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Applying group selection in upland hardwoodsAuthor(s): Gary w. Miller; H. Clay Smith
Source: In: Johnson, James E., ed. Uneven-aged silviculture of upland hardwood stands workshop notes; 1991 February 25-27; Blacksburg, VA. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Cooperative Extension Service and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: 20-25.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionInterest in applying group selection in upland hardwoods has grown in recent years, primarily in response to public opposition to the aesthetic effects of clearcutting. Critics suggest that an uneven-aged silvicultural practice such as group selection might be a suitable compromise--drastically reducing negative visual effects of harvesting trees while continuing to utilize the timber resource.
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CitationMiller, Gary w.; Smith, H. Clay. 1991. Applying group selection in upland hardwoods. In: Johnson, James E., ed. Uneven-aged silviculture of upland hardwood stands workshop notes; 1991 February 25-27; Blacksburg, VA. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Cooperative Extension Service and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: 20-25.
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