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Climate adaptive silviculture strategies: How do they impact growth, yield, diversity and value in forested landscapes?Author(s): Eric J. Gustafson; Christel C. Kern; Brian R. Miranda; Brian R. Sturtevant; Dustin R. Bronson; John M. Kabrick
Source: Forest Ecology and Management
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationGustafson, Eric J.; Kern, Christel C.; Miranda, Brian R.; Sturtevant, Brian R.; Bronson, Dustin R.; Kabrick, John M. 2020. Climate adaptive silviculture strategies: How do they impact growth, yield, diversity and value in forested landscapes?. Forest Ecology and Management. 470-471: 118208-. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118208.
KeywordsForest management, Climate change adaptation, Climate change, Elevated CO2, LANDIS-II forest landscape model, Timber harvest
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