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The short-term response of wildlife to clear-felling was studied in 4 blocks (52-114 km2) in boreal forests that were logged, while protecting the regeneration, in 100-250 ha clustered patches. The most common tree species were Picea mariana, Pinus banksiana, Abies balsamea, Betula papyrifera and ...

Potvin, F.; Courtois, R.; Bélanger, L.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1999, 29, 7, pp 1120-1127

In a silviculture experiment in east central Maine, natural regeneration was sampled to measure the effects of: (1) a range of partial harvest intensities, and (2) repeated partial harvest at one intensity. Under the first objective, 5 treatments were compared with residual basal areas ranging from ...

Brissette, J. C.
Silva Fennica, 1996, 30, 2/3, pp 301-314

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