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Crown architecture, crown leaf area distribution, and individual tree growth efficiency vary across site, genetic entry, and planting densityAuthor(s): Timothy J. Albaugh; Chris A. Maier; Otávio C. Campoe; Marco A. Yáñez; Eric D. Carbaugh; David R. Carter; Rachel L. Cook; Rafael A. Rubilar; Thomas R. Fox
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationAlbaugh, Timothy J.; Maier, Chris A.; Campoe, Otávio C.; Yáñez, Marco A.; Carbaugh, Eric D.; Carter, David R.; Cook, Rachel L.; Rubilar, Rafael A.; Fox, Thomas R. 2019. Crown architecture, crown leaf area distribution, and individual tree growth efficiency vary across site, genetic entry, and planting density. Trees. 44(2): 317-. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00468-019-01898-3.
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