Long-term artificial annual flooding reduces nuttall oak bole growth

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Long-Term Artificial Annual Flooding Reduces Nuttall Oak Bole Growth Bryce E. Schlaegel SUMMARY Nuttall oak (Quercusnuttallii Palmer) bole volume growth is significantly reduced bylong- term artificial annual flooding of thinned stands, Regardless of size, trees growing in a green-tree reservoir grew significantly less in cubic-foot.

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Nuttall oak (Quercus nuttallii Palmer) bole volume growth is significantly reduced by longterm artificial annual flooding of thinned stands, Regardless of size, trees growing in a green-tree reservoir grew significantly less in cubic-foot volume than trees in a nearby nonflooded area during the 6-year study period.

Trees subject to heavy thinning grew significantly faster than those lightly thinned in the nonflooded Cited by: 9. Get this from a library. Long-term artificial annual flooding reduces nuttall oak bole growth.

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USDA Forest Service Research Note SO, Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, LA, USA Smith DM () The Practice of Silviculture, 8th by: 1. Schlaegel, B.E. () Long-term artificial annual flooding reduces Nuttall oak bole growth.

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