Simulating cottonwood tree growth in flood plains using the LIGNUM modeling method

@inproceedings{Lu2006SimulatingCT,
  title={Simulating cottonwood tree growth in flood plains using the LIGNUM modeling method},
  author={Miaoer Lu},
  year={2006}
}
As a flood-tolerant and fast-growing species, cottonwood is a promising species in flood plain and short-rotation forestry. Understanding tree growth will provide critical assistance in flood plain forest management and forest configuration practice. Computer based tree growth simulation models provide a complementary tool for forest managers and scientists to learn the underlying tree growth mechanisms and a tree’s response to different growing environments. LIGNUM, a functional-structural… CONTINUE READING

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