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From defective hardwood stand to multiple use opportunityAuthor(s): Charles E. McGee
Source: Journal of Forestry: 700-704
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA 40-year old clearcutting, originally made as an example of destructive logging, now supports one of the best mixed hardwood stands on the Bent Creek Experimental Forest. Such desirable intolerants as yellow-poplar provide potential for timber; some high- and low-quality oaks provide timber and wildlife values; and the entire young stand has a pleasing appearance.
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CitationMcGee, Charles E. 1972. From defective hardwood stand to multiple use opportunity. Journal of Forestry: 700-704
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