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Stand density--a factor affecting stem quality of young hardwoods

David L. Sonderman

Stand density--a factor affecting stem quality of young hardwoods

by David L. Sonderman

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in [Broomall, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest thinning.,
  • Hardwoods.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid L. Sonderman.
    SeriesResearch paper NE -- 561.
    ContributionsNortheastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18041839M

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Stand density--a factor affecting stem quality of young hardwoods by David L. Sonderman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Stand density: a factor affecting stem quality of young hardwoods. [David L Sonderman; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)] -- S2A year-old mixed oak stand was thinned in to stocking levels of 30, 50, and 60 percent and a control.

From this stand, trees were selected and their stem-related defects recorded. Get this from a library. Stand density: a factor affecting stem quality of young hardwoods.

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Sonderman. Format Online Resource Book Published Broomall, PA: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Description 1 online resource (8 pages).

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Sonderman, David L. A NE OAKSIM an individual-tree growth and yield simulator for managed, even. The effects of five residual stand densities (, m 2/ha, and an unthinned control ( m2/ha)) onyear stand and crop tree growth and bole quality were studied in an even.

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Control of competition among trees is an efficient way to increase their growth and improve forest management. Competition has desirable aspects (increasing biomass, improved stem form and wood quality) as well as undesirable (suppression of growth and size of trees).

This project will develop new methods to predict stand dynamics, advance our understanding of stand density. The timber quality is fair to poor in this stand, with just over 2, board feet per acre.

The stand falls on moderately steep, northeast facing slopes. Th is forest provides important winter shelter deer. Old woods roads that provides access to this stand are used as part of the recreational trail system that circumnavigates Arrowhead Forest.

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Carbon density and accumulation in woody species of tropical dry forest in India. (DBH) 2 * H, where, is the form factor, defined as the ratio of stem volume to the volume of a cylinder with the height (H, m) and diameter at breast We studied the carbon density and accumulation in the stem biomass at five sites in the tropical dry Cited by: Shade was twice as important a factor as shielding.

Forty percent of melt rate was explained by the two variables with shade being much more important. The effects of cutting the forest in certain patterns were estimated.

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Appropriate stocking density (a) allows adequate access to food, water, light, air, and/or space for movement; (b) minimizes aggressive behavior, stress, and spread of disease; and (c) allows for sustainable grazing land and/or acceptable water quality.

See Density and Stocking rate(s). Alfalfa forage may contain 2 to 3% K. Potassium has many critical roles in plant growth and de- velopment. It has long been recognized as a factor affecting disease incidence, and has an important role in enhanc- ing nitrogen fixation.

Adequate K also helps to improve stand persistence and winter survival. Breast height radial growth of western red cedar (Thuja plicata Donn), western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.) and 33 Douglas fir trees (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco), in young natural stands on the eastern side of the University of British Columbia Research Forest near Haney, B.C.

was analysed. Individual tree parameters measured. The lack of difference in stand age (as indicated by year of establishment) between chestnut logged and unlogged sites could be for three reasons: (1) selective logging events were not detected by the stand age because old and young trees are more likely to co-occur on a site than after a more extensive cut (Oliver and Larson, ); (2) most Cited by: The South African Journal of Science is a multidisciplinary science journal published bimonthly by the Academy of Science of South Africa.

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The stem mass – overturning resistance relationship had the best fit and was not significantly different for these species in spite of their differences in wood density and stem form.

(English) [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Cannell, M. G. R. & Morgan, J. Young's modulus of sections of living branches and tree trunks. Weeds negatively impact crop growth and future yields.

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