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The effect of bark stripping by moose on Scots pine height growth: An experimental treatmentAuthor(s): Marek Metslaid; Kajar Köster; Kalev Jõgiste; Tiit Randveer; Kaljo Voolma; W. Keith. Moser
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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CitationMetslaid, Marek.; Köster, Kajar; Jõgiste, Kalev; Randveer, Tiit; Voolma, Kaljo; Moser, W. Keith. 2012. The effect of bark stripping by moose on Scots pine height growth: An experimental treatment. Baltic Forestry. 19(1): 61-66.
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