Notes: Predicting Daily Radial Growth of Chestnut Oak and Pitch Pine on a Dry Mountain Site
Abstract:Daily growth, climatic, and water status measurements were made on three chestnut oaks (Quercus prinus L.) and one pitch pine (Pinus rigida Mill.) on a dry Appalachian Mountain site in southwest Virginia. Using principal component analysis along with cluster analysis, growth and no-growth days could be correctly predicted 77 percent of the time. Forest Sci. 25:232-236.
Document Type: Miscellaneous
Affiliations: Department of Forestry and Forest Products, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
Publication date: 1979-06-01
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