A tree hollow dynamics simulation model

  title={A tree hollow dynamics simulation model},
  author={Ioanna Balla and D. B. Lindenmayerb and H. P. Possinghamc},
  • Ioanna Balla, D. B. Lindenmayerb, H. P. Possinghamc
  • Published 1999
This paper describes a deterministic computer model for simulating forest dynamics. The model predicts the long-term dynamics of hollow-bearing trees which occur in a single-species (monotypic) forest stand under an array of different timber harvesting regimes over a time scale of centuries. It is applied to a number of different timber harvesting scenarios in the mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans F. Muell.) forests of Victoria, south-eastern Australia. Computer experiments give results that… CONTINUE READING


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