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Logging damage to dominant and codominant residual stems in thinned West Virginia cherry-maple standsAuthor(s): Neil I. Lamson; Gary W. Miller
Source: In: Muller, Robert N., ed. Proceedings: fourth central hardwood forest conference; 1982 November 8-10; Lexington, KY. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky: 32-38.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionPreviously unmanaged 60-year-old, even-aged stands of cherry-maple in West Virginia were thinned using the Allegheny hardwoods stocking guide. A marked cut was computed for 75, 60, and 45 percent of full stocking; no trees smaller than 17.8. cm dbh were marked for commercial removal. Thinning was done with either a truck-mounted crane or a rubber-tired skidder.
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CitationLamson, Neil I.; Miller, Gary W. 1982. Logging damage to dominant and codominant residual stems in thinned West Virginia cherry-maple stands. In: Muller, Robert N., ed. Proceedings: fourth central hardwood forest conference; 1982 November 8-10; Lexington, KY. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky: 32-38.
Keywordslogging damage, thinning, Prunus serotina Ehrh., Acer rubrum L.
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