Her Pharmacy course of study focuses on Family medicine and Medical care. In most of her Medical care studies, her work intersects topics such as Family medicine. The Cancer portion of her research involves studies in Endometrial cancer and Breast cancer. Mary A. Arthur performs integrative study on Breast cancer and Cancer. Mary A. Arthur links relevant scientific disciplines such as Prescribed burn, Oak forest and Quercus robur in the realm of Forestry. She integrates many fields, such as Prescribed burn and Understory, in her works. Mary A. Arthur frequently studies issues relating to Forestry and Oak forest. Mary A. Arthur frequently studies issues relating to Epidemiology and Internal medicine. Epidemiology is frequently linked to Internal medicine in her study.
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Forest Ecosystem Responses to Exotic Pests and Pathogens in Eastern North America
Gary M. Lovett;Charles D. Canham;Mary A. Arthur;Kathleen C. Weathers.
Nitrogen cycling in a northern hardwood forest: Do species matter?
Gary M. Lovett;Kathleen C. Weathers;Mary A. Arthur;Jack C. Schultz.
Control of Nitrogen Loss from Forested Watersheds by Soil Carbon:Nitrogen Ratio and Tree Species Composition
Gary M. Lovett;Kathleen C. Weathers;Mary A. Arthur.
SINGLE AND REPEATED FIRES AFFECT SURVIVAL AND REGENERATION OF WOODY AND HERBACEOUS SPECIES IN AN OAK-PINE FOREST
M. A. Arthur;R. D. Paratley;B. A. Blankenship.
Journal of The Torrey Botanical Society (1998)
Challenges of measuring forest floor organic matter dynamics:: Repeated measures from a chronosequence
Ruth D Yanai;Mary A Arthur;Thomas G Siccama;C.Anthony Federer.
Forest Ecology and Management (2000)
Effects of tree species and N additions on forest floor microbial communities and extracellular enzyme activities.
Matthew P. Weand;Mary A. Arthur;Gary M. Lovett;Rebecca L. McCulley.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2010)
Do Nutrient Limitation Patterns Shift from Nitrogen Toward Phosphorus with Increasing Nitrogen Deposition Across the Northeastern United States
K. F. Crowley;B. E. McNeil;G. M. Lovett;C. D. Canham.
Refining the oak-fire hypothesis for management of oak-dominated forests of the eastern United States
Mary A. Arthur;Heather D. Alexander;Daniel C. Dey;Callie J. Schweitzer.
Journal of Forestry (2012)
Plant and soil natural abundance δ 15N: indicators of relative rates of nitrogen cycling in temperate forest ecosystems
Pamela H. Templer;Mary A. Arthur;Gary M. Lovett;Kathleen C. Weathers.
Mass and nutrient content of decaying boles in an Engelmann spruce-subalpine fir forest, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
Mary A. Arthur;Timothy J. Fahey.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1990)
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