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    Author(s): Fabian C.C. Uzoh; Leroy K. Dolph; John R. Anstead
    Date: 1997
    Source: In: Emmingham, W.H., ed. Proceedings, Interdisciplinary Uneven-aged Management Symposium. Corvallis, Oregon, USA: International Union of Forest Research Organizations: 392-403
    Publication Series: Proceedings - Paper (PR-P)
    Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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    Diameter growth rates of understory trees were measured for periods both before and after overstory removal on six study areas in northern California. All the species responded with increased diameter growth after adjusting to their new environments. Linear regression equations that predict post treatment diameter growth increment of the residual trees are presented for the six study areas.

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    Uzoh, Fabian C.C.; Dolph, Leroy K.; Anstead, John R. 1997. Understory response following varying levels of overstory removal in mixed conifer stands. In: Emmingham, W.H., ed. Proceedings, Interdisciplinary Uneven-aged Management Symposium. Corvallis, Oregon, USA: International Union of Forest Research Organizations: 392-403.

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    diameter increment equation, northern California

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