Studies on internal structure and development of even aged natural normal pine stands: based on the data from southern part of Finland
Lönnroth E. (1925). Studies on internal structure and development of even aged natural normal pine stands: based on the data from southern part of Finland. Acta Forestalia Fennica vol. 30 no. 1 article id 7196. https://doi.org/10.14214/aff.7196
Study is based on the strip-wise survey of forests in southern Finland. From that information the 30 sample plots were chosen, 10 of each of most typical forest site types, MT, VT and CT. The stands are of different ages and development classes, varying from 14 to 159 years.
The article discusses the earlier literature on the factors effecting forest stands and presents the data in detail. The results section is divided into paragraphs on number of stems of the stand, height, crown, breast height diameter, basal area and volume. The statistical numbers are calculated and presented.
Pinus; stand structure; pine; natural normal stand; even aged
Published in 1925
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