Predicting Post-Harvest Performance of Advance Red Oak Reproduction in the Southern AppalachiansAuthor(s): David L. Loftis
Source: Forest Science,Vol. 36, No. 4, December, 1990, pp. 908-916
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionModels are presented for predicting: (1) height growth of red oak advance reproduction after clearcutting, and (2) the probability of stems becoming dominants or codominants in new stands as a function of preharvest size of advance reproduction andsitequafity. The second model permits silviculturists to predict, prior to harvest, the contribution to a new stand of an existing population of advance red oak reproduction.
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CitationLoftis, David L. 1990. Predicting Post-Harvest Performance of Advance Red Oak Reproduction in the Southern Appalachians. Forest Science,Vol. 36, No. 4, December, 1990, pp. 908-916
KeywordsRegeneration, logistic regression
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