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Kane Experimental Forest: Overstory tree data from a thinning study in Allegheny hardwoods
Rhinehart, Tessa A. ; Weldon, Corinne A. ; Stout, Susan L.
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Rhinehart, Tessa A.; Weldon, Corinne A.; Stout, Susan L. 2016. Kane Experimental Forest: Overstory tree data from a thinning study in Allegheny hardwoods. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive.
This data publication contains individual tree diameter data collected from 1972 to 2012 under the study plan 4110-FS-NE-1152-76 "Study Plan: Thinning study in Allegheny hardwoods" on the Kane Experimental Forest in Pennsylvania. This study provides data about tree growth and survival as affected by stand structure parameters and thinning regimes from 30% to 100% residual density.
biota; environment; Forest Products; Forest products industry; Inventory, Monitoring, & Analysis; Assessments; Natural Resource Management & Use; Conservation; Ecosystem services; Forest management; Restoration; Timber; Climate change; Carbon; silviculture; species composition; forest stand dynamics; tree and stand growth; carbon sequestration; relative density; stocking; multiple species; plants; vegetation; Kane Experimental Forest; Pennsylvania
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