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Title: The role of western white pine in forest succession in northern Idaho

Author: Huberman, M. A.;

Date: 1935

Source: Ecology. 16(2): 137-151.

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: The importance of vegetational studies in virgin forests has become more and more obvious during the past few years as a result of the increasing scarcity of primeval areas. The work of Cooper ('13) on Isle Royale, Michigan; of Nichols ('13) at Colebrook, Connecticut; of Lutz ('30) at Heart's Content, Pennsylvania; of Gates and Nichols ('30) studying an area near Pellston, Michigan; and of Hough ('32) in Pennsylvania, may be said to compose the greatest portion of the meagre literature on this subject.

Keywords: western white pine, forest succession

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Huberman, M. A. 1935. The role of western white pine in forest succession in northern Idaho. Ecology. 16(2): 137-151.


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