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- Federer, C. A.; Gee, G. W.
- Ecology 1976 v.57 no.5 pp. 975-984
- hardwood forests, etc ; Acer saccharum; Betula alleghaniensis; Fagus; Saccharum; hardwood; leaves; polyethylene; rain; soil water; stomatal movement; temperature; transpiration; trees; trenching; vapor pressure; xylem; New Hampshire; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... In a northern hardwood forest in central New Hampshire, daytime diffusion resistances of abaxial leaf surfaces were independent on light level above 250 @mE/(m²°s), increased as vapor pressure deficit increased, and decreased as temperature increased. High vapor pressure deficit at midday caused slight stomatal closure, which appeared to be independent of leaf H_2O potential. Low plant H₂O potenti ...
- Piussi, Pietro
- Ecology 1966 v.47 no.5 pp. 860-864
- hardwood forests, etc ; Acer saccharum; Betula papyrifera; Fagus grandifolia; Ostrya virginiana; Quercus rubra; Tsuga canadensis; cutting; hardwood; mountains; second growth; stand composition; stand structure; trees; Adirondacks; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... A stand of northern hardwoods located in the Adirondacks Mountains (N.Y.) was studied in regards to structure, composition, and development. The stand has been exploited in the past by selection cutting but during the last 40 years has remained practically undisturbed. Eighteen tree species contribute to the composition of the stand within the 4 acres studied; the most abundant are Fagus grandifol ...