Michael Messina

Department Head and Professor of Ecosystem Science and Management

Michael Messina

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Soil Phosphorus Pinus Taeda Molybdenum Pinus Method Sustainable Forestry Landsat Forest Cover Methodology Forest Floor Forest Litter Plantations Plantation Stand Structure Vegetation Carbon Hardwood Forests Habitat Reflectance Soil Carbon Phosphate Coniferous Forests Iron Oxide Soil Property

Most Recent Papers

Determination of phosphate in selective extractions for soil iron oxides by the molybdenum blue method in an automated continuance flow injection system

Amir Hass, Richard H. Loeppert, Michael Gerard Messina, Timothy D. Rogers, 2011, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis on p. 1619-1635

Soil carbon after midrotation phosphorus fertilization of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) stands in East Texas

Amir Hass, Michael G. Messina, Timothy D. Rogers, 2010, Soil Science on p. 382-389

Soil properties in 35 y old pine and hardwood plantations after conversion from mixed pine-hardwood forest

D. Andrew Scott, Michael Gerard Messina, 2010, American Midland Naturalist on p. 197-211

Comparative analyses of East Texas forest cover maps generated from Landsat and AVHRR data

Ramesh Sivanpillai, X. Ben Wu, R. Srinivasan, Charles T. Smith, Michael Gerard Messina, 2008, GeoJournal on p. 211-220

Estimating regional forest cover in East Texas using Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) data

Ramesh Sivanpillai, R. Srinivasan, Charles T. Smith, Michael Gerard Messina, X. Ben Wu, 2007, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation on p. 41-49

Issues related to wetland delineation of a texas, usa bottomland hardwood forest

Janet C. Dewey, Stephen H. Schoenholtz, James P. Shepard, Michael G. Messina, 2006, Wetlands on p. 410-429

Effects of the sustainable forestry initiative on the quality, abundance, and configuration of wildlife habitats

João C. Azevedo, X. Ben Wu, Michael G. Messina, Richard F. Fisher, 2006, Journal of Sustainable Forestry on p. 37-65

Intensive forest management affects loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) growth and survival on poorly drained sites in southern Arkansas

Mohd S. Rahman, M. G. Messina, R. F. Fisher, 2006, Southern Journal of Applied Forestry on p. 79-85

Estimation of managed loblolly pine stand age and density with Landsat ETM+ data

Ramesh Sivanpillai, Charles T. Smith, R. Srinivasan, Michael Gerard Messina, X. Ben Wu, 2006, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 247-254

Estimating regional forest cover in East Texas using Enhanced Thematic Mapper (ETM+) data

Ramesh Sivanpillai, Charles T. Smith, R. Srinivasan, Michael Gerard Messina, X. Ben Wu, 2005, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 342-352

Most-Cited Papers

Soil properties in 35 y old pine and hardwood plantations after conversion from mixed pine-hardwood forest

D. Andrew Scott, Michael Gerard Messina, 2010, American Midland Naturalist on p. 197-211

Soil carbon after midrotation phosphorus fertilization of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) stands in East Texas

Amir Hass, Michael G. Messina, Timothy D. Rogers, 2010, Soil Science on p. 382-389

Determination of phosphate in selective extractions for soil iron oxides by the molybdenum blue method in an automated continuance flow injection system

Amir Hass, Richard H. Loeppert, Michael Gerard Messina, Timothy D. Rogers, 2011, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis on p. 1619-1635