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Discusses Pine natural regeneration on clear fellings in the Pinetum rhododendrosum, P. graminosomixtoherbosum, P. vacciniosum, and P. rhododendrosomixtoherbosum with Larch, in relation to the rapidly developing herb and shrub cover. [Cf. F.A. 24 No. 1440.] Pine regeneration is hindered by the...

Author(s)
Vipper, V. N.
Citation
Bjull, Mosk. Obsc. Ispyt. Prir. (Otd. Biol.), 1964, 69, 6, pp 56-66
Abstract

cf. FA 30 No. 5498.] Presents the texts (many abridged) of 17 papers delivered by Rumanian nationals at a conference held in Bucharest from 27 Sept. to 2 Oct. 1971, on 'growing Poplars and Willows on sites liable to flooding', under the titles: Characteristics of Poplars and Willows in Rumanian ...

Citation
Revista Padurilor, 1971, 86, 9, pp 451-92 + smries
Abstract

In this district, lying on the boundary of the steppe and forest-steppe zones, in the Voronezh region, the plantations date from ca. 1870. A review is given of the soils, natural vegetation, history of plantation establishment, and silvicultural characteristics of the stands, and the following...

Author(s)
Pavlov, P. V.
Citation
Trudy Vsesojuznogo Instituta Zascity Rastenij, Leningrad, 1960, No. 15, pp 13-32
Abstract

A sample-plot study was made to determine the effects of three different cover types (Aspen, open grassland, and young Lodgepole Pine) in intercepting precipitation (a factor of major importance affecting loss of storage water). It was found that the Aspen and open grassland types both intercepted...

Author(s)
Dunford, E. G.; Niederhof, C. H.
Citation
Journal of Forestry, 1944, 42, pp 673-7
Abstract

Although Schinopsis balansae and to some extent Schinopsis lorentzii and Prosopis spp. have been exported from Argentina since the end of the nineteenth century, exports of timber are generally limited, while certain forest products, such as veneers, wood pulp, and wood cellulose, are imported on a ...

Author(s)
Tortorelli, L. A.
Publisher
Chronica Botanica Company, Waltham, Mass., USA
Citation
Plants and plant science in Latin America, 1945, pp 135-40
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
Abstract

The Prairie States Forestry Project was in operation from 1934 to 1943. During that period, nearly 19, 000 miles of shelterbelts were planted on about 33, 000 farms. A survey of the plantings, made in 1944, covered 1, 079 belts or a random sample of 3.6 per cent. of all belts planted. The project...

Author(s)
Munns, E. N.; Stoeckeler, J. H.
Citation
Journal of Forestry, 1946, 44, 4, pp 237-57
Abstract

Although Saskatchewan is known as a prairie province, probably one half of its entire area of 251, 700 sq. miles is more or less forested. The White Spruce (Picea canadensis) is the only species that can be classed among the leading commercial timbers of the world; it is widely distributed, fairly...

Author(s)
Hastings, W. B.
Publisher
Department of Natural Resources and Industrial Development, Saskatchewan, Canada
Citation
The natural resources of Saskatchewan., 1945, pp 113 pp.
Abstract

From the point of view of forest protection against insect and other pests the Ukraine (excluding the Crimea) may be divided into three main zones: (1) the northern forest zone, (2) the wooded steppes; and (3) the true steppes on which windbreaks have been planted. The author reviews the commonest...

Author(s)
Schedl, K. E.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1943, 19, pp 85-95

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