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Details the organization and some first results of experiments in the mixed woods slope type (Spruces 32, Balsam Fir 29, Birch and Poplar 39%) of the Lakehead region (L. Superior). Harvesting for increased regeneration of the Spruces against hardwood competition is the chief aim. The industry,...

Author(s)
Miller, R. S. B.; Hughes, E.
Citation
Pulp and Paper in Canada, 1956, 57, 5, pp 196.205
Abstract

A survey of recent swamp fellings showed that full stocking takes place under present felling practices (selective, diameter-limit or clear felling) except on clear-felled peat soils. The composition of the new stands, however, is shown in tables to be less desirable, as they contain a larger...

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Zasada, Z. A.
Citation
Station Paper. Lake States Forest Experiment Station, 1952, No. 27, pp 15
Abstract

In 1921 a 60-year-old second-growth mixed stand of Aspen (Populus tremuloides and P. grandidentata), White Birch (Betula papyrifera), and Maple (Acer nigrum and A. rubrum) was logged for Poplar splintwood and two permanent sample plots established in the cut-over area. It was hoped that removal of...

Author(s)
Daly, E. G.
Citation
Silvicultural Leaflet. Dominion Forest Service, Canada, 1951, No. 55, pp 3
Abstract

Discusses 10-year results of thinning in 1947 in a 28-year-old stand of Populus tremuloides, P. balsamifera, Abies balsamea and Picea glauca, thinned (a) from below to leave 300, or (b) 200, crop trees per acre, and (c) from above, removing 10-12 cords/acre, or (d) clear felling. Mortality on all...

Author(s)
Day, M. W.
Citation
Quarterly Bulletin. Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station, 1958, 41, 2, pp 311-320
Abstract

The White Spruce/Balsam Fir/Paper Birch type is one of the most important sources of pulpwood and, by its growth rate and value, presents one of the most favourable opportunities for profitable forest management in Michigan. The essential points in the management of this type are (1) to cut early,...

Author(s)
Day, M. W.
Citation
Quarterly Bulletin. Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station, 1945, 28, pp 59-65

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