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Although most investigations of long-term growth trends of trees involve description of radial growth of trees, investigation of height growth of dominant and codominant trees also warrants attention for two significant reasons - the dependent variable is largely independent of stand density and it ...

Author(s)
Goelz, J. C. G.; Burk, T. E.
Citation
Forest Science, 1998, 44, 1, pp 158-164