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The regeneration and dominance of northern red oak (Quercus rubra) has been associated with fire throughout eastern North America. Red oak in central Ontario grows near the northern edge of its distribution in mixed hardwood-coniferous forests under mesic conditions where it competes with more...

Author(s)
Dey, D. C.; Guyette, R. P.
Citation
Forestry Chronicle, 2000, 76, 2, pp 339-347
Abstract

Stem cross sections were taken (approximately 15 to 30 cm above the ground) from 22 northern red oaks (Quercus rubra), and one red pine (Pinus resinosa), on a 2 ha site at Barry's Bay, Ontario, Canada. These were used to determine the date of fire scars, serial variation in growth, periods of...

Author(s)
Guyette, R.; Dey, D.
Publisher
Ontario Forest Research Institute, Sault Ste Marie, Canada
Citation
Forest Research Information Paper - Ontario Forest Research Institute, 1995, No. 119, pp 14 pp.
Abstract

Fire scars from natural remnants of red pine (Pinus resinosa) in an oak (Quercus rubra)/pine forest near Basin Lake, Algonquin Park, Ontario, were dated using dendrochronological methods. The composite fire scar chronology spanned 1665-1856. The fire return interval between 2 stand replacement...

Author(s)
Guyette, R. P.; Dey, D. C.
Publisher
Ontario Forest Research Institute, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada
Citation
Forest Research Report - Ontario Forest Research Institute, 1995, No. 132, pp iv + 7 pp.
Abstract

The radial and longitudinal patterns of ring width were examined in the stems of dominant and intermediate red oak (Quercus rubra) and red pine (Pinus resinosa) in a 50-yr-old plantation on a fine sandy soil in Ontario. Patterns in red pine conformed to those of plantation-grown conifers, which are ...

Author(s)
Fayle, D. C. F.; Bentley, C. V.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1989, 19, 4, pp 440-446