Effects of restoration thinning on spatial heterogeneity in mixed-conifer forest
Abstract:Spatial pattern is an essential attribute of forest ecosystems and influences many ecological processes and functions. We hypothesized that restoration thinning conducted in fire-excluded ponderosa pine (
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Publication date: 2012-08-01
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