Collection and non-collection of visitor information: a study of Ohio interpretive organizations
Maynard, Michael K. (1979)
Interpretation is a communication process which has educational, informational, and recreational aspects. As a communication process, it depends for its existence upon its lifeblood, an audience. For organizations providing ...
Validation of Jabowa: a northeast forest simulator
Arnold, Sally (1975)
JABOWA, a northeast forest growth simulator, is a computer program model designed for use on and with data from the Hubbard-Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire. In essence, the program predicts natural succession ...
Report on the effect of upland game management on populations of breeding birds in Northwestern Ohio
Arndt, Randall Scott (1975)
An investigation was undertaken to determine whether or not upland game management increases populations of non-game species of birds. The Resthaven Wildlife Area near Castalia, Ohio, was chosen as the experimental area. ...
Environmental factors related to basking in the midland painted turtle, Chrysemys picta marginata (Agassiz)
O'Meara, John (1978)
The time of the day, the radian temperature, and the sky condition are the three most important individual factors relative to the basking behavior of painted turtles. Painted turtles bask more in the late morning than ...
Determination of the maximum level of integrated logging on the Mead Corporation forest
Whittingham, David Paul (1970)
Use of atrazine in conifer plantations: final report on a one year field study
Seymour, Robert (1974)
Atrazine (2-chloro-4, ethyl amino-6 isopropyl-amino-1,3,5 s-triazine) was studied over a one year period to determine its effectiveness in conifer plantation applications. On two sites having different soil textures, five ...
A study of post-fire regeneration at the Ohio State University Barnebey Center
Wegert, William (1976)
Comparison of two methods of trail sign interpretation Blacklick Woods Metropolitan Park
Dillon, Pamela Sue (1976)