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Growth and biomass components were studied during 4 consecutive years of short-rotation culture in western Washington, USA, for 4 poplar clones - Populus deltoides 'ILL-005', Populus trichocarpa '1-12' and their interspecific hybrids, P. trichocarpa × P. deltoides [P. interamericana] '11-11' and...

Author(s)
Scarascia-Mugnozza, G. E.; Ceulemans, R.; Heilman, P. E.; Isebrands, J. G.; Stettler, R. F.; Hinckley, T. M.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1997, 27, 3, pp 285-294
Abstract

Trees of the genus Populus (poplars, cottonwoods and aspens) are widely distributed over the northern hemisphere and planted in many other parts of the world. In their native ecosystems, they play a major role in the recolonization of sites after disturbances and provide important habitat for fish...

Publisher
NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Citation
Biology of Populus and its implications for management and conservation., 1996, pp xi + 539 pp.
Abstract

A common-garden study of Populus trichocarpa was initiated in 1985 when material from 128 trees was collected along two mesic (Hoh and Nisqually) and two xeric (Dungeness and Yakima) river valleys in Washington state, NW USA. In spring 1986 cuttings were used to establish two replicate plantations, ...

Author(s)
Dunlap, J. M.; Stettler, R. F.
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 1996, 87, 1/3, pp 233-256
Abstract

A revised edition of a bulletin originally published in 1990. A system of short rotation intensive silviculture is described for the production of wood and fibre from hybrid poplar (mainly Populus trichocarpa × P. deltoides [P. interamericana]) in the Pacific Northwest. Sections describe the...

Author(s)
Heilman, P. E.; Stettler, R. F.; Hanley, D. P.; Carkner, R. W.
Publisher
Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Pullman, USA
Citation
Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension Publication, 1995, No. PNW356 (revised), pp iv + 42 pp.
Abstract

Height and diameter growth, stem volume production, leaf phenology and leaf number, and number of branches of Populus trichocarpa, P. deltoides, and their F1 hybrids (P. trichocarpa × P. deltoides [P. interamericana]) were studied from February 1985 to February 1989 in a research plantation in W....

Author(s)
Ceulemans, R.; Scarascia Mugnozza, G. T.; Wiard, B. M.; Braatne, J. H.; Hinckley, T. M.; Stettler, R. F.; Isebrands, J. G.; Heilman, P. E.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1992, 22, 12, pp 1937-1948
Abstract

An overview of an integrated research programme conducted at the University of Washington and Washington State University, USA, which aims to increase the productivity of Populus grown for short rotations under intensive cultural regimes.

Author(s)
Stettler, R. F.; Heilman, P. E.; Hinckley, T. M.
Publisher
Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Fast growing trees and nitrogen fixing trees: international conference Marburg, October 8th-12th, 1989., 1990, pp 194-200
Abstract

A brief report of work under progress with 10 black cottonwood clones from sources between southern British Columbia and central Oregon grown in pure stands and as 1:1 mixtures with red alder (Alnus rubra). Tests are also being carried out on hybrids between selected cottonward trees and superior ...

Author(s)
Stettler, R. F.; Heilman, P. E.
Publisher
Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, Barking, UK
Citation
Bioenergy 84. Proceedings of conference 15-21 June 1984, Goteborg, Sweden. Volume II. Biomass resources, 1984, pp 149
Abstract

Four papers:
Eriksson, G.; Gullberg, U.; Kang, H. Breeding strategies for short-rotation woody species. 199-216 [17 ref.] Salix.
Stettler, R.F.; Heilman, P.E. Short-rotation poplar culture in the Pacific Northwest: components of a genetic program. 217-232 [36 ref.] Populus trichocarpa, P. deltoides ...

Author(s)
Eriksson, G. (et al.)
Citation
Rapport, Institutionen för Ekologi och Miljövǻrd, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, 1984, No. 15, pp 199-281

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