The Shelterwood Method in Northeastern Forest Types: A Literature Review
The shelterwood method is used to regenerate an even-age stand under an existing partial canopy. The method is not widely used: however, it is becoming recognized as the best way for regenerating Allegheny hardwoods. The method should be applicable with most tree species of the Northeast and has good potential as an environmentally and esthetically acceptable means of practicing even-age management. Advantages, difficulties, and examples of applications are discussed. North. J. Appl. For. 5:70-77, March 1988.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Department of Forestry, School of Natural Resources, University of Vermont, Bington, VT 05405
Publication date: 1988-03-01
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