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Stem-maps of forest restoration cuttings in Pinus ponderosa-dominated forests in the interior West, USAAuthor(s): Justin P. Ziegler; Chad M. Hoffman; Mike A. Battaglia; William Mell
Source: Data. 4(2): 68-74.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionStem-maps, maps of tree locations with optional associated measurements, are increasingly being used for ecological study in forest and plant sciences. Analyses of stem-map data have led to greater scientific understanding and improved forest management. However, availability of these data for reuse remains limited. We present a description of eight 4-ha stem-maps used in four prior research studies. These stem-maps contain locations and associated measurements of residual trees and stumps measured after forest restoration cuttings in Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. Data are published in two file formats to facilitate reuse.
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CitationZiegler, Justin P.; Hoffman, Chad M.; Battaglia, Mike A.; Mell, William. 2019. Stem-maps of forest restoration cuttings in Pinus ponderosa-dominated forests in the Interior West, USA. Data. 4(2): 68-74.
Keywordsponderosa pine, thinning, dry forest, tree map, point pattern, spatial relationships
- Intertree competition in uneven-aged ponderosa pine stands
- Geographic variation in ponderosa pine leader growth
- Wood properties of immature ponderosa pine after thinning
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