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Chapter 5 - Tree MortalityAuthor(s): Mark J. Ambrose
Source: General Technical Report SRS-198
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionTree mortality is a natural process in all forest ecosystems. Extremely high mortality, however, can also be an indicator of forest health issues. On a regional scale, high mortality levels may indicate widespread insect or disease problems. High mortality may also occur if a large proportion of the forest in a particular region is made up of older, senescent stands.
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CitationAmbrose, Mark J. 2014. Chapter 5 - Tree Mortality
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