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Thomas E. Hancock
Hancock, T.E. and W.K. Smith. Dynamics and processes of barrier island dune vegetation in the southeastern United States: life in a transient environment at the land-sea interface
Amico, P.J., T.E. Hancock and D.R. Hall. Thirteen years of deer management on a southeastern North Carolina barrier island: census, lethal and non-lethal control
Walsh, R.F., T.E. Hancock and P.J. Amico. Effects of beach nourishment on fish and invertebrate communities at Bald Head Island, North Carolina
Amico, P.J. and T.E. Hancock. Assessing changes in dune structure on a southeastern North Carolina barrier island
McCall, C., P.J. Amico and T.E. Hancock. Bald Head Island beach nourishment
Hancock, T.E. and P.J. Amico. Future trajectories for forest composition
and health in Bald Head Woods, North Carolina with special emphasis on
live oak (Quercus virginiana) and red bay (Persea borbonia)
DeGregorio, B.A., T.E. Hancock, D.J. Kurz and S. Yue. 2011. How quickly are road-killed snakes scavenged? Implications for underestimates of road mortality. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Sciences. 127:184-188.
W. K. Smith, C. R. Brodersen, T.E. Hancock and D.M. Johnson. 2004. Integrating plant temperature measurement using heat-sensitive paint and color image analysis. Functional Ecology. 18:148-153.
W. K. Smith, M. J. Germino, T. E. Hancock, and D.M. Johnson. 2003. A more unified approach for interpreting elevational limits of upper timberlines. Tree Physiology. 23:1101-1112.
Hancock, T.E. and P.E. Hosier. 2003. Ecology of the Threatened Species Seabeach Amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus Rafinesque). Castanea. 68:236-244.
Hackney, C.T., S. Brady, L. Stemmy, M. Boris, C. Dennis, T. Hancock,
M. O'Bryon, C. Tilton, and E. Barbee. 1996. Does intertidal vegetation
indicate specific soil and hydrologic conditions. Wetlands. 16:89-94.