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- Hofmeyer, Philip V.; Seymour, Robert S.; Kenefic, Laura S.
- Canadian journal of forest research 2010 v.40 no.6 pp. 1155
- Thuja occidentalis, etc ; tree growth; tree yields; stems; stemwood; volume; prediction; models; light intensity; leaf area; equations; forest trees; tree crown; tree and stand measurements; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Equations to predict branch and tree leaf area, foliar mass, and stemwood volume were developed from 25 destructively sampled northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) trees, a species whose production ecology has not been studied. Resulting models were applied to a large sample of 296 cored trees from 60 sites stratified across a soil gradient throughout northern Maine. Nonlinear regression an ...
- Hofmeyer, Philip V.; Kenefic, Laura S.; Seymour, Robert S.
- Northern journal of applied forestry 2009 v.26 no.1 pp. 21
- Thuja occidentalis, etc ; forest trees; population ecology; tree growth; silviculture; cliffs; shade tolerance; natural regeneration; pest resistance; deer; Odocoileus virginianus; disease resistance; genetic variation; plant architecture; drought tolerance; niches; Eastern United States; Canada; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Sustainability of the northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) resource is a concern in many regions throughout its range because of regeneration failures, difficulty recruiting seedlings into sapling and pole classes, and harvesting levels that exceed growth. Management confusion has resulted from the scarcity of research on northern white-cedar ecology and silviculture, particularly because ...
- DECH, JEFFERY P.; MAUN, M. ANWAR
- Annals of botany 2006 v.98 no.5 pp. 1095-1105
- Thuja occidentalis, etc ; Pinus strobus; Picea glauca; Picea mariana; Juniperus virginiana; Salix; Populus balsamifera; forest trees; tree growth; soil depth; adventitious roots; nutrient transport; dune soils; Ontario; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: and Aims Burial is a recurrent stress imposed upon plants of coastal dunes. Woody plants are buried on open coastal dunes and in forested areas behind active blowouts; however, little is known about the burial responses and adaptive traits of these species. The objectives of this study were: (a) to determine the growth and morphological responses to burial in sand of seven woody plant ...
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