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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);...

Author(s)
Maini, J. S.; Cayford, J. H.
Citation
Dep. Publ. For. Br. Can., 1968, No. 1205, pp 257 pp.
Abstract

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,...

Author(s)
Morgan, M. D.
Citation
American Midland Naturalist, 1969, 82, 1, pp 204-28