Diversity and productivity of hypogeous fungal sporocarps in a variably thinned Douglas-fir forest

@inproceedings{Colgan1999DiversityAP,
  title={Diversity and productivity of hypogeous fungal sporocarps in a variably thinned Douglas-fir forest},
  author={Wes Colgan and Andrew B. Carey and James M. Trappe and Randy J Molina and David Thysell},
  year={1999}
}
Although ecosystem management techniques are designed to enhance species diversity in managed forests, no comprehensive study has been conducted to evaluate effects of such techniques on diversity and productivity of hypogeous fungi (truffles). During this study, truffles were collected in a 55to 65-year-old Douglas-fir forest from March 1993 through December 1995 at approximately 6-week intervals. Half of the stands served as controls, half were assigned a variable density thinning (VDT… CONTINUE READING

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