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Multiple pathway succession in coastal Tsuga heterophylla, Thuja plicata and Abies amabilis forests on northeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia
(NRC Research Press, 2014) Artículo / Artikulua,
Sustainable forest practices are often designed to mimic natural disturbance and successional processes, yet succession is poorly understood in many ecosystems. On northeastern Vancouver Island, the ‘disturbance hypothesis’ ...
Survival and growth as measures of shade tolerance of planted western redcedar, western hemlock and amabilis fir seedlings in hemlock-fir forests of northern Vancouver Island
(Elsevier, 2017) Artículo / Artikulua,
We examined two measures of shade tolerance (survival and growth) of planted 1-year-old seedlings of western redcedar (Thuja plicata (Donn ex D. Don)), western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla ([Raf.] Sarg.)) and amabilis fir ...