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- Sillett, Stephen C.; Van Pelt, Robert; Freund, James A.; Campbell-Spickler, Jim; Carroll, Allyson L.; Kramer, Russell D.
- Forest ecology and management 2018 v.429 pp. 93-114
- decay fungi, etc ; Pseudotsuga menziesii; Thuja plicata; Tsuga heterophylla; aboveground biomass; allometry; bark; biomass production; cambium; carbon; coastal forests; conifers; dead wood; equations; heartwood; leaf area; rain forests; sapwood; trees; vigor; wood; California; Cascade Mountain region; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... One of the five tallest tree species, Pseudotsuga menziesii has enormous economic and ecological importance, but rainforests dominated by this species are not as well understood as their drier montane counterparts. We climbed and measured 30 trees up to 97 m tall growing in coastal forests of the Olympic Peninsula and northern California to quantify structural attributes—leaves, bark, cambium, sap ...
- Müller, Michael M.; Henttonen, Helena M.; Penttilä, Reijo; Kulju, Matti; Helo, Teppo; Kaitera, Juha
- Forest ecology and management 2018 v.425 pp. 85-91
- decay fungi, etc ; Heterobasidion; Picea abies; Pinus sylvestris; boreal forests; butt rot; conifers; cutting; databases; global warming; organic horizons; organic soils; pH; pathogens; root rot; stumps; Finland; Scandinavia; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Heterobasidion parviporum and H. annosum are the most damaging root and butt rot pathogens of conifers in southern Fennoscandia where their distribution and frequency are reasonably well described in literature. However, in the most northern boreal forests of Europe the occurrence and significance of these pathogens is poorly known. In the future global warming may increase root and butt rot damag ...