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The analytic trees for 924 firs (Abies fabri), 844 spruces (Picea asperata), 183 birchs (Betula platphylla), 158 aspens (Populus davidiana) and 227 larchs (Larix olgensis) were selected to establish the models of diameter growth for dominant tree species in the Changbai Mountain. The study was...

Author(s)
Liu Yang; Kang XinGang; Guo YanRong; Tie Niu; Gao Xiang; Zhao DongNing
Publisher
Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing, China
Citation
Journal of Nanjing Forestry University (Natural Sciences Edition), 2014, 38, 2, pp 63-67
Abstract

Permanent plots in the polar-birch secondary forests in Changbai Mountain, Northeast China, were established. According to the data of the analytic trees, i. e. the species of Betula platyphylla and Populus davidiana [Populus tremula var. davidiana], the Richards equation was employed using the...

Author(s)
Gong ZhiWen; Kang XinGang; Gu Li; Yang Hua
Publisher
Chinese Academy of Forestry, Beijing, China
Citation
Forest Research, Beijing, 2009, 22, 3, pp 379-384
Abstract

The mechanisms underlying the structural characteristics and dynamics of Chinese spruce (Picea asperata) forest in the Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi Province, China, are discussed based on investigations and comparisons of stands at different developmental stages. At ages below 20 years there were...

Author(s)
Gao JiaRong; Xiao Bin; Cheng HaiBin; Liu ManTang
Citation
Scientia Silvae Sinicae, 2000, 36, Sp. 1, pp 104-109
Abstract

A manual describing the characteristics of 211 species (including commonly planted exotics) as follows for each species: morphology (including herbarium diagrams); biology; distribution; silvicultural characteristics; pests and diseases; and (briefly) wood properties. Species grown primarily for...

Publisher
Agriculture Publishing House., Peking, China
Citation
The silviculture of Chinese trees. Volumes 1 and 2., 1978, pp 1342 pp.
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

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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