Can native tree species regenerate in Pinus radiata plantations in Chile?: Evidence from field and laboratory experiments

@inproceedings{Guerrero2007CanNT,
  title={Can native tree species regenerate in Pinus radiata plantations in Chile?: Evidence from field and laboratory experiments},
  author={P. C{\'a}rdenas Guerrero and Ramiro O. Bustamante},
  year={2007}
}
As matrices form the major component of landscapes mosaics, assessing regeneration suitability for native species within matrices is relevant for conservation and mandatory if native remnant patches are scarce, small and contain endemic species. In central Chile, we compared in two consecutive years (2001/2002–2002/2003), seed germination and seedling establishment of Cryptocarya alba (Mol.) Looser the most dominant specie in seedling stage, in both the native Coastal Maulino Forest and in the… CONTINUE READING
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