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Pendergrass, K., Galicki, S., and Gentry, C.M. (2013) Growth response of Douglas-fir to coseismic subsidence in the Red Canyon fault block, Hebgen Lake, Montana. Second American Dendrochronology Conference, Tucson, AZ.
Pendergrass, K., and Gentry, C.M. (2012) Growth Response in Ponderosa Pine Stands at Mount Rushmore National Monument, South Dakota. Annual Meeting, the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Asheville, NC.
Pendergrass, K., Gentry, C.M., Ellison, W., Ethridge, E., and Kelly, J. (2011) Examination of stand structure on an elevation gradient in a subalpine forest in South Central Colorado. Annual Meeting, the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Savannah, GA.
Pendergrass, K., Zahn, L., and Gentry, C.M. (2011) Using tree-ring analysis to examine the influence of climate on the growth of ponderosa pine stands at the Mount Rushmore National Monument, South Dakota. 6th Annual Research and Creativity Forum, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN