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Tree damage resulting from thinning in young-growth Douglas-fir and western hemlock.Author(s): Norman P. Worthington
Source: PNW Old Series Research Note No. 202, p. 1-7
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionThinning trials on three cooperative experimental forests in western Washington have provided an excellent opportunity to evaluate tree damage resulting from typical thinning operations in young-growth timber. The type and degree of damage can, of course, be expected to strongly affect condition and vigor of the residual stand and ultimate success of a thinning regime.
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CitationWorthington, Norman P. 1961. Tree damage resulting from thinning in young-growth Douglas-fir and western hemlock. PNW Old Series Research Note No. 202, p. 1-7
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