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    Author(s): Shawn Fraver; Bengt Gunnar Jonsson; Mari Jönsson; Per-Anders Esseen
    Date: 2008
    Source: Journal of Vegetation Science. 19: 789-798.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    To what extent do tree growth, mortality, and long-term disturbance patterns affect stand structure and composition of an old-growth Picea abies forest? We linked data from three 50 m x 50 m permanent plots established in 1986 with dendrochronology data to evaluate tree growth and mortality over an 18-year period and to describe a several-hundred-year disturbance history for this forest type.

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    Fraver, Shawn; Jonsson, Bengt Gunnar; Jönsson, Mari; Esseen, Per-Anders. 2008. Demographics and disturbance history of a boreal old-growth Picea abies forest. Journal of Vegetation Science. 19: 789-798.

    Keywords

    dendrochronology, late-successional forest, mortality, permanent plot, rotated sigmoid diameter distribution, wood-decay fungi, woody debris

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