Deviation Capacity of Forest Trees
Mr. Hauch is a retired Danish forester who through his numerous publications and practical forestry work attained a leading position among foresters of Northern Europe. In this article he calls attention to the inherent differences between individual trees of the same species and to the advantages which come from establishing densely-stocked forest crops. His ideas and methods have found wide application in Northern Europe. During the period since the war his methods have been severely criticized, mostly on economic grounds, in European periodicals, yet the principles involved should prove of interest to American foresters.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: 1934-10-01
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