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Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir

Craig Farnden

Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir

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Published by Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lodgepole pine -- British Columbia -- Growth.,
  • White spruce -- British Columbia -- Growth.,
  • Douglas fir -- British Columbia -- Growth.,
  • Forest management -- British Columbia.,
  • Pin de Murray -- Colombie-Britannique -- Croissance.,
  • Épinette blanche -- Colombie-Britannique -- Croissance.,
  • Sapin de Douglas -- Colombie-Britannique -- Croissance.,
  • Forêts -- Gestion -- Colombie-Britannique.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCraig Farnden.
    SeriesInformation report -- BC-X-360., Information report (Pacific Forestry Centre) -- BC-X-360.
    ContributionsPacific Forestry Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16009100M
    ISBN 100662244591

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Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir by Craig Farnden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir. Victoria: Pacific Forestry Centre, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Craig Farnden; Pacific Forestry.

A method of viewing stand density as it relates to volume production and tree size is developed in the form of a simple density management diagram applicable to plantations of coastal Douglas-fir Author: Murray Woods.

and Bowling ), interior Douglas-fir, lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.), white spruce (Pica glauca (Moench) Voss) (Farnden ), red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.), and white pine (Pinus strobus L.) (Smith and Woods ). This paper is an excerpt of a paper presented on density management diagrams at the Stand Density Management.

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Report BC-X Natural Resources Canada, Pacific Forestry Canada, Victoria, BCCited by: 4. Farnden C () Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir.

Report BC-X Natural Resources Canada, Pacific Forestry Canada, Victoria, BC; Fish H, Lieffers VJ, Silins U, Hall RJ. Crown shyness in lodgepole pine stands of varying stand height, density, and site index in the upper foothills of Cited by: 4.

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Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir. Information Report BC-X, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific. Stand density management diagrams for lodgepole pine, white spruce and interior Douglas-fir.

Information Report BC-X Canadian Forest Service, Victoria, by: Various density-management diagrams conceptualizing the density-driven stand dynamics have been developed. [82] [83] Smith and Brand's () [84] diagram has mean tree volume on the vertical axis and the number of trees/ha on the horizontal axis: a stand can either have many little trees or a few big ones.

• Species - pine (lodgepole, ponderosa, white pine and other native pines) • Age (>60 yrs) - oldest pine are highest hazard • Size - largest trees have highest hazard, or susceptibility (>17 cm at dbh) • Location (latitude and elevation) • Basal area - mid- to high density stands highest hazard with very low density stands lower hazard.

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Height‐age curves for planted stands of Douglas‐fir, with adjustments for density. Stand Management Cooperative Working Paper 1. University of Washington, College of Forest Resources, Seattle, WA.

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Typical of the interior temperate rainforest, this forest is characterized on wet sites by dense western red cedar and western hemlock and on dry sites by Douglas fir, western larch and lodgepole Immature stands may see increases of spruce leader weevil, white pine blister rust, stem rusts of lodgepole pine File Size: 5MB.Vulnerable Trees: Lodgepole, ponderosa pine, and white pine Problem: Gall rust forms large swellings on branches and trunks.

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