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Comprises: Landscape and climate of Canada (J. S. Maini); Silvics and ecology of Populus in Canada (J. S. Maini); Silviculture and management of natural Poplar stands (J. M. Jarvis); Poplar breeding in Canada (C. Heimburger); Silviculture and management of Poplar plantations (J. H. G. Smith);...

Maini, J. S.; Cayford, J. H.
Dep. Publ. For. Br. Can., 1968, No. 1205, pp 257 pp.

In the study area, Populus tremuloides appears as small islands surrounded by fescue grassland; at its upper altitudinal limit it borders on Spruce/Fir forest. Information is given on diam. classes (the largest number of trees being in the 4-to-7-in. class), understorey vegetation, soils,...

Morgan, M. D.
American Midland Naturalist, 1969, 82, 1, pp 204-28

Discusses the possibilities of fast growth of Poplars in different plant communities of the grasslands of Bohemia and Moravia. Alnetum glutinosae and Franguleto-Alnetum do not as a rule, present favourable conditions. in Saliceto-Populetum, the optimum proportion of Poplars can vary from 0.1 to...

Samek, V.
Lesnicka Prace, 1954, 33, 6, pp 249-53

The province of Kansu can be divided into five main vegetational regions. (1) The steppe and desert of Hosi, mainly grazing country, where only xerophytes really thrive. Indigenous species could be planted here to fix shifting sand and reclaim alkaline areas. (2) The Spruce forest of Kilienshan,...

Teng, S. C.
Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica, Taipei, 1947, 1, 3, pp 187-200

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