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AN EVALUATION OF ERRORS IN TREE AGE ESTIMATES BASED ON INCREMENT CORES IN KAHIKATEA (DACRYCARPUS DACRYDIOIDES).
- R. Duncan
Duncan, R.P. (1989). An evaluation of errors in tree age estimates based on increment cores in kahikatea (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides). New Zealand Natural Sciences 16: 31-37. Twelve kahikatea… Expand
The temporal and spatial analysis of tree age distributions
The temporal and spatial patterns of tree establishment and stand disturbance history are often based on the interpretation of age-class frequency distributions. In particular, the presence of… Expand
The structure and dynamics of rimu-dominated forests on glacial moraines, South Westland
and age structure analysis, spatial pattern analysis, and dis- turbance history were used to reconstruct the population dynam- ics of three stands dominated by Dacrydium cupressinum on glacial… Expand
Patient-centered care factors and access to care: a path analysis using the Andersen behavior model.
OBJECTIVES Using the Andersen behavioral model, we examined the complex relationships among geographic access to care, financial disadvantage, patient-centered care factors, and access to care… Expand
Taxonomic patterns in the naturalisation rate of plant species in New Zealand
The fate of passeriform introductions on oceanic islands. Authors' reply