Seedling growth and water use of boreal conifers across different temperatures and near-flooded soil conditions
Abstract:To test the hypothesis that seedling growth and water use increase with soil temperature and improved soil aeration and vary with species, we evaluated the above- and below-ground growth and water use of seedlings of four northern boreal conifer species: black spruce (
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-12-01
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