3 edition of Forest classification at high latitudes as an aid to regeneration found in the catalog.
Forest classification at high latitudes as an aid to regeneration
by Pacific Northwest Range and Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska-Fairbanks in [Portland, Or.], Fairbanks
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Mayo Murray.|
|Series||General technical report PNW -- 177.|
|Contributions||Murray, Mayo., Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.), University of Alaska Fairbanks. School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Seismic lines are narrow linear (~3–8 m wide) forest clearings that are used for petroleum exploration in Alberta’s boreal forest. Many seismic lines have experienced poor tree regeneration since initial disturbance, with most failures occurring in treed peatlands that are used by the threatened woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou).Cited by: 2. 2. Natural regeneration-seed production, dissemination and germination Seed production. Although under natural conditions some conifer species can begin to bear cones at 20–30 years of age (), the quantity and quality of seed will probably be insufficient for successful regeneration until at least a decade later (Matthews, ).Note also that, apart from the pioneer species such as the Cited by:
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FOREST CLASSIFICATION AT HIGH LATITUDES AS AN AID TO REGENERATION Edited by Mayo Murray The Proceedings of a Fifth International Workshop Sponsored by The School of Agriculture and Land Resources University of Alaska - Fairbanks In cooperation with The Division of Forestry, State of Alaska and The Alaska State Society of American Foresters.
Forest classification at high latitudes as an aid to regeneration: the proceedings of a fifth international workshop Author: Mayo Murray ; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland.
related to forest regeneration in the circumpolar north. Forest regeneration problems in Sweden. Forest regeneration problems in north west Canada.
Management of lodge- pole pine in the boreal forest. Forest classification at high latitudes as an aid to forest regeneration. The yield advantages of artificial regeneration of High Latitudes.
forest regeneration at northern latitudes, close to the timber line, and you will see some of the most problematic parts of Sweden in terms of forest regeneration. However, you should consider that you are new at 65°30'N latitude, and before tomorrow night we will cross the 67th parallel. That is the same.
FOREST REGENERATION IN NORWAY The second part of this paper will give some informa- tion on forest regeneration as practiced in Norway where, in fact, all three intensity levels are used.
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Artificial regeneration is a popular method in establishing a new forest. It is used on sites where natural regeneration will probably not succeed. It seems to work in Lapland, on the timber line. Populations at both middle and high latitudes showed inverse-J type of size structure, with the highest frequency in the smallest DBH class (Fig.
3a). The proportions of seedlings (0– cm) at low, middle and high latitudes were %, % and %, respectively. Relative seedling density was significantly correlated with latitude (Fig. 3bCited by: #N#Geography Notes Form 3 - KLB Book 3 - KCSE Geography Revision Notes - Free Download.
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These are very fragmented and relictual forests, structurally complex, rich in tropical elements as well as. The cool, moist climates there are optimal for forest growth, the accumulation of organic material, and plenty of soil water, which play important roles in the formation of both soils.
The tundra areas of the high latitudes (polar region) are home to Gelisols, which require a cold climate to remain frozen at depth. A harvesting and regeneration method which is a relatively new silvicultural system that retains forest structural elements (stumps, logs, snags, trees, understory species and undisturbed layers of forest floor) for at least one rotation in order to preserve environmental values associated with structurally complex forests.
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Fire was extensively and intentionally used to promote regeneration and maintain the sal forest as the climax type in wet sal forest regions in India (Jacob, ).
Fire did not change the tree layer parameters (species composition and density) but Cited by: