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Cao, Q. V.  2015.  Linking individual-tree and whole-stand models for forest growth and yield prediction.  For. Ecosys. 2:xxx.

Cao, Q. V., and J. Wang.  2014.  Evaluation of methods for calibrating a tree taper equation.  For. Sci. 60:xxx-xxx.  (pdf)

Zhang, X.,  A. Duan, L. Dong, Q. V. Cao, and J. Zhang.  2014.  The application of Bayesian model averaging in compatibility of stand basal area for even-aged plantations in southern China.  For. Sci. 60:645-651.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and D. W. Coble.  2014.  Deriving a diameter distribution from stand table data.  For. Sci. 60:628-635.  (pdf)

Bohora, S. B., and Q. V. Cao,.  2014.  Prediction of tree diameter growth using quantile regression and mixed-effects models.  For. Ecol. Mgt. 319:62-66.  (pdf)

Dean, T. J., M. Jerez, and Q. V. Cao.  2013.  A simple stand growth model based on canopy dynamics and biomechanics.  For. Sci. 59:335-344.  (pdf)

Poudel, K., and Q. V. Cao.  2013.  Evaluation of methods to predict Weibull parameters for characterizing diameter distributions.  For. Sci. 59:243-252.  (pdf)

Coble, D. W., Q. V. Cao, and L. Jordan.  2012.  An annual tree survival and diameter growth model for loblolly and slash pine plantations in east Texas.  South. J. Appl. For. 36:79-84.  (pdf)

Zhang, X.,  Y. Lei, Q. V. Cao, X. Chen, and X. Liu.  2011.  Improving tree survival prediction with forecast combination and disaggregation.  Can. J. For. Res. 41:1928-1935.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and J. Wang.  2011.  Calibrating fixed- and mixed-effects taper equations.  For. Ecol. Mgt. 262:671-673.  (pdf)

Allen II, M. G., D. W. Coble, Q. V. Cao, J. Yeiser, and I. Hung.  2011.  A modified stand table projection growth model for unmanaged loblolly and slash pine plantations in east Texas.  South. J. Appl. For. 35:115-122.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and T. J. Dean.  2011.  Modeling crown structure from LiDAR data with statistical distributions.  For. Sci. 57:359-364.  (pdf)

 Zhang, X.,  Y. Lei, and Q. V. Cao.  2010.  Compatibility of stand basal area predictions based on forecast combination.  For. Sci. 56:552-557.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., F. Yao, and Q. Wu.  2010.  Effects of sample size on characterization of wood-strand length distribution.  Wood and Fiber Sci. 42:46-50.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  2009.  Calibrating a segmented taper equation with two diameter measurements.  South. J. Appl. For. 33:58-61.  (pdf)

Strub, M. R., C. J. Cieszewski, and Q. V. Cao.  2009.  2007 Southern Mensurationists Conference.  South. J. Appl. For. 33:52.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., P. Tian,, and Q. Wu.  2009.  Modeling diameter distributions of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-methacrylic acid) nanoparticles.  J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 111:2584.2589.  (pdf)

Dean, T. J., Q. V. Cao, S. D. Roberts, D. L. Evans.  2009.  Modeling crown structure from airborne laser scanner data.  For. Ecol. Mgt. 257:126-133.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and M. R. Strub.  2008.  Simultaneous estimation of parameters of an annual tree survival and diameter growth model.  For. Sci. 54:617-624.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and T. J. Dean.  2008.  Using segmented regression to model the density-size relationship in direct-seeded slash pine stand. For. Ecol. Mgt. 255:948-952.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and Q. Wu.  2007.  Characterizing wood fiber and particle length with a mixture distribution and a segmented distribution.  Holzforschung 61:124-130.  (pdf)

Qin, J., Q. V. Cao, and D. C. Blouin.  2007.  Projection of a diameter distribution through time.  Can. J. For. Res. 37:188-194.  (pdf)

Lu, J. Z., C. J. Monlezun, Q. Wu, and Q. V. Cao.  2007.  Fitting Weibull and lognormal distributions to wood fiber length.  Wood and Fiber Sci. 39:82-94.  (pdf)

 Cao, Q. V.  2007.  Incorporating whole-stand and individual-tree models in a stand-table projection system.  For. Sci. 53:45-49.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  2006.  Predictions of individual-tree and whole-stand attributes for loblolly pine plantations.  For. Ecol. Mgt. 236:342-347.  (pdf)

Nord-Larsen, T., and Q. V. Cao.  2006.  A diameter distribution model for even-aged beech in Denmark.  For. Ecol. Mgt. 231:218-225. (pdf)

Qin, J., and Q. V. Cao.  2006.  Using disaggregation to link individual-tree and whole-stand growth models.  Can. J. For. Res. 36:953-960.  (pdf)

Jerez, M., T. J. Dean, Q. V. Cao, and S. D. Roberts.  2005.  Describing leaf area distribution in loblolly pine plantations with the Johnsonís SB function.  For. Sci. 51:93-101.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  2004.  Predicting parameters of a Weibull function for modeling diameter distribution.  For. Sci. 50:682-685.  (pdf)

Dean, T. J., and Q. V. Cao.  2003.  Inherent correlations between stand biomass variables calculated from tree measurements.  For. Sci. 49:279-284.  (pdf)

Ochi, N., and Q. V. Cao.  2003.  A comparison of compatible and annual growth models.  For. Sci. 49:285-290.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., S. Li, and M. E. McDill.  2002.  Developing a system of annual tree growth equations for the loblolly pine-shortleaf pine type in Louisiana.  Can. J. For. Res. 32:2051-2059.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., T. J. Dean, and V. C. Baldwin, Jr.  2000.  Modeling the size-density relationship in direct-seeded slash pine stands.  For. Sci. 46:317-321.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  2000.  Prediction of annual diameter growth and survival for individual trees from periodic measurements.  For. Sci. 46:127-131.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and V. C. Baldwin, Jr.  1999.  A new algorithm for stand table projection models.  For. Sci. 45:506-511.  (pdf)

Shi, K., and Q. V. Cao.  1997.  Leaf area growth and foliage efficiency of loblolly pine plantations.  For. Ecol. Mgt. 95:109-115.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., V. C. Baldwin, Jr., and R. E. Lohrey.  1997.  Site index curves for direct-seeded loblolly and longleaf pines in Louisiana.  South. J. Appl. For. 21:134-138.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  1997.  A method to distribute mortality in diameter distribution models.  For. Sci. 43:435-442.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  1994.  A tree survival equation and diameter growth model for loblolly pine based on the self-thinning rule.  J. Appl. Ecology:31:693-698.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V.  1993.  Estimating coefficients of base-age invariant site index equations.  Can. J. For. Res. 23:2343-2347.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and K. M. Durand.  1991.  Site index curves for eastern cottonwood plantations in the lower Mississippi Delta.  South. J. Appl. For. 15:28-30.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and K. M. Durand.  1991.  A growth and yield model for improved eastern cottonwood plantations in the lower Mississippi Delta.  South. J. Appl. For. 15:213-216.  (pdf)

Hawkins, K. E., J. E. Hotvedt, Q. V. Cao, and B. D. Jackson.  1988.  Using the Weibull distribution to model harvesting machine productivity.  For. Prod. J. 38:59-65.

Parresol, B. R., J. E. Hotvedt, and Q. V. Cao.  1987.  A volume and taper prediction system for baldcypress.  Can. J. For. Res. 17:250-259.  (pdf)

Valenti, M. A., and Q. V. Cao.  1986.  Use of crown ratio to improve loblolly pine taper equations.  Can. J. For. Res. 16:1141-1145.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and W. D. Pepper.  1986.  Predicting inside bark diameter for shortleaf, loblolly, and longleaf pines.  South. J. Appl. For. 10:220-224.

Valenti, M. A., and Q. V. Cao.  1986.  A comparison of the effects of one-step and two-step pruning on loblolly pine stem form.  South. J. Appl. For. 10:251-253.  (pdf)

Brewer, J. A., P. Y. Burns, and Q. V. Cao.  1985.  Short-term projection accuracy of five asymptotic height-age curves for loblolly pine.  For. Sci. 31:414-418.

Hotvedt, J. E., Q. V. Cao, and B. R. Parresol.  1985.  Tree-volume and stem-profile functions for baldcypress.  South. J. Appl. For. 9:227-232.

Cao, Q. V., and H. E. Burkhart.  1984.  A segmented distribution approach for modeling diameter frequency data.  For. Sci. 30:129-137.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., H. E. Burkhart, and T. A. Max.  1980.  Evaluation of two methods for cubic-volume prediction of loblolly pine to any merchantable limit.  For. Sci. 26:71-80.  (pdf)

Cao, Q. V., and H. E. Burkhart.  1980.  Cubic-foot volume of loblolly pine to any height limit.  South. J. Appl. For. 4:166-168.  (pdf)