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Record number 500727
Title FEM growth and yield data mixed species forest
Author(s) Bartelink, H.H.; Jansen, J.J.; Goudzwaard, L.; Lu, Huicui; Oldenburger, J.F.; Mohren, G.M.J.; Ouden, J. den
Department(s) WU Omgevingswetenschappen Stafbureau
Forest Ecology and Forest Management
Publication type Dataset
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) growth and yield - even aged mixed species forest - tree diameter - tree height - crown class - crown diameter - crown base - coordination stem positions - age - top height - dominant height - dominant diameter - monitoring - ash common beech - common oak - Douglas fir - Japanese larch - Scots pine - silver birch - sycamore - Acer pseudoplatanus - Betula pendula - Fagus sylvatica - Fraxinus excelsior - Larix kaempferi - Quercus robur - Pinus sylvestris - Pseudotsuga mensisii
Toponym The Netherlands
Abstract The current database is part of the FEM growth and yield database, a collection of growth and yield data from even-aged monocultures (douglas fir, common oak, poplar, Japanese Larch, Norway spruce, Scots pine, Corsican pine, Austrian pine, red oak and several other species with only a few plots like grand fir, even-aged mixed species forest plots, uneven-aged natural forest, uneven-aged selection forest and roadside plantations of poplar). The FEM growth and yield data base is currently supervised by Jan den Ouden and Frits Mohren.
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