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Some results of cutting in the Sierra Forests of CaliforniaAuthor(s): D. Dunning
Source: Dept. Bull. 1176. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture
Publication Series: USDA Bulletin
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DescriptionWith a view to securing reliable data on the effects of cutting on growth and reproduction as a basis for revision of marking rules, the Forest Service about 10 years ago initiated a study of cut-over areas in the national forests of California. Some results of the study are presented to show what has actually been accomplished as a basis for sound future development in methods of cutting.
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CitationDunning, D. 1923. Some results of cutting in the Sierra Forests of California. Dept. Bull. 1176. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 26 p.
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