Spatially explicit competition in a mixed planting of Araucaria cunninghamii and Flindersia brayleyana

@article{Vanclay2013SpatiallyEC,
  title={Spatially explicit competition in a mixed planting of Araucaria cunninghamii and Flindersia brayleyana},
  author={Jerome K. Vanclay and David Lamb and Peter D. Erskine and D. H. M. Cameron},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={70},
  pages={611-619}
}
Abstract• ContextA 20-year-old Nelder wheel planted with hoop pine (Araucaria cunninghamii Aiton ex D.Don) and Queensland maple (Flindersia brayleyana F.Muell.) in 18 spokes and 8 rings represents nominal point densities of 3,580, 2,150, 1,140, 595, 305, 158, 82, and 42 stems/ha and offers an opportunity to examine competition and spatial interaction between these two species.• AimsThis study aimed to evaluate the intraspecific and interspecific competition between two contrasting tree species… CONTINUE READING

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