Growth Following Partial Cutting in Ponderosa Pine
Abstract:A re-analysis by up-to-date and efficient methods of data already available in files often may not only extract additional information, but may give some insight into the final conclusions that may be reached only after the passage of considerable time. Furthermore, it may often modify, substantiate, or invalidate the conclusions drawn from an earlier analysis. Finally, such an analysis may serve as the basis for the preliminary information that is always necessary to design more efficient experiments based on modern methods of analysis. This paper gives the results of the re-analysis of the growth data obtained from permanent sample plots established in 1913 in ponderosa pine to determine the effect of different degrees of cutting on the growth of the residual stand.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station
Publication date: 1939-12-01
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