Organization profile

Organization profile

The 3400 acre Cloquet Forestry Center is the Universitys' primary research and education forest. The Center Provides opportunity for forest/field based course work, interdisciplinary Long-term and controlled studies that benefit Minnesota`s 17 million acres of commercial forest land. The Center`s research is designed to improve the management and utilization of Minnesota`s timber, recreation, wildlife, soil, and water resources on forested lands.


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blister rust Agriculture & Biology
Pinus strobus Agriculture & Biology
seed orchards Agriculture & Biology
Pinus resinosa Agriculture & Biology
ephemeral pool Earth & Environmental Sciences
seedlings Agriculture & Biology
fire history Earth & Environmental Sciences
Larix decidua Agriculture & Biology

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Andrew J David

Person: Faculty, Executive, Administrative, and Managerial

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Kyle G Gill

Person: Research Support

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Lane B Johnson

Person: Researcher


Projects 2004 2020

Research Output 1958 2019

Assessing and modeling total height and diameter increment of ponderosa pine planted in Minnesota, USA

Russell, M. B., Windmuller-Campione, M. A., Anderson, B. D. & David, A. J., Jan 1 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : New Forests.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Pinus ponderosa
native species
indigenous species
provenance trial

Improving the resistance of eastern white pine to white pine blister rust disease

Pike, C. C., Berrang, P., Rogers, S., David, A. J., Sweeney, C. & Hendrickson, J. A., Sep 1 2018, In : Forest Ecology and Management. 423, p. 114-119 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

blister rust
rust diseases
Pinus strobus
rust disease
5 Citations (Scopus)

Historical drivers of a frequent fire regime in the red pine forests of Voyageurs National Park, MN, USA

Kipfmueller, K. F., Schneider, E. A., Weyenberg, S. A. & Johnson, L. B., Dec 1 2017, In : Forest Ecology and Management. 405, p. 31-43 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

fire regime
coniferous forests
national parks
national park