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Proceedings: guidelines for managing immature Appalachian hardwood standsAuthor(s): H Clay Smith; Maxine C. Eye
Source: 1986 May 28-30; SAF Publication 86-02. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University. 283 p.
Publication Series: Full Proceedings
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionHow to do it, that is what this workshop is all about. This proceedings will provide field foresters and landowners with an update of current available information for managing immature Appalachian hardwood stands. We all have dozens of questions and concerns and though several of these will be answered, some will not. Basically, guidelines are "guides" and we asked the authors to make recommendations based on the current literature, their knowledge, and experience. We wanted a "state-of-the-art" proceedings for managing immature Appalachian hardwood stands. Though many of these papers do provide current information and ideas, landowners and foresters will still have to decide what is best for their situations. From the practical sense, use what information you can and modify what you cannot.
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CitationSmith, H Clay; Eye, Maxine C., eds. 1986. Proceedings: guidelines for managing immature Appalachian hardwood stands. 1986 May 28-30; SAF Publication 86-02. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University. 283 p.
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