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Title: Relation between height growth of larch seedlings and weather conditions

Author: Brewster, D. R.;

Date: 1918

Source: Journal of Forestry. 16: 861-870.

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: It is a common experience in passing through stands of coniferous seedlings ten to thirty feet tall to notice the rapidly growing leaders of the dominant trees. A casual glance will show a surprising variation in the rate of height growth of the same tree in different years. The obvious explanation that occurs to one is that this variation is clue to a corresponding variation in the weather in the different years.

Keywords: height growth, weather, larch seedlings

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Brewster, D. R. 1918. Relation between height growth of larch seedlings and weather conditions. Journal of Forestry. 16: 861-870.

 


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