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A 30- to 40-year-old trial planting with <more than>40 tree and shrub species in a polluted district did not suffer seriously until the establishment, a few hundred yards to the east, of a zinc smelter in 1958-59; it was evaluated for damage to foliage, site class and increment in 1966....

Author(s)
Dassler, H. G.; Kastner, W.; Ranft, H.
Citation
Arch. Forstw., 1968, 17, 2, pp 145-58
Abstract

After introducing the general problem in its national context the author specifies two tasks: planting of conifers in place of other species, and the afforestation of duneland. At present only 5.4 % of the total forest area in Hungary is under conifers. In April 1951 the former Forestry Centre laid ...

Author(s)
Babos, I.
Citation
Agrartudomany, 1952, 4, 6, pp 217-23
Abstract

Gives the salient silvicultural characters and chief uses of about 40 of the more important Kansu tree species and some important shrubs, along with tables of tolerance and soil moisture requirements, diagrammatic presentation of altitudinal distribution and sketches of root and shoot systems....

Author(s)
Teng, S. C.
Citation
Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica, Taipei, 1947, 1, 3, pp 221-42
Abstract

Extensive frost damage to forest trees in Bohemia and Moravia in the winter of 1939-A is analysed by species. Its severity is attributed chiefly to the physiological condition of the trees, which had been kept in growth by a wet autumn and in many instances had shoots that were still sappy and...

Author(s)
Zabka, J.
Citation
Zpravy Vyzkumneho ustavu lesn. CSR, 1948, No. 2, pp 181-95
Abstract

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,...

Author(s)
Teng, S. C.
Citation
Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica, Taipei, 1947, 1, 3, pp 187-200

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