silviculture Modeling and Mapping Oak Advance Reproduction Density Using Soil and Site Variables

@inproceedings{Kabrick2014silvicultureMA,
  title={silviculture Modeling and Mapping Oak Advance Reproduction Density Using Soil and Site Variables},
  author={John Kabrick and Jason L. Villwock and Daniel C. Dey and Tara L. Keyser and D. R. Larsen},
  year={2014}
}
Regenerating oaks (Quercus spp.) has remained a widespread and persistent problem throughout their natural range. Research shows that abundant oak advance reproduction is crucial for success. Although it is recognized that oak advance reproduction accumulation is inversely related to site quality, there has been little effort to model oak advance reproduction density as a function of measured levels of light, water, or nutrient supply. The objective of this study was to determine whether oak… CONTINUE READING

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