P.M., Huss, J., McCarthy, R., Pfeifer, A., Hendrick, E. (1998) Growing broadleaves. Silvicultural guidelines for ash, sycamore, wild cherry, beech and oak in Ireland. COFORD, Dublin, 144 p.