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Title: Fire and Thinning Effects on Oak Regeneration in Southern Ohio
Author: Apsley, Dave; Yaussy, Dan;
Source: The Ohio Woodland Journal 12:25-26
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: Oaks dominate a large percentage of the forests in southern Ohio. But, have you ever looked at the seedlings and saplings that are regenerating under these predominately oak canopies? Typically very little oak and often the seedlings and saplings are red maple, sugar maple and American beech.
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Apsley, Dave; Yaussy, Dan 2005. Fire and Thinning Effects on Oak Regeneration in Southern Ohio. The Ohio Woodland Journal 12:25-26
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