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Classification and mapping of geomorphology in the Peters Mountain, Laurel Fork, and Upper Piney River areas, George Washington National Forest.. 1996.
Classification of vegetation communities of Maryland: first iteration. A subset of the International Classification of Ecological Communities: Terrestrial Vegetation of the United States, NatureServe. Harrison, J.W., compiler.. 2004.
Shrubland tidal wetland communities of Maryland's Eastern Shore: identification, assessment and monitoring. .. 2003.
Excavations in an ancient soapstone quarry in the District of Columbia. American Anthropologist. III(4):321-330. 1890.
A quarry workshop of the flaked stone implement makers in the District of Columbia. American Anthropologist. III(1):1-26. 1890.
The role of blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata L.) in the postglacial dispersal of fagaceous trees in eastern North America. Journal of Biogeography. 16(6). 1989.
An analysis of the vegetation of Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C. Department of Botany.. 1969.
A synonymized checklist and atlas with biological attributes for the vascular flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland. First edition. In: J.T. Kartesz and C.A. Meacham. Synthesis of the North American Flora, Version 1.0.. 1999.
Distribution of major forest species in southeastern Pennsylvania. Ecological Monographs. 43:303-327. 1973.
Draft vegetation types in National Capital Region Parks. Edited by S.C. Gawler and J. Teague. Working draft for review by NatureServe, Virginia Natural Heritage, West Virginia Natural Heritage, Maryland Natural Heritage, and National Park Service.. 2004.
Ecological communities of U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Natural Heritage Technical Report 00 08.. 2000.
Oaks and acorns as a foundation for ecosystem management. Pages 1-9 in Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife (W.J. McShea and W.M. Healy, editors).. 2002.
Distribution and abundance of oaks in North America. Pages 13-33 in Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife (W.J. McShea and W.M. Healy, editors) . Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife . :Pages13-33.. 2002.