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eBook Levels-of-growing-stock cooperative study in Douglas- fir: Report no. 16, Sayward Forest and Shawnigan Lake (Information report) download ISBN: 0662321324
Author: D Beddows
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Department of Agriculture is dedicated to the principle of multiple use management of the. Nation’s forest resources for sustained yields of wood, water, forage, wildlife, and recreation.

Levels-of-growing stock cooperative study on Douglas-fir: report no. 2-the Hoskins study, 1963–1970. 54 p. Data are presented for the first 8 and 6 years at Sayward Forest and Shawnigan Lake, respectively

Levels-of-growing stock cooperative study on Douglas-fir: report no. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. Data are presented for the first 8 and 6 years at Sayward Forest and Shawnigan Lake, respectively. Results of the first treatment thinning at Sayward Forest for a 4-year response period also are included. Tappeiner, John . Bell, John . Brodie, J. Douglas.

ock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: report no. 6–Sayward Forest, Shawnigan Lake.

To determine how the amount of growing stock retained in repeatedly thinned stands of Douglas-fir affects . The second study area at Shawnigan Lake was established during the winter of 1970/71 in a 25-year-old Douglas-fir stand planted in the spring of 1948 with 2-0 seedlings.

The second study area at Shawnigan Lake was established during the winter of 1970/71 in a 25-year-old Douglas-fir stand planted in the spring of 1948 with 2-0 seedlings. The eight thinning treatments applied were: Repeated heavy thinning.

Arnott, J. Beddows, . 1981: ock cooperative study in Douglas fi. Tappeiner, J. Bell, J. 1982: Response of young Douglas fir to 16 years of intensive thinning. No. 3. oogle Scholar. 1981: ock cooperative study in Douglas fir. Report No. 6. Sayward Forest, Shawnigan Lake. Williamson, R. 1976: ock cooperative study in Douglas fir. 4, Rocky Brook, Stampede Creek, and Iron Creek.

Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, . No table-of-contents pages found.

As operational forest management changed over time, the relevance of these previous studies came into question . ock cooperative study in Douglas-fir: Report No. 8–The LOGS study: twenty-year results.

As operational forest management changed over time, the relevance of these previous studies came into question for the following reasons. First, most previous studies were initiated in the 1960s. Effects of density control and fertilization on growth and yield of young Douglas-fir plantations in the Pacific Northwest.

1971, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, .

Levels-Of-Growing Stock Cooperative Study in Douglas-fir: Report No. 16 - Sayward Forest and Shawnigan Lake. A Field Guide to Site Identification and Interpretation for the Vancouver Forest Region. Information Report Pacific Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service (BC-X-393): viii + 67 p. 2002. com · All Rights Reserved Privacy · Disclaimer · Terms · Contact · 浙ICP备10204677号-1.